I remember from elementary school that June 14th is Flag Day, hence the title of this post.
Image from Molly's Blog.
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.