Today's zines cataloged include:
- The (Not So) Glamorous (Okay, Maybe a Little Bit) Life of the Zine Intern by Erin Elzi
- Simply Something About Me
- Soliloquy #3 by Kristen Braun
- Some Thoughts by Chris Boarts
- Some Yoga Asanas for Gynaecological Health by Lin & Lisa
- Something Catchy Here #2 by blakslee
- The Sound of the Hollow #1 by Nova
- Sourpuss #8 by Sara McCool
- South by Alessandra Naccarto
- [space] by Moira Clunie
- Sparkly Angel Zine #1 by Sara Berry
- Speranza #8 by Chantal
- Spime #1 by Suzanne Baumann
The Health issue of sex ed comic Not Your Mother's Meatloaf is now available for download from the publisher's website (pdf).
Another reason to love author Clementine Cannibal:
now that i've been making zines for a long time, i'm pretty well known, and i want to say once and for all that no grrrl should ever be scared to approach me, contact me or try to be friends with me. i love grrrls and i want to be your friend. i want to read your zine. i will not make fun of it. i don't care if you have typos. i don't care if you spell shit wrong or the photocopier cut shit off the sides. i'm happy when any grrrl makes media, because grrrls are systematically silenced and i refuse to take part in that silencing.
Nefarious Doings in Revisionist Tourist Attractions
A Series of Mother-Daughter Photo Zines from Hong Kong
Day 4: Cheung Chau
Political activist and author Vikki Law and her 5-year-old daughter use photography to document their travels in Hong Kong.
Three itsy-bitsy one-page-folding-zines by Marissa Falco, a long-time favorite zinester of ours, as well as a generous zine donor. (Zine donor--that sounds a little like it's a body-part donation, and in a way it is.)
This zine is undated, but we're guessing mid-1990s from the lack of an email address. Great clip art choices from Amalia Levari, whose creative outlets nowadays seem to include tweeting bus haiku.
Slow Leek #19
"Being zine writers, and thus uncomfortable in social settings, our conversations were on the shy side."
Written and drawn by Columbia alumna Megan Gendell, this is a tiny illustrated one-page-folding-zine.