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


Saturday, March 25, 2006

Randy Spaghetti

Randy Spaghetti is a photographer, and creator of the zines Spaghetti Dinner & Dancing, and Darlene Rocknroll Fanzine.. His reviews come from his blog, Randy Spaghetti. Send him stuff.

Randy Spaghetti
POB 121
Hayden ID 83835

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Thursday, March 23, 2006

Daniel Peralta

My name is Daniel Peralta, and I am currently a student living in a small, dusty town in Tennessee.

Writing, creating, and music are my passions, and getting into the zine and creative world for me has been life-changing. I enjoy Pop Culture, and my favorite music artist is Lorde.

When reading and reviewing zines, I am pretty much open to anything! My favorites include gripping flash-fiction and art zines, as well as any kinds of poetry. However, I am open to anything, like I said!

Due to how busy I have been, I'm afraid I will not have the time commitment to review all zines proposed, however, if you would like to shoot me an email at danielsvperalta (at) g mail (dot) com, and tell me a little about your zine, I would be more than happy to chat.

Tuesday, March 14, 2006

John Bobst

I've been writing zines for two years now but I've been writing since about the 6th grade. I enjoy perzines because I like being inside other people's heads and seeing how they experience the world. If you send me a perzine that is brutally honest and real, I promise I will enjoy it. Also, anything involving mental health, humor, DIY, comics, and any silliness, nonsense, or whimsy, would be of interest to me.

John Bobst
735 Dartmouth pl.
Gilroy CA 95020



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