Sunday, 15 January 2012

Zine News Round Up: 15.01.12


1. Zine Releases
2. Upcoming Events
3. Submission Calls
4. Distro News
5. AOB (Any Other Business)


1. Zine Releases
 - We Heart Lisa Simpson is now available!  A zine dedicated to a “feminist icon”.  More info here!
 - Disregarded London, a zine filled with
photographic mixed media images of forgotten spaces in LondonMore info on etsy.
 - Sky Nash has released two new zines this month: My Phone Hates Me #2, and The Mallades.  More info about both can be found at Sky’s etsy shop.
 - Miles Better: A Guide To Glasgow, is a guide to Marceline’s favourite places in Glasgow.  Buy a copy on etsy.
 - Black Sunday #2, a metal/horror zine, is out now! Get your copy here.
 - Theodore Knuckle #1, a comic zine about a lonely midnight DJ!  For more info, or to buy a copy, visit Hannah’s Folksy store.

2. Upcoming Events
 - Girls Get Busy 1st Birthday Party: 31st January 2012, 9pm onwards at The Alibi, London.  Riot Grrrl karaoke, with a free party bag for everyone who participates!  More info here.
- Bristol Radical Zine Fest: 12th February 2012, 12 til 6pm at Kebele Community, Co-Op. Want to apply for a table? Email with a bit about who you are and what you’ll be selling before 8th January 2012.

3. Submission Calls
 - Tiny Doodles zine is looking for people to submit a page of doodles for its second issue.  Any topic is welcome.  More info can be found here.
 - Brown Paper Bundles is a website dedicated to distributing 2D art for free to the general public. Submit your art work by sending an email to

4. Distro News
 - Marching Stars has had a big update,  with new zines in stock!  If you order over 12 zines in January, get 20% off your entire order!
- Princesa Pirata has nine new zines in the distro!
- Vampire Sushi has a nice new layout, and every order in the month of January gets a free vampire sushi poster!

5. AOB
 - Sarah Tea Rex has turned her zine, I Am Not The Rain (a zine about life after childhood sexual abuse)
 into a video story that can be viewed online for free.  I highly recommend giving it a watch, though some may find it upsetting or triggering.

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