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Woodiness T. Scatological [userpic]
Short Run!
by Woodiness T. Scatological (mr_sadhead)
at August 10th, 2011 (07:48 am)

There is still time and there is still time to sign up for this, or to make plans to attend. Short Run: a small press event -- November 12th, at the VERA Project.


X-posted to a whole buncha places, sorry for f-list duplications.

the girl with the dayglo heart [userpic]
My zines are back! x-posted a bit
by the girl with the dayglo heart (slfcllednowhere)
at June 21st, 2010 (09:25 pm)

current location: Capitol Hill, Seattle
current mood: excited
current song: They Might Be Giants - Till My Head Falls Off | Powered by Last.fm

So I am pleased to report I am back in stock with all issues of both my art/lit zine Ephemera and perzine Plaid Skirts & Converse, finally. Looking for people interested in copies, either by purchase or trade (I know I owe some people trades from forever ago and I'll be getting to all of those shortly). Oh, I'm also looking for submissions of whatever you want to the next issue of Ephemera (ephemerazine @ gmail.com). Sites are here:
Plaid Skirts & Converse
There's also stuff on both Myspace and Facebook (links on the site) and copies are available on Etsy as well if you prefer. I totally love trades and should be doing a better job staying on top of them now:
P.O. Box 95974
Seattle, WA 98145-2974

the blood jet is poetry/there is no stopping it [userpic]
Zines on Facebook! + call for submissions
by the blood jet is poetry/there is no stopping it (frustratednsad)
at August 27th, 2009 (08:36 pm)

current mood: sleepy

Hello! I am pleased to report that my zines now have pages on Facebook:
Plaid Skirts & Converse

Become a fan to get up-to-the-minute news on what's happening with them.

Also! I am looking for submissions of anything at all for the next issue of Ephemera. If you've sent me something in the past I might not have it with me right now (moved cross-country and don't have a lot of our stuff yet) so feel free to e-mail something new. No theme for this issue so it's open to anything.

And I still have issues of Plaid Skirts & Converse #1 ready to go, $3 or trade to
Plaid Skirts & Converse
P.O. Box 95974
Seattle, WA 98145-2974
(I know I still owe a few trades but I have those ready to go now and getting out in the next couple of days.

Woodiness T. Scatological [userpic]
24 hr Zine Challenge?
by Woodiness T. Scatological (mr_sadhead)
at July 9th, 2009 (08:18 am)

Is anybody else partaking of this one? I'll be there, grinding out another 24 hour comic if I can stand the pace. --MC

24-Hour Zine Challenge July 18-19

Calling all comic artists, writers and zinesters! Do you want to hunker down in ZAPP, our zine archive, for a 24-hour marathon of zine-making, extreme coffee drinking and, perhaps, ghost sightings (you do know Hugo House is haunted, right)?

On Saturday, July 18, 10 a.m.�Sunday, July 19, 10 a.m., Hugo House hosts the 24-Hour Zine Challenge, an all day and night zine-making extravaganza. Participation is free, although registration is required.

For more information, contact ZAPP at zapp@hugohouse.org or call (206) 322-7030.

Jen Robinson [userpic]
Free Zine programs @ the Library!
by Jen Robinson (jentifer)
at June 19th, 2009 (05:22 pm)

Hello darling zinesters,

This is just a short and sweet little plug for all of the zine programs that SPL is doing this summer, part of the Summer Reading Program! You can find a calendar with all of the events here:

We're doing EIGHT Zinery 101 programs and the University branch is having zine drop in hours throughout the summer.

My branch, Capitol Hill, is hosting our Zinery 101 workshop on Monday, June 22nd. That's this coming Monday! That's soon! Lucy Morehouse (Ong Ong Press) is going to provide the entertainment and gummi snacks, as well as clip art, glue sticks, paper, pens and other goodies. It's a good intro to zine making, if you want to bring a friend who hasn't made one before. Of if you're just looking for a space to work for 2 hours, that's cool, too. We'll photocopy everyone's work so everyone will go home with their own little collection.

Registering would be nice of you, since we'll know how much stuff to prepare, but if you can't, don't sweat it. RSVP by calling the library @ 684-4715

WHEN: 5-7pm on Monday, June 22nd
WHERE: Capitol Hill branch @ 425 Harvard Ave East (behind the QFC); parking is available for free in the downstairs garage - neat!

Woodiness T. Scatological [userpic]
Pilot Books
by Woodiness T. Scatological (mr_sadhead)
at June 1st, 2009 (11:00 am)

A brand-new bookstore specializing in local publications has just opened: Pilot Books.
It's located upstairs in the Alley on Broadway, 219 Broadway E.
It's owned and operated by a nice woman named Summer who is planning to open the tiny space up to art shows and readings, and who is selling locally produced books (and I hope soon she will have a selection of zines and comix available. She seems to be receptive to the idea of carrying local zines.).
Everybody who mourns the loss of independent bookstores in our area (after the passing of Fallout and Confounded) should check this place out.

the blood jet is poetry/there is no stopping it [userpic]
Plaid Skirts & Converse Issue #1 x-posted (sorry)
by the blood jet is poetry/there is no stopping it (frustratednsad)
at May 21st, 2009 (07:53 am)

current mood: accomplished
current song: Mose Allison - Stand By

Hi there, you might know me from my zine Ephemera. Well, I've just come out with the first issue of my new perzine, Plaid Skirts & Converse. This issue is on my experience doing NaNoWriMo last year and it's available at my Etsy shop or you can Paypal $3.50 to quinn @ tmbg.org or send money or a trade to

Plaid Skirts & Converse
PO Box 95974
Seattle, WA 98145-2974

I know I owe a couple of you trades and I'll be sending those out today. You can also add us on Myspace!

seattle zine event?
by Mandy (mandypoet)
at March 29th, 2009 (11:09 pm)

Hello, Seattle zinesters. I was at a poetry event the other night--Untitled [Intersection] at the Phinney Neighborhood Center--and was giving away my zines, and people were really into it.  It got me thinking that it would be fun to be able to meet other zinesters.  I mostly just hang out at home making my zine.  Would anybody be interested in doing some kind of zine event, like a collaborative reading and/or opportunity for tabling, etc?  There is info about me and my zines here.  I teach up at Edmonds Community College, and it would be easy to get access to space up here, but I dunno if folks would want to head north.  The Phinney Ctr was a cool venue and even has a big parking lot.  Anyway, just throwing something out there if anyone is reading this!

but it goes on and on until we disappear [userpic]
Know any queer rural zines? x-post (if this doesn't belong/breaks rules, sorry; tell me&I'll delete)
by but it goes on and on until we disappear (angstypenguin)
at December 24th, 2008 (01:31 pm)

current mood: hopeful

Sorry if this doesn't belong here, but my friend Jenna (a.k.a. trashcan_chica) needs some help:

"does anyone know of any queer zines about living in rural areas or going to rural areas?

any help/pointing in the right direction would be amazing. i went through the whole Queer Zine Archive and couldn't really find anything.

jenna b

p.s. i just got a wordpress site, sassyfrasscircus.com!"

Her (AIM) away message also says: "is looking for zines about/by members of radical queer ANTI-URBAN communities, so if you know of any..."

So please comment if you can help at all; thanks. :]


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