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  • RudyLoewe
  • Sarah-Beth
  • Selenographie
  • Sister Ectoplasm Distro
  • sleepswthghosts
  • Sophie Crow / Oyster Knife
  • South Kilburn Studios
  • Squid
  • SweetMayhemZinery
  • Sugar Paper zine
  • Synchronise Witches Press + Zine Distro
  • Synthetic Fluff Zines
  • Take Care Distro
  • Takru Dearest/ Vampire Sushi Distro
  • VadimMorozArt
  • Vicky / Pen Fight Distro
  • whydon’tuloveme?
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    all 5 next stop adventure zines for 7 dollars over 200 pages of bike touring madnessall 5 next stop adventure zines for 7 dollars over 200 pages of bike touring madness

    All five zines! I biked A LOT of territory in this amount of time! Normally this would be around 10 dollars, but you get it for 7, because you’re interested in my ridiculous life. Do you do a distro? Get in touch and I’ll give you a better deal if you want more. For real!

    Bike touring, dumpster diving, camping wherever I can fit my body!

    ALSO: for the overseas folks, I understand the shipping is really high, but these weigh a lot, and I have been losing money on them when I shipped them at the old price. So I had to even it out, and this way I break even instead. Sorry, but that’s the state of shipping today. Booooooo

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    RudyLoewe

    rudeyClaude McKay: Queer, Black & Radical

    An A4 full colour short comic about the experiences of the writer Claude McKay, whilst he lived in London during the 1920s..

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    Sarah-Beth

    elipsisellipsis 4

    A6 size | 26 pages | pink cover with blue print (insides black and white)

    Published in March 2015. Writing about sex, libido and medication, being diagnosed with a B12 deficiency, growing up and making changes.

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    Selenographie

    phases of the moonPhases of the Moon 02: i’m ready to grow young again

    (Jan 2007, 36 pages, quarter-sized)

    description: reconciling my past with the present, resisting burnout, recapturing the fearlessness & wonderment of childhood, dealing with post-partum/adoption grief & depression, leaving chicago, new romance in georgia.

    excerpt: “David & I are sitting on his front porch. It is January and it is sixty-five degrees outside and I am happy to be back in the dirty sweet south. We are listening to Gogol Bordello: in the old times, in the old times, in the old times it was not! a! crime! He’s smoking; I’m reading Howard Zinn. ‘We should build a time machine,’ he says. I put my book down & look purposefully at the precarious stack of cardboard boxes in the corner. ‘Absolutely!’ This is a year of yesses, and I speak in absolutes.”

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    Sister Ectoplasm Distro

    nancyNancy by Alex Creep

    Nancy is a 24 page zine featuring illustrations and writing. It has stuff about about girly gay boys, screen queens, music, anime and much much more!

    “A zine about effeminacy issues within the queer community, specifically queer men. Theres all sorts in here, from rants on personal experience, to write up of the authors favourite ‘On Screen Queens’. A really great read for anyone interested in destroying gender and sexual binaries.” Footprint Zine Distro

    radical samenessRadical Sameness #1

    DESCRIPTION: A treatise on the radical potential of “sameness” for queer visibility and disruption of normaltonia. Including crackpot pseudo-academic “theory” of radical sameness, icons of queer similarity, comic tales of lovers being mistaken for siblings and a badly scanned picture of Justin Bieber getting it on with Justin Bieber.
    AUTHOR: Rudy Can’t Fail
    YEAR: 2012
    SPECIFICS: A3 single page (double sided)
    feminist, queer, gender

    The Mysterious Element of Beauty #1The Mysterious Element of Beauty #1

    DESCRIPTION: “…for it is much easier to decide outright that everything about the garb of an age is absolutely ugly than to devote oneself to the task of distilling from it the mysterious element of beauty that it may contain, however slight or minimal that element may be.” – Charles Baudelaire, 1863.

    Sina Sparrow devotes himself to distilling the mysterious element of beauty from contemporary urban life in this collection of diary drawings and words.

    AUTHOR: Sina Sparrow
    YEAR: 2013
    SPECIFICS: 28 pages, A5
    queer, gay, perzine, art, diary drawings

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    sleepswthghosts

    beautiful messBeautiful Mess Issue 5 – Emotional Vomit

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    Sophie Crow / Oyster Knife

    wankWank – an illustrated book of female masturbation MATURE by Sophie Crow published by Oyster Knife

    Sophie says:
    “I have always been fascinated by the diversity of sexual expression and experimentation that humans engage in. One day I came across an internet forum where women explained their favorite ways to masturbate, I was really surprised at the diversity and inventiveness so started collecting stories and illustrating the most visually striking.”

    Bizarre Magazine says: “For succinctness and simplicity the 28-page book certainly hits the spot. Tales confessed here transform everyday objects, such as TV remotes and door frames, into weapons of mass orgasm, and the drawings are likably quirky.”

    This is a book about female masturbation, it takes 12 real life confessions found online of the inventive ways that woman masturbate and sensitively illustrates them.

    There are 12 line drawings of women of all varieties enjoying themselves in intriguing and fascinating ways.

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    South Kilburn Studios / Sofia Niazi, Rose Nordin, Heiba Lamara and Sabba Khan

    oomk4_cover_a5OOMK Issue 4: Internet

    One of My Kind (oomk) is a highly visual, handcrafted small-press publication. Our content largely pivots upon the imaginations, creativity and spirituality of women.

    OOMK is present in print, online and in creative events and workshops. For more information about OOMK visit our press page. If you’d like to submit articles or artwork to oomk.net or OOMK Zine please visit our submissions page.

    We are Sofia Niazi, Rose Nordin, Heiba Lamara and Sabba Khan.

    OOMK is based in South Kilburn Studios in North London.

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    Squid

    International-nobody-monsterpedia“Monsterpaedia – Volume 2” – A Zine by International Nobody

    “International Nobody makes pictures for walls, floors and ceilings. Sometimes people think about buying them.”
    Message to rebels and those who operate under the laws of reverse psychology…
    Don’t even THINK ABOUT IT!
    To everyone else: Procure International Nobody’s work before Charles Saatchi snatches it right out of your hands!

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    SweetMayhemZinery

    Pinterest Interest! ZinePinterest Interest! Zine

    Pinterest Interest! is 24 black-and-white pages in a quarter-size format. The zine explores Pinterest from top to bottom: the editor looks at what’s on Pinterest and thinks about why it’s there, reveals Pinterest’s top topics, and talks about some Pinterest characteristics that annoy her. Plus, she offers some potential innovative uses of Pinterest, and answers your burning question: Is there porn on Pinterest?

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    Sugar Paper zine

    sugar paperSugar Paper #16

    20 tings to make and do.
    The space issue, with recipes, crocheted planets, fabric marbling, X Files cross stitch, fizzy bath stars, which alien are you quiz and much more!

    Comes with free headpins and beads to make constellation jewellery!

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    Synchronise Witches Press + Zine Distro

    the chapessthe chapess zine #4

    ‘There’s a strange disconnect somewhere between Being Too Much and yet not Taking Up Enough Space, which sound like they should at least resemble each other, or that one should be en route to the other. I think that I am Too Much, and it feels like I am oozing all over the floor. I tell myself that I need to learn to Take Up Space, and Taking Up Space seems like it should look like something more solid, something that knows how to express its well-formed opinions calmly and yet with force.’ – Aimee Wall

    a special A4 edition of the Chapess zine – produced for the Turn The Page Artists’ book fair, 18 contributors over 26 pages.

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    synthetic fluff

    Synthetic Fluff Zines

    Zines about being femme, queer and disabled, anarcho-feminism, mental health, relationships and lots more.

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    Take Care Distro

    A VoiceA Voice

    A Voice’ is a new zine from Sydney Exploratory Society. It completes a trio of zines that began with ‘Village Ghosts’ and ‘Old Memory’, and, like those zines, is a semi-fictional narrative constructed out of fragments of images and text, about memory, immigrant experience, disappearances, loss and love.

    15x15cm, 84 pages, black and white photocopy with letterpresses cover.

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    Takru Dearest/ Vampire Sushi Distro

    YOUR PRETTY FACE IS GOING STRAIGHT TO HELL #22YOUR PRETTY FACE IS GOING STRAIGHT TO HELL #22

    summer 2015 i asked my friends for writing prompts / what they would like to read about via twitter and ended up writing about my garden, mummy parcels, the x-files and snack time.
    16 pages – quarter size

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    working class queersThe Queer Working Class Zine Project

    Oh hai! Working Class Queers #1 is back in print! £2.00, including postage. Paypal yr nuggets, name and addy to me using charlotte.richardson.andrews@gmail.com and snail mail joy shall be yrs

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    whydon’tuloveme?

    whydon'tyoulovemePHQ-9 zine

    3 GBP

    “How do you measure despair?”

    A photographic zine exploring depression, the measuring of depression & its effect on everyday life.

    16 pages in length, with high quality card cover, Risograph printed by Hato Press, London

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