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I made some mini zines as valentines this year! Love letters one is a mushy little collage zine. Love letters two is more on the sad aspects of love and relationships. I've been sending them out in pairs! If you'd like on let me know and I'd love to send one to you. You and read more about it on my other blog HERE.
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Pop life a mini zine/ comic is out for trade. A 16 page comic done in black and white from one sheet of paper. Pop Life is about a pop corn kernal finding out hes not alone on a movie theater floor. Hand drawn and a fun read.
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It has been years. Years of thinking, accumulating, mailing, writing, and drafting. But I have finally made some clear decisions about "my writing project," as I've been calling it. I have had a novel and a chapbook published in the traditional way: submission, acceptance, editing, promotion. But I've been wanting to do…Continue
Added by Theresa Williams on May 19, 2013 at 12:13pm — No Comments
Hearts is a 16-page, 1/8-sized one-shot mini fanzine, a sort of prose poem love letter inspired by images on the website weheartit.com. 50 cents or a stamp or trade…Continue
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Introducing Stranger Two Stranger Volume 4!!!
Volume 4 of my mini comic illustrating Craigslist's missed connections from the cities of Detroit, Chicago, New York and San Francisco is available now! This volume contains 14 stories and I consider it the best one to date.
Head over to…Continue
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Gordie Page, 28, vanished from his bedroom at a foster care home in Grand Rapids, Michigan on the night of May 27, 1991. Page left no clues as to where he was going or why he left the home. He was not carrying any identification or cash when he left. The case remains…Continue
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The third volume of my comic Stranger Two Stranger was reviewed by Justin Giampaoli on his blog thirteenminutes.blogspot.com.
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For those of you who haven’t been…
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Stranger Two Stranger Volume 3
The third volume of my mini comic comprised of illustrations and stories of real Craigslist missed connections from the cities of Detroit, Chicago, New York and San Francisco.
You can purchase it…Continue
Two new reviews by by Justin Giampaoli at the Poopsheet Foundation for the first two volumes of my mini comic Stranger Two Stranger, which illustrates Craigslist missed connections from Detroit, New York, Chicago, and San Francisco.
Here’s a snippet from the review for Volume 1:…
Added by stranger two stranger on January 9, 2012 at 10:36pm — No Comments
Mini Zine with Mini Register for trade or sale.
On sale on Etsy here: http://www.etsy.com/listing/79983997/pay-attn-mini-zine-and-mini-register
Or SASE with stamp or trade
to: Foxy, P.O.Box 567, Kingston, NH 03848
Added by Foxy Moron on August 17, 2011 at 7:42pm — No Comments
I just release a new comic, Ninja Star #1, that was done for the Mini Zine Folks Swap #3. 22 pgs, 3 1/2" X 4".
I'd love to trade it for other mini comics/zines. If you just want to buy one, send me a message.…Continue
Added by Jethrobot Press on May 21, 2011 at 2:57pm — No Comments
Introducing my latest project!
A sixteen page mini comic featuring stories of missed connections found on Craigslist from the cities of Detroit, Chicago, New York and San Francisco.
If you enjoy reading tales of people’s real life…Continue
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