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Today’s Zine Review: Love in the Bike Lane

Category: Carly Lewis, International Zine Month, News

As part of International Zine Month, we’ll be posting a zine review a day on our blog in July. Today’s zine review is from Issue 53 of Broken Pencil. Zine, Kate Dawson, loveinthebikelane.com The DIY spirit is alive, heartbroken and peddling about in this short zine that does its best to explore the relationships between […]

Q&A with Emily M. Keeler, Editor of Little Brother

Ed. Note: Emily Keeler will be speaking as part of the first-ever Broken Pencil Symposium for Indie Culture Makers on October 20, 2012 in Toronto. To learn more about the Symposium and register, please click here. Like the defiant younger sibling after whom Little Brother is named, the just-launched literary quarterly’s debut issue has seized […]

A Day at the Brooklyn Zine Fest

In a one-day-only DIY bonanza, the first annual Brooklyn Zine Fest substantiated the mighty charge that print is not dead. Also there were empanadas. The extravaganza took place at Public Assembly, the venue where Courtney Love reunited with Hole two nights prior (there’s a “dream of the ’90s” joke to be made here) and showcased […]

You Are Here

Handwritten and collaged, this set of zines is part homage, part how-to-guide to “thumbing a lift” across Canada and beyond. The author of the zine (54-years-old at time of writing) begins by acknowledging the contradictory nature of supporting hitchhiking while condemning the car, but gets that out of the way quickly enough to share some […]

Love in the Bike Lane

The DIY spirit is alive, heartbroken and peddling about in this short zine that does its best to explore the relationships between cyclists and their bicycles. “What is it that makes cyclists so attractive?” asks the author on the zine’s inside front cover introduction. “Certainly it’s not the helmet.” What follows is a small handful […]