The Master Of Disaster Adds Another Chapter To His Skate Punk Book Of Horrors!
I’m sorry to announce this about a friend and hero of mine, Skateboarding and punk rock legend Duane Peters has come under the gun again in what looks to be yet another tragic chapter in Duane’s life. Last Friday the 7th of February, Duane Peters committed career suicide, which now we hear, may end up with time spent in state prison for felony domestic… Continue
Added by The-Zineiac on May 17, 2014 at 7:54pm —
With 21,000 copies of the book in print through 4 editions, Stolen Sharpie Revolution has been the go-to resource for zines and zine culture since 2002. However, Stolen Sharpie Revolution is currently out of print. I’m about to launch a Kickstarter campaign to fund a 5th edition… Continue
Added by Alex Wrekk on January 15, 2014 at 6:00pm —
Yayyy! LA Zine Fest shared my 2014 exhibitor interview!
This thing's gonna be great. You should go.
Added by Kari Tervo on November 28, 2013 at 2:05am —
On December 21st, 2012 it is said to be the end of the beginning... or is it the beginning of the end?!
Whatever you think, whatever you feel..
ON DECEMBER 21ST : Write something or draw something from whatever emotion has captured your attention -if this literally is our… Continue
Added by zoe blaq on December 8, 2012 at 3:31pm —
I recently interviewed Thena, from,"Catapult Art Magazine" and it inspired me to open up "Words Of Art" zine to let people submit for free. Some starving artists really deserve the attention! April 1st, is the annual deadline (April Fools Day.)
Added by Holly berry on May 9, 2012 at 7:30pm —
Two weeks ago, the Dutch indie-rapper Macronizm asked me to join him for a show in Berlin. I translated some of my poems and made a mini-zine out of one of them. I had short of two days to complete it.
The zine contains the poem 'Die Kolchose'. I made 100 minizines, all numbered and stamped and packed in a neat little envelope, which I left at all kinds of places in Berlin.… Continue
Added by Dennis Gaens on July 26, 2011 at 3:19am —
Just realized there's a long list of things about to go out of print and/or out of stock and maybe a little 'last chance warning' was in order. There were so many I forewent the descriptions and just provided links, please forgive my haste.
7 Minutes in Heaven… Continue
Added by Antiquated Future on April 8, 2011 at 1:00am —
In addition to my zine Triumph I'm wanting to put together a comic but I'm not too confident in doing so having not done one before. Having been inspired and encouraged by a couple of very creative artists last year, I'm going to set myself a challenge for 2011 and put together a comic about a group of evil do-gooders. The only trouble is though, like any New Year's resolutions they get harder to keep as the year progresses so I'm setting up a League of Evilness newsletter which I will… Continue
Added by Jez Whitworth on January 3, 2011 at 2:29pm —
Full of Crow
is an excellent new online literary magazine of poetry, fiction, art and reviews, created by Lynn Alexander and Aleathia Drehmer. Lynn also runs the very cool social networking site The Sphere
. I'm really proud to have my zines discussed on Full of Crow.
Bolshevik, Worker, Revenant: Absent Cause
"I’m not even sure how I started reading… Continue
Added by redguard on July 22, 2009 at 12:05pm —
Many zinesters don't know that there is a zine hall of fame.
Check it out at
Added by Tom Hendricks on July 15, 2009 at 9:18am —
Hullo, We Make Zines.
In the mid 90s a few pals and I ran a zine from where we lived in the Scottish Borders, named Sun Zoom Spark
(after a Captain Beefheart song). We ended up getting it distributed throughout the uk. It was full of absurdist humour, trashy artwork and photography, bizarre stories, stuff about female sexuality + interviews with old time punkers like The Ramones & Jonathan Richman, the up 'n' coming Brit… Continue
Added by rogerSIMIAN on June 8, 2009 at 7:06pm —
You know, I've become really interested in the idea that, in general, the ultimate destination for art is documentation in a book or video. To start the ball rolling in my own practice I decided to convert the Machine… Continue
Added by matt w on May 20, 2009 at 10:31am —
I love starting things. I am a chronic beginner. Mostly this is restricted to my reading materials - I'd say at least 50% of the books on my shelf are half finished, or just started, or even almost entirely read but for some reason discarded a few chapters from the end. Zines are pretty great because the time it takes to read them is usually shorter than the time it takes for me to get sick of reading them or become interested in something else. It's a symptom of my generation: me and all the… Continue
Added by Bastian Fox Phelan on April 28, 2009 at 2:48am —
I have now been delging into the new world of zine-making for a good couple of months now, but my very first Zine Fair was the Wollongong City Gallery Zine Fair, held last weekend in the Grand Legal Ballroom..er, room of Wollongong Art Gallery.
It is very possible that the room that the Zine Fair was held in is not called The Grand Legal Ballroom room...but it should be. It has very nice polished wooden floors, suitable for some good ol' pointed toes, and then strangely it has some… Continue
Added by Cookie. on April 9, 2009 at 8:15am —
The garage has been cleared out and the murals spray painted. It's a lovely day. I've been keeping myself busy with library stuff, and completely forgot about my school obligations! I need to work on my time management skills. With the murals done, all that is left now are the donations and the materials to build the shelves with. The library should be open in a month or two depending on how smoothly everything goes. I might need someone to volunteer during lending hours also, if that is… Continue
Added by Mimi on March 5, 2009 at 1:30am —