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GENEVA13 #18
$3, $2, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, copied, 60 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

The cornerstone of G13 is its in-depth interviews, which take up the bulk of this issue. These interviews cover the entire lifecycle of apples: from seedlings, through blossoming, from harvest to farmers markets, road-side stands, and supermarkets.

$3, 8 ½” x 7”, 48 pgs.
By Kurt Morris

Some of the pictures are really great and they span approximately a dozen years and all over the United States (as well as Indonesia).

$4, offset, 7 ½” x 10 ½”, 48 pgs.
By CT Terry

Long-running anti-authoritarian magazine gives a radical perspective on education in this issue.

$1, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, photocopied, 22 pgs.
By Rene Navarro

Within are some travel stories that see our narrator trek through Chile and Argentina, a short (true) story, cool pictures, and some music reviews.

$.50, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, photocopied, 42 pgs.
By Rene Navarro

If I understand the gist of this thing I’m holding, it’s a “photo zine.”

$2, 8½” x 11”, photocopied, 30pgs.
By James Meier

The zine takes the stance that cars are burdens on society and the entire planet, green or not.

$3, 8 ½” x 5 ½”, copied, 28 pgs.
By Keith Rosson

Danielle’s perspective provides a pretty fascinating and articulate look at a club’s inner workings.

$6, 10” x 7½”, offset, 52 pgs.
By Keith Rosson

The first issue of Animal Kingdom is a comic anthology that, to be frank, was pretty difficult to get through.

$4 or trade, photocopied, 5 ½” x 8½”, 32 pgs.
By CT Terry

I expected more wit and insight from one of the founders of ThirstyDudes.com, but All Things Ordinary is not just a clever name.

ZISK #21
$3, 6 ¾” x 8 ½”, photocopied, 23 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

Zisk is awesome. It’s all about baseball, but it’s put together by dorks, nerds, and misfits; not jocks, cheerleaders, and precocious tweens who’ve figured out social media and will forget about zines when a new app comes out.

$3, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, copied, 40 pgs.
By Dave Brainwreck

A solid coffee table zine; each page of this offers a haiku as well as a photocopied reply to business junk mail

$1, 8½” x 5½”
By Paul J. Comeau

 This issue features interviews with Title Fight, Ninja Gun, No Power, and Nailbiter. In addition to interviews, the issue features a guest column by Joe Lachut of Seven Inches to Freedomzine, show reports from Chaos in Tejas and Fest 10, a scene report from Wilmington, NC, and nearly two dozen record reviews.

$?, 8½” x 11”, copied, 12 pgs.
By Keith Rosson

The majority of the material is made up of some jarring and mostly nonsensical writing about Stanley Kubrick’s films, Val Kilmer, and thoughts on various blockbuster film trailers.

$4, newsprint, 8½” x 11”, 144 pgs.
By Garrett Barnwell

This issue features interviews with The Red Dons, La Armada, DHK, as well as Avi Spivak who also provided the awesome cover art. Also included are the ever-present gaggle of reviews and columns that you’ve grown to love.

$4, newsprint, 8½” x 11”, 144 pgs.
By Kristen K

On the inside of the cover, past the Top 10s, politico columns are bent on asking questions rather than posing answers, while George Tabb’s retell of his over-salivating dog’s anxious journey to the vet adds some levity, balancing the scales.

Free, 15” x 10”, Newsprint, 20 pgs.
By Billups Allen

Pork is dense with excellent artist profiles.

$5, Offset, 6 ¾” x 7 ¼”
By CT Terry

: J.T. Yost makes a comic with a story inspired by found materials, which he collages into the comic. The result is a shaggy dog story about the downfall of a struggling language instructor whose home life is sent into a tailspin by a letter from jail.

free, photocopied, 7” x 8”, 14 pgs.
By Craven

This issue is about the Canadian author’s childhood and his impassioned pen pal hobby.

$2, 4” x 5”, photocopied, 32 pgs.
By MP Johnson

This is a personal zine that takes place entirely in the author’s head.

5 ½” x 6 ¾”, photocopied mini-zine, 8 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

Short and sweet, Infinity Machine is quick collection of black and white collages that mix patterns—man, I love security envelope designs—with hand-drawn elements and clipped-in depictions of power, security, and status quo all crumbling and failing.

$4, photocopied, 11” x 7”, 18 pgs.
By Kristen K

From going stag to bars and clubs, to chillaxing at home, this survival guide to flying solo covers all the bases. Not just for the recently single, this should get any seasoned loner’s approval.

$?, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, photocopied, 12 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

Fuck and Fight is a glorious, honest, sloppy mess, one that I highly recommend.

$2, 7” x 5” Photocopied, 44 pgs.
By Billups Allen

Really fun comics describing John Isaacson’s various nights out on the town around Portland.

$5 ppd., 5¾” x 8¼”, 20 pgs.
By Matt Average

Cool start to a new zine out of Sweden. They do pack the twenty pages with information and graphics. Coverage is focused mainly on the noisier stuff that’s getting a lot of hype lately. Interviews serve more like introductions, and tend to discuss the music output of the bands.

$4 US, $5 Can./Mex., $6 World, 5½” x 8½”, copied, 36 pgs.
By Dave Brainwreck

Upheavel is a hardcore fanzine with an international focus and interviews with Overkill For Profit from Azerbaijan, Co-Arse from the Philippines, and Keith Bennett.

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