Tag Archives: list of zines

Zines I’ve read in 2020 (August)

Whether there’s a heat wave or a snow storm going on, reading zines (and making zines!) is always a good idea. Here are the ones I devoured in August: (More info, photos, and web links under the photo)

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Zines I’ve read in 2020 (July – IZM)

Hello! Here are all the zines I’ve read during International Zine Month 2020! These include newsletters, perzines, travelzines, musiczines… Inside you can find stories about underrated 90s bands, boxing in antifascist and feminist groups, gentrification, living in the Bay area, … Continue reading

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Zines I’ve read in 2020 (June)

Here are all the zines I read in June! These include wonderful paper treasures about travelling, colonial history, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, tattoos and piercings, finding your writing voice, boardgames, what artists can do during fascist times, witchiness, diet … Continue reading

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Zines I’ve read in 2020 (May)

With a bit of delay, here are all the zines I’ve read last month. These include zines about travelling to Berlin, old cinemas in Leeds, the relation between food and music, miniature train collections, anarchist thoughts on love + police … Continue reading

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Zines I’ve read in 2020 (April)

Still in lockdown but at least there are zines! In April I read these gems: These zines talk about the Covid 19 virus and lockdown, anarchist activism, introvert thoughts, guilty pleasures, travelling by coach, book recommendations, self-care, witchy stuff, and … Continue reading

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Zines I’ve read in 2020 (March)

Hi there, I hope you are OK! I would like to show you which zines I’ve been reading in the past month. I expected to read a lot more during this lockdown but I found it hard to concentrate on … Continue reading

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Zines I’ve read in 2020 (January + February)

These are the first zines I read in 2020! We’ve got zines about house bunnies, asexuality, invented languages, bigotry in progressive communities, rhubarb, halloween, and much more. I was so happy to discover and read all of these amazing little … Continue reading

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Zines I’ve read in 2019 (Nov – Dec)

Welcome to the final batch of zines that I’ve read this year! There are zines about radical queerness, female musicians, making terrariums, migraines, veganism, the film “Ghostbusters” (the cool new one, with the female actors), and much more! You’ll certainly … Continue reading

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Zines I’ve read in 2019 (Sept – Oct) (ZineWriMo 2019 edition)

Here I am again with some mini-reviews/descriptions/recommendations of all the zines I’ve read in the past two months – a special ZineWriMo 2019 review edition. The goal of this list of zines is not to write deep analyses and thoughtful … Continue reading

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Zines I read in 2019 (August)

Welcome to another edition of mini-reviews/descriptions/photos of the zines I read! In this edition there are a lot of zines I bought/traded at Swindon Zine Fest and North West Zine Fest but also many others. Subjects range from (outer) space, … Continue reading

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