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I am hungry, wishing I had some money to order some food, and got to thinking about Happy's Pizza.
If you've never heard of them, they originated in Detroit and serve pizza…Continue
Added by Mike Nobody on January 24, 2014 at 8:30pm — No Comments
back from hiatus, a new edition of The Itinerant Postcard #2. a 24-page 1/4-sized perzine that contains illustrations by Edward Gorey & my thoughts on Pinay identity, language, race, & food. $1 or trade.…Continue
Added by Chrysothème A. on April 20, 2013 at 8:00am — No Comments
The first issue is ready to be shipped out! Please order before they run out ^_^
What I bring to you is a collection of my favorite ways to keep warm and happy during this freak storm of a Windy City called Chicago. I’ve also got some folks from We Make Zines to share their stories of Winter madness. My friend, Jetta Vegas, shares her ways of keeping cozy in Seattle. When I am stuck in the house all day, music is one of the biggest things to cheer me up, so I asked my friends in The…
Added by Melissa Ann Manfredi on March 1, 2012 at 8:11pm — No Comments
last month's debut issue of NB sold out inside of a week which was rad - perhaps some of you liked it enough to keep going? This issue is all about pizza (well, half of it - 30 pages or so while the rest are regular features carrying over each issue). Last issue was the first and the layout was a bit simpler - as per the suggestion of a couple of great folks, there have been some variations in fonts and layout in order to break the reading experience up a bit! As was the case with the last…Continue
Added by Kriss Stress on February 24, 2012 at 11:46pm — No Comments
I've finally got some freshly pressed copies of my new 'zine Notes and Bolts. While I know this won't be most everyone's thing, I know there are a few of you who may enjoy it. $5 ppd gets it to yr mailbox by the end of the coming week!
Here's the synopsis being used to sell the thing:"Notes and Bolts is a small press publication devoted to exploring the disparate avenues where art, music and food co-exist in varying ways. Issue 1 features 60 pages of…
Added by Kriss Stress on January 29, 2012 at 2:30am — No Comments
Following on from part one and what events I attended as part of International Zine Month here in Auckland.
Hands On Poetry
I used to write various poems when I was a lot younger (even won a couple of contests at school with those poems) but haven't written any since then.
The Hands On Poetry was an event focusing on poetry zines and National Poetry Day. The launch of self-published poetry anthology Hands Like Mirrors was the…Continue
Added by Kirsty Win on August 15, 2011 at 4:30am — No Comments
I've got an upcoming deadline to write a cookzine review article for LibraryJournal. I've got a couple, but I'm looking for a few more.
• Currently available
• Real zines, not cookbooks that started as zines
• Pretty much any style as long as it's about food and has recipes.
• Diversity! I'd love to see POC cookzines, queer cookzines, and non-vegan cookzines in addition to the awesome vegan and…Continue
Added by Milo on August 11, 2011 at 2:30pm — No Comments
I live in Vancouver BC and I'm new-ish to the zine game. I am here because my hermit impulse is to photocopy a dozen of whatever I got going and then retreat back to the darkness, fondling my toner-smelly pages and giggling with satisfaction while eating a victory dinner of peanut butter toast and getting crumbs all over everything.
But it occurs to me that zines are best shared, not used as coasters, toast-holders, or spider-whackers.
So it would be good to…Continue
Added by Danielle Patrick on April 9, 2011 at 1:00am — No Comments
Added by Lora on February 2, 2010 at 10:27am — No Comments
Do you talk about your fetish for cupcakes or your undying devotion to large pots of soup?