Sunday, 12 May 2013

Zine News Round-Up: 12.05.13


1. Zine Releases
2. Upcoming Events
3. Submission Calls
4. Distro news
5. AOB


1. Zine Releases
- The first issue of The Northern Bullet Fanzine is available to read for free online here:
Issue 26 of the UK horror fanzine Necronomicon is out on Etsy, with a big feature on Whitbys Bram Stoker International Film Festival. - Let us know if we’ve missed anything -!

2. Upcoming Events
- Bradford Baked Zines: A Popup Zine Shop - 13th to 18th May, 13 Market Street, Bradford.  Lots of details at their website:
- Alternative Press Fair: 1st June, 1 Albert Road, London.  For more details, including how to apply for a table, check out

3. Submission Calls
- Kat W is looking for reviews, essays, quotes and artwork for her Stephen King fanzine, titled ‘Death Is When The Monsters Get You’.  For more info, email
- Girls Get Busy zine is always looking for feminist-themed writing and artwork to feature in upcoming issues! You can submit to the zine by emailing your work to girlsgetbusyzine @
- Poor Lass, a zine about working class women, is looking for submissions for its second issue!  More info at
- If you have any art that you want to put out into the world please feel free to submit them to Brown Paper Bundles! Get in touch at thechickencoop @
Lee is putting together a compzine on bereavement and grief.  If you'd like to contribute any prose, poetry, art etc., forward them to Lee at losborne74 @  More info at
- Pandora Press, a feminist compzine from Swansea, are looking for submissions for their 6th issue! The theme is body.  More info at

- Submissions wanted for a fanzine titled 'Sonorus: Feminist Perspectives on Harry Potter'! Lots of info over at the website:

4. Distro News
- Marching Stars Distro is off hiatus, and has had a big redesign! Woo!
- Lots more zines in stock at Vampire Sushi Distro!
- New stock at Princesa Pirata Distro!
SW Zines website updated with new zines:

5. AOB

Broken Pencil (Canada's magazine of zines and indie culture) recently launched an iOS and Android app, The Nub: Indie Arts Hub. The app provides readers with a stream of content from participating independent arts and culture magazines: columns, poems, short stories, essays, interviews, profiles, book/zine reviews, comics and rants.  The app is free for a limited time - more info at
- Feminist magazine Spare  Rib is relaunching!

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