Hello! We've just picked up a zine reviewer for our website www.storyto.wordpress.com. Her name is Estelle Tang and she's really keen to help spread the word about other's zines! She'll review any style. Contact email@example.com for more details.
Added by Kate Nicholson on November 5, 2008 at 1:00am —
Hello all, i have been making comics for the past few days (after a long time of not doing any) and i intend to continue untill i have enough to make into a zine. Until this happens however, they are up on the livejournal i created especially for the purpose.
check them out.
Added by Katie D on November 2, 2008 at 5:34am —
My collection of smut writing, TUMS
, is now available. The zine includes material that is straight, queer, and distrubing.
For adults only. If you would like to trade or order a copy, reply here or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by redguard on October 30, 2008 at 10:59am —
– Rented firearms, bocce balls and stolen meat are but a few of the chunks that bob to the surface of Charm City’s stew in Smile, Hon, You’re in Baltimore! No. 1
0, the latest installment of the ongoing submission-based zine published by Eight-Stone Press.
In this issue, Siobhan Fitzpatrick
chases rats (as well as anything else that might be lurking in the cracks of Pigtown); J. Gavin Heck talks a friend down… Continue
Added by Eight-Stone Press on October 27, 2008 at 1:40pm —
Added by mujinga on October 26, 2008 at 4:00pm —
Despite being up to my ass in alligators this weekend, I have taken up work on CG 6. It is going to be about my move to Ottawa, starting university and other such things. It is going to look a little plain because I didn't bring all of my zine stuff with me when I moved because I didn't have enough space. It should be good. I have high hopes for it.
Added by Louise Von A on October 24, 2008 at 7:00am —
Having done a lot of research into the world of zines, and the unfortunate discovery that printing an A5 full colour zine is not at all cheap, I've spent today mucking about with layout and print settings and have finally managed to squidge Book Art into a much smaller, envelope friendly size. Much cheaper to print, easier to post, and the pictures still look lovely.
Feel so much better ;)
Added by Emma Stronach on October 16, 2008 at 11:52pm —
after much frustration with myself, with the nature of paper and tape, and with kinkos employees...my newest zine is DONE. it was received warmly at the philly zine fest, that rocked thanks to Casey and the Philly Zine Fest volunteers and committee!
so begins the whole distro-hunting, review zine submitting, livejournal crossposting type thing..but i gotta wait till payday to get the copies out to my fellow contributors.
i had a blast hanging with Katie and we along with… Continue
Added by raequel aka systris on October 6, 2008 at 6:46pm —
Finished and posted my first non-sketch zine to Etsy today,
Added by Emma Stronach on October 1, 2008 at 6:31am —
We are now in the final weeks before the zine fest! Here's some news:
- Please ask about our table discounts if you are a non-profit group that will NOT be selling anything at the zine fest, but would just be raising awareness for your group/cause. E-mail email@example.com if you are interested or have any questions.
- We need volunteers for the day of the zine fest! We need help in the following areas: help running the info desk, sitting in for… Continue
Added by NicoleIntrovert on September 23, 2008 at 6:30pm —
Excerpt (from intro):
As I've gotten older, I have developed an increasing number of anxieties. Life isn't simple anymore. I have marriage-like relationship with a diabetic man. We have a young child. I am a homeowner. I have a career. I have debt.
I have plenty of things to worry about.
So I started a new zine to help me explore some of my sources of worry. Worry Stone
#1 focuses on my partner's diabetes. I talk about what diabetes does to the body, the… Continue
Added by Jerianne on September 22, 2008 at 5:45pm —
How do I love zines? Let me count the ways.
I love the way you come from people who are earnest and sincere in their interests, hobbies, rants and raves. I love the way you speak to me with a voice untainted by large corporations and media outlets. I love the way you sniggle into my heart, limping in on a postage stamp that costs more and more until you fear you cannot eek out another. (It only makes you more precious.)
I love the way you tell me what you think, what you… Continue
Added by Avocadess on September 12, 2008 at 4:30pm —
Hi, all. I'm Kelsey, and I live in Olympia. I've made a few zines in my life, and made even more artists' books. Mostly, though, I'm just a big fan of zines and a zine librarian. I created a zine collection for my library (Olympia Timberland Library) this year. We have over 200 zines in the collection so far, and it's growing slowly as time goes on. Anyhow, just wanted to introduce myself and thank Krissy for putting this forum together. I'll be looking to buy new zines for the library in our… Continue
Added by Kelsey Smith on September 11, 2008 at 11:54am —
(.org) is an online art gallery and publishing house for artists. We provide the opportunity for artists to display their artwork on the Web and to see their creations in print. This is done by creating online portfolio pages
and publishing art zines and screen-prints.
as a supplement to the Art Bureau online art gallery, we publish books and… Continue
Added by Art Bureau on September 8, 2008 at 3:26pm —
this summer has been an amazing time for zines! i've added so many new items to the catalogue in the last month or two! most recently, we've got:
* "we all have bones"--kelsey's beautifully designed zine about being a former aspiring ballerina & struggling with anorexia
* "glossolalia" #11--sarah's stunning letterpressed… Continue
Added by ciaraxyerra on September 1, 2008 at 8:00pm —
Absent Cause, my new zine focused on underground and dark culture, is now available.
I created AC to explore topics that resonate with me and many of the artistic and political people whose work I respect and admire: underground cultures, hidden histories, feminist and queer sexualities, chosen families and radical politics; vampirism, the gothic, horror and paganism; surviving abuse, coping with mental illness, self-harm and suicide.
I LOVE TRADES! If you make a zine,… Continue
Added by redguard on August 29, 2008 at 6:14pm —