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In the last week of January the book Loupy - The Great Escape will be launched. This first…Continue
Added by Kajoh Karamba on January 26, 2015 at 6:00am — No Comments
I haven't made a lot of zines yet but I'm getting in to it more and more lately. And I feel a small zine revival comming in my community!
You can find the zines I made (sometimes in collaboration. on http://ditchzine.noblogs.org.
PS If anyone can tell me how to add an "about" section on the top of my page, please tell me ;)!
Added by Stella Pas on January 25, 2015 at 5:17pm — No Comments
SPACE AGE ASH TRAY #1
The easiest way to describe this zine is that it’s similar to VH1’s old I Love The 70’s/80’s/90’s/etc., only without the smarminess amidst the cultural deconstruction and this covers the 60’s and 70’s…..and I’m not a celebrity. This is just a collection of notes and artwork covering the era I grew up in but too young to remember.
This first issue covers by background and why I’m rehashing it, a photo essay on apartment signage and ‘tiki’ in my hometown…
Added by Don-O on January 24, 2015 at 12:49pm — No Comments
Added by Tom Hendricks on January 22, 2015 at 11:20am — No Comments
We are collecting donations for the ALA Annual Conference Zine Pavilion in June, in San Francisco. In the past, we've had a backstock of zines from weeded collections/ donations, etc. This year, except with a little stipend from ALA, we are struggling to gather zines for the exhibit and then raffle donation. So essentially, we would like to have zines! Zines collected…
Added by Tom Hendricks on January 19, 2015 at 9:24am — No Comments
Added by Antiquated Future on January 19, 2015 at 2:51am — No Comments
Added by Shophia Sherwood on January 18, 2015 at 2:51pm — No Comments
daily life seems dull...regular body processes seem tedious.Continue
So yeah, the seventh issue of 'Larry' is DONE, and it's A5, 32 pages long, photocopied in black and white, and hand-tied with string and wrapped with a cartridge-paper cover with a lil' window cut out. This one has writings on school reunions, learning to drive, seasons in the UK, funeral songs, and a bunch of other stuff with accompanying illustrations. This one has a run of 35 copies that are up for trading. Photos are up on my…Continue
Keepin’ The Ape Drape Alive:
Starting 1980 outta Huntington Beach, CA is The Vandals! One of the most recognizable bands in punk. They are survivors of the 1980’s hard core scene who managed to stay punk and not just give up, even after the exit of founding vocalist Stevo Jensen. Along with being a legendary band, they also appeared in the punk rock favorite…Continue
My first issue is out on the town!
Now I am in desperate need of contributors!
Please send me some art, poetry, music reviews, photographs, short stories, etc!
My second issue is going to focus on police brutality.
If you have any related opinions, art, stories, etc, WE ARE HUNGRY FOR THEM!
Added by Tom Hendricks on January 6, 2015 at 9:51am — No Comments
reckless satire vs. observational humour vs. edgy realism. feedback appreciated. stay ziney.
I wrote a zine based on my work in a psychiatric hospital. It is a three-person play (sort-of). It features one older patient counseling two younger patients as they navigate the mental health world, so to speak. It's a large file with some artwork copied from the web. It's 7.6 MB.
I am not sure where to send it. Any suggestions out there? I would just like other people to read it or use it on their psychiatric…Continue
I'm giving this zine thing a try. So far, I've made two small zines, private editions, one for my husband, and one for myself. I feel exhilarated at the relative ease and success of my two attempts, but I also feel anxious and pressured to make something I'll actually be able/willing to trade with others.
That work is in progress, but it might take a while to distill the thoughts that have been buzzing around in my head for I don't know how long. It's frustrating to have to wait...…Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on January 3, 2015 at 7:43pm — No Comments