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Impressions 2 By Jean Marie Munson
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Fem Static Zine #5 Eco Feminism by Charissa Lucille
Fem Static Zine issue five focuses on eco-feminism and sexism. Inside you can find comics, art, writing, poetry, illustrations and more from over 20 wonderful contributors.
Wasted Ink Zine Distro Shirts
These are water based screen printed on a straight black Nanos tee from our local friends at Lunchbox Prints.
Make sure to order right away as we have a very limited stock! Shipping will begin the first week of April 2018.
Whisper by David Miller
Chapter Book: Pain & Progress by Charissa Lucille
Patterns of Action - The Value Issue by Jen Urso
Delectable Vegan Soups by Chef Johnna Gale
Enjoy these delightful soups, hand-picked by chef Johnna from their favorite recipes. Visually appetizing and luxuriously flavorful, these soups are also healthy, vegan, and gluten-free - but you do't have to tell your family the last part! Order this zine today to up your soup game!
Blunt Talk Zine
NOTE: This zine is currently only available in black and white. The price has been updated to reflect that change.Blunt Talk is a collaborative zine with 15 contributors all about cannabis. It's 36 color pages that include definitions, history, current laws and racism, stories, art, a love poem, edible recipes and a whole lot more. Order this zine today! Published 4/20/18.
F is for FUCK TRUMP - The ABCs of Trump's Presidency - An Activity/Coloring Book by Haley Khoshaba
F is for Fuck Trump is one of our best sellers at Wasted Ink! This zine walks you through the ABCs of Trump's presidency and keeps you busy until this nightmare is over. Proceeds from this zine are donated to The Puente Movement and Border Angels. Order yours today, these go fast! :)
5to9zine What's Your #SideHustle Issue 2 by Dave Combs
5to9zine is all about unique people's side hustles! Issue 2 contains articles about seven artists and an article about finding your side hustle! This zine is legit! Order it today.
The Stitchable Pokedex Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, & Venusaur 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 Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, and Venusaur. Order this zine today!
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!
The Stitchable Pokedex: Charmander, Charmeleon, & Charizard 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 Charmander, Charmeleon, and Charizard. Order this zine today!
My Favorite Murder Fanzine by Haley Orion Khoshaba
This zine is an activity zine all about My Favorite Murder Podcast. Enjoy word scrambles, crossword puzzles, connect the dots and more! Order this zine today!
Diné: Our Survival is Bound to Theirs By Kuwa Jasiri
Diné: Our Survival Is Bound To Theirs is a curated collections of articles and other resources combined to tell the story of the Diné/Dineh/Navajo people and their ongoing resistance to preserve their culture and way of life. These traditional people live in northeast "Arizona." Learn their stories of resistance against industry and government. Moving and raw, this is a reminder of how our survival is intertwined. Order this zine today!
Beautifully Brown, Like Me by Kuwa Jasiri
Beautifully Brown, Like Me is a zine filled with art, poetry, and the discussion of racism in art communities. While amplifying Artists Of Heritage (Of Colour), her story examines the visibility of the Africa-American figure in art, or rather the lack of, and the discussion of race in Amerikkka. Potent words, soothing majik, and sobering insights all combine to encourage one to seek their truth and recognize the power and beauty within themselves. Order this zine today!
Survivor Zine Issue 1 by Fem Static Zine & Hush Baby
This half-size zine is 32 pages and originally published in 2015. It contains art, stories, and resources from 25 contributors. This zine is about surviving rape, violence and abuse and aims to help people feel less alone after experiencing trauma of their own. This zine comes with a content warning but could connect you with others and connect you with resources. Order it today!
Survivor Zine Issue 2 by Fem Static Zine and Hush Baby
This half-size zine is 28 pages and originally published in 2016. It contains art, stories, and resources from 26 contributors. This zine is about surviving rape, violence and abuse and aims to help people feel less alone after experiencing trauma of their own. This zine comes with a content warning but could connect you with others and connect you with resources. Order it today!
Endometriosis: A Story for Everyone by Michelle Hoxie
This is a 44 page, full-color zine by Lady Danger about how Endometriosis impacts people who have the disease. It's told through a whimsical tale and cute illustrations. It also provides more information and resources if you are struggling with Endometriosis or if you know someone who might. Order this informative zine 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!
Oasis On Ice Winter 2019 by Taylor Hines and Holum Press
This local Arizona zine is all about the anxiety capitalism causes and how to change those systems in people's lives. It's a collaborative zine made by a group of anticapitalists. This particular issue is all about winter and contains writing about santa, vacation, and libraries. Order this zine today!
Oasis Landfill of Advice by Taylor Hines and Holum Press
"Everyone knows capitalism stinks, but few offer actionable plans for change. Platitudes and inspiration pile up well-intentioned but usable, like so much tainted compost. We wade through a landfill of advice.
Might confronting and immersing ourselves in our garbage be an emancipatory act? Let's explore this age of trash takes and putrid opinions, delving into our overproduction, our overthinking, the trash we breathe in and out."
This local Arizona zine is all about the anxiety capitalism causes and how to change those systems in people's lives. It's a collaborative zine made by a group of anticapitalists. It's full of thought provoking essays and illustrations about the world and systems we live and exist in.
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Vanguard Aesthetics by Alex B. Vanguard
From the Author:
"As We find ourselves navigating this world, we bleive that the way in which we've experienced the world is how reality is. This is, however, a naive way to navigate this world, because we not only invalidate the experiences of others around us, but also leave no room to question our beliefs or ideas. We are fed all these beliefs, ideas and knowledge by our family, our culture, the media we consume; all shaping the way in which we understand our political, economic and social world. I urge you, as you continue page by page, to examine the way power and deception have played a major role in your own personal construction of reality.
This edition will focus more specifically on the concept of Cultural Hegemony. The content throughout is a lens into how hegemony plays out in aspects of our culture, as well as the consequences from it."
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Wake ATL Issue 1: Police Violence by Alexa Lima
Wake ATL issue 1 : police violence was curated edited and published by Alexa Lima of the band WAKE in the summer of 2016.
"Our goal is to bring awareness to social issues and help establish a dialogue between activist organizations and the community through the use of music, visual art, literature, lectures, and workshops designed to educate, motivate, and engage each other into becoming more active in daily life.
We want to create an avenue for activists to engage the community with art and music as well as open the lines of communication to help establish an understanding of the community's concerns and pain points on a local, regional, and national level."
This is a mini collaboration zine with printing on the pages and inside fold of the zine. It contains work on police violence from over five creators.
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Blast From The Past II By Haley Orion Khoshaba
Part two of the deep dive into the political comics throughout the years of 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. Order this zine today!
Delicate Pipes by Erin Dorney
Delicate Pipes is a perzine that explores digestive issues the author has dealt with her entire life. This zine explores her symptoms, coping mechanisms, and journey. Her aim with this zine is to help someone else feel a little less alone. Her words are paired with collage imagery of plants and plumbing. Order this perzine today!
Behind the Zines #8 by Billy McCall
This is a zine all about zines and anti-capitalism and how Billy refuses to let go of the old school punk ethic of making zines. There are articles about creating a graph to keep track of where your zines go, a story from a reluctant zinester who overcame their perfectionist tendencies to embrace zine culture, reviews of zine events, a zinester interview and some reviews. This zine is packed with info all about zines! Order it today!
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.
Vinyl Dyke #1 by Evelyn Bastian from VinylDyke Records & Zine
Vinyl Dyke comes all the way from Berlin Germany and is such a gem of a zine. Feminist record label, music stories and fashion. "Grunge", 90s alternative style, songwriting passion and L7 love. This zine contains punk stories, band t-shirt reviews, b-side zine ads, lyric reviews, tales of gender, being lesbian, and feminist fashion and so much more. For $3.50, this zine is packed full! Order today!
Grow Your Own Abortion - Herbs to Make You Bleed by Red Door Collective
This is a full-color educational zine all about herbs that can induce abortions. It contains disclaimers and historical information along with plant information and recipes. It contains a glossary of terms and many links to additional resources as well. If you would like to learn more about using herbs to cause an abortion, this is a great starting point.
Lazy Diana A Punk Pagan Zine #1 by Kelci Crawford
Excerpt from a letter from the writer: “I’m making this zine to celebrate this truly peaceful, introverted, and celebratory practice broadly called Paganism. Paganism is so broad, so liberal, so creative, that to confine the topic to a 10-page zine seems bananas. To which I say, “Yeah. That’s why I want to do more than one issue.”
Issue 1 contains tea mixes, lucid dreaming info, crystals guides, moon phases and more! Add this zine to your home library to learn more about Paganism.
Everyday Magic #1 - Here by Finn Oakes
Everyday Magic #1 - Here was published in 2012. From the introduction: “i want to believe in a woo that is centered in justice. i want to practice a spirituality where personal transformation is tied to collective healing. i want to talk to stones and listen to trees and march downtown and dance on the port and call it all magic. ” Order today to read and absorb this zine!
Everyday Magic #2 - Between by Finn Oakes
Everyday Magic #2 - Between was published in 2014. From the intro: “It could be infinitely worse. And it could be infinitely better. Between these possibilities we live and between these possibilities we practice.” The apocalypse. Practicing magic on stolen ground. Ritual as emergence. Resiliency and active hope. The relationship between queers and magic. This zine is a great guide. Order it today!
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!
The Wonder of it All: #1 Spiritual Shit by The Wonder of it All
Holding and reading through “The Wonder of it All” feels like reading the morning newspaper, if that’s ever a thing you did. Each short essay is thoughtful and unique, covering discussions of older visual culture disappearing, commentary on NHS 10 stress busters, and even a persuasive think-piece argument for listening to Nightstick (a 90’s sludge metal band). Grab this nostalgic zine while it lasts!
The Wonder of it All: #2 Downwards Mobility
Holding and reading through “The Wonder of it All” feels like reading the morning newspaper, if that’s ever a thing you did. Each short essay discusses a variety of meanings for downward mobility - from Dawn ( The Office [UK version]) pursuing her dream career, Loading Bay Dave straddling a hefty drinking habit and a loading job, to Jani Lane being known for a song he hates. What’s our potential, and what’s our reality?
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Without the Words, There’s No Song by Billy Bridewell
GRAPH(feeties) Issue 2 by Rebecca Fish Ewan
Pushover 1 By Jean Marie Munson
Impressions 1 By Jean Marie Munson
Celebrity Hand Turkeys Vol. II by Ben Lazarus
London by Brandon Meged
Transmission Lost by Zoe N. Sugg
Friends With Punefits by Daniel Resner
Rituals by Sayuri Kimbell
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!
An Attempt by Tori Holder
This illustrative mini zine tells a story of a person dealing with tiny sad bears and how they deal with these sad bears. It's cute and comforting and leaves you feeling a bit less alone. Snag a copy today!
Strange Romance#1: A Shit's Fucked Anthology #1 by Joshua Corea
Love is strange, and sometimes horrible. This zine is a collection of new and up-and-coming authors, and a couple of artists, who delve into the more horrible aspects of love and hatred. This zine contains pulp, poetry, and prose on what many of us find terrifying, the other. Order this zine today!
Shit's Fucked #2: Cult Circle by Joshua Corea
This zine contains creepy stories, comics, artwork, and history all about the spirit board. Catch up on what the weirdos at shit fucked have in store for you. Start with part one of a three part short horror story, read a first person account of an exorcism, and read cute little comics about ouija spirits and ghosts! This zine is super spooky and might just be your new favorite. Order today!
King-Cat No. 78 Comics and Stories by John Porcellino
This comixfeatures lots of funny animal stories like “A Story About Ninny,” “Lady Tuff ‘n’ Tender,” and “Nighttime Encounter with the Void”; tons of Nature Notes featuring Monarch Butterfly Lifecycle and “Shrews Thru History”; an extensive letters section with notes from T.E. Bak, Megan Kelso, and more; plus poetry, Top 40, a Zen Story, and the Usual Gang of Schtuff. Order today!
Soooo Lame Issue #2 by Alex Moreno
This is a full-color art zine from Phoenix Arizona that contains photography, illustrations, and drawings. It's super funky and rad. Make sure you order it today!
It Is What It Is by Eric Villalobos and Victor Rodriguez
This risograph printed zine from 2016 contains computer graphic and magazine cut out multimedia collages. It's a collaboration between Victor Rodriguez and Eric Villalobos. It's weird and wonderful! Order it today!
Defenders of Good Times Presents: Dirty Water by Chris Dogt and Eric Villalobos
This zine is a collection of four years worth of Chris Dogt learning how to draw.
"What do you see when you look at my drawings? If you want to change what you see...change it! Color in my drawings, draw on top of them, white out what you don't want to see and make this book what you want it to be. Let's draw together! The blank pages in this zine are for YOU to draw what YOU feel like drawing while you look at my weird ideas..."
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Handy With Knifes Issue 1 Vol. 15 by Eric Villalobos
This is a black and white illustrative zine that contains flash art, drawings, and graphics. It was published in 2016 in California and was risograph printed. It's super neat and funky! Order it 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!
What a Big Deal by Maggie T and David Miller
What a Big Deal is a short story zine made by a little girl with help from her dad. The zine tells a story about a new rabbit in class and how the teacher and students react. The zine ends with a few cool bonus pages! We love supporting our youth zinesters and we hope you do too!
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!
We are. by Billy Bridwell
We are is a collection of illustrations by Billy Bridwell. Each illustration is paired with a short paragraph about who we are. This zine helps put in perspective all the folks we are surrounded by daily. It's a really beautiful zine. Order it today!
Faces by Billy Bridwell
This large zine titled Faces by Billy Bridwell contains 48 illustrated faces with words at the bottom. The drawings are intriguing and ask the reader to think deeply. "Included tips are a simple reminder to always stay true to yourself. Be aware of your surroundings and how you fit into them. This world can eat you alive, give yourself a fighting chance."
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Hairy Femme Mother Issue #3 by Jen Venegas
Hairy Femme Mother is a zine that uplifts the voices of queer femmes with body hair. While everyone has body hair, queer femmes can have different nuanced experiences with body hair. This zine also attempts to showcase queer hairy femmes of different identiies, including and especially femmes of color, trans femmes, and non-binary femmes.
This zine contains art, poetry, writing from 15 folks! Order this zine today!
Phx Zine Fest 2018 Vendor Collaboration Zine
16 vendors from the 2018 Phx Zine Fest published this collaborative work! It contains art about the zine fest and so many cacti drawings. Order this zine today to help support the next Phx Zine Fest!
DJARID of URK by Hali Morrison
This comic zine is a ten-page sequential story about the realities of death and taxes. Story and art by Clyde M. Church III. Dialogue and editing by Hali R. Morrison.
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Eternal Love & Understanding 4 Ever by Jessica Dzielinski
This visual treat of a zine is all about love and pleasure. It's 14 pages and Riso printed. It's a limited run of 45 and we only have five of them! Jessica Dzielinski is an Arizona illustrator and zine maker and we really love her work.
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Soooo Lame Issue #3 "Dreams" by Alex Moreno
This is a full-color art zine from Phoenix Arizona that contains photography, writing, illustrations, and drawings. The theme is "dreams" and this zine depicts what nightmares might look like, what reoccurring dreams are like, and more. It's a collaboration zine with art from 11 + creators.Make sure you order it today!
Straddle My Innocence by Sam Grant
Reading this collection of one-page comics is like walking through a colorful park and capturing snippets of conversations, where no amount of context will lesson the questions you’ll have about their lives and probably their motivations. I mean, have you ever heard someone hate gusty winds so much?? Order today!
View Master by Sam Grant
This zine is a collection of mini-comics spanning the unremembered scenes in Star War all the way to an all-knowing cheap plaster dinosaur. Things that are forgotten, missed, or misunderstood can be found here - including, of course, historical epitaphs likely within your obscure graveyard. Order Today!