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#9, $2, 5½” x 8½”, copied, 60 pgs.
By Keith Rosson

It’s one of those zines that you read and wish it came as a freebie with the local paper so people outside the zine-nerd community could get exposed to it.

#24, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, 30 pgs. newsprint
By Craven

Part personal zine, part zine about the Boston (U.K.) punk scene.

$5, 8 ½” x 11”, glossy cover/printed, 76 pgs.
By Andrew Flanagan

This magazine is dumb as shit.

#53, $3, 5” x 8”, printed, 60 pgs.
By Daryl Gussin

Worth it alone for newest addition to “Kevin Stories.”

#2, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, photocopied, 28 pgs.
By Craven

She sees and attempts to move through the wonder of life while dealing with some really heavy things

#23, $?, 4 ¼” x 7”, copied, 38 pgs.
By Sean Stewart

Early romance, importance of music, and gender issues, among others.

#1, $11.99 ppd., 8 ½” x 11”, printed, 84 pgs.
By Mike Frame

Don’t be scared off by the higher cost; this is like purchasing a book.

#15, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, 23 pgs., $1, photocopied
By Craven

It’s about an underground zombie porn ring run partly by a large rabbit.

#7, $2, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, copied, 36 pgs.
By Sean Stewart

Aaron’s prose flows rich and deep, making this zine more than worth your two bucks.

#23, $2, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, printed, 48 pgs.
By Kurt Morris

This is definitely worth your two bucks and makes for good reading on the toilet, bus, or train.

# 7, $4, 8½ x 11, copied, 44 pgs.
By greg

One of the good things I liked about this zine is the skate rock ethos: a live-life-for-all-it’s-worth attitude. I also like Pete’s taste in music for the most part.

#7, $2, 7 x 8½, copied, 44 pgs.
By Josh

This is a baseball fanzine done by Mike Faloon of Go Metric! I’ve never met the guy, but I think he’s pretty fucking awesome. All of the geeky rock and roll inside jokes of Go Metric! are replaced by geeky baseball inside jokes.

#9, $3.95, glossy cover, offset, 72 pgs.
By Sean Carswell

I’m actually interviewed in this issue of Verbicide, so obviously I’m gonna be swayed in my opinion of this. On the most objective level, though, you gotta read the interview with me. I come off like a total kook.

#5 & 6, 5½ x 7, copied, approx. 32 pgs.
By Josh

Both issues of this zine consist of pictures taken by Chrystaei, who publishes This Time Last Year, mostly of Dirtnap-type bands like the Electric Eye and the Triggers.

issue #7, $3, 8½ x 11, copied, stapled, 24 pgs.
By greg

This Rochester-based zine come across as heavily influenced by Adbusters magazine: several mock ads in the zine bring home the publication’s self-proclaimed “anti-authoritarian, anti-corp, anti-censorship” mission.

5½ x 8, copied, 30 pgs.
By Josh

This zine was done about three years ago by Replay Dave of the Grabass Charlestons, and since it’s so old, I’m not sure if he still has any copies.

#8, $2, card-stock cover, offset, 98 pgs.
By Sean Carswell

I’ve been meaning to review this for a couple of issues, but it’s one of those things in which I get a magazine and like it so much that I somehow have a weird glitch in my mind that tells me that I couldn’t have possibly gotten the magazine to review because I like it so much, and therefore forget to review it. So much for excuses. Here’s what makes Slave cool.

#11, $2, 8 ½ x 11, copied, 40 pgs.
By Sean Carswell

Here goes: Rock N Roll Purgatory is the best zine out there for anyone who’s diehard into rockabilly and street punk.

#4, $2, copied, 64 pgs.
By Sean Carswell

In this issue, Nate tells sixty-four pages worth of crappy job stories, and I have to feel like anyone who’s got sixty-four pages worth of crappy job stories is a kindred spirit.

8½ x 11, newsletter, 4 pgs., free
By greg

A highly touchy subject that I’d rather not comment on since I have no political ideologies or agendas to get at, this Fact Sheet - produced by palenstinecampaign.org - seeks to inform the world on the plight of Palenstinians.

NO. 13
8½ x 11, newsprint, 16 pgs., 50 cents
By greg

Sometimes I go to shows and feel the scene has changed, other times I feel it constantly stays the same. No. 13 offers a little of both, giving the reader a good dose of old school punk rock ethics.

5½ x 8½, copied,160 pgs.
By Josh

I don’t know if it’s a book or not, because it’s bound with orange duct tape (thumbs up for that), so we’ll just pretend that it’s a zine. It’s a collection of personal writings by a young, small town punk rocker.

#1, $1 or three stamps or trade, 5½ x 8½, copied, 24 pgs.
By Maddy

What a great little zine! Stories about falling out of a tree, getting tricked over an inheritance, punk roommates and much more. The writing is funny and, unlike so many personal zines, not overly-dramatic or emotional.

#74, $3, 8½ x 11, glossy cover, newsprint inside
By greg

With a title like Jersey Beat, it’s no surprise that this zine tends to focus on GardenState bands (an essay titled “The Future Of Asbury Park”, a review of a Warped Tour stop in Camden, NJ, interviews with the Wrens, Saves The Day and up-and-comers Fairmont) and various topics that pertain to the area.

#2, $8, 5 ½ x 8 ½, offset, perfect bound, 109 pgs.
By Sean Carswell

Hobart is really less of a zine and more of a literary journal, but since Razorcake doesn’t have a literary journal reviews section, and Hobart has enough punk ethics to make it interesting for Razorcake readers, I figured I’d review it here.

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