You loved the zines! Now have them all in book form!"by Joshua Chapman, age 11
Written from the perspective of an eleven
year old in 1990 who has become obsessed with Star Trek as a way of
coping with the emotional neglect of his mom, A Field Guide ..
brings together classic, out of print issues of Cometbus magazine,
including 'Lanky' (a novella), 'Back to the Land' (an oral history of
the children of hippie homesteaders) plus sixty other interviews and
short stories. The text is lovingly handwritten, interspersed with bold
A collection of stories, drawings, photos, interviews, and more about
DIY bands, punk, house shows, DIY tours, road trips, and travels. This
issue focuses specifically on tours and road trips. Includes
contributions from Keith Rosson (Avow zine), Giz (Cheaptoys zine), Sean
This is the 3rd issue of this zine that explores house shows and
basement shows. The subtopic of this issue is marginalized Identities in
DIY & punk.
When you think about it, there's something really special about inviting
strangers into your home to enjoy music together, and there's some..
The fourth issue of Basements and Living Rooms, a zine about DIY music
and house shows, focuses on DIY fests. Includes advice on how to throw a
successful fest, how to reduce anxiety during fests, flyers from fests,
and house show etiquette...
A meta zine! I love talking about zines and this zine is like having a
conversation with zinesters about zines and zine culture. It's a comp
zine with a good variety of perspectives and voices. There's discussions
about zines and their relation to punk, notes from zine fests, the