• The Chain Zine
    From electrichaos Amanda started this chain zine project in 2009, posting in zine communities at livejournal and ning. She put together a booklet of blank paper with instructions and list of participants. This was sent to person #1 who was given a theme for their page, which could be anything – collage, drawing, writing, etc.. Person #1 was to create their page and then send the booklet to Person #2, assigning a theme to them. The project was split into three booklets, the first of which made it back to Amanda a couple years later in 2011, the second in […]
  • Antiquated Future Zine Grab Bag
    $10 from Antiquated Future Antiquated Future is a zine, tape and print boutique label out of Portland, Oregon, USA. Their zine grab bag offers a random selection of zines and the selection is joyously random and a great way to get a good handful of zines to quench your zine urges (at least temporarily until you need to order more!). As you can see below, the loot from my brown paper grab bag was filled with not only zines, but some other things, including a bandcamp download code.
  • Things Not to Do
    $2 from Displaced Snail Things Not to Do is a 4×3 (approx), 36-page, saddle-stitched zine published by the wonderful Joe Carlough’s Displaced Snail from Philadelphia, PA. Each page of the zine is a numbered listing of things not to do and there are thirty-four of them. #12 is “Don’t look down on people who are not as tall as you.” The cover has a tagline that reads, “Librarians, please categorize under: Advice,” (#16 is “Don’t follow Any advice. Ever.”).
  • Alexandria the Zine
    Alexandria the Zine is a perzine of thoughts, photo collages, lists and personal perspective. Issue six is 32 pages with a color cover and hand-stitched with thread binding. Proceeds go to aid for Ukranian Roma and more about them are in the zine, along with lots of other things: the punk band Gogol Bordello How I Spent My Time When I Had COVID K. Flay 3 Times Tchaikovsky Made His Mark On the Modern World Who Are the Romani? Get this issue and more at the Alexandria the Zine Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/AlexandriaTheZine
  • Zines As An Alternative to Social Media Fatigue
    I come to zines as someone who has published zines for over 30 years. So I live in that space. I also brought my zine obsession to the online digital space very early on. As a computer science major, I was active on bulletin board systems before the world wide web was really a thing. We uploaded digital zines to BBS’s or via list servers or to space on AOL or CompuServ or Prodigy and Delphi… Facebook Instagram, Pinterest and others dictate a different way of accessing zines which present obstacles along with improvements to that access. This video talks […]
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  • The Chain Zine

    The Chain Zine

    From electrichaos Amanda started this chain zine project in 2009, posting in zine communities at livejournal and ning. She put together a booklet of blank paper with instructions and list of participants. This was sent to person #1 who was given a theme for their page, which could be anything – collage, drawing, writing, etc.. […]

  • Antiquated Future Zine Grab Bag

    Antiquated Future Zine Grab Bag

    $10 from Antiquated Future Antiquated Future is a zine, tape and print boutique label out of Portland, Oregon, USA. Their zine grab bag offers a random selection of zines and the selection is joyously random and a great way to get a good handful of zines to quench your zine urges (at least temporarily until […]

  • Things Not to Do

    Things Not to Do

    $2 from Displaced Snail Things Not to Do is a 4×3 (approx), 36-page, saddle-stitched zine published by the wonderful Joe Carlough’s Displaced Snail from Philadelphia, PA. Each page of the zine is a numbered listing of things not to do and there are thirty-four of them. #12 is “Don’t look down on people who are […]

  • Alexandria the Zine

    Alexandria the Zine

    Alexandria the Zine is a perzine of thoughts, photo collages, lists and personal perspective. Issue six is 32 pages with a color cover and hand-stitched with thread binding. Proceeds go to aid for Ukranian Roma and more about them are in the zine, along with lots of other things: the punk band Gogol Bordello How […]

  • Zines As An Alternative to Social Media Fatigue

    Zines As An Alternative to Social Media Fatigue

    I come to zines as someone who has published zines for over 30 years. So I live in that space. I also brought my zine obsession to the online digital space very early on. As a computer science major, I was active on bulletin board systems before the world wide web was really a thing. […]

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