Issue 11

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Book Your Own Fucking Life

Category: Issue 11, Reviews

Book Your Own Fucking Life Maximum Rock-N-Roll and the Amoeba Collective present the ultimate DIY resource guide, coming straight at ya from East Palo Alto, CA. Truly useful and fun to read, imagine that! There’s155 pages of listings and descriptions from across the globe, of course it is pretty US-heavy, but not obnoxiously so… The […]

Hey, Cabbie! A New York Cab Driver’s Million Miles Behind the Wheel

Hey, Cabbie! A New York Cab Driver’s Million Miles Behind the Wheel Evan Ginzberg, zinester and NYC public radio raconteur, has transcribed the stories his dad, Arthur, told to a tape recorder while he was dying of cancer. “It took me over 10 years before I could handle listening to the tapes,” Evan writes in […]

25 Simple Things You Can Do To Keep Your Money From The Corporations

25 Simple Things You Can Do To Keep Your Money From The Corporations I liked this 25 Simple… better than the other 25 Simple I reviewed in this issue. There should be more zines focusing on why we shouldn’t let the corporations swallow up small indie projects. Page one is only a statement “you are […]

25 Simple Things You Can Do To Get The Word Out About Your Independent Project

25 Simple Things You Can Do To Get The Word Out About Your Independent Project Spearheaded by the statements, “Plan your work. Work you plan.” Jeffrey Yamaguchi attempts to inspire even the most lackadaisical zinesters and indie culture people among us to better promote our projects. Be proud and be loud, he tells us, using […]

Zine World

Zine World I can’t think of a single reason why you haven’t already sent these folks your zine. With Factsheet Five gone, this is yankee-zine headquarters, and it seems to welcome its Canuck cousins warmly. And frankly, though not as exhaustive as the old warhorse that was the Five, ZW feels closer to the ground, […]

Spinal Wax Pipes

Spinal Wax Pipes Laura Joy’s new book of poetry is pain-packed. That’s not an insult. It’s a statement of fact. These poems are painful but oddly compelling. For example: “nails by vladimir// pain/ drives me/ into living/ more coarse/ than nails/ by/ antique/ impalers/ steering/ wheels”. Or “i don’t like him/& that’s good/ – gives […]

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Wrestling Then and Now

Old School Beat

Primordial Soup Kitchen

Underdog Zine

Indigo

Tillinghast’s Moribund Fairy_Tales

Global Mail

Changing Una

Goldie the Friendly Weasel

Sivullinen

Nightwaves

New Muse of Contempt

Velocity

emoRAGEi

the photographer’s shadow

Mastock

Swizland

Palookaville

Mr. Swiz

Disgruntled Postal Worker

Vice

Scrivener Creative Review

Louis Riel

La Revue des Animaux

Tonight you’ll have a filthy dream

Projects Pointfarm

Slander

kiss off

Elevate Me Later

The Stupid Journey: Thumbing the Canadian Wasteland

Rhododendron

Magic & Corn

Gymp

Here And There

A Retrospective Look at What He Did After He Committed Suicide

Anar-Comics

Highgrader Magazine

Static_toe

Lunchmeat Daydreams

Spank!

Melt the Snow

Tupperware Sandpiper

Eulogistics

Shy Girl

Bill/ Resonating Transparent/ Under A Slowly Spinning Sun

Agent X

Canadian Children’s Literature

Radio Free Elvis

DA 44

Mental Magazine

Ultra-Violet: The Sun Is Not Your Enemy

Six lies about the group of seven

School Dayz: The Misadventures of Jason Soup

Exit!

Folk_ME_Faster

Crabby Ol’ Bag

Our Times: Canada’s Independent Labour Magazine

Intangible

Anonymous Juice

A Puddle to Call My Own

Mad Cow

The Street Post

Alone In The Bathroom He Removed His Shirt

The Cheerleader

The Spirit of Kensington

The Bibliofantasiac

Hugh’s Cafe: A Conversation

Southern Africa Report

Red & Black Notes

Visual Fields From Loose Boots

Lola

Alias

Ultra Sommy & Rudy: Wipe That Blood Off Your Hands

Language Lessons

Sources

The Results Of The Autopsy: 13 Little Love Stories

Holiday In The Sun

Perpetual Motion Machine

2: Love

Jones Av.

Throat Flower

Antagonist

M@B – Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition

Sunburn #11:Beyond Words

Tart

Herizons: Women’s News and Feminist Views

Double Shift _ Ladies Home Journal of Feminist Activism

Independence News

Briarpatch

BlackFlash

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