The lovely folks who’ve taken over the the noble smutty feat of publishing Lickety Split are launching their first issue, the zine’s 8th, on June 4th! So proud. Check out the Facebook event for more info!
I founded this zine… Continue
Added by Amber on May 29, 2010 at 7:48am —
just updated the reviews at sddzine.blogspot.com
send it in, I'll review it
thanks to everyone who sent in last month!
Added by Randy Spaghetti on May 23, 2010 at 5:32pm —
Is a 28 pages comic about deadly illnesses, daily routine, social control, disillusionism from anarchism, gender roles, sexism, art, spiders and biting cats
I would love to trade it with any other zine
If you want to see more drawings and comics you can check flickr
Added by sterile on May 14, 2010 at 6:30am —
I feel rather bad that my first post here is going to seem so shamelessly commercial in nature, but I'm in the process of setting up a zine library in conjunction with a shop called SHOP here in Bristol, and we're canvassing for donations and contributions.
All the information is posted below:
Zinesters! We’re putting out a call for donations to help set up a new Zine Library at SHOP Vintage Lounge and Arts Venue in… Continue
Added by Simon Moreton on May 10, 2010 at 1:06pm —
I've started reviewing zines again on the blog, sddzine.blogspot.com send it in, I'll review it and send you one in trade.
Added by Randy Spaghetti on May 10, 2010 at 12:25pm —
I know this is meant to be a blog post, but I can only hope that someone reads it.
I am trying to start another mini-zine (my other mini-zine is a perzine called Army of Her) called Grrrl Power and it's all about female empowerment. I feel that with the everyday bombardment by the media, women are feeling more and more isolated as higher and increasingly impossible standards are expected of them, as well as, not being expected to succeed. Really self-contradictory.
Anyway, I… Continue
Added by Tania Martins on May 9, 2010 at 3:32pm —
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This blog post will be updated whenever a distro writes a description for one of my zines, or someone writes a review. If you've read my zine and would like to write something for me to post here, let me know - it would make me very happy! Continue
In my own words:
This issue of my perzine is loosely based around lists of 4. I write about…
Added by Hannah (Not Lonely Zine) on April 24, 2010 at 9:00am —
Hey my names Nicole, I live in Adelaide, Australia (for now). I’m a socially awkward person, I’m currently studing film photography. I collect Records and old cameras. I love music, mixtapes and mail art, baking cupcakes, taking photos, live music, and my typewriter. I keep a visual journal, I'm vegetarian, I have tattoos, a cat named Chetta-Bob and the best friends in the world.
I recently started a per zine called ‘It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.’ containing my… Continue
Added by Nicole on April 19, 2010 at 7:00am —
We're looking for stall holders for our next creative fair as part of Salfords music festival Sounds From The Other City on May 2nd.
We're taking over the whole of Bexley square which is on the main road (Chapel… Continue
Added by Cheap Zine on April 15, 2010 at 3:00pm —
The new issue of Absent Cause zine will focus on surviving. Some possible topics are:
- Your personal story of survival
- The repercussions of surviving emotional, physical and sexual abuse
- Surviving under a classist, anti-poor, racist, sexist, anti-queer and fat-phobic system
- Sex work and survival
- What should be the role of social-justice activists and organizations in personal survival issues?…
Added by redguard on April 13, 2010 at 11:18am —
Added by Artists books 3.0 on April 12, 2010 at 12:32am —
Dear Zine Writers, And Women's Empowerment DIY Artists, Musicians, Filmmakers And Creative Media MakesThe Freeschool Community
and The FreeRent Community
desires to take zine reviews to the next level.
We review zines and creative women's empowerment art and we have been listed in Zine World review section for the last two years now found here:… Continue
Added by Freeschool Community on March 29, 2010 at 4:30pm —
Cheap are holding their fifth creative fair at Islington Mill in Salford
on Sunday 4th April (Easter Sunday).
We have over 20 exciting
stalls ranging from beautiful trinkets and vintage clothes, contemporary
painting, handmade jewelry, original photography, plush toys, illustrations, zines, cards, tasty cakes, printed tees to salt and pepper pots. Everything you would ever need all under one roof!
will also have some pretty… Continue
Added by Cheap Zine on March 22, 2010 at 11:00am —
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 —
New distro/mail-order for zines, books, pins & other paper goodies - from Portugal to all Europe and the rest of the World!!!… Continue
Added by Yvonne G. on March 20, 2010 at 8:54pm —
This issue talks about an abusive relationship and getting out of it, first sexual encounters, sexual and emotional abuse, the basics of BDSM and how it
differs from abuse, queer identity, and silence, among other things. The
quote translates to "Pain and death are less involuntary than the
choice of desire."
Trigger Warning! Recommended for mature
Added by Adrian Fynch on March 15, 2010 at 3:00pm —
It was super cool to be at the Chicago Zine Fest. Thanks to everyone who stopped by the Junk Drawer table. I'm glad people enjoyed playing "Guess the Odds & Ends." I only wish I'd had more time to spend at all the other tables. There were so many great zines and zinesters there. Feel free to write your comments about the zine fest, junk drawers, or anything from the zine fest weekend. Looking forward to next year.
Added by Eric Bartholomew on March 14, 2010 at 9:53pm —