September 29, 2014
THE CHAPESS ZINE #5

thechapess:

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the new issue is now available here

I feel wet and messy. The baffling sensation of overflowing can sometimes be aggressive but also soft and gentle. Alicia Rodriguez

Lauren Cook

Bruna Massadas

Sofija M. Gugina

Ele-Beth Little

Suzy X.

Alejandra Pombo

Ella Dawson

Iris Sidikman

Inma Lorente

Sofia Yuriko Baca

Bea Macdonald

Sara Sutterlin

Alicia Rodriguez

Gabrielle Giuliano

Britt Hatzius

Claire Grossman

Sade Zabala

Allison McKelvey

Jessie Askinazi

ADRIENNE

Jessie Lynn McMains

Cheyenne Sophia 

Ellie Power

Maegan Hill-Carroll

Eva Silverman

Briana de la Torre

Elizabeth Scrase

Barbara Moses

Sarah Hopp

Agnus Castas

Cherry Styles

September 25, 2014
Miniatures Issue 9

oldcarsdontgoveryfast:

yeahhh i updated my etsy store with my latest zine

September 24, 2014
thecoalitionmag:

Hey, bubs!
Our music issue is currently in the works! I’ve had my eye fixated on a music issue since day one and now that it’s finally in the making, i am more excited than ever. This issue is dedicated to highlighting women of colour in music: up and coming artists and those who also paved the way and brought in loud voices, different techniques, and vigor that we still feed off of today. There are so many grrrls of colour today invading the punk scene, grunge scene, etc and not enough acknowledgement given to them. This issue is going to serve as a platform for them. The demonizing of black women in the hip hop industry is becoming a rampant issue. In this issue, we will talk at length about black women in hip hop (and other genres) and highlight our fave songstresses, from back in the day to those who are barging in and making a name for themselves. Not only will we be highlighting artists, but we’ll have reviews, in-depth articles, interviews with the raddest people you will ever meet, playlists to last you the next two years, and much more. 
We need your help to make this issue the biggest one yet and you can help us in two ways. First of all, we are calling all grrrls of colour who want to write, illustrate, or contribute anything to this issue to come through and email us at msgthecoalition@gmail.com. We are also calling on musicians/artists who are on the rise/unknown and want to share their music with us, come thru and email us too! Secondly, in order to bring this issue to life (that’s printing it) we need sufficient funds to print enough copies to sell, not only online, but at your local bookstore or zine shop. We are trying to get our message as far out as possible as we can! Help us by donating to our GoFundMe, any amount counts. Our current goal is $350 and we need to have this issue sent out for printing by the 15th of October. Any and every contribution counts, every reblog and tweet counts!
You can help by spreading this like wildfire too! Let everyone know we’re coming thru with power.
-Fabiola, editor in chief

thecoalitionmag:

Hey, bubs!

Our music issue is currently in the works! I’ve had my eye fixated on a music issue since day one and now that it’s finally in the making, i am more excited than ever. This issue is dedicated to highlighting women of colour in music: up and coming artists and those who also paved the way and brought in loud voices, different techniques, and vigor that we still feed off of today. There are so many grrrls of colour today invading the punk scene, grunge scene, etc and not enough acknowledgement given to them. This issue is going to serve as a platform for them. The demonizing of black women in the hip hop industry is becoming a rampant issue. In this issue, we will talk at length about black women in hip hop (and other genres) and highlight our fave songstresses, from back in the day to those who are barging in and making a name for themselves. Not only will we be highlighting artists, but we’ll have reviews, in-depth articles, interviews with the raddest people you will ever meet, playlists to last you the next two years, and much more. 

We need your help to make this issue the biggest one yet and you can help us in two ways. First of all, we are calling all grrrls of colour who want to write, illustrate, or contribute anything to this issue to come through and email us at msgthecoalition@gmail.com. We are also calling on musicians/artists who are on the rise/unknown and want to share their music with us, come thru and email us too! Secondly, in order to bring this issue to life (that’s printing it) we need sufficient funds to print enough copies to sell, not only online, but at your local bookstore or zine shop. We are trying to get our message as far out as possible as we can! Help us by donating to our GoFundMe, any amount counts. Our current goal is $350 and we need to have this issue sent out for printing by the 15th of October. Any and every contribution counts, every reblog and tweet counts!

You can help by spreading this like wildfire too! Let everyone know we’re coming thru with power.

-Fabiola, editor in chief

(via camgirlproject)

September 20, 2014
oldcarsdontgoveryfast:

the latest issue of my zine Miniatures is now in stock at Sticky Institute and will be up on etsy very soon. Or you can just contact me and we can arrange something!

oldcarsdontgoveryfast:

the latest issue of my zine Miniatures is now in stock at Sticky Institute and will be up on etsy very soon. Or you can just contact me and we can arrange something!

September 17, 2014
ghostghost:

My boyf made this zine and it is absolutely one of the funniest things I’ve ever read. Not even biased. You can buy it here for two clams.

ghostghost:

My boyf made this zine and it is absolutely one of the funniest things I’ve ever read. Not even biased. You can buy it here for two clams.

(via moonandwhistle)

September 15, 2014

nnnick-nolannn:

I’m excited to announce that my first proper zine “Garbage is Life, Life is Garbage // Anxiety Hangover” is up for sale on my etsy store and will also soon be available at Sticky Institute.

This a5 zine is a collection of work from 2013 and 2014, printed in black onto lush ‘musk’ pink paper. These are a super limited edition of 20 and are $10 each. Buy one HERE.

I don’t know if I’ll be reprinting these at the moment, it depends on if there’s a high demand for them or not (Plus I want to move on to other zine endevours eventually) so if you are interested in getting your hands on a copy you best act fast!

(via moonandwhistle)

September 14, 2014
welovezines:

Under The Influence is now taking submissions for Crush Zine!
Words, photos, drawings, poetry, prose, etchings, collages! Anything and everything all about crushes!
Email your ideas and submissions to undertheinfluencezines@gmail.com.
For more info on Under The Influence zines, head to www.facebook.com/undertheinfluencezines.

welovezines:

Under The Influence is now taking submissions for Crush Zine!

Words, photos, drawings, poetry, prose, etchings, collages! Anything and everything all about crushes!

Email your ideas and submissions to undertheinfluencezines@gmail.com.

For more info on Under The Influence zines, head to www.facebook.com/undertheinfluencezines.

September 14, 2014

surlytemple:

filmmefatales:

FILMME FATALES ISSUE #5 IS AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER NOW.

READ ALL ABOUT IT ON OYSTERMAG.COM!

LOVE YOU XO BRODIE

^^ i did this!

September 11, 2014

alexandrabeth:

cchannette:

jwisser:

thepasta-nerada:

vvrathia:

the sexual tension when u and ur crush are online on fb at the same time and u just stare at their lil green dot

and suddenly you know what gatsby felt like

This is actually the most profound and appropriate literary allusion I’ve encountered so far this week.

oh my god

Crush Zine research.

(Source: twoukofukawa)

September 10, 2014

babyminaj:

this broke my heart

Crush Zine research.

(Source: unicorn-ghost, via spencerandthefox)