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Welcome to Wagonburners, a quarterly journal of peaceful Indigenous Resistance.
Each edition of Wagonburners will focus on what is arguably the most pressing issue for Indigenous activists and their associates at this time: what is going on with the environment. As we are taught as children, our relationship to earth and what we will leave for the generations that follow us should be of primary concern.
The first edition of the 'zine will address fracking, a potentially…Continue
My latest comic is out now!
Daniel Edgar Sickles was a rising political star in the United States in the years leading up to the Civil War. He had achieved both personal and professional success. He had many close and powerful friends in Washington D.C. including President James Buchanan.Continue
Yet, Sickles’ world was about to be turned…
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Hi everyone! I am a librarian in a small rural Idaho branch and I'd love to know of any zine creators that can send us their zines for our patrons, especially teens, to read. Thanks!
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IM BAAACK! Wow this is ridiculous, been two years since I last went on We Make Zines! Obviously, I haven't been making zines recently, I've been very busy with schoolwork and all that jazz, but I really want to get back into it! I'm planning on making zines about feminism, fashion, diys, everyday life and things like that. I would also like to make some more collages in the future... Seriously I dont know why Im posting all this no one really cares,but OH WELL ITS OUT THERE NOW!
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Born in Tucson, Arizona. Greg Ginn was an American guitarist, songwriter, and singer and business owner. He is best known for being the leader of and primary songwriter for the hardcore punk band Black Flag, which he founded and led from 1976 to 1986, and again in 2003. The…
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i just got invited to a huge festival in the biggest city from brazil by the pope of brazilian underground comix himself !
it is a very traditional event but this is the first time comics are included !
you are all welcome !
TRADITIONAL FOODS, ARTS & CRAFTS FESTIVAL IN POMPEIA SAO PAULO BRAZIL WITH COMICS INCLUDED ! SUNDAY MAY 18th…
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Le Hinton, poet, publisher and literary impresario, will be featured May 15 at the Almost Uptown Poetry Cartel's Poetry Thursdays, Midtown Scholar. 7pm. 1302 N 3rd St, Harrisburg, PA 17102.
His poem, "No Doubt About It (I Gotta Get Another Hat)," is included in The Best American Poetry 2014.
Le Hinton is the author of five poetry collections including The God of Our Dreams (Iris G. Press, 2010) and The Language of Moisture and Light (Iris G. Press,…Continue
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My profile was looking overrun and shabby, so I tried to tidy it up a bit. Less is more, you know?
Unless I'm on a rant in a zine, then it's a whole other story..
Here are some of the zines I have made, since forever, I know I've missed titles, but this is the majority of it.
So, other previously written zines published by me, Tasha, include..............
ISSUE #1 "How do you take it?" Theories…Continue
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i dont want to abuse your kindness but maybe you can help me with this one folks !
im a brazilian author and the brazilian cultural institute has a grant for foreign cultural institutions which host literary activities and which would benefit from the presence of Brazilian authors to promote their works at literary events as well
here are the guidelines…Continue
The officers of the American Amateur Press Association have approved an annual grant in memory of Lee Hawes which will help amateur journalists / zinemakers in need of financial assistance to publish their zines and journals. The AAPA Lee Hawes Personal Journalism Grant will award up to $150 to help an amateur journalist to get their journal or zine into print.
In recent years, the cost of materials and maintaining a press has soared, and even desktop printing and…Continue
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Some random stuff that I like or is influential on my sound (if I have one):…Continue
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