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SILLY LITTLE TROUSER MONKEES
#20, 8 x 11, newsprint, 50 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

I don’t know how old these fuckers are but they sent me a note on the back of a chemistry cheat sheet, therefore I say they win the “Baddest Dudes Who Took the Chemistry Exam” award.


RIOT 77
#7, 3 Euros, 8 ½ x 12, glossy, 50 pgs.
By brian

With Marky Ramone as cover boy and interviews with the Supersuckers, Leatherface, punk graphic artist Alan Hynes...


RANCID NEWS
# 6, 1 pound, 8 x 11, glossy color cover, newsprint, 112 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

Even though it looks lame, it isn’t.


SLUG AND LETTUCE
#79, Free, 11 x 14 ½, printed on pulp, 19 pgs.
By brian

There are no articles in this issue that were particularly interesting to me, but they are well written. At least I think they are; my eyes can’t quite make out all the tiny little letters.


SLUG
Vol. 15, issue 185, Free, 8 x 11, color/news print, 39 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

...can’t figure out if I like or hate the CD reviews.




LULULAND
#3 and 4, $3 for both, 5 ½ x 8 ½, 96 pgs. total for both.
By Megan Pants

Another is about getting fired from a toy store for making her own advertising stickers for toys (i.e. “When I grow up, I wanna get knocked up!”).


LIBRARY BONNET
#7, $2, 8 ½ x 5 ½, 32 pgs.
By Megan Pants

If you like your literary humor mixed with cartoons of teacups full of diarrhea, then this is for you.


IT’S ALL GRAVY
#6, $1.00, 4 ¼ x 5 ½, photocopied, 26 pgs.
By brian

..she tells all the guys, “being a boy-feminist is still cool. The chicks still dig it. And it still gets you mad pussy.”


GRACKLE
#2, $1, 4 1/5 x 5 1/2, photocopied, silkscreened cover, 28 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

The clincher about this zine is that if someone handed it to me and said, “It’s zine’s about a lady who gets into weightlifting and then decides to join a cycling team,” I’d be suspicious. But by reading such an earnest and steady account—and seeing that at the edges that this is a treatise on finding your own path in life—Grackle’s a great read.


GO METRIC
#18, $2, 8 x 11, newsprint, 70 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

[F]eatures interviews with Sgt. Major, the Fevers, and the Rock’n’roll Adventure Kids. But my favorite article by far was the personal account of Dan Paquin from Dirt Bike Annie remembering Dirtnap labelmates, the Exploding Hearts.


GHOSTS OF READY REFERENCE, THE
#2, 3 stamps or trade, ¼ size, 32 pgs.
By Megan Pants

... pigeonholes a woman suffering from the effects of a stroke as “B-O-B,” Bitter Old Bitch.


FRAN
#6, free around Los Angeles, $3 by mail, 8 ½ x 11, 58 pgs.
By Megan Pants

[C]omes off as “you should’ve been there…” jokes that I showed up about five minutes late for.


ELK
#7, $4, 5 1/2 X 8 1/2, photocopied, color photocopy cover, 66 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

Sade sings next to a Bukowski poem.


DO-IT-YOURSELF SILKSCREENING: HOW TO TURN YOUR HOME INTO A T-SHIRT FACTORY
$2, 7 x 8 ½, photocopied, 18 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

Having never silkscreened my own t-shirts, but always being intrigued by the process, this is a neat introduction.


CRACKS IN THE WALL
#5, 4 ¼ X 5 ½, photocopied, 46 pgs.
By brian

The only thing he talks about is how modern society is too obsessed with materialism and the need for instant gratification; and how, even though we have access to unprecedented amounts of information, thanks to the internet, we’re still a bunch of ignorant jerks.


CONCRETE WAVE
$4.95, Vol 3., No.1, 9 x 11, full color cover, glossy insides, 90 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

I totally applaud that they cover pool skating, ditch riding, hill bombing, freestyle, slalom, and all the more soulful, life-affirming nuances that skating can bring.


CHAIRMEN OF THE BORED
#20, 8 ½ x 11, photocopied, 24 pgs.
By brian

One of them actually spent time in solitary as punishment for using the prison’s paper and photocopier without authorization. Now that’s suffering for your art.


ANTI- PANTS
# 8, $1 or trade, photocopied, 35 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

...[A] zine reminiscent of a middle school yearbook.


3RD GENERATION NATION
#27, $4, 8 x 11 xerox, 68 pgs
By Guest Contributor

...this brings me to a more important point. Americans are stupid and only speak English.


WELCOME TO FLAVOR COUNTY #11
$1 or stamps, half-size, photocopied, 32 pgs.
By Craven

I doubt Kurt will ever be one of my favorite writers, but his zine is exactly what zines should be: someone writing their own history, telling their own story, and that’s what makes it good. He doesn’t heartlessly type out a blog at high speed, he does a zine.


WELCOME TO FLAVOR COUNTRY #12
$1 or stamps, 8½”x 5½,” photocopied, 36 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

Aside from a few poems and a piece about the people on his bus route, the bulk of WTFC #12 is made up of stories that give some insight to the author’s life as well as provide some political and social commentary.


TV CASUALTY
$?, half-size, photocopied, 8 pgs.
By Craven

A zine about why you shouldn't watch television. It gives you some damn good reasons and suggestions of what you should be doing instead, for example like skating and humping and “drinking 40oz's of beer with homeless men that look like Papa Smurf in back alleys.”


TRYING #5
$1, quarter-size, photocopied, 64 pgs.
By Craven

Trying is a tough read. It’s a journal of our man Dominic’s inner struggle and hopeless despair. If that didn’t scare you away and you’re still reading this, then you should mail off for this right away.


TOUR DIARY April 26-29
stamps, 11” x 17”, two-sided, photocopied.
By The Lord Kveldulfr

As the title indicates, this is a tour diary. For whom, you ask? For the bands For The Worse and Concrete Facelift.


TAINT MAGAZINE: THE SLEEPER ISSUE #3
$?, half-size, photocopied, 44pgs.
By Craven

A skate zine, that's mostly photos of boys doing just that.


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