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This one is from my partner, Annie, who doesn't have a We Make Zines account...…Continue
Added by Tim Nicholas on May 12, 2015 at 12:59pm — No Comments
Hot off the press! Shelf Life #2 continues our chronicles in used book hunting where #1 left off. Lots of original photographs and illustrations.…Continue
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So I'm preparing writings for a perzine and I was just wondering, what makes a perzine? The one I'm making is composed of ranting posts and random thoughts (like taking a shower thoughts) on Tumblr. Some are long and some are like two or four sentences long. But when I write stuff, it's like a journal, but I often question myself. I often wonder if my memory is right or if I misinterpreted something. What's an ideal length for a perzine? What if it's too personal? I often feel like I'm…Continue
So I made the basic layout outline and the fill-in for issue 1, like, months ago. ISE/IDC is a Music/I guess Political zine that focuses on ALL music that is, in my opinion, worth listening to, not restricted by genre, and then my rants on problems going on in the world. Some local, some... not, I guess.
So in between the musical part and the political part, there are 2 pages that only serve as transition. One page is completed, but I have no clue for the second one. I can't figure…Continue
HEY ALL! My first even zine was made for my feminist media class and is called CRUST. it focuses on women in pop culture, music, tv, and art.Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on May 5, 2015 at 10:08am — No Comments
Hey! I run this distro. Maybe you wanna help me clear out my stock? If you run a distro or library, please message me! Everything is 50% off.
Added by Mae on May 3, 2015 at 2:00pm — No Comments
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California’s Central Valley was once considered the methamphetamine capitol of the world. This made growing up in Modesto interesting as cookers and users were everywhere. Your boss, co-workers, landlord, next door neighbor, etc. were all equally likely to be involved with the substance in one way or another. Although I'm not sure of our current status in the drug monopoly, in the 1990's Modesto, Sacramento and San Diego all shared the "Meth Capitol" moniker. It's uncertain which city was…Continue
Added by Energy Dome on May 3, 2015 at 10:07am — No Comments
Not done yet, but Issue 3 will contain the following:
La Santisma Muerte (the Most Holy Death)
Dolls that Play with Humans
The Highgate Vampire: Finding Loopholes in Vampire Bites
The Religious/Spiritual Significance of Abandoned Buildings
A Letter of Comment
Zine, Music, Book Reviews and other Contacts
Added by Arcane Angles Zine on May 2, 2015 at 11:46pm — No Comments
Today, as I was leaving for work, a funny smell hit me as I walked out the door. A rot of some sort. I pinched my face and went about my morning.
They moved in down the hall about two months ago. Like a summer storm, their fights were shrouded shouts that exploded and then went away.
What I like about living here is that people don’t get in your business. We coexist. Don’t get me wrong, the people who live here will say Hi to each other once in a while but the language and skin…Continue
Added by Energy Dome on April 29, 2015 at 4:23am — No Comments
Welcome, and thanks for reading or glancing even as you move onto a different paige to waist some time.
Im new to writing, as well as making my Zine..
If your interested in trading email me your address at firstname.lastname@example.org
My Zine will be about my life as well as others, with exclusive interviews with Graffiti Artists as well as other Artists like my self.
If you would like an interview and have 6-10 pics of Art (Finished) or st.Art shoot me an email and I…Continue
Added by Seth Daniel Sikma on April 28, 2015 at 6:09pm — No Comments
Issue number 4 of happy toast zine is up on etsy also willing to trade just hit me up :)Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on April 27, 2015 at 8:05am — No Comments
wrangling with the concept of abandoned buildings, altered states, the spiritual/religious significance of space and decaying structures
Added by Arcane Angles Zine on April 27, 2015 at 12:22am — No Comments
when the slack get's going... the slack really gets going!
righteo - wee update time methinks!
2013-2014 was two years of zine action a go-go-go.
another zine fair was had. lot's and lot's of zine workshops was had. organised a few discussions, and even contributed to discussions held by others! the collective i'm part of secured funding for a zine vending machine - which is still up and running... seriously its was zine action a go-go and when you think that i (and the…Continue
Added by nat on April 26, 2015 at 8:47pm — No Comments
I dont really work 9-5 I work 3-11:30 and sometimes I continue to work when I get home or even wake up. Straight to the drawing board. Looking for me pencils and paper, distressed yet calm of what actually to jot down as a quick doodle or a fine piece of Art.
Continuing with my day I ponder if I should actually call the agency and at least see if they do have work.
Work, work, work, work for pay or play work. Works work kills you, or the stuff that doesn't pay you enjoy to do.…Continue
Added by Seth Daniel Sikma on April 26, 2015 at 3:56pm — No Comments
I’m putting together a poncho-come-zine-library this summer that I’m gonna tour around some of the UK’s more generic-lit-fests to advocate DIY-publishing as a method of getting aspiring authors/writers/artists/whatevers to get their work out into the physical public domain and away from the ocean that is the internet. In the face of major publishers and profiteers, I hope to champion creativity and expressionism as a reason to distribute your work, rather than for the…Continue
Added by Irreverent Ink on April 26, 2015 at 3:41pm — No Comments