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The Wednesday Zine Volume 3 by Emily J. Blake
Channeled Poetry, The Collection - From the Star Gates of Light by Malinda Hurd
Unsellable Inventories by Kat Hofland
Naughty Mouse by Jordan Bubin
Love is a (sometimes) Distorted Journey by Tianne Pitz
Not So Young by Cecilia K. Bradley
"Our youth, they are not so young. They are wise. They are kind. They are perceptive. And they are smart. Listen to them. Listen to me."
Not So Young is written by teenager, Cecilia K. Bradley. It's a chapbook of poems written from 2016 to 2018. This zine is full color and contains images along with poems. Get a glimpse of the inner workings of Cecilia's mind! You will be surprised with what you find there!
I Will Fight You by Joy Young and Jenna Kesselring
I Will Fight You is a book of black out poems, also known as erasure poems, created from actual Donald Trump tweets. It seeks to cut through and erase a rhetoric of hate to create a place of intersectional resistance. Also, it's filled with hilarious doodles done over photos of Trump's face! Order this gem today!
All Drag Queens and No Poetry Vol 1 by Sarah Rachel Evins
This full-color zine highlights the best quotes from the top nine queens from season nine of RuPaul's Drag Race. Poet Sarah Rachel Evins lives in Phoenix Arizona and is a huge fan of the show and her favorite queens. Order this zine today if you're a fan too!
Shattered Glass by CL
Shattered Glass is a perzine and photozine about overcoming chaos and loosing relationships. It has full color pages with 35mm film photos and poetry about growth. Order it today!
Hello, Sunshine by Daniel Mariotti
"31 photographs taken over 31 days of journaling capture the fluctuation of how I experience depression. Even on my best days, where the world appears most vivid and colorful, depression is ever present, a force physically seen in each picture-- depression visually mimicked through altering my camera, by poking holes into the shutter, constructing the fog seen in the images, a fog that contracts and grows at the mercy of space-time."
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Black ̶O̶u̶t̶ Poetry by Alexa Lima
Alexa Lima uses black out techniques to write poems and adds collages to match the work. This zine is 12 pages and full-color and provides readers with the feeling like you looked into someones diary or perhaps the margins of their book. Alexa Lima makes collage zines with a focus on political and social issues that affect POC.
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Everyday Magic #3 - Love by Finn Oakes
Everyday Magic #3 - Love by Finn Oakes was published in 2015. It contains stories about building relationships to nine different plants across nine years. Vignettes about birth, death, sex, healing, work, trauma, ritual and the ways I have learned to live into love. Order this zine today!
Everyday Magic #4 - Place by Finn Oakes
Everyday Magic #4 - Place by Finn Oakes was published in 2018. It contains reflections on living on land and making home, ancestry, white supremacy, intersectionality, farming, climate change, prayer, spirits, leaning into long-time and staying in place. Order this zine today!
Love Static by Amy Tea
Love Static: short poems from loud places is a poetry mini zine contains 14 poems by Amy Tea. Amy writes using her senses and experiences to convey longing and connection. This zine is a great glimpse of her style and it's laid out beautifully. Add this zine to your zine library today!
Wild/Secrets Poets of Mills College '19
This beautiful handmade chapbook contains the poems of five Mill College writers: Mimi Tempestt, Kari Treese, Raihana Jacqueline Haynes-Venerable, Kimani Rose, and Amber McCrary. Poem titles include "How's your Hosh?", "old gods & men", "College Football", and more. Absorb this great work by purchasing this zine today!
L.A. Sucks...and so do you by Yolie Contreras
A spiritual sequel to Miserable Bitch, LA Sucks... And So Do You zine, is a meditation on the concept of what "home" means. Filled with disappointments, a sad girl playlist and Hollywood Forever Cemetery, this zine shows that you can never truly go home again.
Poems That May Change by Michael Buckius
Poems that may change is a darkly humorous and whimsical collection of 15 poems written during the pandemic. It’s about America, the passing of time, maturity, cats, and other weird reflections during this strange and tragic time. These are poems born from both stagnancy and immediacy, a tribute to getting lost in both serious and silly thoughts.
Stanchion 3 Literary Zine by Jeff Bogle
Stanchion Issue Number Three features original short stories, flash fiction, poems, striking b&w photography, and drawings printed on elegantly thick uncoated A5 paper.
Released in January 2021.
An Anachronism in the Making Issue 1 by Matthew Tinsley
Fleeting thoughts and feelings of a trans man in love in Portland while everything is on fire, written september / october 2020
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An(other) Anachronism in the Making issue 2 by Matthew Tinsley
Fleeting thoughts, reflections and feelings over one turbulent weekend in November 2020, centered around loss, grief, transitioning and how the pandemic makes all of these things especially inconvenient.
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I Just Had to Get Something Off My Chest by Jude Schroder
In their first ever zine, Jude (they/them/theirs) takes you through their top surgery journey. From trying on a binder for the first time to proudly displaying their chest six months post-op, Jude peels back their skin to reveal the impact of gender-affirming surgery in a trans person’s life. Part photo essay and part poem, this vulnerable zine will take you along a non-binary person’s quest towards a flat chest.
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Millennial Dogeater by Marinna Benzon and Perennial Press
Millennial Dogeater is a collection of poems that voices honest and subversive narratives of a Queer First Generation woman carefully navigating her position in America. From re-learning self-empowerment, unlearning cultural assimilation to loving the varied facets of the queer identity; Millennial Dogeater is a curated snapshot of invisible Brown Girls.
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How To Stop The Burning by Zubaida Bello and Perenial Press
In How to Stop the Burning, Zubaida Bello's poetry focuses on themes of womanhood and inheritance, offering the audience an intimate portrait of herself through her words.
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110 Things Rape Apologists Say & 11 Things Appropriate to Say when Someone Discloses Rape by Alex Crockett
This zine pack is meant as a validation for the experience of many who disclose abuse to poor responses. It is also meant as a way to help build insight around supportive versus unsupportive responses when someone discloses abuse and as a resource guide.
Oblivion Spin Occasionally "Borrowed Skeletons" by Matthew Tinsley
32 pages of aesthetic af ramblings. This issue of the oh es oh explores nostalgia and skeletons we carry with us, literal and metaphorical, in a round about way.
Hexed by Salem Black
"Hexed is a collection of poems from when I felt that I was being hexed by Sabrina The Teenage Bitch." It's a great read for folks interested in gothic poetry.
Is That So Bad? by Sabrina Cicero
"'is that so bad?' is a compilation of work from years facing depression, in treatment for an eating disorder, and in unhealthy relationships in an attempt to feel something. It is a cathartic anthology of my work from past journals and art books, including poems, short stories, photographs, and collages. I really hope you enjoy!"
Memoirs of a Liar Collage Edition by Charissa Lucille
This zine was originally published in 2016 as a collage edition of Memoirs of a Liar. It contains short typewritten prose poems about people I've kissed in my life alongside collages and found images. This zine is 16 pages long, full color, and handbound with wax thread.
Please know this zine comes with a trigger warning of violence, drug use, and sexual abuse.
Unfinished // Isolation by Charissa Lucille
This zine is the third issue in Charissa's Unfinished series. Every year that feels monumental, they publish a zine. Issue three contains typewritten poems paired with cell phone photos during COVID-19 isolation.
This zine is 12 pages long, full color, and handbound with wax thread. This zine contains discussion of mental and physical illness.
Rhymes of the Dying by Max Kilgore
These twenty-two poems combine the whimsical rhyme schemes of Shel Silverstein with the horror imagery of Clive Barker, resulting in one of the greatest literary collections of all time. Whether you want to read about killer toilets, killer video games, killer yuppies or killer ferrets, this zine has something for everyone!
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We'll Never Have Paris: Blue No. 18/2021 by Andria Alefhi
Bringing you the noir in memoir since 2007. A bicoastal literary zine of personal essays, devoted to giving emerging writers a home in print. Printed annually in NYC.
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A Measure of Safety by Justine Marzack
A collection of poems by queer non binary author Justine Nathalie Marzack. Hand bound and hand painted, part of the Royal Blue limited edition of 20.
Midnight ServiceBy Joe Carlough
Benefit zine to support the Mütter Museum of art and essays by various artists that comes with an album download. Proceeds benefit the museum, released in conjunction with This & That Tapes.
Isn't It Grand? - Deadbeat Poetry Society Zine Issue 1
Poets include Cynthia Celeste, Dallas Del Summers, Max Kilgore and Carcian. Zines are gloss finish coating on paper and stapled for reading. Created in Phoenix, Arizona.
Neurotic Hag by Yolie Contreras
The third zine in my color series. Neurotic Hag focuses on my various neuroses, being childfree and the idea of family. First half deals with my own general neurotic thoughts. Second half deals with being childfree and my thoughts on family.
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mommom poempoem daddad by Michael Buckius
A collection of 24 new poems that are both absurd and serious but always planted firmly in the tradition of anti-nostalgia.
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Hummingbird Heart by Kinsale and Alice Mao and Abalone Mountain Press
“hummingbird heart” is a zine about inversion of the cishet white, male gaze, alienation, desire, loneliness, queerness, and other “ness”es. created in 2021 by alice and kinsale while on an ill-fated nyc trip that ended with squatting in UNIQLO eating streetmeat, the zine was inspired by alice awkwardly asking kinsale “if she was ... you know...
*looks sideways and dangles wrist*”she was. they both were. and thus, this zine was born
Kinsale is a Diné poet, performer, and junior at Yale University studying the intersections of cultural (re)vitalization movements, Indigenous poetics, and Indigenous feminisms. She previously served as a 2017-2018 National Student Poet, was named in 2019 as one of Time Magazine’s “34 People Changing How We See the World,” and is the recipient of the J. Edgar Meeker Prize and the YIPAP prize for poetry. Her work has been published or shared by Torrey House Press, the Los Angeles Times, Time Magazine, The Adroit Journal, and more. Usually based on occupied Tongva Lands (Los Angeles) and out of the Southwest, she works with Native youth in storytelling and mental health programming, edits Changing Wxman Collective, and can often be found penning love poems to the high desert. According to Alice, “She once made her boyfriend kiss a rat, which was a lot to process. She showed me pictures. :(”
Alice Mao is a sophomore at Yale University studying art. Her work explores themes of isolation, desire, and alienation. According to Kinsale, her work is “really, really gay.” While she primarily works on illustrations and paintings, she also writes, animates, and designs. She is the recipient of the Richard and Jean Coyne Family Foundation Award, George H. W. Bush Points of Light Award, and a United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Action Solitarity Award Nominee. She is also part of the 100 Changemakers Project hosted by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and a 2021 Tedx Youth Speaker. In high school, she co-founded Student Art Spaces, a global nonprofit organization amplifying the voices of under-served young artists in professional spaces through service and advocacy. She intends to work as a painter and illustrator in New York City after she graduates, ideally with a dog. She can also be found around campus dressed like a UNIQLO ad. See more of her work on instagram at @alicemaoart or on her website, alice-mao.com.
The Snuggle is Real by Birdie Bridshaw
A collection of haiku and images of animals snuggling. A celebration of love and affection.
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Without the Words, There’s No Song by Billy Bridewell
Impressions 1 By Jean Marie Munson
Impressions 2 By Jean Marie Munson
Transmission Lost by Zoe N. Sugg
Tiny Joys #1 by Rebecca Fish Ewan
Tiny Joys is a 1/4-size zine from Phoenix Arizona. It contains words and cartoons about things--butterflies, water, day-dreaming, Kafka, hummingbirds...-- that bring the author (and hopefully readers) joy.
Beach Pebbles by Annabelle Dunstan
This is a great zine full of illustrations and writings. It takes the reader through a journey and pulls at the heart strings. We love it and we think you will as well!
The Stitchable Pokedex: Squirtle, Wartortle, and Blastoise by Kate Simonsen
If you're interested in cross stitch and pokemon, this is the zine for you! In this zine, you will learn how to stitch Squirtle,Wartortle, and Blastoise. Order this zine today!
Fluke Fanzine Presents Loisaida by Matthew Thompson
This issue of Fluke Fanzine was originally published in Spring of 2015 by Arizona zinester Matthew Thompson. This black and white thick zine contains a comic and story by Bobby Madness. The comic depicts stories about punk rock, drugs, shows, stars, and cops. Overall, the story is about a place and all the punk rock radness that went down between friends. Snag this zine if you want to dive in!
Fluke Fanzine #16 By Matthew Thompson
Fluke Fanzine #16 is the NXOEED issue featuring art work by James B. Hunt. James started self publishing around the age of 12 and this zine contains an in-depth interview about his publishing and art work along with a ton of his illustrations and a neato map of his hidden paintings. Snag this zine for a dive into the work of Phoenix's James B. Hunt.
Sluggestive Universe by Michael Ayers
Sluggestive Universe is a collection of 32 pages of original illustrations. Some of the featured artwork was for a zine Michael created called Sluggestive Images. The rest is brand new, original pen and ink drawings created since then featuring more Slugs and other Characters and Imaginations from that Universe. This zine also comes with a special folder you can use as a napkin (or you could hang it on your wall!) This zine is super funky and might make you feel something. Order it today!
XYG - Examine Your Grammar by Mash and Corn
This funny zine is called XYG: Examine Your Grammar - An Adult Guide to Language. It was born from the author's frustration with having to teach traditional grammar concepts to eighth graders and, on top of finding it rather useless to teach, she could only come up with "naughty" example sentences.
It is funny and raunchy and psuedo-educational and one-of-a-kind. Maybe there is a sex-positive person who just wants to know the difference between when to use who and whom in a sentence? Order this zine today!
Figments by Alexa Lima
This zine features simplistic, and still intricate, fragment-like collages. If you appreciate what can be said with minimalist art, this zine is within your wheelhouse.
(Also, if you unfold the zine entirely, there’s a beautiful piece waiting for you!)
Blast From The Past? by Haley Orion Khoshaba
All images and comic strips in this zine are sourced from alternative print media throughout 1979 to 1980. You’ll get a look into the topical issues 40 years ago and see all the ways we’ve changed, and all the ways we haven’t.
King-Cat Number 79 by John Porcellino
King-Cat is a slice-of-life comic collection, featuring a Tops 40s list, a guest comic from Gabrielle Bell, and letters + art from readers. If you’re looking for a sometimes funny, sometimes heartfelt perzine-adjacent read, this might be the zine for you!
There is Something I Want to be by Bethany Fortner
This mini-zine expresses the dynamic and powerful expressions from those who have been told to be smaller than themselves. The accompanying art is simple and beautiful linework, framing the “I want” phrases. Order this mini-zine today!
Babes From Outer-Space by 12doodlinglambs
Gorgeous and unique one-eyed alien girls on every page - what’s not to love? Order this zine today and see these aliens in all their bloody, pin-up glory!
King-Cat Comics and Stories No.75 by John Porcellino
King-Cat is a slice-of-life comic collection, and this story is all about the life and times of Maisie - John’s beloved, adventurous cat. Throughout their time together, they’ve experienced great amounts of love, deep losses, and moving from apartment to house to apartment across the country together. The connection between John and Maisie is undeniably strong and emotional, showing the depths of unconditional love and support cats provide their humans.
If you’re looking for a sometimes funny, sometimes heartfelt perzine-adjacent read, this might be the zine for you!
God in a Bottle by The Kwiatkowski Press and is PRESS
“The relief prints in ‘God in a Bottle’ were created with engraved traffic cones by Frank Kwiatkowski, ‘the father of conecuts’, over the course of 3,000 insulin injections.” - Description within zine.
Each relief print is dense with meaning and often featuring images of insulin bottles and disposable syringes. Thoughts of the medical industry, faith, and death are referenced thoughtfully and beautifully throughout the detailed and unique carvings. Add this art zine to your collection today!
Women in Print Issue No. 4 by Jennifer Trontz
This zine is 30 color pages long with depictions of women in the printed media. It contains Sewing pattern envelopes, Latin-American packaging, Color Me Beautiful, Draw Me! Girl, Tall Gals ads, Barbizon Modeling Schools, and Emo fashions.
Women in Print was founded by Jennifer Trontz in 2018 as a twice yearly journal/zine devoted to depictions of women in the printed media. Trontz is the author of popular culture/design books, including The Look of Love: The Art of the Romance Novel, Yes You Can: Timeless Advice from Self-Help Experts, The Good Citizen's Handbook: A Guide to Proper Behavior, and Home Economics: Vintage Advice and Practical Science for the 21st Century Household.
Dog Day Depression by Elliott Jouza
Dog Day Depression is a short wordless, all color comic about a dog human doing his daily routine in the restroom, except this time it might have gone a bit too far. Find out how by purchasing!
Elliott Jouza is an Arizona-based self taught transmasculine artist, creating both uniquely queer content, and short comics with original characters.
Life is a Hologram by Sam Grant
You don't want to miss Sam Grant's latest comic zine. It's 40 pages of random, well-intentioned, hand-drawn, comic illustrations. A6 (4.13x5.83 in.) mini zine with thread-stitch binding. Made in Barcelona, Spain and printed on high-quality Italian artisan paper.
Chronicles of a Chubby Bunny Vol 3 by Kasuto Productions
Volume 3 consist of Artist's journal comics that document her recovery after being discharged from the hospital back in Oct 2018. From random shenanigans with ChubbyBunny to episodes of Depression, Artist documents and shows a bit of insight of how she copes and handles everyday life as a chubby woman.
All pages were drawn and inked on paper. Afterwards, they were scanned, colored and finalized on the computer. Order this zine today!
Chronicles of a Chubby Bunny Vol 2 by Maxi Rodriguez
The second book of Chronicles of a ChubbyBunny; tells the story of how ChubbyBunny and Artist first established their relationship plus the origins of Artist’s hat and name.
Artist is an aspiring comic book artist/cartoonist whose constantly being bullied by Depression and Anxiety. Thus the creation of her character/alter ego, ChubbyBunny; the cosplaying character who takes on different characters including their powers to aid Artist.
The Magic Glasses by Melina Chavarria and Jean Munson
The Magic Glasses is about a young Latina growing up in a world obsessed with social media and public opinion. Heidy just graduated high school and is uncertain about what she wants to do with her life. She spends most of her time playing video games all day and partying with friends at night. Brace yourself as Heidy begins the adventure towards finding the Magic Glasses.
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Blue, Purple, Red by Samantha Thompson
Blue, Purple, Red by Samantha Thompson is a zine abstractly explores residual feelings 6 months post-heartbreak. 5 x 7 inches. Printed on printer paper in color & stapled together. 8 pages.
Thoughts From January by Samantha Thompson
Thoughts From January by Samantha Thompson is a 12 page hand-illustrated zine that addresses sexuality, mental health, and aspects of my past life. Printed on printer paper & stapled together.
The Tangible Calling Issue #3 by Drew Campbell
"The Tangible Calling #3 is the latest zine from Vlasinda Productions. It was first conceived in 2012, after previously releasing the first 2 issues. For whatever reason it went unfinished and put aside. Recently we came across it and decided it was time. So here it is, almost a decade later."
It's Just Another Day #1 by BluRaven Houvener
The adventure begins when Jake, a small town teen, arrives home from school one day and discovers something that shatters his life as he knows it. This 1st issue kicks off a reboot of the former webcomic with new art and stories! Add this comic to your collection today!
It's Just Another Day #2 by BluRaven Houvener
Teen life can be awkward...it doesn't get any better when you live in a cramped dark basement with your parents. At least your girlfriend is by your side...right? Wacky antics ensue as Jake tries to cope in this second issue of the It's Just another day series!
SPACE IDLE by Wendy Wolfe
"Creation involves the conscious and the subconscious. Space Idle is a short illustrative comic by Wendy Wolfe."
Signs of Japan by Joseph Marshall
"As a fan of signage and typography my June 2018 trip to Japan was a visual buffet. This book shows some of my favorite signs and store fronts from Tokyo and Kyoto." - Joe Marshall
B.A.D. Stitch BOOBS - Amanda DeLong
This is a body positive zine full of boobs that you can cross stitch! Each zine is hand-bound with embroidery floss. Order this zine if you would like to keep your hands busy.
Kinogram #1: Uncle Jerry by S.A. Mukherji
"A story about a farm, Fargo, family, abuse, humor, creativity, silences, hauntings, love, loss. A story about my uncle. The first in a planned series of five. 24 pages with color illustrations."
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