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OH NO! THE ROBOT
#10, $2 ppd., 5 ½” x 8 ½”, copied, 14 pgs.
By Sean Stewart

Much of this reads like it could easily be nonfiction, although the last section does wander into obvious fictional territory.


MAXIMUMROCKNROLL
#308, $3, 10 ½” x 8”, photocopied, 63 pgs.
By Evan Katz

Issues like this, though, make me remember why I started reading MRR in the first place.


IMPROBABLE ARCHITECTURE
$10, photocopied, 34” x 22”
By CT Terry

A hand-drawn poster that looks like a dystopian board game, with creepy little drawings and writings


GENEVA 13
#6, $2, 8” x 5 ½”, copied, 59 pgs.
By Evan Katz

The focus isn’t necessarily focused on punk, but you can tell that it’s at least put together with kids for an appreciation for the music.


KISSOFF
#13, $1, 4 ¼” x 5 ½”, copied, 68 pgs.
By Sean Stewart

In my opinion, this sort of dedication is sorely lacking in general in the zine world, but, then again, I may just be permanently cranky after seeing one too many crappy zines.


GENETIC DISORDER
#19, $3, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, photocopied, color cover, 62 pgs.
By todd

Larry’s writing isn’t self-indulgent. There’s no “coffee, bikes, and veganism zinester ‘lifestyle’” fetishism in its pages.


FAG SCHOOL
#3, $3.50, 8 ½” x 11”, photocopied, 30 pgs.
By Craven

It’s hilarious, shocking, candid, and, at times, embarrassing. All the stuff that makes for a great zine.


FAG SCHOOL
#2, $3, 8 ½” x 11”, copied, 26 pgs.
By Sean Stewart

personally, I would’ve thought a dick would be less reticent during an interview, but I guess they each have their own personalities.


END OF A PERFECT DAY, THE
#11, $?, 8 ½” x 5 ½” photocopied, 42 pgs.
By Evan Katz

Anybody thinking of going on a couch-surfing, train-jumping, hitching adventure up north trip should definitely read this first.


CATNAP
#2, free, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, 10 pgs., photocopied
By Craven

So, if I got another one of these to review that actually had some pages to it, I’d be glad to read it.


CARBON 14
#31, 8 ½ ” x 11”, 124 pp., $6
By norb

Apart from twelve 16 oz. cans of Natural Ice®, it’s difficult to imagine a better return on a six dollar investment than this.


BRAINS
#3, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, photocopied, 44 pgs.
By Craven

After supporting the first two Brains, I have to say that I really can’t get behind this one.


ASHCAN
#1, $?, 8 ½” x 5 ½”, copied, 65 pgs.
By Evan Katz

 If the editor could skip the band coverage next time and expand on the fiction/non-fiction/comics part of the zine, then he’d have something really special.


ART-PUNK-CULTURE
$?, 8 ¼” x 5 ¾ ”, glossy, 10pgs.
By Art Ettinger

In lieu of writing up a review for this zine and wasting everyone’s time saying “shitty” over and over again, I am, instead, reviewing my new Royal 1280MX Cross Cut Paper Shredder...


AMERICA?
#15, $2 ppd., 4 ¼” x 5 ½”, copied, 48 pgs.
By Sean Stewart

The arrival of a new issue of America? is always a welcome event.


WARM SOCKS
$2 or trade, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, copied, 48 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

in stories like these we can always see a little of ourselves. And making that connection with other people is one of the main reasons why I read zines.


ZISK
#16, $2, 8 ½” x 7”
By The Lord Kveldulfr

I hate, hate, hate sports writing about baseball (other than checking how much the Brewers are playing like a bunch of old women of late), and Zisk has actually managed to rekindle my interest in the game through its offbeat articles and often whimsical focus.


ZINE WORLD
#26, $4, 8 ½” x 11”, copied, 62 pgs.
By Matt Average

I’m glad that a resource like this still exists, despite all the pundits chirping that print is dead. Whatthefuckever...


URINAL GUM
$2 North America, $3 everywhere else, half-size, photocopied, 42 pgs.
By Craven

hipsters aren’t supposed to write zines. They’re merely supposed to have a wikipedia-sized knowledge of zines—like anything else of intellectual and cultural relevance—so they can talk about it really quickly on coke with a resigned detachment.


TRUE TALES OF THE WORLD’S WORST TEACHING ASSISTANTS
$1 ppd., 5 ½” x 8 ½”, copied, 17 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

It’s an interesting, sincere, and occasionally amusing tale.


TNS RECORDS FANZINE
#3, Free, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, 20 pgs.
By CT Terry

If a band has reggae breaks, they’re described as “chilled-out reggae parts.” I don’t know if that speaks to the writer’s lack of imagination or the sameness of the music that they’re covering.


TUMS
$2 or trade, 8 ½” x 11”, photocopied, 36 pgs.
By kurt

This is totally new to me (a zine of smut, not smut itself), but I liked what I read, although I would definitely need to be somewhat conscious where I read this.


THAT’S COOL, THAT’S TRASH
#1, $3 ppd. ($4 w/CD), 8 ½” x 5 ½”, copied, 38 pgs.
By norb

Keen zine with which to clean your ween, mean your gene, and ball your peen!


TEVS
#2, $2, 8½” x 11”, copied, 18pgs.
By Guest Contributor

Most of the pages are put towards long interviews with better-than-average local bands, with two more columns by various contributors.


STANDARD ISSUE
#4, free (in person, so send stamps or money), 8 ½” x 11”, photocopied, 22 pgs.
By Craven

Scene-based punk zine out of Ottawa, with reviews and interviews of bands from that scene.


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