hey Zinesters and readers! Long time no post eh? Well I actually have a good excuse for that....
Well lets see, been working on the zine when able but also moving has had quite the crimp on my work ethic lately...But fear not, I am still shooting for a late Nov. release for issue one of HOLES. looks like it'll be around 8 to 12 page issue for now of the cut n paste 80's style along with free digital copies both for download and cd formats for local peeps around my area (and a… Continue
Added by catherine Rage on November 8, 2013 at 12:00pm —
I am interested in starting a new art zine. I am looking for submissions surrounding the theme, “Stuttering.” I am inviting anyone who is interested to creatively express your perceptions, experiences, stories, emotions, or information about stuttering through writing and visual art. I am seeking written material including narrative accounts, poems, and stories; as well as drawings, photography, collage, or any other creative means in which you would like to share your experiences, emotional… Continue
Added by Tomisho on October 4, 2013 at 9:30pm —
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…
Added by Chrysothème A. on April 11, 2013 at 1:06am —
back on Etsy after a bit of hiatus, The Itinerant Postcard is a 24-page 1/4-sized perzine with illustrations by Edward Gorey & prose & poetry written by me. includes thoughts on cultural appropriation, poetry about the magnificent Marchesa Luisa Casati, & a prose piece dealing with my mental health. … Continue
Added by Chrysothème A. on April 11, 2013 at 12:30am —
Stumptown Underground, Issue #22: Science and Sci-Fi
Can you imgagine a world where andriods are running for president? Or have you been dying to illustrate a comic…
Added by Stumptown Underground on April 19, 2012 at 1:49pm —
This weekend is a rare beast - I actually have it off.
Tomorrow (Saturday) I will be taking part in the 24 Hour Zine Thing event that Tangleball in Auckland is hosting. From noon Saturday til noon Sunday I will be taking part in an event of concentrated creativity.
It is the first time I have done the 24 Hour Zine Challenge, I have done NaNoWriMo and the like before - a month of writing madness but I have never done a full on challenge in such a short space of time.
I am… Continue
Added by Kirsty Win on July 8, 2011 at 4:26am —
This week's round-up is a bit late because I just arrived back from a retreat with the Washington Bus, but it is here nonetheless! I did some exploration this week by way of photography and, when indoors, did some writing and drawing on my Wacom tablet. I will learn you yet, Wacom!…
Added by Jordan A. on June 23, 2011 at 6:47pm —
I used to stay up late, tapping away at my computer keyboard or reading a book when I should of turned the lights out hours ago.
Getting older I try to get to bed at a reasonable hour, especially if I am working the next morning. While I could stay up as late as I wanted to (being an adult does have its advantages) I find I have lost my night owl tendancies.
However when I am inspired, that is a whole other story. There have been instances where an idea has struck me… Continue
Added by Kirsty Win on June 16, 2011 at 8:29am —
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 —
Hi all, today's post is about blogging
, media, and the freelance market. Since it was pretty long in typewritten format, I decided to record it; listen up, and then leave me a comment about what you think!
(The transcript is available below, and it includes links to some things I mention)
[EDIT: The audio player does not seem to be…
Added by Jordan A. on June 8, 2011 at 10:30am —
This weekend, I had the pleasure of attending an all-day set of writing workshops at Richard Hugo House in Seattle. Since I have been learning to beat writer's block
, this day was a necessary shock to my system - an entire day of learning, writing, and revising is just what I needed! And, because I believe in the power of sharing, I thought I would disclose…
Added by Jordan A. on June 6, 2011 at 11:04am —
As I was trying to rouse myself from a literary stupor this week, I searched around the internet for some inspiration
to fill myself up until I could no longer stand the feeling of not writing. One of the articles that I came across that most inspired me was The Rumpus
Added by Jordan A. on June 3, 2011 at 1:18pm —
I made my first zine (and so far the only perzine I have ever finished) back in 2002. I was about 16/17 and was very proud of it even though I rushed to get it finished in time for a concert.
The last zine I made was back in 2005/2006 (I can't remember which year exactly).
With 2011: The Revenge of Print I was all set with enthusiasm and ideas to do zines this year.
I have various bits of paper around with what I wanted to have in issue two of On A Sugar High. Skipping… Continue
Added by Kirsty Win on June 2, 2011 at 7:07pm —
So I've been reading zines and had it in my head that I wanted to make one for years. And today I finally sat down and started to do it. I had my glue stick. I had all the stuff I had written and wanted to include.
Then I freaked out. I got scared that I would mess it up and it would turn out horrible. Finally I got over myself and started making it, but I am scared that it won't be good.
Will someone reassure me that it doesn't have to be perfect? What was your first zine… Continue
Added by Becky the Evil Flower on July 22, 2010 at 7:52pm —
When a Stranger Calls a Friend of a Friend
International illustrators and drawing artists are encouraged to apply to When a Stranger Calls a Friend of a Friend: a visual survey of cross-cultural parallels in contemporary legend and the performance, transmission, form and function of modern… Continue
Added by Ryan Ringer on May 4, 2010 at 2:30pm —
... that's some writings i posted if you care to glance at any of it =)
... ali wings thinks things ^
Added by Ali Wings on March 3, 2010 at 7:11pm —
I'm making two non-profit anthologies/compilation zines for October 2010. One is on Breast Cancer the other is on Domestic Violence. Any kind of writing will be alright to submit. If you have questions or want to submit message me or email me at: Indelible.Ink@gmx.com
There's no payment, and author's retain all rights to their material.
Added by Indelible_Ink on November 24, 2009 at 1:55pm —
As a fulltime writer and publisher, my work life doesn’t start at 9 and end at 5 like most. If anything, my day starts around 10 in the morning and ends around midnight, six days a week.
Of course, I’m not sitting in front of a computer for 14 hours every day. I’d go into severe burnout if I did (i.e. I pulled a 17-hour shift the other day and paid for it bigtime the next). But my work day has no off switch. I get the bulk of what I need to do done before 5pm, have supper, spend time… Continue
Added by APFuchs on November 24, 2009 at 1:48pm —
i organize every monstress around a central monstrous theme and this time, i'm torn between two, "witchiness" and "ape attack!" i already have a bunch of reviews of movies where the horror is built around old women (bette davis' entire late career) but i'm having trouble with writing the other stuff. every issue also has chapters of a pulp fiction story in it and for "witchiness" i'd like to write something kind of agatha christie or dorothy sayers for the fiction. but writing in that style… Continue
Added by Monstress Zine on October 21, 2009 at 11:30am —
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 —