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$3 or trade, 5 ½” x 8 ¼”, photocopied, 20 pgs.
By Nighthawk

A quick read; the title of this zine says it all.

GENEVA13 #16
$3 (?),5 ½” x 8 ½”, copied, 60 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

Geneva13, is an unequivocal example of the potential of zines. It’s smart, warm, community-minded, democratic, well laid out, and each issue I learn several things.

$2.50, photocopied, 5 ½” x 8 ½”
By Craven

This is a well-drawn mini comic full of humorous surrealistic weirdness.

$4, newsprint, 8 ½” x 11 ½”, 36 pgs.
By Steve Hart

After growing up in Michigan, I wasn’t expecting to find a long-running anarchist magazine to emerge from there. Shows what I know, I guess.

$4, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, 44 pgs.
By Matt Average

You can tell the people involved are really into the music they cover, which is mostly on the grind and thrash (fastcore) side.

$?, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, copied, 20 pgs.
By Katie Dunne

This two volume zine looks into the experiences of an East Asian woman attempting to work out issues with ethnic heritage, abuse, and how to negotiate respect and consent within her love life.

$5, 8 ½” x 5 ½”, photocopied, ? pgs.
By Kurt Morris

This is an unusual zine, but one that I wouldn’t mind having put out. I say that because it’s very unique but focuses entirely on one person, which, in the zine world, I imagine is a great honor.

CONGO, THE: A EUROPEAN INVENTION (A Simple History Series #9)
$4, 5½” x 4”, offset, 52 pgs.
By Keith Rosson

Overall, this is a great effort that does an impressive job of showcasing the fact that Sub-Saharan Africa has, for hundreds of years, been almost constantly sundered by colonialism and exploitation...

$3, printed, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, 64 pgs.
By Steve Hart

There are also a couple features on visiting the dentist and the horrors of a root canal. Having teeth problems for most of my life, I squirmed in my chair, knowing how painful the procedure is.

photocopied, 5 ½” x 8 ½”
By Craven

It’s charming fun and sloppy as hell.

$5, Xeroxed, 8 ½” x 11 ½”, 58 pgs.
By Steve Hart

Here’s a new zine from Oregon that looks pretty promising.

$?, 6” x 8 ¼”, photocopied, 36 pgs.
By Nighthawk

Opinions are also expressed on such world issues as overpopulation and third world hunger, someone reports on the punkest festival in Europe (Aste Nagusia), and Busterman enjoys spending time with Bicycle For A Face Man in the form of a comic.

BLACK PETALS #56 and #57
8 ½” x 11”, photocopied, 2 pgs.
By Craven

These two one-sheet zines both start out talking about myth and legend (The Boogeyman, Samhain) and then wrap it up by recommending a horror movie.

AVOW #25
$3 ppd., 5 ½” x 8 ½”, copied, 40 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

Part cheerleader, part cynic, part ashamed, Keith’s a seeker and Avow’s a record of that.

$?, 8 ½” x 5 ½”, 20 pgs.
By Dave Brainwreck

If I’m gonna read a fanzine, I’d rather have it be a forty-something punk putting fake personal ads in Slug & Lettuce to fuck with people, then printing the hilarious results, over someone asking Mikey Erg who his favorite drummer is, you know?

5 ½” x 8 ½”, copied, 19 pgs.
By Steve Hart

We Live in a Van describes life on the road and observations from inside the van while they hurtle down the road.

offset, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, 32 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

They cover their scene with an infectious passion, smashing the stereotype of ska fans as out-of-step, apolitical dorks.

$1, 8 ½” x 11”, copied, 8 pgs.
By Kurt Morris

The first issue of this full-size zine from Yorba Linda, California has show reviews, a tour journal with a member of the band Tiny Lungs, an interview with The Henry Clay People, and record reviews.

email for price, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, copied, 50 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

A much more effective review would just be a reprint of several pages of Rum Lad because I have a hard time explaining how outrageously illustrated and detailed Steve Larder’s zines are.

$2, 10” x 15”, newsprint, 20 pgs.
By Kurt Morris

Profane Existence certainly gives Maximum Rocknroll a run for their money in the newsprint-on-the-fingers category.

color, 8⅛” x 11½”, 140 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

I can’t read a word of this magazine, but am pleased to report that the sampler CD of European punk speaks the international language of Circle Pit.

7” x 8 ½”, offset, 44 pgs.
By Juan Espinosa

A very well constructed fanzine which features a new interview with Tesco Vee (Meatmen) and John Brannon (Negative Approach, Laughing Hyenas), a dissection of Bruce Springsteen’s catalog (sorry, folks, but if you’re a fan of the Boss, I can’t relate), some short stories, and even a compilation CD which is enclosed in a pocket on the back cover (neat!).

$3, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, copied, color cover, 53 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

Tired of the websites pedaling audio transfat? Wary of soft-rock clock punchers? Hunt down Learning to Surf and seek out Mike Faloon’s writing.

$3, 5 ½ x 8 ½, copied, color cover, 53 pgs.
By Joe Evans III

Mike Faloon has been writing about punk rock for a long time, so it’s only natural that he’d eventually write a zine about enjoying punk rock as you get older.

$?, 5 ½” x 8”, 32 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

This Australian zine seems to me the pop punk equivalent to Florida’s mighty hardcore zine Seven Inches to Freedom.

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