Keep On Dronin' & Other Comix is a comic book of humorous and dramatic short stories now on sale on Etsy:
If you happen to be in… Continue
Added by Cameron Lee on October 8, 2015 at 5:30am —
“Paws Up!” is a brand new zine that focuses on all things cats: the human connection with them, how great they are, how much they sleep, that cute little thing they do that you’re convinced no other cat ever does, and everything else embodying why cats are so great.
- I am currently accepting submissions that include: visual arts (monochrome preferred), non-fiction, flash fiction (1,000 words or less), photographs, memoirs, poems, comics, any other…
Added by Shannon Horte on July 13, 2015 at 8:41pm —
Brand new zine ready to trade. Writer, Interrupted brings you a mixture of poetry and flash fiction. Looking for similar to trade with. Email me: email@example.com / Twitter: @misstezaa. … Continue
Added by Terri-ann on November 28, 2014 at 3:21pm —
celestial nightmare volume one
in it, you will find -…
Added by Zelda on April 18, 2014 at 8:00pm —
The always-wonderful I Love Bad Movies is back with a new issue!
"A fantastic new issue of I Love Bad Movies, the movie review zine that is as hilarious as it is well-written and… Continue
Added by Antiquated Future on June 25, 2012 at 5:40pm —
Tomas Moniz's 12 part serialized zine novella is now complete! We just got the three newest issues and they are awesome. Really ambitious zine project and we're totally proud of him.…
Added by Antiquated Future on March 19, 2012 at 5:44pm —
Released at the 2012 Chicago Zine Fest A split zine with Brainscan #29 and no More Coffee #4
Brainscan #29 - Ben Spies (no more coffee zine) threw out the challenge of fiction to my land of perzines and this is the grim result. These three short stories… Continue
Added by Alex Wrekk on March 19, 2012 at 10:28am —
Associate Fiction Editor – Broken Pencil: the magazine of zine culture and the independent arts
Broken Pencil is now accepting applications for the position of Associate Fiction Editor. Continue
This is a volunteer position. It is an ongoing position performed on a part-time basis. Bi-weekly meetings in downtown Toronto…
Added by Hal Niedzviecki on December 12, 2011 at 9:21am —
Today I am sharing part two of The Observer, my serial science fiction story. Two weeks ago, I introduced Taligunge, the alien observer who comes to Earth, and in this second part, she continues on just that journey. If you haven't read part one, I highly recommend you check it out right here. And, as always, feel free to let me know what… Continue
Added by Jordan A. on June 22, 2011 at 8:00am —
I have been experimenting with short fiction this week, or at least scenes that tell a standalone story; I have written about everything from aliens (as part of my new serial fiction, The Observer
) to time travelers, allergies, and South Asian lovers. Check out what I've been writing (and knitting in between keyboard marathons) after the jump! …
Added by Jordan A. on June 9, 2011 at 11:30am —
Drumroll, please! Today, I am introducing first installment of my serial science fiction project, The Observer. As a writer, I have gravitated mostly towards science fiction in the past, and wanted to re-visit my love for it through producing content regularly. So, this serial fiction is coming to you in parts, just like your favorite… Continue
Added by Jordan A. on June 7, 2011 at 11:30am —
My Creative Every Day hopes this week were somewhat diminished as I found that I had a lot of ideas, but nowhere to go with them - thus, next week's goal will be implementing those ideas and seeing how it all turns out. The pictures this week reflect my new sweaterdress project at different stages of its completion, my urge to draw bears, and some design changes to The Cowation logo in order to fit with the Facebook parameters - speaking of which, you… Continue
Added by Jordan A. on June 2, 2011 at 1:30pm —
Forgot to mention this: the first six issues of Without Words & Without Kneeling have been compiled into one giant awesome zine! It's great. As far as what it is, it's like this...
"Tomas Moniz (Rad Dad creator and editor) has been doing something unprecedented of late- a serialized novella in zine form. Not your standard zine fare. It's a story unveiled… Continue
Added by Antiquated Future on May 2, 2011 at 10:33am —
On Lives Press
is pleased to announce the release of You Can Finish This Later
You Can Finish This Later
is an illustrated chapbook of short fiction. Mike Parish penned the stories and Dan Tarnowski drew the drawings. Dug up from deep holes in the backyards of their minds, the collection considers the things we leave behind and the changes we learn to accept,… Continue
Added by On Lives on September 23, 2010 at 12:10pm —
Yes, that is correct. The Silk City Series
is now a book, being published by Knickerbocker Circus Publishing, a small press out of Astoria, NY.
It's a collection of stories about the everyday lives of working-class people in the city of Paterson, New Jersey. The book has already garnered praise from publications such as Maximum Rock n Roll Magazine, who said "...the presentation is very beautiful and put together with an eye for the antique, forgotten, miserable and… Continue
Added by Eric Nelson on January 29, 2010 at 2:00pm —
Seeking submissions for first quarterly edition of H.O.P.E. Looking for poetry, short fiction, original artwork, cartoons, and more for new Zine on mental illness. Submissions taken on rolling basis. Artists don't need to have a diagnosed mental illness to submit, just an interest in mental wellness. Will take anonymous submissions and/or pen names.
Added by Erin L George on October 13, 2009 at 11:22pm —
New BETRAYED blog post is out.
I'm on my ownsome this time - camerads will be back next week. Planning for Balmer DIY Fest, exciting. I think I did a good job holding up the fort on my own. Swinging next week back to horrifying, this week's a little more lighthearted, because I'm coming out of grief. A friend of mine died. Got to write funny stuff to make myself feel better.
Hope you all are… Continue
Added by betrayedzine on April 5, 2009 at 6:09pm —