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The feelings that feel like public restrooms. 

4" x 5.5", glossy finish.

A resissue of the first issue of Short/Wave, a zine about shortwave and pirate radio that kicked off a series of zines about weirdo radio and underappreciated sound explorations (Signals, Paper Radio, Tin Can Telephone). Short/Wave is a great primer to a cool and largely forgotten subculture.

20 pages, half-letter size.

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...Zine Pack $10.00

5 new zines from our catalog and beyond, of various shapes and sizes. All for $10. 

A long-time favorite on our Etsy page and an affordable way to get your zine collection started!

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Giving the key to your heart to your favorite zine friend. 

5" x 5", silkscreened on various fabrics.

A to-do list for your zine errands. Each page has various tidbits a the bottom, such as Zine Trivia, Zinester Challenges, and Zine Quote of the Day. A great gift for that zinester that you love.

44 pages, 3.5" x 8.5".

A set of 11 patches that you can think of as a set of punk friendship bracelets. Keep your favorite one and sew it onto your bag or jacket. Then give the other 10 away to your favorite Zine Friends Forever. 

Various sizes (but most 5" x 5") and colors, printed on upcycled material.

A Zine-Zine Proposition takes a trash bargain-bin romance novel and reconstructs a loose story using only its most ridiculous sentences. A fun, hilarious, and nonsensical read.

12 pages, half-letter size.

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Temporarily sold out! More coming in mid July. This DIY punk venue history is more than just an archive of the 21st-century Boston punk scene (though it is, very much, that), but also a brief history of DIY venues in general. Tracking the beginnings of the anti-corporate punk spirit of the late '70s and early '80s, to the "no stage" ethos of the early '90s, to the house show culture of the 2000s, this zine is for anyone interested in DIY culture...[ continued ]

An absolute classic of zine literature and a necessary part of any DIY library, now in a revised and updated edition. Accessible, fun, and useful for all interest and experience levels.

"Stolen Sharpie Revolution consists of thoughtful lists and step-by-step how-to guides on everything from definitions of a 'zine,' where to find zines, why they are important, how to make them and how to participate in zine culture...[ continued ]

"In times of containment, photography moves where people cannot," writes Tasha Bjelić in their introduction to the new issue of Incandescent. "It provides a platform for civic engagement. These photographs appear as survivors of a neoliberal history. The people, metaphors, details, and emotions amalgamate as acts of vulnerability and resistance."

With work from: Christine Armbruster, Carmen Colombo, Leda Costa, Sonia Goydenko, J Houston, Jack Hulbert, Eric Kaczmarczyk, Mario Karlovcec, Jocelyn Keays, Kyle Lang, Rafael M...[ continued ]