Still more zines from Keight
From Here to Lawrence, Kansas by Katrina Linda, 2004.
Amtrak-ing it to northwest zine fests and ending up in Kansas.
A Girl and Her Bike #6 by Angie Dueck, 1998.
Clever weirdness in couplets.
Glosspot #2 by Jen Sbragia, 2004.
"...a few comics I have been saving up, plus some photographs, and even some personal journal-ish things, just for the sake of pretentious self-importance. heh. Just kidding. Sorta."
Good Faerie #12, by Gretchen, 1996?
Bisexual Mormon, sock survey results.
How I Learned to do IT Bloody Murder, by Heather Lynn.
Fiction about a stay in a mental hospital.
Icecreamstar #1, by Elsa Pires, 1994.
Interviews with tons of European bands.
Ich Heisse Amerika #11, by Mollie, 1999.
Homeschooled lesbian teen.
If You Were Here We Would Be Best Friends, by Suzanne and Ally, 2000.
Letters between two would-be best friends.
From the Zine Maker
New-to-us Library of Congress Subject Headings
Softies (Musical group).
Sound--Recording and reproducing--Handbooks, manuals, etc.