zine, [zeen] noun. 1. abbr. of fanzine; 2. any amateurly-published periodical. Oxford Reference


Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Dan Murphy

Dan Murphy is the creator and publisher of The Juniper, and Elephant Mess. If you wish to swap zines with him, and/or get reviewed by him, send you stuff to:

Dan Murphy
PO Box 9862
Boise ID 83707



Monday, October 23, 2006

Stuart Stratu

I started publishing my own comics anthology [Sick Puppy Comix] back in 1996. It wasn't only full of depraved comix from Australia, USA, Canada, and the Netherlands, but a big comix and zine reviews section. I loved writing about this stuff as much as I loved creating it and trading it with others through the mail.

Anyway, thirteen issues of Sick Puppy later I felt burnt out on zines so took a five year break, then came back in 2008 with a new 'themed' comix anthology, Blackguard. The first issue was the Religious Crazies issue. Then came the Father issue, then Crime, then Fear, then Science. Blackguard is on hold right now since I began in 2013 [along with comics pal David Puckeridge] these what we called 'Diary Comics Challenges'.

The whole time, of course, I've written about zines. And I love to drink beer. I love to drink beer and review comics and zines!

If you'd like me to write about YOURS, send it to me here:

Stuart Stratu
PO Box 35
Marrickville NSW 2204


Monday, October 9, 2006

George Barrington

The Prince of Pickpockets, gentleman rogue, artful adversary,convict,
upholder of the law, and underground literary brand. Proud of the
claim that ninety nine out of one hundred English people associate the
colony of NSW with myself, '...ropes, gibbets, arson, burglary and
Governor MacKenzie.'

Will review *all zines* except for poetry zines. No poetry zines.


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