Zines

Temporary sale! A one-page, poster-size photography comic. A wordless weirdo art zine from the creator of the Nuts! fanzine and artist Eugene Terry.

Dogs busking with the punks, hanging out in cars, on walks, in laps, in arms. 22 images from photographer Bob George's Brattleboro, Vermont archives. Each zine comes with a dog button!

20 pages, half-letter size. Released on Portland's Pine Island Press.

A fantastic new issue of the long-running Fluke Fanzine, this time focused on outsider art. Full of odd connections, scenes crossing over, countercultures meeting. Graffiti subcultures, freight-train monikers, '80s skateboarding culture, punk history, experimental film, queercore.

Within: filmmaker Bill Daniel (of Who is Bozo Texino? fame) on the influence of early '90s Cometbus and Sluggo! zines, photographer Garry Winogrand, and '80s Texas skate-punk band the Big Boys. A fascinating in-depth interview with graffiti historian Susan A. Phillips (The City Beneath: A Century of Los Angeles GraffitiWallbangin'). Linda Kite on her life with D Boon of Minutemen and seeing the '80s L.A. punk scene as conceptual art. Sergej Vutuc's dream-like skateboarding photography. Gary Floyd (of Dicks and Sister Double Happiness) on being a gay Texan punk in the 1970s and touring with Nirvana the year Nevermind broke. And legendary train-graffiti artist buZ blurr (AKA- Colossus of Roads) at the center of everything, holding everyone together. 

56 pages, cut half-letter size.

A photography zine/art zine made while living and working in "a house without heat, without doorknobs, and without much insulation or electricity to speak of" for a late fall in western Pennsylvania. From Sarah LaPonte (How Restaurants Work) and Helen Jones (Incandescent photo zine). Comes with homemade bookmark, building permit, and banjo tab.

Limited edition of 50 copies. 34 pages, full-color, half-letter size.

Looking exactly like a zine you might pick up at a punk show in the mid-'90s, Hit the Decks is a whole lot of fun. There's Katie Haegele's partial tribute to Headbanger's Ball, a discussion about mixtapes by Sommer from the Mixtape Museum, and a casual stroll through VHS collecting by Joshua James Amberson.

There's interviews with Murder City Devils frontman Spencer Moody, whiskey folk hero lauren.napier, and Dead Milkmen co-founder Joe Jack Talcum.

There's comics from Jay McQuirns, collage art from lauren.napier, a new painted illustration from Spencer Moody, intimacy from little stray & LJ Brubaker, Neal Langford's lo-fi photography, a page of recipes from Joe Jack Talcum, a photo essay by Jess Moncrief about seeing Lee Ving perform in a tattoo shop, and Craig Wenner on how to put on a DIY show.

30 pages, full magazine-size.

Last copy! Thoughts on life, losing loved ones, family, and understanding things in a new way with age. Simple, little, and beautiful.

32 pages, quarter-size.

This New York City 2020 scrapbook gathers 35mm film photos and collages from Ben Charles Trogdon of Nuts! alongside personal stories from protesters. The pandemic, police violence, covid anxiety, and so much more.

Drawings by Sara Abruña, MC reports on the now-legendary Mott Haven protest, words from Carrie Schaff

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Food With Fam, a mutual aid organization that feeds families and individuals in need, bi-weekly, in NYC.

20 pages of full-color magazine, plus 8-page B&W insert, full magazine-size. 

Lizard Men is a short collection of men posing with reptiles on Tinder.

12 pages, half-letter size.

A zine of art and writing to benefit the Mütter Museum, the well-loved weirdo medical museum in Philadelphia. Essays, lyrics, poetry, and photography, plus comics about Einstein's brain and tourniquet tips.

Named after the classic Murder City Devils song and with contributions from: Spencer Moody (of MCD), Katie Haegele, Ben Chisholm, Defectivepudding, Ally Shwed, Joe Carlough, Jay McQuirns, lauren.napier, Nancy Hill, Craig Wenner, Gravey Train, and Joe Jack Talcum. 

28 pages, full-color, half-sized, includes album download code.

Last copy! In Modern Candor, artist Lenae Day (Day Magazine) uses herself as a model and restages images from the '60s. The stories that accompany them are autobiographical, amusing, strange, and often seem straight out of an old magazine. Placing herself in the past as a way of understanding the present, Lenae Day has created an amazing piece of entertaining social commentary.

Magazine size, color and black & white images, 20 pages.