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0002 ODNOM #0
7” x 8½”, $?, copied w/color cover, 44 pgs.
By Keith Rosson

0002 Odnom is a weird and often difficult compendium, mostly by anonymous authors, of pieces regarding technology and our response/dealing with it. 

$6.66, 6½” x 10¼”, offset, 66 pgs.
By Sean Arenas

This comic is not for the faint of heart as it graphically exploits the mental and physical decline of Tad Martin, resulting in the confrontational explosion of his marriage to a deranged drug-addicted party animal.

$2 or $3, 7” x 8½”, copied, 20 pgs.
By Robin Effup

In this issue of Arming the Stripper: Don’t Let the Dishes Crust, Dylan talks less about stripping and more about navigating the difficult yet liberating harsh truths of self-discovery.

£2.50, 8½” x 12”, 36 pgs.
By Jimmy Alvarado

Crammed into this all-U.K. themed installment are interviews with Discharge, Die, Violent Reaction, Thirty Six Strategies, Stay Clean Jolene, The No Marks, Bloodbuzz, Broken Cogs, Arms Race, and Tadpole Records, plus some reportage on some U.K. events of recent history.

$8, 5½” x 8½”, copied, 64 pgs.
By Sean Arenas

Gennis’s journalistic, fact-spouting voice is replaced by mostly wordless panels and an autobiographical narrative about suicide. The stretching acres of farmland scarred by train tracks create a lonesome atmosphere for Gennis’s journey to an ex-lover’s grave. 

$?, 5½” x 8½”, copied, 46 pgs.
By Tricia

Inside this multi-media zine are stories and poetry from two different authors, ranging from a tale of enlightenment through physical violence to a woman’s face being disfigured by acid.  

$? or trade, 4” x 5½”, copied, 44 pgs.
By Robin Effup

Identity, DIY shows, anarchy, language, traveling, trash food, you know… punk shit. 

$7, glossy cover, bound, 28 pgs.
By Camylle Reynolds

A cheerfully gross adult coloring book that will make you want to pull out your broken crayons and dry sharpies and start coloring! Don’t worry about staying in the lines, though. 

$?, 5½” x 8½”, 38 pgs.
By Camylle Reynolds

Cry Zine is a compilation from different artists on anything related to crying. And the boundaries seem limitless. It varies from excruciatingly intimate details, stories, photos, comics, illustrations, and music, to the most obscure examples.

$4 or trade, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, copied, 24 pgs.
By Kurt Morris

If Maximum Rock’n’roll was a BMX zine, Dead Sailin would be the West Virginia scene report. The whole zine is about BMX culture in the wild and wonderful state. 

$5, 8½ x 11”, 16 pgs.
By Camylle Reynolds

Degenerate offers interviews with artists, musicians (sometimes punk and sometimes not), with music and book reviews, pictures, musings, and the like. 

$5, 8 ½” x 11”, printed, 52 pgs.
By Kurt Morris

It’s definitely a magazine for men—dudes, if you will. There are good interviews with Dan Vapid (The Methadones) and The Dwarves, as well as looking at issues of poverty. But on the other hand, there is an article called “Fresh Tits” about new female reporters in the NFL.

$5, 8½” x 11”, printed, 52 pgs.
By Michael T. Fournier

The articles in this St. Louis zine written on Ferguson—one earnestly titled “Ferguson and the Festering Wounds of Structural Inequality”— would be easier to swallow if its content didn’t feature, among other things, repeated referrals to women as whores.

EARTH FIRST!, June/July 2015
$6.50, 8 ½” x 11”, offset, 72 pgs.
By Steve Hart

This issue of Earth First has a theme about incarceration and the prison system. There are many more articles on the Tar Sands blockades, the loss of Border Wild Lands due to the U.S. policy of “Prevention by Deterrence,” book reviews, puzzles, and letters to the editor. 

$4 ppd., 5½” x 7”, copied, 34 pgs.
By Simon Sotelo

A collection of short and sweet one-to-two page comics just about going to shows in Portland, OR. The zine is prefaced as a semi-swan song zine that includes an unusual amount of pages, getting as much as possible out there before he leaves on hiatus. 

$?, 4¼” x 5½”, copied, 24 pgs.
By Michael T. Fournier

I’m sure the people who run the label that shares the name with this “fan zine” are indeed fans of the stuff they put out, but let’s call a spade a spade, folks, and say that this is a catalogue.

$3, 5½” x 8½”, copied, 60 pgs.
By Simon Sotelo

From his kooky first boss, to road trips with acquaintances, to falling asleep in the same room as a knife-wielding maniac, these anecdotes have a lot of rich character. 

$5, 5½” x 8½”, offset, 76 pgs.
By Steve Hart

Fluke#12 is a comic zine, detailing the life of an artist named Bobby Madness, who lived in the Lower East Side of Manhattan when he was fourteen and fifteen years old.

GAD! #1
stamps or donation, 8” x 11”, copied, 18 pgs.
By Robin Effup

Classic punk fanzine. GAD! fucking rules!

GAD! #2
stamps or donation, 8½” x 11”, copied, 20 pgs.
By Keith Rosson

GAD! focuses almost exclusively on the local scene of Gadsden, Alabama, with show reviews, record reviews of local bands, and interviews with filmmaker Ben Farley and the band Latin For Truth.

GAD! #3
stamps or donation, 8 ½” x 11”, copied, 20 pgs.
By Kurt Morris

This issue has coverage of such diverse topics as the band Justify These Scars, Unsane Asylum Records, the film Hide And Creep, the comic book Halloween Man, and a live review of X and Blondie in Nashville.

GAD! #4
stamps or donation, 8½” x 11”, copied, 18 pgs.
By Rev. Norb

GAD!—despite a name that sounds like a Billy Childish project and/or trans-Atlantic MAD parody, it’s actually devoted to the breezy comings and goings of the Gadsden, AL scene.

GAD! #6
stamps or donation, 8½” x 11”, copied, 20 pgs.
By Michael T. Fournier

It’s nice to see regionalism is alive and well: the folks who do this zine are from Alabama and cover their state about as extensively as I’ve seen anywhere as of late.

GAD! #7
stamps or donation, 8” x 11”, copied, 18 pgs.
By Robin Effup

It is like Mad Magazine mixed with a Cretins of Distortion of the south. Bands you’ve never heard but should hear, weird art, cool interviews with film makers and comic book artist Dean Trippe.

$4, 4¼” x 5½”, copied, 44 pgs.
By Indiana Laub

This cute little quarter-size zine begins with an introduction to author Annie Soga’s personal relationship with ginger, segues into a brief rundown of ginger’s history and medicinal properties, and then gets into the real content: a couple dozen thorough reviews of some of the varieties of ginger beer and ginger ale that can be found in New York City.

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