"Tamagotchi: So Cute, So Controversial" - $1 (This one-off briefly explores the controversies surrounding Tamagotchi with regard to death and sexuality. Handwritten/typed, a balance of text and images. Quarter-size, 8 pages.)
"Sugar-Coated Satan Sandwich" issues 1+2 - $2 ea; issue 3 - $4. (This quarterly zine features collage and drawing, tending to the absurd/surreal and often poking fun at religion. Please be aware that my work comes from an… Continue
Added by Theo Darling on May 28, 2014 at 11:30pm —
Call for Submissions: Continue
Us Amazonians - A Kirsty MacColl fanzine
Happy Christmas yer arse! I'm looking for essays, non-fiction stories, and artwork about Kirsty MacColl and your experiences with her music. It could be the first time you heard one of her songs, or how her backing vocals on that one Smiths track captured your heart. Maybe her lyrics spoke to you in a certain way, or she was the soundtrack to a memorable night.
• Articles should be 300-1000 words
Added by Milo on June 18, 2013 at 9:25am —
I'm pretty excited because the OOAK Gallery just has it's first zine contribution arrive today: Best Dream Ever, a mini-comic by Don Picton. I don't have pictures of it up yet and I should be putting it up for sale in the distro before a few days.
I had approached Don Picton, the maker of Best Dream Ever, about selling a few in my distro because it was perfect. The comix itself is a little larger than the size of my hand and, well, the OOAK Gallery specializes in small… Continue
Added by Katrina Joyner on May 24, 2013 at 4:30pm —
Dear Potential Readers and Contributors, Continue
I have been tinkering with the idea of starting a literary rag for all of the poets out there that don't quite fit into the mainstream mold. So, I've finally gone and done it. This magazine is about expressing yourself. We do not restrict our publication to the confines of traditional poetry. If you write about drunken nights out, remembered or imagined, we want to see it. If you write about how society…
Added by Jessica Gleason on June 25, 2012 at 2:43am —
Just a Bit Radical is a GLBTQ magazine featuring artwork, photography, and articles on topics such as: Advocacy, sex, gender identity, stereotypes, body modification, GLBTQ youth in mainstream media, and more!…
Added by Kiran/Catherine Oliver on February 23, 2012 at 9:42am —
Better, drawn is a new place for people to share stories about long-term and chronic mental and physical illnesses, told in the form of short comics. The site is a way for people to share experiences that might otherwise be difficult to talk about openly. In fact, we think that sometimes things can be said better when they’re drawn; hopefully, these comics might help some people… Continue
Added by Simon Moreton on July 28, 2011 at 7:47am —
Good for nothing is an observation of the world, expressed through fiction and other works of art. The goal of good for nothing is to offer an alternative, honest world view that will remain precious to the reader. It is published in the Isle of Man in the UK. It will be a quarterly zine - each issue touching upon a different topic.
Our debut issue is due out in October and will be distributed around the Isle of Man and also to various locations… Continue
Added by Good for Nothing Zine on June 28, 2011 at 12:30pm —
Asheville BookWorks Gallery is putting together a zine show for the this summer, May through June. Zines can be mailed to:
Attn: Zine Show
428 1/2 Haywood Rd.
Asheville, NC 28806
Please mail in entries by April 26th and send with a return envelope with postage if you would like to get your zine back after the show. If no return postage is included, we'll add… Continue
Added by Jessica C. White on March 21, 2011 at 7:04pm —
Added by Human Artist Vending Machine LTD on March 18, 2011 at 10:22am —
So my first big zine was Asexual Feminism Issue #1, which contained personal essays written by feminists who identify as asexual (asexual = one who does not experience sexual attraction, by the way), on the topic of how asexuality and feminism are related or intersect in their lives...
The next issue should be coming out around December and I'm taking submissions from anyone (in or outside of the US, which is where I reside) who identifies as a feminist and is: asexual,… Continue
Added by Mage on September 19, 2010 at 10:18pm —
i had an idea at work the other day that me and carl should make a little horror themed art zine for halloween etc & to celebrate vampire sushi’s
1ST BIRTHDAY. and then i thought “why keep the fun all to ourselves, WE
SHOULD MAKE IT A COMPILATION ZINE!”
so yes, we are looking for submissions! drawings, photographs, collages, embroidery, anything! also considering horror stories and reviews of horror films! the zine will…
Added by tukru perkele on September 3, 2010 at 5:49am —
i had an idea at work the other day that me and carl should make a little horror themed art zine for halloween etc & to celebrate vampire sushi's 1ST BIRTHDAY. and then i thought "why keep the fun all to ourselves, WE SHOULD MAKE IT A COMPILATION ZINE!"
so yes, we are looking for submissions! drawings, photographs, collages, embroidery, anything! also considering horror stories and reviews of horror films! the zine will be quarter size / a6 but your piece doesn't have to be that… Continue
Added by VAMPIRE SUSHI DISTRO on September 3, 2010 at 5:30am —
the deadline has been extended! yay! send me stuff!
Go to house shows? Play house shows? Host house shows? Participate in the DIY music scene?
Submit to Basements and Living Rooms: Stories of House Shows and DIY Music!
Share your stories and experiences with DIY music! This zine will focus on house shows but isn't necessarily exclusive to houses. I'm looking for writings, photos, artwork and whatever else you can think of about going to house shows, playing house… Continue
Added by Shannon on July 29, 2010 at 12:00pm —
i have a few different zine grab bags for sale on etsy...http://mrsnoggle.etsy.com
this is a grab bag of 10 zines (2 or 3 full size, 4-7 half size &
few mini zines & a couple of old catalogs!)
a wide variety… Continue
Added by jolie nunez-noggle on June 21, 2010 at 9:00am —
A couple of my Junk Drawer zines are currently in an art exhibit about mass consumption and the environment. It's taking place at AE Studios LIC, in Queens, New York. If you can't make it to the show, you can still see most of the artwork on the site for Art for Global Justice, which is the group that organized it:http://www.artforglobaljustice.org/exhibits/excess/excess.html
Added by Eric Bartholomew on April 19, 2010 at 10:33pm —
Venus in Scorpio : A Poetry Zine
accepting submissions for summer 2010 debut edition.
Venus in Scorpio
is a 24 page (give or take a few pgs.,
depending on the # and length of included poems) print literary zine out
of Hollywood Ca. We are now accepting original poems, drawings and
photos for our first issue.
We can’t pay $$, but if your work is
published you’ll get 2 free copies of the… Continue
Added by Jade Blackmore on March 21, 2010 at 10:37pm —
32 pages of Joe Strummer/The Clash inspired content, printed with environmentally friendly inks on recycled paper by the wonderful people of Footprint Workers Co-Operative, Leeds.
my personal tribute to the Hammersmith Palais &… Continue
Added by Jenna Appleseed on February 14, 2010 at 11:30pm —
I'm going to be putting together a zine in the next few months about the affects of sexism on men. My idea of feminism revolves around duality and equality and you can't fix one side without looking at the other, and I feel this is something that is very poorly represented in the feminist community, and outside it. There is as strong an influence on men to dress/act/think a certain way as much as there is on women and people seem to forget this and blame the men… Continue
Added by Adrian Fynch on September 29, 2009 at 2:37pm —
You can now buy from the Lola distro online with paypal!
I'm gradually adding on more stock over the weekend so keep checking it out!
This is also our new special website where you can find info, listings, news, pics and the distro, hurrah!
NEWST ARRIVAL: Shotgun Seamstress issue 3
Added by Em Ledger on March 6, 2009 at 3:24am —