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BELOW NOON #3
$2 or trade, 5½” x 4¼”, copied, 48 pgs.
By Keith Rosson

Definite improvement from the last issue to this one.


BELOW NOON #2
$2 or trade, 5½” x 4¼”, copied, 48 pgs.
By Keith Rosson

Graphically and otherwise, it’s pretty solid work when you consider it’s only her second issue and she’s only gonna get better. Nice job.


XPLOITED ZINE #2
8'' x 11'', 50 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

Can we please put a moratorium on zine intros that apologize for how long it took to put the zine out? You’re not special. It’s just as hard for everyone else.


ROCTOBER #44
$? , fullsize, newsprint, color cover, 134 pgs.
By Craven

I had no idea that this zine still existed. This wonderful sturgeon of the zine world has lost nothing over time.


ROCTOBER #43
$4, 8_' x 11', offset, 120 pgs.
By Keith Rosson

Not so much a magazine as it is a super-positive rock’n’roll history lesson in newsprint form.


PUNY WHIPSTER, THE, #5
$3 or trade, 5' x 8', photocopied, 48 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

While I think that this zine has a cool, bohemian feel to it and that the mix CD is great, I don’t want to wholeheartedly recommend this zine and make the editor think that it is okay to publish stories with such hateful implications.


PUNK ROCK CONFIDENTIAL, Winter 2007
$3.95, 8' x 10 _', 88 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

A gossip rag about punk of the Warped Tour variety.


PRISON FOCUS #29
$20 for four issues ($5 for prisoners, free to California prisoners), free sampl
By Craven

This should be read by everyone, and, if you have the money, subscribe and help this organization out.


ORGA(NI)SM #3 / CALL AND RESPONSE #3
$4 ppd., 5'' x 8'', photocopied w / color cover, 56 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

This is a great personal zine of well-written contributions from different people who happen to be incarcerated or are interested in sharing information about the prison system.


ORGA(NI)SM #3 / CALL AND RESPONSE #3
$4 ppd., 5' x 8', photocopied w / color cover, 56 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

This is a great personal zine of well-written contributions from different people who happen to be incarcerated or are interested in sharing information about the prison system.


NOSE KNOWS, THE #41-45, #46-49
$10 for 12 month subscription, 8' x 11', photocopied, 20 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

In issue #42 for example, there is a page and a half of recipes, a page with some thoughts about Phil Collins, and a page of chicken scratch handwriting about two subscribers who live next door to each other.


NO FRETS
$?, 4 _' x 3 _', 40 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

This quote from the end of the zine sums it all up: "I really hope I can see those kids again someday. Maybe at a CrimethInc meeting or Plan-It-X Fest."


NEW WAVE CUT AND PASTE, THE, #5
$?, 8_' x 5', copied, 28 pgs.
By Keith Rosson

Cute little music-centric zine out of England, the visuals being composed entirely of clip art.


NERVIO: THE CATS THAT ARE MY FRIENDS
free, 5'' x 8'', photocopied, 14 pgs.
By Craven

Have you ever ridden the Greyhound next to someone who had so completely lost it that, after they got off, you felt completely disturbed and unsettled for the rest of the trip? That’s how I felt after reading this.


MISHAP #22 / 23
$3-4, 5' x 8', 56 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

A good, thoughtful merging of the personal and the political.


MAXIMUM ROCKNROLL #295
$4, 8'' x 11'', 200 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

Long-running newsprint zine MRR features columns, interviews, and reviews covering all niches of underground punk.


MANUAL DEXTERITY Winter 2007
free, 5’’ x 8’’, 30 pgs.
By Craven

I would guess that most of the people involved with Manual Dexterity, at some point in their lives, have given A New Found Glory, at least, a chance.


I HATE THIS PART OF TEXAS #7 / KEEP LOVING, KEEP FIGHTING #7
$?, 4' x 6', copied, 60 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

The writing is excellent, poignant, and occasionally hard to bear because of the level of despair and frustration felt by the authors in the post-Katrina aftermath.


HISTERIA, $2
5' x 8', copied, 28 pgs.
By dave

Histeria is billed as "a queer zine," but it’s more like selected tales from the author’s life with some queer-related material.


GRIOT #5
Trade, 3 stamps or free to prisoners, 5' x 8', 94 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

Things lag during the contributions, but this is a thick zine, so even after the slow, there’s plenty of go.


FISH WITH LEGS #11
$1 and stamps or $2 ppd., 5 _’’ x 8 _’’, photocopied, 35 pgs.
By Craven

It’s a lengthy zine, covering squirrels breaking into his house, some of his "unpopular opinions," getting old, a car accident that he got into, and much, much more.


FAKE LIFE #6
$2 + shipping, contact for trades, free to prisoners, letter, photocopied, 40 p
By Craven

This is the February issue of this zine, so it mostly revolves around relationships and love.


FAKE LIFE #4
$2 ppd., photocopied, 7' x 8 _', 38 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

This one’s been sitting on my stack for about six months, and I’m bummed it took me so long to find it.


EXIT 63 #8
$?, 5' x 8', copied, ? pgs.
By Guest Contributor

There are a few other things, but unless you know the author, I don’t see why this would interest you much.


CANDY OR MEDICINE #2
$1, 4' x 5' photocopied, 16 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

A financial consultant I am not; but I think that if you have a dollar to spare, it would be well spent on this zine.


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