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Category: Issue 37, Reviews

More and more, Rue Morgue magazine’s monthly Cinemacabre screening series seems like one of the more important archival film events on the go. On the third Thursday of nearly every month, at Toronto’s Bloor Cinema, the Rue crew manages to unearth rare print after rare print of little-seen horror flicks, panned or ignored on initial […]

The Steamroller

In the world of MySpace, this is a great site for those of us looking for good underground musicians and their sites. They currently have an indie band contest (vote now!) with accessible links to bands’ music and sites. Unfortunately this ezine is in desperate need of contributors and readers. Check it out and support […]

The F-Word

This is a feminist ezine with paper copies available. It doesn’t lack for interesting interviews with famous feminists like Gloria Steinem and Bitch (formerly of queercore act Bitch and Animal). The Crafty Alley links to a write-up on knitting, complete with an easy project and DIY gardening, is a neat idea. Definitely not an angry […]

The Summer of Hate

The Summer of Hate is a Swedish punk rock ezine by fan, writer, and artist Karl Backman. At points overly ranty, it thoroughly documents the Sex Pistols’ Scandinavian appearances, among other things. There are a fair number of interviews conducted by Backman over the years, including one from 1985 with the Subhumans when Backman was […]

Grave Concerns

Going since 1999, Grave Concerns is an evergrowing ezine dedicated to darkwave, goth rock, industrial, EBM, metal, post-punk and several other genres that appeal to darker and heavier tastes. Run simply for the love of the music, Grave Concerns is updated on a weekly basis and is the go-to place for news updates on record […]


“You don’t have to be anti-man to be pro-woman.” This quote by Jane Galvin Lewis is one that welcomes visitors to Girlspeak, a web-based literary and art ezine that features work from girls ages 12 to 22, though age is not a barrier when it comes to the issues and interests these young women are […]

Fall of Autumn


Acid Logic

No Quarter: An Anarchist Zine About Pirates

A Dress A Day

The Groovy Age of Horror

Donovan Woods, The Hold Up

Innes Wilson, ha

The Wednesday Society, Making New Friends

The Vores, Moment of Uncertainty

Various Artists, We Are More

Various Artists, Rheostatics Tribute — The Secret Sessions

Various Artists, Friends in Bellwoods

Various Artists, Poem for Peace in Many Voices, volume 1

Green Go

Ghostbitch, Cassette

Sandy Foster, Caramelize

Finger Eleven, Them vs. You vs. Me

Mike Evin, Let’s Slow It Down

Elbow Beach Surf Club, Self-titled

Dinosaur Jr., Beyond


The 2007 Griffin Poetry Prize Anthology

Municipal Mind: Manifestos for the Creative City

Generation What? Dispatches From The Quarter-Life Crisis

Going Postal: Rage, Murder and Rebellion: From Regan’s Workplace to Clinton’s Columbine and Beyond

Monster Island Three

Next Exit Volume 1

Why Can’t I Be Normal?

Vampire Royalty: The Rebellion

Teddy Bear Cannibal Massacre

Tattoo This Madness In

The Milk Chicken Bomb

It’s Too Late to Say I’m Sorry

Badass Horror

In and Down

Hiding Out

Families are Formed Through Copulation

Delible Fiction

The Convictions of Leonard McKinley

All In Together Girls

The East Village INKY Travel



Cerebral Parade no 3

Jesus the Non-denominational Robot no 1


The Adventures of Dat Williams: Episode 1

Ulik: le petit phoque

Agricola St.’zine

I Remember These Places When They Used to Exist

Fake Life

ryan fitzpatrick’s bad shit!


Murderous Signs

At some point after you’ve looked up

the awkward alligator

Last Legs #1, The Grandpa Issue

Prevailing Nonsense


Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet

From Idle Hands The Devil’s Work

The Year Of The Kaet: Confessions of a Bohemian Sellout

I Really Stepped In It This Time

A Danger To Themselves and other mini comics

Criminally Yours

Splattered Earth


The Continuing Misadventures of Gurgle MacLeod

it’ll happen

Prisoner Of The Clockwork Cannibals!

Little blue world

Shebytches: What It Means To Be A Bytch!

Big Fucking Deal

Backpage: Pictorial Profile: Tim Lieder

Goldstein on Goldstein: Animals, Nature, God and Goldstein

Deleted Zines: Digging the dirt on ex-zinesters

Editor’s Note

Zine Philosophy Gender and the horror genre

Brett Alexander Savory

The Photography of Matt White

Tipping the Scales

Randal Isaac’s Suicide

Flame Retarded

Things I Don’t Remember

The Haircut

Smile, Hon, You’re in Baltimore

Summer Ink

Location: California

Girls, Women, and Enjoyment of the Horror Genre

Getting Regional in the Red Shed

Prairie Jaunt

Product of the Issue, Zombie Portraits

Down, Under Ground: Sticky and Aussie Zine Culture