Two of my favorite people from the tiny island of England do a split zine about going to Scotland and tromping around in the snow! Steve Larder of Rum Lad zine and Isy from Morgenmuffel comic zine take turns telling their story with their unique words and illustrations. -AW..
From Punch Drunk Press
A continuation of the work started with his Do-It-Yourself Guide to Fighting the Big Motherfuckin' Sad, Adam Gnade's new pamphlet is a series of peptalks and how-to's on dealing with the overwhelming bullshit of modern life. From list-keeping as a survival skill..
A lovely comp zine asking a new round of folks "What gets you out of bed in the morning?"Writing
by: Joshua James Amberson, Alice Bag, Kelli Callis, Emma Karin
Eriksson, Jenna Freedman, Nyxia Grey, Jennie Hinchcliff, Jim Joyce, Liz
Mayorga, Matthew Moyer, Art Noose, Kendy Paxia, Jami Sai..
From Julia Eff
She's the grace of this world, she's too pure
For the likes of this world
This world is a whore.
Tear the petals off of you
Make you tell the truth...
Ever since I started doing zines, I've been trying to write to the weird times we live in so other p..
Ever had your heart broken? Like, really broken? Like, your chest caving in as you fall through the sky in the same trajectory you had been sent soaring some time earlier? Ya, that's this zine. Cut and paste raw emotion goodness per-zine style. i put them both together as they work as a pair...
The title sort of says it all. For some God forsaken reason, Steve (Rum Lad zine, the band Moloch) from the tiny island of England, decided it would be a good idea to take a Greyhound bus from Baton Rouge, Louisiana , USA to Portland, Oregon. This zine is full of illustrations about his misadventure..
We don't carry a lot of music zines, but I love this! It's like a music
perzine from the excellent Evelyn in Germany. I'll write a longer review
later but right now, just take a look at the photos because it's the
best of so many worlds blending content and cut and paste layout...
Issue 2! We don't carry a lot of music zines, but I love this!
It's like a music perzine from the excellent Evelyn in Germany. I'll
write a longer review later but right now, just take a look at the
photos because it's the best of so many worlds blending content and cut
and paste layout...
More lovely snapshots with words transported from the brain of Jonas with thoughtful vivid characters. Plus the question of regret posed to Cindy Crabb (Doris Zine) and Alex Wrekk (Brainscan Zine) and their answers...
From Julia Eff:
WHATSTHEIRNAME is a bracing 72-page romp through even MORE of my gender issues!! You thought I had it all out after Every Thug Is A Lady? PFFFFFT. Clearly you underestimated the depth of my angst.
This one’s a look at my gender (or lack thereof) two years down the road&..