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AUSTERITY TIMES, THE #3
$?, 8½” x 11”, copied, 8 pgs.
By Adrian Salas

Basically, this is a just a short press release for an anarcho post-punk band named Austerity from Brighton in the U.K.


AUSTERITY TIMES, THE #2
$?, 6” x 8”, copied, 6 pgs.
By Tricia

Hailing from Brighton, Austerity puts out zines that feature the lyrics to their songs, as well as a general band mission statement.


BROKEN PENCIL #70
$5.95, 8”x 10½”, glossy bound, 64pgs.
By Camylle Reynolds

Broken Pencil is a zine centered on zine culture and independent arts based in Canada.


CHANGE LINKS
$?, 11” x 17”, newsprint, 8 pgs.
By Matt Seward

A mostly community calendar (for December) paper with a handful of political articles.


CONFESSION BOX
$?, 5 ¼” x 8”, clear-plastic/copied bound, 12pgs.
By Camylle Reynolds

Artist Kayla Tange created this zine to complement her interactive, confessional performance piece that she originally performed at Rhabbitat in Los Angeles.


DEEP FRIED ZINE MPLS #6
$1, 8½” x 11”, 26 pgs.
By Adrian Salas

This particular issue is the “arts and culture issue,” so that includes a photo gallery of famous people eating hamburgers, a short survey of skateboard decks rocking junk food designs, and a very classy history of Del Taco and Taco Bell written in the style of Charles Dickens (titled “A Tale of Two Tacos,” naturally).


DITHERING DOODLES #18
$1, 5½” x 8½”, copied, 22 pgs.
By Tricia

We’ve all worked soul-crushing jobs, but Steve has found a way to make light of the stress of it and make us laugh.


DITHERING DOODLES #25
$1, 5½” x 8½”, copied, 60 pgs.
By Tricia

Dithering Doodles #25 is all about daydreams, night dreams, and the new Star Wars movie.


EXSCIND
$?, 5 ½” x 8½”, color copied, 34 pgs.
By Kurt Morris

Articles, poetry, and color photos from 2010 to 2015 are what comprise the content of Exscind.


FEAR OF A FEMALE PLANET
$2, 5½” x 8½”, copied, 12 pgs
By Indiana Laub

A Pokédex-style rundown of a handful of female and feminist musicians from the late ‘70s to the present day. Not a lot of information beyond the basic stats.


GENERAL ADMISSION MUTT #2
$2, 8½” x 11”, copied, 22 pgs.
By Indiana Laub

This is less of a traditional punk zine than a curated collection of shining moments.


GOODBYE, OR THE STATE OF NATURE: A COMIK
$6, 4” x 5 ½”, offset with cardstock cover, 88 pgs.
By Sean Arenas

Passmore explores loneliness and inner turmoil through wavy black lines. There’s a beauty to the simplistic narrative, but I couldn’t tell you what Goodbye is really about because its ambiguity is what draws you in.


I WANT YOU AROUND
$?, 5½” x 8½”, color copied, 42 pgs.
By Kurt Morris

I Want You Around is a short but engaging zine compiled of color photos by Abby Banks. Of the many photo zines I’ve reviewed over the years this is certainly the best.


LAST 4th AT POWDERHORN, THE
$3, 4¾” x 7 ?”, color printed paper, 20 pgs.
By Adrian Salas

This zine is “a participant’s account” by Karl Noyes of going to see the final fireworks at the Powderhorn Park Fourth of July celebration that occurred in 2013.


LES CARNETS DE RASTAPOPOULOS #11
$?, 8½” x 5½”, copied, 16 pgs.
By Keith Rosson

Quick read regarding air travel, consisting of a lot of collage work and interesting brief real-life anecdotes about people who live in airport lounges.


MAXIMUM ROCK’N’ROLL # 392
$4.99, 8½ x 11”, newsprint, 112 pgs.
By Matt Werts

But the reason to go out of your way to track down this MRR is Julaya Antolin’s G.L.O.S.S. tour diary. Holy shit.


MAXIMUM ROCK’N’ROLL #393
$4.99, 8½ x 11”, newsprint, 112 pgs
By Kurt Morris

Everyone’s favorite fingerprinting smudge-fest is back for the three-hundred and ninety-third time.


MAXIMUM ROCK’N’ROLL #394
$4.99, 8½” x 11”, newsprint, 112 pgs.
By The Lord Kveldulfr

You know what you’re getting with this: MRR plunges into some of the darkest recesses of the rock’n’roll underbelly and brings out those hobgoblins for all to know and love.


MISHAP #34
$2 or trade, 8½” x 11”, copied, 48 pgs
By Adrian Salas

The overwhelmingly inclusive and positive vibe that Ryan makes an effort to promote in his writing makes this a pretty engaging read.


NEW WAVE CHICKEN #1
$5, 5½ x 8½”, copied, 44 pgs
By Kurt Morris

Contrary to the title of the zine, it’s not all just about chickens. While Steve, the author, is a chicken farmer, this issue focuses more on the new wave aspect of the title.


NO FRIENDS #2
$6.50, 5½” x 8½”, newsprint, 120 pgs
By Tricia

DIY, zine-inspired, radical, volunteer-run magazine No Friends gave me a lot of similar vibes to Maximum Rock’n’roll and this very periodical you’re holding right now.


PASAZER #32
22 zloty 8 ½” x 11”, offset, 208 pgs
By Michael T. Fournier

This zine is absolutely gorgeous: densely packed with reviews, interviews (among others, Poison Idea, Dezerter, and Inkwizycja) and articles (Henry joining Black Flag).


PUNK LIFE #56-57
$2, 5½” x 8½”, copied, 44 pgs
By Jim Joyce

“I don’t want to sound like a broken record,” reads page two, “but the misdeeds of the National Park Service are front and center again.”


PUNK ROCK GLEE CLUB
$2, 5½” x 8½”, copied, 44 pgs
By Jim Joyce

Liz Mason, who writes the mighty fine perzine Cabooseput together this mini-history of Chicago’s Blue Ribbon Glee Club, an a cappella group that performs in bars, record stores, and mason clubs around town and country.


SEVEN INCHES TO FREEDOM #13
$3.50, 5½” x 8½”, offset, 36 pgs
By Jim Joyce

SITFwriter Joe Lachut puts it best in his preamble: “Punk zines kind of exist in a vacuum to me and act as a time capsule. The interviews are a bit old, but the time lapse doesn’t hurt them any.”


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