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HAGL
$3, 8½ x 11, xeroxed, 40 pgs.
By greg

It's all arselickers, cunts, bollocks, oi, and rabble-rousing: a regular zine for the workin’ class joe!


HAPPYPANTS
#6, free or trade, 5 ½’’ x 8 ½’’, photocopied, 20 pgs.
By Noah W.K.

Well, I mean, a majority of this is written about the writer’s trip to Africa, a place in which I have a newfound interest.


HARD AND PISSED
Vol. 1, 8½ x 11, 32 pgs.
By Keith Rosson

I suggest spending less time complaining about other people's haircuts and doing uninteresting interviews with Madball, who pretty much sucked the first time around, and spending more time with the old thesaurus.


HARD FIFTY FARM, THE #2
$4.50, 5” x 8 ½”, printed, 36 pgs.
By Dave Brainwreck

Jessie Dukes is a naturally talented writer whose style matches her content—classically sentimental, clear, and melancholic prose concerning a group of people who have taken to the land in Kansas.


HARDCORE ANACHRONISTIC ASSEMBLY Vol. 1
copied, 5½” x 8½”, 44 pgs.
By CT Terry

HEY DO YOU WANT TO READ SOME BAND INTERVIEWS IN ALL CAPS WITH HARDLY ANY BREAKS?


HARVEY KEITEL, HARVEY KEITEL, HARVEY KEITEL
5½” x 8½”, offset professionally bound, 96 pgs.
By brian

This is a for real book of real poetry by real poets, not just a zine thrown together by some kids. It’s full of a lot of anti-war sentiment, and tons of social commentary of a generally liberal tilt.


HATE ANNUAL #9
$4.95, 6 ⅝” x 10 ¼”, color, 28pgs.
By Billups Allen

Fans of Hate would probably like Hate Annual anyway, but this issue is a full-on Buddy Bradley story, so it is a good time to jump in if you have been out of the loop.


HATEMACHINE
#3, $2 (?), 5½ x 8, 28 pgs.
By Josh

It kinda sucks, to be honest with you.


HATEMACHINE
#1, $2, 5½ x 8½, copied, 38 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

Hatemachine suffers, not from enthusiasm and heart – he covers the Las Vegas Rockaround, Dead Bolt, his local music scene – but the fact that it’s terribly hard to read.


HEAD IN A MILKBOTTLE Vol. 2
#2, $3.50 ppd., 8 ½ x 11, offset, 46 pgs.
By Matt Average

Garage punk sort of zine.


HEARTBREAK CITY #1
$2.00, 8 ½” x 11”, photocopied, 45 pgs.
By Steve Hart

HeartbreakCity could have been a huge drag to read, but they eschew the self-indulgent whininess of a breakup; instead, they focus on what happened and what it felt like to them.




HEAT AND THE HOT EARTH, THE
$6, 4 ¼” x 5 ½”, 61 pgs.
By Dave Brainwreck

Tragic, poetic, puffed-up male characters.


HEAT AND THE HOT EARTH, THE
$6, 4 ¼” x 5 ½”, 61 pgs.
By Kurt Morris

My problem with The Heat and the Hot Earth was the utilization of dreams as a centerpiece. This is primarily because the dreams are all told in such detail: how the person looked, what they did and what followed, what was in a room or the inflection on their face.


HENRY & GLENN FOREVER & EVER #2
$5, 5½” x 7”, offset, 36
By Matthew Hart

Two things before we begin: 1.) I don’t want to live in a world without irony. 2.) I love and appreciate stupidity more than most people. Given both of those facts I should love this zine.


HERE CIVILIZATION CEASED
$1, 5 ½ x 8 ½, copied with color cover, 52 pgs.
By Joe Evans III

This is Shaun’s, from Drugs and Daydreams, new zine.


HERE CIVILIZATION CEASED
$1, 5 ½ x 8 ½, copied with color cover, 52 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

In general, this sort of had trouble keeping my attention.


HERE IT IS #3
8½” x 5½”, photocopied, 40 pgs.
By The Lord Kveldulfr

Cartoons about the days that make up one’s life. Some inventive stuff, too (the new religion of Asu Bebee).


HEY ,WHAT’S UP?, #4
14 pages
By Guest Contributor

The zine is saved by a great interview with Glenn Danzig and a funny rabbit cartoon!


HEY CABBY
4.95, 5½ x 8½, copied, glossy black and white cover, 40 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

How many people do you know who’ve ridden with both Jonas Salk (who discovered the polio vaccine) and Muhammad Ali and almost fist fought with Paul Newman?


HEY HEY LONESOME
$6, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, 63 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

It’s short, yet is told from the perspectives of virtually every character, like Savage Detectives, and no bones are made about the Bolaño influence.


HEY HEY LONESOME
$6, 4 ¼” x 5 ½”, 63 pgs.
By Kurt Morris

I’ve read other material by Gnade and felt this was some of his better stuff (although I do prefer his novel Hymn California the most). This would certainly serve as a fine introduction for those who wanted to get to know his work.


HEY WHAT’S UP?
#1 & 2, $1, 5 ½ x 8 ½, photocopied
By Josh

The crude art just looks like really bad drawings instead of really funny bad drawings...


HEY WHAT’S UP?, #3
$1, 5 ½ x 8 ½, photocopied, 18 pgs.
By amy

I don’t know who the kid is, but Hey What’s Up is so fucking retardedly lo-fi, unassuming, and full of creepy doodles that I can’t help my teen-girl infatuation with its creator.


HEY! HO! LET’S GOGH!
$?, photocopied, 8 ½” x 8 ½”, 12 pgs.
By Todd Taylor

What’s truly satisfying is reading about one man’s struggle with sobriety and his willingness to burn everything down to the ground in the attempt to make something more beautiful. That’s something that most tour diaries don’t accomplish. Even fictional ones.


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.


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