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#6, $1, 5½ x 8¾, photocopied, 28 pgs.
By bradley

One thing – they have staplers at the copy shop, I used to use it, ya’ll might want to as well. That or a damned paper clip or something.

#31, $3.95, 8¼ X 10¾, color cover black and white print, 114 pgs.
By bradley

There’s an interview with Andrew W.K., who I saw pictures of, and heard about everywhere a month ago. I have yet to realize his music is playing at anytime I may or may not have been listening.

#71, free in person or p.o.p. through the mail, 11¼ X 15, black and white newspr
By bradley

All in all, this is on the up and up. Highly recommended.

#13, ??? 8 ½ x 11, newsprint
By Kristen K

I don’t mean to pick this apart so much, I think it’s just a clash of my thirty year-old punk self not getting these kids today.

#14, $4, 8 ½ x 11, newsprint, 96 pgs.
By Sean Carswell

I realized that the real problem was that the editor of this zine (who also conducted these interviews) couldn’t write a sentence if his life depended on it.

#1 & 2, $1, copied, 48 pgs. each
By Sean Carswell

In the end, I was glad that I’d kept reading. Pick Your Poison turned out to be a real gem of a zine.

#7, $2, 5 ½ x 8 ½, copied
By Maddy

Indeed, Low Hug is not horrible, but certainly not an interesting read.

#18, $1, 5 ½ x 8 ½” copied
By rich

Certainly worth the buck if you enjoy zines as a concept.

#6, $3.50, 8 ½ x 11, offset, 56 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

I’m inevitably always guaranteed to have one helluva frolicking, rollicking good time when reading this grandiose and groovy lil’ mag.

#7, $1, 5 ½ x 8 ½, copied, 28 pgs.
By Sean Carswell

Film Geek is what a zine should be: a photocopied collection of stuff written by people who have a genuine enthusiasm for something that otherwise would never be covered in print.

#3, $2
By Maddy

If punk rock and roll (a la Devil Dogs) is your thing, you might wanna get yourself a copy of the latest Fresh Rag.

#7, $1, pocket sized, photocopied, 62 pgs.
By bradley

Scratchy comics, good stories on the trip-ups of the younger years, reviews, and much more. Plus it fits in your pocket yo!

Unwanted Dead or Alive #6, $2.95, 8¼ X 10¾, color cover, offset, thick stock, 48
By bradley

Interviews with the likes of the Dropkick Murphys, and TSOL, and tail-kicking fighting styles. Aka the world brought to you by Drunken Master.

By Maddy

Peeing on Donny the Punk, briefly joining a “fascistic art band,” smoking A LOT of weed, meeting Mykel Board, hallucinating and thinking he’s Satan, then Jesus… Jimmy has quite the story to tell!

#1, free (but definitely toss him a buck or a couple of stamps to cover postage)
By Guest Contributor

Although this particular lil’ periodical obviously lacks humor and although some of the content is blatantly too dark and politically correct for my obnoxiously inebriated tastes, it’s still a thought-provoking and gut-wrenching read.

#14, $1, 5 ½ x 8 ½, copied
By Maddy

This issue is pretty dark – lots of stuff on depression, anger, feeling asexual, alcoholism… reading this was a little uncomfortable.

#1, $1 (free in Minneapolis), 8 ½ x 11, newsprint, 32 pgs.
By Sean Carswell

I ended up reading this zine cover to cover, and I recommend not only sending these folks a buck to check out their writing, but I also recommend swinging by the bookstore the next time you’re in Minneapolis.

#74, $3, 8 X 11, b/w and color guts w/ color cover, 44 pgs.
By Cuss Baxter

Organ is having a pretty hard time getting read in this house.

Split, $?, 5 1/2 X 8 1/2, copied, 28 pgs.
By Cuss Baxter

Split zines can be pretty cool, but they always freak me out a little...

#1, $?, 5 1/2 X 8 1/2, copied, 32 pgs.
By Cuss Baxter

The editor leads off with an “I hate zines” rant which I hope is ironic because she complains about spelling errors and in the same sentence spells “to” for “too.”

#2? (Spring 2001), $1, 5 1/2 X 8 1/2, copied, 44 pgs.
By Cuss Baxter

Here you might learn that Roland Kirk was hard bop and that Thelonious Monk is known for an extensive hat collection.

#4, $2, A4, offset, 72 pgs.
By Cuss Baxter

Somebody’s trying to build the MRR of Europe. And not doing too shabby a job.

#16, $1, A4, offset, 12 pgs.
By Cuss Baxter

You’ll breeze right through the thing without getting snagged on any forced adjectives or unfettered properisms.

Volume 1, Issue 2, $3 another buck for shipping, heavy stock, 30 pages.
By Megan Pants

Twisted, yes too, but funny.

$1, 8 1/2 X 11, xeroxed, 24 pgs.
By Cuss Baxter

I applaud and encourage Jimmy’s desire to write, but he strikes me as a sad wannabe.

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