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#4, $2 ppd, 11” x 4½”, Xeroxed, 14 pgs.
By Andrew Flanagan

An entertaining and nicely drawn zine.

#14, $?, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, photocopied, ? pgs.
By kurt

Anyway, this issue has fifty (actually a few less than that) short stories, most just a few paragraphs.

#13, $2, 5 ½” x 8½”, photocopied, 28 pgs.
By CT Terry

I looked at the photocopied duct tape on the cover and the gay porn collage inside and went, “Yes! I love getting stuff like this!”

$?, 5½” x 7”, screened and printed, 89 pgs.
By Andrew Flanagan

Beautifully printed with about a million interesting articles.

#8, $2, quarter-size, photocopied, 44 pgs.
By kurt

The tales include a trip to the roller derby, a homeless guy who gave the author $100, a list of things that should go away forever, and so on.

#5, $1 or trade, 8½” x 5½”, copied, 28 pgs.
By keith

So, it’s with a gusty sigh of relief when I declare that Trainwreck is… pretty fucking rad.

#4, free, 5” x 8¼”, copied, 22 pgs.
By Andrew Flanagan

There’s little more encouraging than some honest-to-goddamn enthusiasm, and TNS has it in spades.

#4, email for price, €1.50 + postage, 5½” x 8½”, offset, 40 pgs.
By todd

What makes Rum Lad even more endearing is that Steve comes across as an earnest DIY punk guy trying to find his way in life.

#5, $?, 8½” x 11”, copied, 24 pgs.
By The Lord Kveldulfr

If you’re interested in what’s going on in the Ottawa scene, this might be a good start, but I can’t attest to what other starting points there may be. But all in all, I personally think this zine is pretty cheesy. There is a reasonably interesting little article on “Fire Brawlers”.

#13, Free in L.A., 5½” x 8½”, offset, 40 pgs.
By todd

Many bases are covered in issue #13— interviews with Shepard Fairey and Todd Congelliere of Recess Records, music and restaurant reviews, rights-secured Charles Bukowski poetry, and more—but no part seems rushed, too short, too long, crammed in, or just floating in space.

$1 or trade, 5½” x 8½”, photocopied, 28 pgs.
By CT Terry

Perpetration Nation shows the intrinsic link between the musical and the personal.

#8, $?, 5½” x 8½”, photocopied, ? pgs.
By kurt

This zine is an incredibly random assortment of articles and blurbs from a high schooler in Australia

#312, $4, U.S. and Canada, 8½” x 11” newsprint, ? pgs
By joe

“Why is MRR even sent out for review anymore? Or even any bigger zine?”

$2 or trade, 5½” x 8½”, photocopied, 28 pgs.
By CT Terry

Someone jumped off the roof of his job, a man next to him on the train had a seizure, and his friend got knifed when the writer wasn’t there.

#2, $?, 4¼” x 11”, copied, 16 pgs.
By Andrew Flanagan

Literally, a list of likes and dislikes in construction paper half-folded.

#6, $1.50 or ppd., 3¾” x 4½”, printed, 31 pgs.
By Andrew Flanagan

After losing a nephew to SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome), Nicole recounts her experience, big and small, of her and her family’s struggle to reign in the sharp and breath-stealing pain of unexpected loss.

#29, $?, 3¾” x 4½”, copied, 42 pgs.
By Andrew Flanagan

Stories from childhood, stories from the teenage years, stories small and large and medium all done up in a confident style and a voice that’s solid and very obviously earned through the process of putting out twenty-nine of these damn things.

#7, free, 5½” x 8½”, printed, 59 pgs.
By Andrew Flanagan

This is one good-looking, well-edited and well-written zine.

#4, $?, 5½” x 8½”, photocopied, 28 pgs.
By CT Terry

There is a positive, sincere attitude to the whole deal that kept me smiling throughout.

#7, $1, 5½” x 8½”, printed, 40 pgs.
By Rene Navarro

I couldn’t believe I was seeing a guy holding a huge gun on top of a tank being revered in a zine. This zine is lame.

#2, $2 or trade, 5½” x 8½”, photocopied, 20 pgs.
By Lauren Trout

The truth is, this zine is totally different than what I expected and I absolutely loved it.

#23, $?, 3¾” x 4½”,printed and stapled, 74 pgs.
By Andrew Flanagan

A zine with some genuinely interesting (and not entirely porn-focused) content.

#4, $1 or trade,8½” x 5½”, copied, 32 pgs.
By keith

There’s lot of material about Ashleigh’s friends at work or crushes she has on a guy, with virtually no back story or insight into their personalities or why they’re doing what they do.

#6, $2, 4½” x 5½”, photocopied, 64 pgs.
By CT Terry

In this issue, Lew is viewing his writing as part of this discarded world, and there is a lot of talk about disenfranchisement: from the people partying around him while he writes in his notebook, from the wine-drinking art professor in the new house across the street, and from his partners in hangover the next morning.

$3, 8½” x 11”, newsprint, 40 pgs.
By Rene Navarro

It’s got a very cool, old school layout, totally cut and paste. No high-tech bullshit.

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