Issue 12

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Bust: The Voice of the New Girl Order

Category: Issue 12, Reviews

Bust: The Voice of the New Girl Order It’s the 110-page fat issue of Bust, stomping all over body-image and stereotypes. Cute grrrl Janeane Garofalo’s smilin’ on the cover, and Bust just keeps getting impossibly juicier. There’s voluptuous body talk including “Hostile Makeover” by Kiley, “Take This Bra and Stuff It” by Nicki Miller, and […]

Cad’s Jizz Magazine

Cad’s Jizz Magazine Egads. Our man Cad is a hipster beatnik gangsta misogynist, and a self-hating Jew to boot. All of which would be fine, if he could write like Norman Mailer or Allen Ginsberg, two others who can be described as such. Unfortunately, he cannot. An example: “I was still in the phonebooth gettin […]

The Assassin & the Whiner

The Assassin & the Whiner In a lot of ways this comic reminds me (no offence to Carrie) of those Cathy cartoons, but it’s a whole lot edgier. It revolves around a young gay woman and her adventures (or lack of) in Maryland. With such stories as “When Did My Boobs Get Bigger?” and “Porn” […]

Chainsaw Teddybear

Chainsaw Teddybear In this small book of excellent poetry, one extraordinary work jumps out. “Elegy for TS”: “TS knew we behave like all fluids / Rain to the gutter / Like the air, moving toward areas / of lower pressure / He knew to respect the perfect fool / Articulated many an unspoken rule / […]

Cakewalk

Cakewalk A fine-art and pop-culture magazine started by the disgruntled former employees of such publications as New Art Examiner and the Chicago Reader. This is an excellent examination of contemporary artists and the modern art scene, attempting to explain the work in an intelligent way without over-conceptualizing. Issue #3 includes such interesting tidbits as a […]

The East Village Inky

The East Village Inky Ms. Halliday and her three-thumbed two-year old live in my old neighborhood, and everything she says about it is absolutely true. Her teenytiny apartment (where Stiv Bators used to live, apparently) is suddenly on the boutiquiest block in the area, and if anyone would know about neighborhood re-gentrification, it would be […]

Zipper Mouth (excerpts)

Stay Free

Ink Reader

Essential Media

Age of Sinnocence

The East Village INKY

SF99 Slam Team

sensitive little poetry boy

cain

HPRS

Bottle-Fed

Farm Pulp

Live Wild Or Die

Recycled Art

WORDWRIGHTS!

Gleet

Sub Dee

Nightwaves

Satin Annie

Cities and Committees

The Gaspereau Review

Loosend

Essential Oil: Things You Ought To Know

ellipse

My Post-Extinction Years

Mind of a Sailor & Other Poems

Perfect Waste Of Time

Mayakovsky

“The Factory Cards” and “This is Science Fiction”

Louis Riel

Spunky The Sperm

Howie Action Comics

Tupperware Sandpiper

Benzine

Red Alert

Red Alert

D

How to Build a Wall in 12 Easy Steps

New Pompeii #25

Filthy Lies

Brief Moments Of Inspiration

Trout

ARC: Canada’s National Poetry Magazine

Otaku

Tundra Kids

Simplified Complexity

XYZed

Breast Fed by Satellites

White Trash Debutante

Ache Fanzine

Pleasure Doll & Amyl Nitrate: A Bolshevik Pornography

Happy Nightmare Baby’s Greatest Hits

The Bleeding Pen

Moving Picture Views

Your Own Worst Enemy

Millennium Bugs

Catpeeps Official Catalogue

Teenage Revolution

The Cheerleader

Peace

Queen Street Quarterly

Helms alee!

One-Way Glass

CineZine

Folk Me Faster

Coupe

Taddle Creek

New Socialist

Jones Av

stay awake: cynical puissance

Of Clean Living

Art Metropole Retail Catalogue

Cult Hero

Dig 6

She’s Got Labe

Sock Swap

Dishes

Monsterbation

I’m a leaf. Don’t eat me.

Frond: The Zine That Grows On You

SKIN

Touch

Defiance! Redefining the Counterculture

Her Voice

Webber, According To The World

Paradigm

The Kids Can’t Sing

Bug Bottle

Desert Dreams

Cheesy Pin-ups

Shirtless Tattoo

Subliminal White Trash

The New Quarterly

Spike