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Green Zine Contest 2017

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Zine Fair 2017

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Collection Overview

Title: Zine CollectionAdd to your cart.

ID: ASM0333

Extent: 92.0 Boxes. More info below.

Formats/Genres: Pamphlets, Periodicals

Scope and Contents of the Materials

An ongoing collection of zines added to the holdings of the University of Miami Libraries Special Collections. Zines are typically independent and self published booklets popular in underground subcultures. The first zines were fanzines, started in the early 20th century by science fiction fans documenting the genre. The format truly took off with the punk rock movement of the 1970s, as a do-it-yourself spirit inspired legions of underground punk fans to start raw but vibrant journals documenting the nascent music scenes in their communities. Zine topics would broaden throughout the 1980s and 1990s to cover a variety of subject areas, from comics to anarchist politics to women’s rights, to more mundane subjects like dumpster diving, alternative fashions, tattoo art, and much more. Despite the expansion of topics, the format usually remained the same—self-published booklets printed in limited editions and typically produced with a photocopy machine.

Subject/Index Terms

Little magazines
Little magazines - Florida
Little magazines - Latin America
Underground press publications - Florida
Underground press publications - Latin America

Administrative Information

Alternate Extent Statement: 87 boxes

Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research.

Use Restrictions: University of Miami does not own copyright. It is incumbent on the user to obtain copyright from the original author.

Preferred Citation: Zine Collection, Special Collections, University of Miami Libraries, Coral Gables, Florida


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Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Apollo Astro, 2002Add to your cart.
Issue 4. Subjects are comics, and personal.
Folder 2: Back\Slash Magazine, 2009Add to your cart.
Volume 2, Issue 1. Subjects are college, lifestyle, and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 3: Barnard Zine Library Zine, 2008Add to your cart.
Subjects are zines, reference, and education.
Folder 4: A Bitter Grain of Salt, 1991Add to your cart.
Subjects are art, and mind/body. Published in Tallahassee, Florida.
Folder 5: Chrome Fetus, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 6. Subject is comics.
Folder 6: The CIA Makes Science Fiction Unexciting, 2006Add to your cart.
Issue 4. Subjects are biography, Caribbean and Latin American, and political.
Folder 7: Citizen Elvis, 2003Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are comics, and art.
Folder 8: The Fuse, 1969Add to your cart.
Volume 2, Issue 1, 3. Subjects are political, socialism, and fringe.
Folder 9: Hausfrau, 2006Add to your cart.
Issue 9. Subjects are parenting, and women's studies.
Folder 10: The Informant, 1983?Add to your cart.
Volume 2, Issue 3. Subjects are punk rock, art, and Florida. Published in Orlando, Florida.
Folder 11: MOCA'zine, 2009Add to your cart.
Issue 10. Subjects are art, teens, and South Florida. Published in North Miami, Florida.
Folder 12: Mouth of the Rat, 1980Add to your cart.
Issue 15. Subjects are punk rock, and South Florida. Published in Deerfield Beach, Florida.
Folder 13: My Jodie Book, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are fanzine, film, and Jodie Foster.
Folder 14: Poems of an Unknown Baker, 1990Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry, work, and food and drink. Published in Tallahassee, Florida.
Folder 15: Rational Inquirer, 1994-1995Add to your cart.
Issue 1, 3, 4, 5. Subjects are punk rock and South Florida. Published in Hialeah, Florida.
Folder 16: Rational Inquirer, 1996-1997Add to your cart.
Issue 6, 7, 8. Subjects are punk rock and South Florida. Published in Hialeah, Florida.
Folder 17: SCAM, 2005Add to your cart.
Issue 6. Subjects are street art, Caribbean & Latin American, and travel.
Folder 18: Sniffin' Glue...and Other Rock'n'Roll Habits, 1977Add to your cart.
Issue 7, 10, 12. Subjects are punk rock.
Folder 19: So, You're a Freshman?, 2007Add to your cart.
Subjects are college, lifestyle, and personal.
Folder 20: Tabloid, 2010Add to your cart.
Issue 9. Subjects are art, and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 21: This Is Your Final Warning, 1988Add to your cart.
Subjects are humor, and fringe.
Folder 22: Unleavened Bread, 1991Add to your cart.
Subjects are personal, anti-war, and Florida. Published in Tallahassee, Florida.
Folder 23: Useless Information, 1977Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issue 2. Subjects are punk rock, and Florida. Published in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Folder 24: Zine Librarian Zine, 2009Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subjects are zines, reference, and how to.
Box 2Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Free radio handbook, 1994Add to your cart.
Subjects are free radio, diy, and how to.
Folder 2: Mad love, 2008Add to your cart.
Subjects are biography, and literary.
Folder 4: Norton (unleashed), n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are pets, animal rights, and vegetarianism/veganism.
Folder 5: Muco, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are compilation, miscellaneous, and foreign language.
Folder 6: Notas de resistencia, 1994Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are immigration, politics, and human rights.
Folder 7: Out of our heads, 1993Add to your cart.
Issue 4. Subjects are poetry, literary, and art.
Folder 8: Pete's quest for Christmas, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is literary.
Folder 9: Poember grafixtures, 1980Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry, literary, and art.
Folder 10: Shut up and love the rain, 2010Add to your cart.
Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, comics, and personal.
Folder 11: Poor man's heaven, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are utopianism, history, and religion.
Folder 12: Total destruction, 2009Add to your cart.
Issue 5. Subjects are straight edge, vegetarianism/veganism, and politics.
Folder 13: Trash 3-D pop up book, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is art.
Folder 14: Pretty girls, 2007Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subjects are sex/sexuality, and women's studies.
Folder 15: The rap brothers say no to drugs, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are anti-drug, teens, and humor.
Folder 16: Rev. Richard J. Mackin's book of letters, 2001?-2002?Add to your cart.
Issue 16, 17. Subjects are letters, humor, and political.
Folder 17: Reversal of man, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is punk rock.
Folder 18: Seventh grade, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is biography, personal, and teens.
Folder 19: Shellac, 1999Add to your cart.
Issue 0. Subjects are literary, and art.
Folder 20: Towards a less fucked up world, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are alcoholism, anarchism, and personal.
Folder 21: Untitled anarcho-feminist anti-rape zine, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are women's rights, and feminist.
Folder 22: Vaca, flaca y minotauro, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are political, Caribbean & Latin American, and foreign language. Published in Argentina?
Folder 23: Workers' opposition, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are workers' rights and unionism.
Folder 24: The zine yearbook, 1999Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subjects are zines and reference. Published in Sarasota, Florida.
Box 3Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Eye am Eye, 1991Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are comics, race, and political.
Folder 2: Freedom isn't Free, 1996Add to your cart.
Issue 4. Subjects are poetry, and literary.
Folder 3: Full Metal Faggot, n.d., 1997, 2010Add to your cart.
Issue 1, 2, 3, 4. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and literary.
Folder 4: Girly-Boy, 1999Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are sexuality, gender, and literary.
Folder 5: The GSM, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 4. Subjects are skinhead, and lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 6: Homeless Youth Alliance, 2009/2010Add to your cart.
Subjects are homelessness, teens, and art.
Folder 7: Hungry for the Illusion of Thrills, 1999Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry, and literary.
Folder 8: Instead of a Magazine, 1980s (1984-1988)Add to your cart.
Volume 4, Issue 26, 32, 33, 34, 35, 39, 40, 45. Subjects are anarchism, political, and prisons.
Folder 9: Integrity, 1972Add to your cart.
Volume 5, Issue 1. Subjects are objectivism, libertarianism, and poetry.
Folder 10: It's a Wonderful Lifestyle, 1993Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subjects are nostalgia, popular culture, and history.
Folder 11: Jimmy and Lucy's House of "K", 1985Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subjects are literary, and review.
Folder 12: Laute, 2001Add to your cart.
Issue 151. Subjects are foreign languange, linguistics, and Esperanto.
Folder 13: Learning to Leave a Paper Trail, 2009Add to your cart.
Subjects are zines, reference, and review.
Folder 14: Libertarian Connection, 1971Add to your cart.
Issue 23. Subjects are libertarianism, and political.
Folder 15: Likes/Dislikes, 2005Add to your cart.
Subject is personal.
Folder 16: Six Weeks to Words of Power, 1994Add to your cart.
Subjects are linguistics, political, and bootleg.
Folder 17: Skin and Bones, 1988Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 18: Slam + R2K + 10, 2010Add to your cart.
Subjects are prisons, police brutality, and protests.
Folder 19: Slogan, 2000Add to your cart.
Issue 18. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 20: Smile, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 10. Subject is literary.
Folder 21: Support, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are sexual abuse, mental health, and personal.
Folder 22: Teen!, 2005Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are comics, and teens.
Folder 23: Tensor, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are surrealism, literary, and philosophy.
Folder 24: This is About Us, n.d.Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issue 1. Subjects are cooperatives, food and drink, and DIY.
Box 4Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Adventures in swine, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are comics, humor, and drugs.
Folder 2: Aeon, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are personal, Caribbean and Latin American, and zines. Published in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Folder 3: Ahimsa, 1995Add to your cart.
Subjects are vegetarianism/veganism, animal rights, and ecology.
Folder 4: All out war, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are chess, and anarchism.
Folder 5: An anarchist primer, 1988Add to your cart.
Subjects are anarchism, and political.
Folder 6: Juice box politics, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are anarchism, political, and protests. "Cut and paste anarchist zine with brief introductions of the authors (under pseudonyms) on the last page. Dedicated to Fred Hampton"--Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookdealer
Folder 7: The astronauts did not walk on the moon, 1972Add to your cart.
Subjects are conspiracy theories, and pseudoscience.
Folder 8: Big forehead express, 1990-1991Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issue 2, 3, 5, 10; Volume 2, Issue 2. Subjects are political, journalism, Caribbean & Latin American, and zines.
Folder 9: Bipolar distribution, 1997Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are zines, and Florida. Published in Pensacola, Florida. "Zine put out by a zine distributor, including writeups of some of his favorites. Cover has an 'alien autopsy' scene"--Description from Bolerium Books, bookdealer
Folder 10: Black badger, 2000sAdd to your cart.
Issue 3, 7, and 8. Subjects are anarchism, political, review, letters, and work. "Anarchist zine by an Emergency Medical Technician; includes discussion of his ambulance work as well as correspondence with prisoners. Issue 3 includes a letter from Ted Kaczynski.."--Description from Bolerium Books, bookdealer
Folder 11: Black power speaks, 1968Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are race, civil rights, and political. "Egbuna was the Nigerian-born co-founder of the British Black Panther Party. Includes articles on Jesus Christ as racist, Ghetto Reports (a note mentions crackdown on West Indians at a ska club), a Women's corner column, a piece on the Spirit of Bandung"
Folder 12: Black struggle, 1976Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are race, civil rights, and capitalism. "Published by a collective of Caribbean and South Asian immigrants and others, with coverage of racist violence against immigrants, analysis of deficient reactions by the left, and more"--Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookdealer
Folder 13: Blinking red lights and the souls of our friends, 2003Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are personal, anarchism, and squatters.
Folder 14: The book of prison slang, 1993Add to your cart.
Subjects are linguistics, and prisons.
Folder 15: A brief history of the Black Panther Party and its place in the black liberation movement, 1985Add to your cart.
Subjects are race, civil rights, and history.
Folder 16: Boing Boing, 1990Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subjects are science fiction, literary, and cyberpunk. "Second issue of arguably the most important zine to emerge from the movement. Boing Boing was--along with MONDO 2000 -- instrumental in the establishment of the cyberpunk aesthetic that would dominate the early emergence of internet culture"
Folder 17: Bumper to bumper, 1985Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry, and literary.
Folder 18: Calliopes corner, 1985Add to your cart.
Issue 16.  Subjects are poetry, and literary.
Folder 19: Calliopes corner, 1985Add to your cart.
Issue 19. Subjects are poetry, and literary.
Folder 20: Canvas, 2003Add to your cart.
Subjects are skateboarding, and art. "Zine-style booklet produced with photos from a skater-art show in Portland; text by the artists describes what skating adds to their lives"--Description from Bolerium Books, bookdealer
Folder 21: Chain reaction, 1999Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are prisons, anarchism, and anti-capitalism. "Large-format anarchist zine about the Texas prison system. Cover cartoon shows a pig wearing a hat labeled HPD (presumably Houston Police Department"--Description from Bolerium Books, bookdealer
Folder 22: The Chicago collective, 1990Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry, and literary. Published in Longwood, Florida.
Folder 23: Citi voice, 1993Add to your cart.
Issue 5, 7. Subjects are poetry, and literary.
Folder 24: City of heated souls, 1985Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry, literary, and Florida. Published in Brandon, Florida.
Folder 25: Colors of resistance, 2001Add to your cart.
Subjects are political, college, and Florida. Published in Gainesville, Florida.
Folder 26: Liaj Luv Chaw Tsaws, 1989Add to your cart.
"A publication of the Hmong Community Association of the Hmong of French Guyana. For a young missionary who wanted to absorb everything he could about scholarly Hmong, this little magazine was a super find. Most issues had 60 pages or so of scholarly articles, stories, poems, songs, all in the Hmong language" - quoted from Michael Andrew Ellis on Goodreads.com
Folder 27: Punk Magazine, 1976Add to your cart.
Issue 2, 4. Subjects are punk rock, and music. "Extensive cover article and interview with Patti Smith, plus articles on Television, Talking Heads, Lenny Kaye and an interview with Blood Sucking Leeches. The important and uncommon second issue of the influential magazine on Punk."--Between the Covers "The fourth issue of eponymous magazine that coined the term. Contents include the famous Debbie Harry centerfold, cover story on Iggy Pop, full page ad for the Ramones first album, an interview with Theresta Stern (Richard Hell and Tom Verlaine…)"--Description from Between the Covers, bookdealer.
Box 5Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Come as you are/viens tel que tu es, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are art, developmental disabilities, and sustainable farming.
Folder 2: The continuing adventures of boy with a fish for a head and friends, 2003Add to your cart.
Subjects are comics, and humor.
Folder 3: Control unit prisons, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are prisons, and political.
Folder 4: Crux, 1989Add to your cart.
Issue 4. Subjects are UFOs, alien abduction, and conspiracy theories. "Issue of UFO journal largely devoted to "the Triad Expirement" detaling the alien abductions of the editor's wife, Christa Tilton. Discusses the recurrence of "winged serpent" emblems & symbols in UFO cases"--Description from Bolerium Books, bookseller
Folder 5: The Crystal Ball, 1979-1980Add to your cart.
Issue 3, 15, 16, 17, 18. Subjects are conspiracy theories, political, and paranoia.
Folder 6: The Crystal Ball, 1980Add to your cart.
Issue 19, 20, 21, 22. Subjects are conspiracy theories, political, and paranoia.
Folder 7: The Crystal Ball, 1981Add to your cart.
Issues 23-27. Subjects are conspiracy theories, political, and paranoia.
Folder 8: The Crystal Ball, 1981Add to your cart.
Issues 28-32. Subjects are conspiracy theories, political, and paranoia.
Folder 9: The Crystal Ball, 1979-1980Add to your cart.
Special report issues. Subjects are conspiracy theories, political, paranoia, health and UFOs.
Folder 10: The Crystal Ball, 1981-1985Add to your cart.
Issues 33-38, 40, 44, 49, 52, 57, 60. Subjects are conspiracy theories, political, and paranoia.
Folder 11: A Close Encounter with Our Money System, 1982Add to your cart.
Subjects are conspiracy theories and economics.
Folder 12: Daily Lobe, 1984Add to your cart.
Issue 4. Subjects are political, anarchism and anti-capitalism.
Folder 13: Dance of the Skeletons, 2006Add to your cart.
Issue 4. Subjects are workers' rights, unionism and anarchism.
Folder 14: Do-It-Yourself Silkscreening, 2004Add to your cart.
Subjects are silkscreening, DIY and comics.
Folder 15: Do Not Disturb, 1984Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Poetry Motel." Issue 1. Subjects are poetry and literary.
Folder 16: Dragazine, 1991-1993Add to your cart.
Issues 1-5. Subjects are drag queens, lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and fashion. "[M]agazine that explored and celebrated drag queens and their cultural environment, with articles on famous drag queens, pop culture celebrities, fashion, advice, and related topics, profusely illustrated throughout with photographs, drawings, cartoons, etc. Topics include: Chi Chi LaRue, Boy George, Doris Day, "La Cage aux Folles", Vaginal Davis, the photography of Nan Golden." -- dealer description
Folder 17: Dragazine, 1993-1994Add to your cart.
Issues 6-7. Subjects are drag queens, lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and fashion. "[M]agazine that explored and celebrated drag queens and their cultural environment, with articles on famous drag queens, pop culture celebrities, fashion, advice, and related topics, profusely illustrated throughout with photographs, drawings, cartoons, etc. Topics include: Chi Chi LaRue, Boy George, Doris Day, "La Cage aux Folles", Vaginal Davis, the photography of Nan Golden." -- dealer description
Folder 18: Dragazine, 1995-1997Add to your cart.
Issues 8-10. Subjects are drag queens, lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and fashion. "[M]agazine that explored and celebrated drag queens and their cultural environment, with articles on famous drag queens, pop culture celebrities, fashion, advice, and related topics, profusely illustrated throughout with photographs, drawings, cartoons, etc. Topics include: Chi Chi LaRue, Boy George, Doris Day, "La Cage aux Folles", Vaginal Davis, the photography of Nan Golden." -- dealer description
Box 6Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Epic Moments of Personal Failure, 2011Add to your cart.
"Black and white laser print on copy paper, digital media.... Digital media allow me to emphasize specific elements of my subject matter. My work draws from interactions, habits, and reasoning to form pieces that are simultaneously individual and relatable."--Artist's statement from Abecedarian Gallery (book seller) web site. Subjects are personal, and art.
Folder 2: Essays from the Minister of Defense, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are racism, and African-American studies.
Folder 3: Etiquette, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are etiquette, and sociology.
Folder 4: Factsheet Five, 1989Add to your cart.
Issue 31. Subjects are zines, reference, and review.
Folder 5: Factsheet Five, 1990Add to your cart.
Issue 39. Subjects are zines, reference, and review.
Folder 6: Faggot, 1991Add to your cart.
"Intended as first issue of a zine by gay opponents of the Iraq War; unknown whether later issues were published...Cover story alleges US air strikes are missing 90% of their targets; also brief reports on conscientious objectors and US soldiers raping women in their own armed forces." -- descriptions from dealer. Subjects are anti-war, and lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 7: Finite and Flammable, 2011Add to your cart.
"Autobiographical and often humorous pieces by various zinesters about projects they did and didn't pull off" -- Description from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are personal, zines, and literary.
Folder 8: Poetry motel, 1985Add to your cart.
Issue 4. Subject is poetry.
Folder 9: Fishwrap, 2004-2005Add to your cart.
Volumes 1-2. Subjects are small towns, sociology, and geography.
Folder 10: Fishwrap, 2006-2007Add to your cart.
Volumes 3-4. Subjects are small towns, sociology, and geography.
Folder 11: Fishwrap, 2006-2008Add to your cart.
Subjects are small towns, sociology, and geography.
Box 7Add to your cart.
Folder 1: The Flower of Harm, 1998Add to your cart.
Issue 2. "Themes of this issue are love as an insurrectionary act, and music. The latter section includes Communique #1 from Cherubim Ridiculoi/Homo Ludens." -- Description from dealer. Subjects are anarchism, love, and music.
Folder 2: Forklift Ohio, n.d.Add to your cart.
Volume 4, issue 2. Subtitled, "A Journal of Poetry, Cooking, and Light Industrial Safety." Subjects are poetry, and food/drink.
Folder 3: From Occupation to Occupation: 80 Years of U.S. Crimes in Haiti, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are Caribbean & Latin America, history, and political.
Folder 4: Funny Weather We're Having a the Moment, isn't it Dear?, 2000Add to your cart.
"Booklet of cartoons in which a buzzcut environmentalist goes head-to-head with obese American businessmen in a statistics-rich argument for cutting CO2 emissions." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are comics, and environmental.
Folder 5: Genealo-zine, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subtitled, "A zine about finding your roots." Subjects are geneology, personal, and mental health.
Folder 6: Hermana, Resist, 2001?Add to your cart.
"Autobiographical zine by the 'techno-savvy Chicana' author, with much on her dissatisfaction with earlier Chicano activists and her personal medical issues." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are personal, Hispanic-Americans, and activism.
Folder 7: The Hidden World, 1962Add to your cart.
Issue B-1. Subjects are paranormal, and science fiction.
Folder 8: The Hidden World, 1962Add to your cart.
Issue A-8. Subjects are paranormal, and science fiction.
Folder 9: The Hidden World, 1964Add to your cart.
Issue A-13. Subjects are paranormal, and science fiction.
Folder 10: The Hidden World, 1964Add to your cart.
Issue A-14. Subjects are paranormal, and science fiction.
Folder 11: The Hidden World, 1964Add to your cart.
Issue A-15. Subjects are paranormal, and science fiction.
Folder 12: The Hidden World, 1964Add to your cart.
Issue A-16. Subjects are paranormal, and science fiction.
Box 8Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Home Grown, 1977Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issue 1. "A fascinating production which spanned the gap between the hippie and punk eras of drug use in the UK and Europe, published by underground press veteran and South African émigré Lee Harris, a former member of the African National Congress, co-founder of the London Arts Lab, and writer for the International Times...articles by and about Timothy Leary, Michael Hollingshead, William Burroughs, Ian Drury, Patti Smith, Peter Tosh, Gilbert Shelton, Heathcote Williams etc., covering topics including 'the jazzman's view on dope', the history of LSD, and various aspects of marijuana cultivation and use, illustrated throughout with reproductions of photographs, comics strips, caricatures, and other graphics, many in color, most of an explicitly psychedelic nature."--Descriptions from F.A. Bernett Books, bookseller. Subjects are drugs, and culture.
Folder 2: Home Grown, 1977-1979Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issues 2-4. "A fascinating production which spanned the gap between the hippie and punk eras of drug use in the UK and Europe, published by underground press veteran and South African émigré Lee Harris, a former member of the African National Congress, co-founder of the London Arts Lab, and writer for the International Times...articles by and about Timothy Leary, Michael Hollingshead, William Burroughs, Ian Drury, Patti Smith, Peter Tosh, Gilbert Shelton, Heathcote Williams etc., covering topics including 'the jazzman's view on dope', the history of LSD, and various aspects of marijuana cultivation and use, illustrated throughout with reproductions of photographs, comics strips, caricatures, and other graphics, many in color, most of an explicitly psychedelic nature."--Descriptions from F.A. Bernett Books, bookseller. Subjects are drugs, and culture.
Folder 3: Home Grown, 1979-1980Add to your cart.
Volume 1, issues 5-7. "A fascinating production which spanned the gap between the hippie and punk eras of drug use in the UK and Europe, published by underground press veteran and South African émigré Lee Harris, a former member of the African National Congress, co-founder of the London Arts Lab, and writer for the International Times...articles by and about Timothy Leary, Michael Hollingshead, William Burroughs, Ian Drury, Patti Smith, Peter Tosh, Gilbert Shelton, Heathcote Williams etc., covering topics including 'the jazzman's view on dope', the history of LSD, and various aspects of marijuana cultivation and use, illustrated throughout with reproductions of photographs, comics strips, caricatures, and other graphics, many in color, most of an explicitly psychedelic nature."--Descriptions from F.A. Bernett Books, bookseller. Subjects are drugs, and culture.
Folder 4: Home Grown, 1980-1981Add to your cart.
Volume 1, issues 8-10. "A fascinating production which spanned the gap between the hippie and punk eras of drug use in the UK and Europe, published by underground press veteran and South African émigré Lee Harris, a former member of the African National Congress, co-founder of the London Arts Lab, and writer for the International Times...articles by and about Timothy Leary, Michael Hollingshead, William Burroughs, Ian Drury, Patti Smith, Peter Tosh, Gilbert Shelton, Heathcote Williams etc., covering topics including 'the jazzman's view on dope', the history of LSD, and various aspects of marijuana cultivation and use, illustrated throughout with reproductions of photographs, comics strips, caricatures, and other graphics, many in color, most of an explicitly psychedelic nature."--Descriptions from F.A. Bernett Books, bookseller. Subjects are drugs, and culture.
Folder 5: Incendiary Devices, 1994?Add to your cart.
Issues 3-4. "Contents include 'criminals of the world unite,' articles on Seattle gentrification, an interview with an antifascist from British Columbia, a 'nihilistic perspective on childhood sexual abuse,' and more. Flyer laid in about Mumia Abu Jamal."--Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are political, racism, gentrification, and police brutality.
Folder 6: Independence for British Guiana Now, 1963Add to your cart.
Subjects are Caribbean & Latin America, and anti-colonialism.
Folder 7: The Joker's Way Out, n.d.Add to your cart.
Volume 2, Issue 1. Subjects are art, poetry, and literary.
Folder 8: The Journal of Borderland Research, 1981Add to your cart.
Volume XXXVII, Issue 1. Subjects are paranormal, and pseudoscience.
Folder 9: The Larsen File, 1982Add to your cart.
Issues 39-43. Subjects are conspiracy theories, political, and paranoia.
Folder 10: The Larsen File, 1982-1983Add to your cart.
Issues 44-47, 49-50. Subjects are conspiracy theories, political, and paranoia.
Folder 11: The Larsen File, 1983-1984Add to your cart.
Issues 51-54, 57. Subjects are conspiracy theories, political, and paranoia.
Folder 12: The Larsen File, 1985Add to your cart.
Issues 58-60, 62-63. Subjects are conspiracy theories, political, and paranoia.
Folder 13: The Larsen File, 1986Add to your cart.
Issues 64-69. Subjects are conspiracy theories, political, and paranoia.
Folder 14: Life in Christ: Instructions in the Catholic Faith, 1994Add to your cart.
Subjects are religion, and satire.
Folder 15: Logomotive, 1990sAdd to your cart.
Issue 1. "First issue of the zine...with explicit photography and contributions from all points on the spectrum of polymorphous perversity. Includes the editor's advice to other zinesters about making sexzines, short fiction and more."--Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and sex/sexuality.
Folder 16: Mitt Liv I Smutsen, 1997Add to your cart.
Subject is art.
Folder 17: MUFON, the UFO Phenomenon, 1977-1978Add to your cart.
Subjects are paranormal, conspiracy theories, and pseudoscience.
Folder 18: Mutantezine, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are photography, and art.
Folder 19: The Miami Model- A guide to the events surrounding the FTAA Ministerial in Miami, 2005Add to your cart.
Subject is free trade of the Americas
Box 9Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Neurolog, 1977Add to your cart.
Issue 3. "In this issue: John White on UFO contacts; recombinant DNA; dolphin communication; intelligent mushrooms?; SETI..."--Descriptions from cover. Subjects are paranormal, and pseudoscience.
Folder 2: No Fascism in the New Wave, 2012Add to your cart.
"Zine devoted to the ethnic dimensions of the first wave of California punk, reprinting articles from early zines on Chicano, Asian, Black and anti-racist white punk bands, including critiques of racism in the scene. Intentionally misspelled title comes from a comic strip included in the collection."--Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are punk, ethnicity, and racism.
Folder 3: No State Solution: A Jewish Anarchist Perspective on the Israel-Palestine Conflict, 2003Add to your cart.
Subjects are anarchism, and Middle East.
Folder 4: Note to Prisoners, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is personal.
Folder 5: O.D.F., n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are paranormal, pseudoscience, and conspiracy theories.
Folder 6: Prepare for World Wide Flipout, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are conspiracy theories, and pseudoscience.
Folder 7: Por Una Huelga Salvaje Del Arte, 1999?Add to your cart.
"Spanish translation of a presentation given in 1997 at a conference on 'subversion and aesthetic terrorism' in Glasgow."--Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are art, and political.
Folder 8: Preface: Anarchism By Any Other Name, 2001Add to your cart.
Subjects are anarchism, and direct action.
Folder 9: Processed World, 1982Add to your cart.
Issues 3-5.
Folder 10: Processed World, 1982-1983Add to your cart.
Issues 6-8. Subjects are work, political, technology, and sex/sexuality.
Folder 11: Processed World, 1983-1984Add to your cart.
Issues 9-11. Subjects are work, political, and technology.
Folder 12: Processed World, 1985Add to your cart.
Issues 12-13. Subjects are work, political, and technology.
Folder 13: Processed World, 1985-1986Add to your cart.
Issues 14-16. Subjects are Subjects are work, political, and technology.
Folder 14: Processed World, 1986-1987Add to your cart.
Issues 17-20. Subjects are work, political, technology, sex/sexuality, and health.
Folder 15: Processed World, 1988-1989Add to your cart.
Issues 21, 23-24. Subjects are work, political, and technology.
Folder 16: Processed World, 1990, 1992Add to your cart.
Issues 25, 28-29. Subjects are work, political, and technology.
Box 10Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Processed World, 1993Add to your cart.
Issues 30-31. Subjects are work, political, and technology.
Folder 2: Processed World, 1993, 2005Add to your cart.
Issues 32, 2.005 Subjects are work, political, and technology.
Folder 3: Pure Honey, 2012Add to your cart.
Issue 9. Subjects are music, and South Florida.
Folder 4: Razorcake, 2012Add to your cart.
Issue 67. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 5: Red Star Rising Again!, 1996-1997Add to your cart.
Volume 1, issues 2 & 4. "Two issues of the zine journal...the later issue is addressed to an editor at The Fifth Estate who has penciled snarky comments in the margins...anonymous editor comments on brief quotes from various Marxist and other counterculture heros."--Descriptions from bookseller. Subjects are communism, and political.
Folder 6: Reggae St. Review, 1983Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issue 2. Subjects are religion, and African-American studies.
Folder 7: The Reincarnation of our Radioactive Brains, 2008Add to your cart.
"Created by interns at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. 'Inspired by zine history, we decided to produce a zine of our own.' Laid in is a letter signed by eight contributors."--Descriptions from bookseller. Subjects are art, and zines.
Folder 8: Rev. Richard J. Mackin's Book of Letters, 1997Add to your cart.
Issue 7. Subtitled, "Consumer Defense Corporate Poetry." Subjects are letters, humor, and political.
Folder 9: The Runestone, 1982Add to your cart.
"Neo-pagan journal devoted to Odinism (Asatru). Includes material on the 'Wild Hunt' column by Edred Thorsson on German runic esotericism, building a Ve, considerable letter to the editor, plus pagan ads. Some discussion of race in line with the Assembly's call for 'the preservation of the cultural and biological integrity of the People of the North.'" -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are paganism, religion, and race.
Folder 10: SCP Journal, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "UFOs: Is Science Fiction Coming True". Subjects are paranormal, science fiction, and religion.
Folder 11: Selling a Piece of Your Mother, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "An Article on Seminole Resistance to the U.S. Empire. Reprinted by Everglades Earth First!" Subjects are Native Americans, and Florida.
Folder 12: Search & Destroy, 1977Add to your cart.
Issues 1-2. "An important fanzine that was instrumental in facilitating the crossover of punk attitudes & sensibilities into broader areas of cultural investigation. The editor states; 'I started working on Search & Destroy in January '77. Our approach was really minimalist, we felt that that was the new philosophy. It wasn't just going to be a documentation, it was going to be a catalyst. We felt that the music was the fun part but that it was an entire lifestyle, you don't spend your life playing music on a stage, so we gave book lists, we tried to encourage people to read, we listed films...I soon realized that punk was total cultural revolt. It was a hardcore confrontation with the black side of history and culture, right-wing imagery, sexual taboos, a delving into that had never been done before by any generation in such a thorough way. The punks were the first to examine the Vietnam War after the 1960s, reading Soldier of Fortune magazine: there was a lot of Burroughs in Punk.'"--Descriptions from Cult Jones, bookseller. Subjects are punk rock, and culture.
Folder 13: Search & Destroy, 1977-1978Add to your cart.
Issues 3-5. "An important fanzine that was instrumental in facilitating the crossover of punk attitudes & sensibilities into broader areas of cultural investigation. The editor states; 'I started working on Search & Destroy in January '77. Our approach was really minimalist, we felt that that was the new philosophy. It wasn't just going to be a documentation, it was going to be a catalyst. We felt that the music was the fun part but that it was an entire lifestyle, you don't spend your life playing music on a stage, so we gave book lists, we tried to encourage people to read, we listed films...I soon realized that punk was total cultural revolt. It was a hardcore confrontation with the black side of history and culture, right-wing imagery, sexual taboos, a delving into that had never been done before by any generation in such a thorough way. The punks were the first to examine the Vietnam War after the 1960s, reading Soldier of Fortune magazine: there was a lot of Burroughs in Punk.'"--Descriptions from Cult Jones, bookseller. Subjects are punk rock, and culture.
Folder 14: Search & Destroy, 1978Add to your cart.
Issues 6-8. "An important fanzine that was instrumental in facilitating the crossover of punk attitudes & sensibilities into broader areas of cultural investigation. The editor states; 'I started working on Search & Destroy in January '77. Our approach was really minimalist, we felt that that was the new philosophy. It wasn't just going to be a documentation, it was going to be a catalyst. We felt that the music was the fun part but that it was an entire lifestyle, you don't spend your life playing music on a stage, so we gave book lists, we tried to encourage people to read, we listed films...I soon realized that punk was total cultural revolt. It was a hardcore confrontation with the black side of history and culture, right-wing imagery, sexual taboos, a delving into that had never been done before by any generation in such a thorough way. The punks were the first to examine the Vietnam War after the 1960s, reading Soldier of Fortune magazine: there was a lot of Burroughs in Punk.'"--Descriptions from Cult Jones, bookseller. Subjects are punk rock, and culture.
Folder 15: Search & Destroy, 1978-1979Add to your cart.
Issues 9-11. "An important fanzine that was instrumental in facilitating the crossover of punk attitudes & sensibilities into broader areas of cultural investigation. The editor states; 'I started working on Search & Destroy in January '77. Our approach was really minimalist, we felt that that was the new philosophy. It wasn't just going to be a documentation, it was going to be a catalyst. We felt that the music was the fun part but that it was an entire lifestyle, you don't spend your life playing music on a stage, so we gave book lists, we tried to encourage people to read, we listed films...I soon realized that punk was total cultural revolt. It was a hardcore confrontation with the black side of history and culture, right-wing imagery, sexual taboos, a delving into that had never been done before by any generation in such a thorough way. The punks were the first to examine the Vietnam War after the 1960s, reading Soldier of Fortune magazine: there was a lot of Burroughs in Punk.'"--Descriptions from Cult Jones, bookseller. Subjects are punk rock, and culture.
Folder 16: Smith & the Land, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are comics, and art.
Folder 17: SYB Kids, 2000Add to your cart.
"Almost entirely black and white photos of taggers (mostly with faces covered) and graffiti in the Bay Area, with a single page of text by 'Slob' detailing his escape from police in San Bruno, CA, a the age of 14 when caught tagging. [Also included], a mock questionnair for Averi, another member of the SYB crew." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are graffiti, and street art.
Folder 18: Synthesis/Regeneration, 2011Add to your cart.
Issue 56. Subtitled, "A Magazine of Green Social Thought" Subjects are environmentalism, and political.
Folder 19: Teen Punks in Heat, 1989, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issues 1-2. Subjects are sex/sexuality, sex industry, and punk rock.
Box 11Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Agony, 1991Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and sex/sexuality.
Folder 2: Black Sheets, 1996Add to your cart.
Issue 9. "Numerous contributors on life in the sex industry, from various gender and identity perspectives, much of it autobiographical." -- Descriptions from bookseller. Subjects are sex industry, lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and sex/sexuality.
Folder 3: Caribbean Heat, 1992Add to your cart.
"Targeted at gay travelers and residents of Puerto Rico, with material on local travel and on Cuba, a piece on Pedro Almodovar and more." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, Caribbean & Latin America, and travel.
Folder 4: Comeuppance, 1994Add to your cart.
Issue 4. "Crudely photocopied but textually interesting autobiographical zine by a gay junior at Sarah Lawrence College." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are personal, and lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 5: Dirty Bird: A Queercore Festival, 1996Add to your cart.
"Zine format program booklet for the four-day queer punk gathering." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are queer, and punk rock.
Folder 6: Females Against Violence, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are domestic violence, women's rights, and women's studies.
Folder 7: Five Days of Scribbles, 2010Add to your cart.
Subject is art.
Folder 8: 4strugglemag: From the Hearts and Minds of North American Political Prisoners and Their Friends, 2005, 2007Add to your cart.
Issues 5, 9. "Two issues of the zine-style periodical...Later issue is devoted to the San Francisco 8 and widely-known cases such as Mumia Abu-Jamal, Lynne Stewart, and Leonard Peltier. Issue five includes prison art and essays by prisoners. Some reprints of articles from both Anarchist and Trotskyist publications." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are prisoner support, prisons, and political.
Folder 9: GAWK: Gay Artists and Writers Kollective, 1990Add to your cart.
Issue 5. "First anniversary issue. Includes Captain Condom Comics." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, literary, and comics.
Folder 10: Gay Shame, 2000sAdd to your cart.
"Sections on nonviolent direct action, radical opposition to gay marriage, gentrification on Polk Street, and more." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, direct action, and queer.
Folder 11Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Greenzine, 2005?Add to your cart.
"Autiobiographical vignettes about growing up in Florida and moving away, with political activism and queer lovers in the mix." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are personal, and South Florida.
Folder 13: Guide to Water, 2001Add to your cart.
"On how, and why, the authors disconnected their drains from the sewer system and re-used water to create a garden paradise in a 'crack infested corner of Oakland'" -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are DIY, and how to.
Folder 14: Herbal Abortion, 2002Add to your cart.
Subjects are abortion, reproductive rights, and natural medicine.
Folder 15: Holy Titclamps, 1994-1995, 1999Add to your cart.
Issues 13, 14, 15, 17. "Gay zine, includes special issues on queer zines and on gay history." -- Description from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, queer, zines, and history.
Folder 16: Let's DIY!: Tips and Tricks on Organizing Zine Workshops, 2006Add to your cart.
Subjects are DIY, zines, and how to.
Folder 17: Mine: An Anthology of Reproductive Rights, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subjects are reproductive rights, reproductive health, and women's studies.
Folder 18: Mission Mini-Comix, n.d.Add to your cart.
"A packet of 45 'Mission-mini zines,' 8-panel folded zines carefully crafted by a local meth hound who has recently found a social conscience, with some on the Occupy movement, gay rights, punk sellouts, etc." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subject is comics.
Item 1: Mission Mini-Comix, 2017Add to your cart.
Issue 14/2017: "Failure Is Systemic" Inequality, capitalism, "Affluenza", ignorance and denial of Climate Change, humans vs machines, voter suppression, gentrification, prison industry and cheap labor, health care, rise of right wing authoritarianism, Donald Trump is President
Box 12Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Panty Line Fever, 1992Add to your cart.

New York, NY.  Sex zine. "Aimed at transgressing all boundaries of good taste, with features ranging from an interview with Mistress Kembra...interviews with porn actresses, an employee of a sex toy shop, comic strips etc." -- Description from Bolerium Books.

Subjects are sex/sexuality, and sex industry.

Item 1: Panty Line Fever. No. 2, [Spring] 1992Add to your cart.

31 pages : illustrations ; 22 x 18 cm

Contributors: Siobhan, Curtis, Ivan, Mike Lee, "Hank", Reuben, Dave Huberman

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Item 2: Panty Line Fever. No. 3, Summer 1992Add to your cart.

35 pages : illustrations ; 22 x 18 cm

Contributors: Ivan lerner, Hank, Siobhan, Isabella Bannerman, PK, Jim Tozzi, Reuben Radding, R. Kern, James Davies, Curtis Cates, Leigh Soderberg, Mike Lee, Ken Brown, Laure Leber, Rick Rodine, Danny Hellman

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Folder 2: Passion Fruit: Anti-Authoritarian (Con)sensuous Games, 2005Add to your cart.

St. Louis, MO.  Sex zine. Primarily focused on games. "Ideas for sexually titillating group games to break down those ol' patriarchal boundaries." -- Description from Bolerium Books.

Subjects are sex/sexuality, and anti-authoritarian.

Item 1: Passion Fruit : Anti-Authoritarian (Con)sensuous Games, June 2005Add to your cart.

81 numbered pages, [1] unnumbered page : illustrations (line drawings, photographs) ; 22 x 14 cm

Editorial collective: applecore, loverboy art and detritivore art, mark berry, Eustacia, Kaye

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Folder 3: Pawholes, 1993Add to your cart.

Pittsburgh, PA. Feminist zine. Includes comics, interviews, craft tutorials, personal accounts, poetry, music reviews, advertisements, and more. "Large format zine with features including...'Browsing for single straight men at the superflea', an interview with Laura Miller of San Francisco's Good Vibrations, and much more." -- Description from Bolerium Books.

Subject is sex/sexuality.

Item 1: Pawholes #4, October 1993Add to your cart.

[20] unnumbered leaves : illustrations ; 28 x 22 cm

Co-creatrices: Deborah Barkun & Keren Kurti

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Folder 4: Poetry and Power, 2011Add to your cart.

Miami, FL.  Zine presented as an invitation to participate in "Enter the Nineties", an exhibition held June 16 - September 13, 2011 at the Miami-Dade Public Library. Includes content from "the lost 4th isuee of DOLL, a zine made between 1992 and 1995." Focuses on music, art, and feminism.

Subjects are zines, and nostalgia.

Item 1: Poetry and Power, 2011Add to your cart.

35 pages : illustrations ; 22 x 14 cm

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Folder 5: The Popstitutes, 2010Add to your cart.

San Francisco, CA. Zine-format exhibition catalog. "Zine devoted to the history of the agit-prop queer punk band, which opened the Klubstitute cabaret in 1990 but dissolved in 1995 with the death by AIDS of frontman Diet. Thoroughly illustrated with images and facsimiles of ephemera from a mixed media installation on the band hosted at Goteblud." -- Description from Bolerium Books.

Subjects are queer, and punk rock.

Item 1: The Popstitutes, 86-95 : boredom = death, 1995Add to your cart.

1 volume : illustrations ; 28 cm

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Folder 6: Rant and Rave, 1994Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issue 2. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and health.
Folder 7: Self-Destruct Mode, 2000sAdd to your cart.
"Autobiographical zine by an anonymous but troubled young gay man, much cut and paste photography from childhood pictures; untitled but first words inside front cover are 'self desctruct mode.'" -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are personal, lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and art.
Folder 8: Some Thoughts on Gay Marriage, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and romance.
Folder 9: Suck Don't Blow, 1992Add to your cart.
Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and queer.
Folder 10: Three Dollar Bill, 1991Add to your cart.
Issue 2. "Includes Harold Beard's account of Stonewall." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, punk rock, and queer.
Folder 11: TIN (This Is New), 1987Add to your cart.
"Three issues of the gay leather zine...crudely photocopied with even cruder explicit black and white photos. Includes coverage of the Up Your Alley street fair, commentary by various correspondents, and some bad advice about Adjustable Rate Mortgages from a real estate queen." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and sex/sexuality.
Folder 12: Tit Torture Technical Journal, 1993Add to your cart.
Issues 1-3. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and sex/sexuality.
Folder 13: The Unpleasant Personality of Jesus Christ, 1994Add to your cart.
Subjects are religion, and anti-Christianity.
Folder 14: Upheaval, 1996Add to your cart.
Issue 1. "Zine focused on DIY punk, featuring interviews with European and US bands, plus an editorial on homophobia, reviews, etc. Editor calls himself 'Craig, the troll from Boston' in a penned comment on the front cover." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 15: Variations, 1985Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are poetry, literary, and South Florida.
Folder 16: The Visible Woman, 2001Add to your cart.

Greensboro, NC.  Feminist zine.  "Autobiographical/conversational zine by a 50 year old woman discussing topics including menopause and children growing up." -- Description from Bolerium Books.

Subjects are personal, parenting, and women's studies.

Item 1: The Visible Woman, [2001]Add to your cart.

14 leaves : illustrations, 22 x 14 cm

Zinester: Liz Seymour

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Folder 17: Visitors from Outer Space, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are paranormal, UFOs, and conspiracy theories.
Folder 18: Well Fed-Not an Animal Dead!, 1994Add to your cart.
"Zine-style booklet on animal rights for anarchistic gourmands." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are vegetarianism/veganism, anarchism, and animal rights.
Folder 19: Whorezine, 1992, 1996Add to your cart.
Issues 10, 14, 32. "Prostitution-positive zine for both gay and straight readers." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are sex industry, sex/sexuality, and lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 20: The Woodshed, 1983Add to your cart.
Issues 3, 5. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and sex/sexuality.
Folder 21: The Woodshed, 1983-1984Add to your cart.
Issues 6-7. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and sex/sexuality.
Folder 22: We Are Not McGovernable!, 1972Add to your cart.
"Extremely ephemeral publication, reporting on the Ohio Yippie Party's activities at the 1972 Miami Republican Convention, written and published by the legendary Ohio Youth Party bad boy Steve Conliff (1949-2006) ,with graphics created by his artist-partner Suzan Bird...the text combines straightforward revolutionary rhetoric with a healthy dose of Yippie surrealism, including a platform of 'free and fair elections in the United States supervised by the Viet Cong.'" -- Descriptions from Lorne Bair Rare Books, bookseller. Subjects are political, and protests.
Folder 23: Untitled epic poem, 2000sAdd to your cart.
"This is a portion of an epic poem written by a poet in both Florida and Oregon. There is no beginning or end to this poem because it is not a linear story, it's a non linear epic poem." -- Descriptions from p. 1. Subject is poetry.
Box 13Add to your cart.
Folder 1: 43 Exquisite Corpses (+2), 1990sAdd to your cart.
"Humorous portraits by pre-teen artists in underground mannerist style." -- Description from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are art, and humor.
Folder 2: ANA(vsdigital)LOG, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is art.
Folder 3: Body Art, 1988-1990.Add to your cart.
Issues 3-4, 6, 11. "B&W and color photos of tattoos and body modifications." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are tattoos, and body modification.
Folder 4: Body Play & Modern Primitives Quarterly, 1993Add to your cart.
Volume 2, Issue 1. Subjects are fetish, sex/sexuality, and fringe.
Folder 5: Brown Star, 1990sAdd to your cart.
Subtitled, "Pop, sex, tv, football, culture." Subjects are culture, sex/sexuality, and lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 6: Cuntastic, 2002Add to your cart.
Issue 2, "The Menstruation Issue." "It is meant to be a compilation of experiences, thoughts & research from myself & others--it is part personal, part educational, and all political." -- Descriptions from zine. Subjects are menstruation, political, and personal.
Folder 7: Discon II, 1974Add to your cart.
Progress Reports 1-5. "Illustrations and maps throughout, attendee lists etc. Roger Zelazny was the Guest of Honor." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subject is science fiction.
Folder 8: Doris, 2001-2012Add to your cart.
Issues 15, 19-21, 23-24, 29. "Anarchist, feminist zine." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are personal, literary, and mental health.
Folder 9: Holy Titclamps, 1992, 1998, 2002-2003Add to your cart.
Issues 11, 12, 16, 18-19. "Gay zine, includes special issues on queer zines and on gay history." -- Description from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and queer.
Folder 10: My Comrade/Sister, 1990-1991Add to your cart.
"Two issues of the queer zine, with main part devoted to My Comrade, while Sister is printed on inverted pages beginning from the back." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and queer.
Folder 11: New Uranian, 1991Add to your cart.
"The editor uses Uranian here to mean simply gay, rather than its usual category. Much on the use of vice squads to crack down on sex in the bushes in Tucson parks." -- Description from Bolerium Books, bookdealer. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and sex/sexuality.
Folder 12: Pucker Up, 1995Add to your cart.
Issue 1. "Sex, S&M, body art, etc." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and literary.
Folder 13: Red Attitude, 1995Add to your cart.
Issue 3. "Single issue of the fanzine for Manchester United fans, with significant antifascist content and criticism of the National Front-associated hooligans following other teams." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are sports, and anti-fascism.
Folder 14: The Red Pill, 2009Add to your cart.
Volume 7, Issue 7. Subject is political.
Box 14Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Alien-Nation, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are environmentalism, anarchism, and direct action.
Folder 2: Anchorage Anarchy, 2002-2004, 2007Add to your cart.
Issues 1-2, 5, 10. Subjects are anarchism, and political.
Folder 3: Chill! Photo & Art Zine, 2010Add to your cart.
"Comprised mostly of skateboarding photos by the duo, one born in Japan, one in Los Angeles." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are photography, skateboarding, and art.
Folder 4: Frisco: Monster Muscle, 2003Add to your cart.
Subject is art.
Folder 5: I'm Johnny and I Don't Give a Fuck, 1998Add to your cart.
Issue 3. "Bike messenger's autobiographical zine, the product of two years of travel around Canada and six US states." -- Description from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are travel, personal, and bikes.
Folder 6: The Miami Rail, 2012Add to your cart.
Subjects are South Florida, and culture.
Folder 7: Moonlight Chronicles, 2007Add to your cart.
Issue 59. Subjects are personal, travel, and literary.
Folder 8: Oblivion: A Journal of Urban Semioclasm and Spatial Practices, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 3. "We coalesce around the magnetic pole of a few shared passions. Principal among these passions is how urban subjects make meaning on the cognitive plateau, and they make passage on the corporeal plateau in and through the uban milieu...Because the city and its official images are not constructed by us or for us, we have no choice but to poach the urban milieu and (mis-)use of it what we can for our own festive, ludic, and poetic pleasures; those elements that foment play, enchantment, intoxication and Oblivion. Our intention is to publish Oblivion sporadically, while we are still overtly in the field of operations, and that, in the worlds of Walter Benjamin, our journal 'is to be willfully ephemeral and thereby assured of the kind of actuality which alone is the true kind.'" -- Description from title page and Oblivion Statement. Subject is semioclasm.
Folder 9: Puerto Rico, 51st State?, 1977?Add to your cart.
Subjects are Caribbean & Latin America, anti-colonialism, and political.
Folder 10: Seacon 79', 1977-1979Add to your cart.
37th World Science Fiction Convention. Progress reports 1-4 and programme. Subject is science fiction.
Folder 11: SF Magazine, 1979Add to your cart.
Issues 5-7. "Much on Battlestar Galactica and Close Encounters, plus the Zando comic strip" -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subject is science fiction.
Folder 12: Sketches: A Pirate Micro-Zine, n.d.Add to your cart.
"Gender-bending zine with an introduction about Liberty '03's heroes including Frida and a Kate Braverman gender-bending sketch or excerpt." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are fiction, sex/sexuality, and gender.
Folder 13: Supporting a Survivor of Sexual Assault, 2000sAdd to your cart.
"Zine format by two multi-racial organizations based in Durham" -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subject is sexual abuse.
Folder 14: Technological Addiction, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are anti-technology, environmentalism, and anthropology.
Folder 15: Temp Slave, 1990sAdd to your cart.
Issue 5. "Single issue of the zine focused on temp workers; blurb describes it as a less-political version of the Processed World." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subject is work.
Folder 16: Tropical Depression, 2011Add to your cart.
3 issues. Gift of Kevin Arrow. Subjects are South Florida, culture, and poetry.
Folder 17: UK Zine Yearbook 2007, 2007Add to your cart.
"The editor's favorite zine selections for the year, including pages from political and queer zines, music fanzines and humor." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are zines, and reference.
Folder 18: Unplug! Fighting Commercialism in Schools, 2000Add to your cart.
"Produced in the wake of a deal in which Pepsi received commerical rights in exchange for a contribution to the school district." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are education, anti-commercialism, and teens.
Folder 19: Untitled feminist poetry zine, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry, and feminist.
Folder 20: Wind Chill Factor, 1992-1993Add to your cart.
Issues 6-7, 9. Subject is anarchism.
Box 15Add to your cart.
Item 1: Black Power Newsletter, 1970?Add to your cart.
Subjects are Black studies, and racism.
Item 2: City of San Francisco, 1975Add to your cart.
Subjects are conspiracy theories, paranormal, and paranoia.
Item 3: Tomorrow: Politics and High Fashion, 1985Add to your cart.
Issue 1. "First and only issue of controversial fashion designer Katherine Hamnett's experimental magazine, with features on Star Wars missile technology, the Bhopal disaster, America's budget deficit, philanthropy as a mode of social control, the possible link between atomic power and Down's Syndrome, the films of Derek Jarman, nuclear non-proliferation, tropical deforestation, and other topics. Illustrated with multi-page high fashion editorial spreads featuring the day's top models in a mix of designer clothing and thrift shop cast-offs. A fascinating document of the crossover between politics and fashion in the London underground of the mid-1980s." --  Descriptions from F.A. Bernett Books, bookseller. Subjects are political, fashion, and culture.
Item 4: The Lesbian News, 1992Add to your cart.
Volume 17, Issue 9. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and zines.
Item 5: Slash Magazine, 1977Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issue 1. The first issue of L.A.s first punk publication...Slash was to the Los Angeles scene what Punk was to the New York scene, running a year longer than Punk did and instrumental in changing the face of music in L.A." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subject is punk rock.
Item 6: Slash Magazine, 1977Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issue 2. "The second issue of L.A.'s first punk publication...Slash was to the Los Angeles scene what Punk was to the New York scene, running a year longer than Punk did and instrumental in changing the face of music in L.A." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subject is punk rock.
Item 7: Slash Magazine, 1977Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issue 3. "The third issue of L.A.'s first punk publication...Slash was to the Los Angeles scene what Punk was to the New York scene, running a year longer than Punk did and instrumental in changing the face of music in L.A." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subject is punk rock.
Item 8: Slash Magazine, 1977Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issue 4. "The fourth issue of L.A.'s first punk publication...Slash was to the Los Angeles scene what Punk was to the New York scene, running a year longer than Punk did and instrumental in changing the face of music in L.A." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subject is punk rock.
Item 9: Slash Magazine, 1977Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issue 5. "The fifth issue of L.A.'s first punk publication...Slash was to the Los Angeles scene what Punk was to the New York scene, running a year longer than Punk did and instrumental in changing the face of music in L.A." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subject is punk rock.
Item 10: Slash Magazine, 1977Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issue 6. "The second issue of L.A.'s first punk publication...Slash was to the Los Angeles scene what Punk was to the New York scene, running a year longer than Punk did and instrumental in changing the face of music in L.A." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subject is punk rock.
Item 11: The Illustrated Price Guide to Scandal Magazines, 1988Add to your cart.
Subjects are reference, and media.
Item 12: The 100 Greatest Cult Exploitation Magazines, 1987Add to your cart.
Subjects are reference, and media.
Item 13: The Tabloid Poster Book, 1989Add to your cart.
Subjects are reference, and media.
Item 14: Cult Exploitation Movie Posters, 1989Add to your cart.
Subjects are reference, film, and media.
Item 15: Rock 'N' Roll Magazines, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are reference, music, and media.
Item 16: Punk Artist, 1979Add to your cart.
"Issue 5 of this fantastic Italian New Wave magazine. "Punk Artist" was published for a total of 17 numbers from January 1979 to December 1982. It contains interviews with designers, artists, photographers, painters and other creative people. This issue with features on Helmut Berger, Peter Tosh, Fashion, G.A. Cavellini, Ivan Cattaneo and more. Illustrated throughout with photographic plates." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller.
Box 16Add to your cart.
Folder 1: A La Revuelta, 2007Add to your cart.
Issue 1. "Anarchist punk zine in Spanish." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are punk rock, Caribbean & Latin America, and anarchism.
Folder 2: Baby Girl, 2007Add to your cart.
Issue 8. "Touching zine about the author's relationship with her mom and the latter's illness from cancer; laid in is an announcement of her death. Includes much about the author's friend Davin, who came out as a transsexual." -- Description from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are personal, family, and health.
Folder 3: Beats and Squonx/Artflux, 1994Add to your cart.
"Two zines bound together. Bleats focuses on that rare demographic, the countercultural brass player and listener." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are music, culture, and comics.
Folder 4: Dog Dayz, 2007Add to your cart.
"Autobiographical text and comix reprinted from Slug & Lettuce, featuring early 1990s NY squatters, 'crusties', and other subversive/marginals. The narrator has a fling with Hakim Bey's illegitimate son." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subject is comics.
Folder 5: First Steps in Radio, 1998Add to your cart.
"DIY guide to broadcasting underground radio; includes a copy of a letter from the FCC warning about the author's unlicensed radio activity. Combination of original material and cut/pasted technical resources." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are free radio, radio braodcasting, and how to.
Folder 6: Libertarian Connection, 1970Add to your cart.
Issues 10-12. "The libertarian 'apa' publication (short for amateur press association), from the early days when there was considerable overlap between science fiction fandom and libertarian circles. Large contingent of women involved, and interesting range of topics addressed." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are libertarianism, and political.
Folder 7: Libertarian Connection, 1970-1971Add to your cart.
Issues 13, 18-19. "The libertarian 'apa' publication (short for amateur press association), from the early days when there was considerable overlap between science fiction fandom and libertarian circles. Large contingent of women involved, and interesting range of topics addressed." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are libertarianism, and political.
Folder 8: Libertarian Connection, 1971-1972Add to your cart.
Issues 24, 27, 29-30. "The libertarian 'apa' publication (short for amateur press association), from the early days when there was considerable overlap between science fiction fandom and libertarian circles. Large contingent of women involved, and interesting range of topics addressed." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are libertarianism, and political.
Folder 9: Minifictions, 1983-1984Add to your cart.
Issues 1-4, together with a Church of the SubGenius promotional packet. "Groups of very short stories, thematically gathered. McGuff was active in the early stages of the Church of SubGenius and produced a simple packet, included, with a folded 5x7 inch leaflet, an illustrated sticker featuring a stereotypical 1950s salesman deity Bob ('You can't spell his name backwards!'), and a tiny square of paper advertising an informational pamphlet." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are fiction, and literary.
Folder 10: Out of the Closets and into the Libraries: A Collection of Radical Queer Moments, 2007Add to your cart.
"A guide to radical queer history, zine format. Covers a significant number of left coast organizations and events." -- Description from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, queer, and history.
Folder 11: Paganstongue, 1995Add to your cart.
Issue 1. "First issue of the gay pagan zine, edited by Raji Dorotez. Very good condition, but appears to be a reissue produced when the original issue was sold out (slightly smudgier printing)" -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are paganism, and lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 12: The Transgender Herb Garden, 2009Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "An MtF Guide to Disconnecting One's Self from Big Pharma." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and natural medicine.
Folder 13: You Can Do It!, 1991Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "What you can do, how to start a group, how to put on a show, how to put out a record." "Guide to DIY music at the tail end of the vinyl-pressing age. Positive Force members lived in a communal house." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are music, and DIY.
Box 17Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Are You a Boy or a Girl?, 2010Add to your cart.
"Oakland-based zinester's story for kids about a child named Andi who encounters taunting and gender confusion due to enjoying both playing with cars and putting on dresses." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are childhood, gender, and fiction.
Folder 2: Community Autonomy: An Analysis for Activists, 1999?Add to your cart.
Subjects are anarchism, and autonomy.
Folder 3: Doris, 2009, n.d.Add to your cart.
"Anarchist, feminist zine." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are personal, and literary.
Folder 4: Extraphile: Quarterly Journal of the 1st Extranational, 1994Add to your cart.
Issue 1. "Post-situ stuff; the Extranational was founded by Len Bracken and Bob Black."-Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are political, and miscellaneous.
Folder 5: 4 Cylinders: A Short Story and Some Poems, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are fiction, poetry, and literary.
Folder 6: Get Aboard a Flying Saucer, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are paranormal, and UFOs.
Folder 7: Giant Robot, 1995Add to your cart.
Issue 2. "The second issue of this long-running magazine, one of the first in the U.S. to popularize Asian and Asian-American pop-culture. Giant Robot began as a small photocopied zine, folded collated and stapled by hand. Editor and founder Eric Nakamura featured content that covered Asian-American alternative culture, music, art/artists, film, books, toys, and television, eventually propelling the zine from a local mail-order zine to a wildly popular, internationally distributed magazine. This issue sports a terrific Hello Kitty cover and article, along with a superb article on the UFC, then in its infancy." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subjects are Asian-American, and culture.
Folder 8: Homeless Poems, 1992Add to your cart.
"Writings (not actually poems) by a self-described 'recovering street wino'." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are homelessness, and literary.
Folder 9: Peace is Patriotic, and That's the Problem: An Anarchist Perspective, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are anti-war, anarchism, and anti-capitalism.
Folder 10: Prop, 1983Add to your cart.
Issue 9/10. Inserted is a flexi vinyl record by Ballistics featuring tracks such as the Gun Rush and Surfin' Communist Guerillas. Zine is an "amateur poetry zine out of Albany, NY." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subject is poetry.
Folder 11: Publik Enema, 1995Add to your cart.
Issues 9-10. "California zine with some gay content; no. 9 includes a substantial section called 'The Florida Diaries' describing travels through that mystic territory." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are personal, Florida, and lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 12: Punk Magazine, 1976Add to your cart.
Issue 1. "The first issue of this groundbreaking magazine, created by cartoonist and founding editor John Holmstrom, publisher Ged Dunn, and 'resident punk' Eddy 'Leggs' McNeil. This magazine ran for 15 issues between 1976-1979. Issue 1 was produced in a run of just 4,000 copies. The contents include a lengthy feature on Lou Reed, Marlon Brando (The Original Punk), and a center spread featuring The Ramones." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 13: Seattle anarchist zine ephemera, 1990-1991Add to your cart.
Zine style art by a Seattle anarchist during the Gulf War. Subjects are anarchism, and anti-war.
Folder 14: Shotgun Seamstress, 2006-2010Add to your cart.
Issues 1-5. "First five issues of the queer feminist Black punk zine, all in photocopied stabled booklet form." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are punk rock, African-American studies, and feminist.
Folder 15: Speak Easy, 2012Add to your cart.
"Cut and pasted found art; contains directions for making four cocktails: the French 75, the Sidecar, the Sazerac, and the Foxfire." --Description from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are food/drink, and art.
Folder 16: Stationæry, 2004-2005Add to your cart.
"Alternative literary zine from Quebec." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are literary, poetry, and art.
Folder 17: Sticky Fingers, 2001Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subtitled, "Bikes, Gardens, Graffiti." Subjects are bikes, gardening, and graffiti.
Folder 18: Workin' On It, 2006Add to your cart.
"Collection of contributions from a now-defunct 'people of color-only' website, illegalvoices." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are race, and anarchism.
Folder 19: X-Plicit News, 1992Add to your cart.
Issue 1. "Illustrated with nude and semi-nude photos, selection from a script. Self-published by the Berkeley based erotic performance company X-Plicit Players." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subject is sex/sexuality.
Box 18Add to your cart.
Folder 1: A-Girl Etc., 1994Add to your cart.
Issue 1. "Collection of cartoons by various artists featuring the A-Girl character, created by the Thai-American lesbian artist." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subject is comics.
Folder 2: A-Girl Misc!, 1994Add to your cart.
Issue 1. "Collection of cartoons by the Thai-American lesbian artist Elizabeth Watasin." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subject is comics.
Folder 3: Death to the World, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 15. "Death to the World is a zine to inspire Truth-seeking and soul searching amidst the modern age of nihilism and despair, promoting the ancient principles of the last true rebellion: to be dead to this world and alive to the otherworld." -- Descriptions from title page. Subjects are Christianity, and religion.
Folder 4: East Village Comix Sampler, 2004Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subject is comics.
Folder 5: Fragments of Sappho, 2010Add to your cart.
"Translations of Sappho's poetry illustrated with drawings by Glynnis Fawkes." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are poetry, and comics.
Folder 6: Hammerskin Press, 1997-1998Add to your cart.
Issues 1-4. "A complete run of Hammerskin Press Zines, comprised of eight issues published between the fall of 1997 and September 2000. Hammerskin Press was the publishing arm of the Hammerskin Nation, one of the most notorious white power Nazi skinhead groups. Though the group began in Dallas, TX., there are now Hammerskin chapters from Florida to California. The zines cover a wide range of issues pertaining to white power culture, including news, events, obituaries, philosophy and a heavy focus on the music scene." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subjects are racism, white power, and skinhead.
Folder 7: Hammerskin Press, 1999-2000Add to your cart.
Issues 5-8. "A complete run of Hammerskin Press Zines, comprised of eight issues published between the fall of 1997 and September 2000. Hammerskin Press was the publishing arm of the Hammerskin Nation, one of the most notorious white power Nazi skinhead groups. Though the group began in Dallas, TX., there are now Hammerskin chapters from Florida to California. The zines cover a wide range of issues pertaining to white power culture, including news, events, obituaries, philosophy and a heavy focus on the music scene" -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subjects are racism, white power, and skinhead.
Folder 8: Ker-bloom!, 2006Add to your cart.
Issue 58. Subjects are personal, and literary.
Folder 9: Lookout!, 1989Add to your cart.
Issue 33. Subjects are political, and punk rock.
Folder 10: Mirage, 1966Add to your cart.
Issue 8. Subtitled, "The Amateur Magazine of Fantasy." Subjects are fantasy, science fiction, and literary.
Folder 11: Nobody Knows I'm Famous, 1993Add to your cart.
"Zine format  collection of comic strips." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subject is comics.
Folder 12: Not Your Mother's Meatloaf: A Sex Education Comic Book, 2009Add to your cart.
Issue 2. "A definitely non-PTA approved zine exploring first sexual experiences." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are comics, and sex/sexuality.
Folder 13: No Worries, 1985Add to your cart.
Issue 3. "A zine dedicated to covering the punk/hardcore scene in Gainseville and South Florida, filled with local scene reports, album reviews, photos, and some poetry. The issue also features interviews with Tales of Terror and Rat Cafeteria." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subjects are punk rock, and Florida.
Folder 14: Plough Reader, 2002Add to your cart.
Subject is literary.
Folder 15: Punk Magazine, 1976-1977Add to your cart.
Issues 5, 7, 11. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 16: Reveloutionary Youth in the U.S., 1980s.Add to your cart.
"Xeroxed compilation of articles on revolutionary youth groups in the U.S., with anonymous foreword. Published without imprint, but address on rear wrapper appears to be that of the Hamilton, Ontario anarchist publication Community Charge. '...dedicated to all youth who have died in the fight against oppression. Especially Jonathan Jackson.'" -- Descriptions from Lorne Bair Rare Books, bookseller. Subjects are youth liberation, revolution, and political.
Folder 17: Sexutopia!, 1988Add to your cart.
"Self-published novella by the African American poet Richard Moore, in which an earthling man is abducted by lovely sex-crazed aliens and taken to their world. Imagine The Onion's 'Smoove B' in space." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are science fiction, UFOs, and sex/sexuality.
Folder 18: Southern Exposure, 1981Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Serving the Key West Gay Community." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and South Florida.
Folder 19: Spare Change, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issues 20, 22-23. Subjects are personal, literary, miscellaneous, poetry, and travel.
Folder 20: Tarantula, 2005Add to your cart.
Subjects are reference, and zines.
Folder 21: Three In A Bed, 1993Add to your cart.
Issue 2. "Jeremy Dennis is now known as Jeremy Day; she is a long-time influence on the local comix scene in Oxford. Her works feature lesbian and bisexual characters in the context of Oxford's college and townie life." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are comics, and lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 22: Werewolf!, 1986Add to your cart.
Issue 1. "An early zine covering the punk and rock-n-roll scene in Miami, Fl. The entire run of the first issue was 100 copies, this being number 74." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subjects are punk rock, and South Florida.
Folder 23: White Stuff, 1977-1978Add to your cart.
Issues 2-5, 7. A Patti Smith fanzine. Subject is punk rock.
Box 19Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Ballistic Helmet, 2006Add to your cart.
Volume 3, Issue 1. Subjects are political, and anti-war.
Folder 2: Bay State Badass, 2011-2012Add to your cart.
Issues 1 & 3. "Anarchist bike punk zine." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are bikes, anarchism, and feminist.
Folder 3: Borington Journal, 1981Add to your cart.
Issue 5. "Borington Journal was one of the earliest South Florida punk zines, published from Miramar and Ft. Lauderdale between 1980 and 1982. Eight issues were published. No. 5 was dubbed 'the mental fatigue issue', with Denise Rowe (AKA Darla Hay) on the cover in an ode to MOTR. Some coverage of local bands, with plenty of photos." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subjects are punk rock, and South Florida.
Folder 4: Brass Lip, 1979Add to your cart.
"The sole issue of Brass Lip, a punk zine with a feminist slant. This issue features interviews by Connie Klassen with all-female punk bands, or those with female band members, The Raincoats, Kleenex, The Au Pairs, Roxex, Mary Mekon, Vi Squad, and the Liggers." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subjects are punk rock, and feminist.
Folder 5: The Filth and the Fury, 1997-1999Add to your cart.
Issues 2, 7, 9, 11. Four issues of the Sex Pistols fanzine. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 6: FTMPD: An Alter Boy Zine, 2010Add to your cart.
"By an FTM (female-to-male) transgendered author with MPD (multiple personality disorder). "I've never seen anyone like me in a zine before, so I made one." Discusses his gay marriage with another man who happens to reside within the same body. The guest list? "Within five bodies, we contained roughly thirty people." The ceremony took place at Texas Women's University, suggesting a possible area of publication." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subject is personal, lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and mental health.
Folder 7: Jamming, 1979Add to your cart.
Issue 9. "U.K. punk zine seven color job printed in red, white, blue, green, black, brown, and orange. Articles and interviews, featuring The Jam, Shrink, The Fall, The Selecter, Rudi, and The Pack, together with poems, scene coverage, and album reviews." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 8: Memories of Freedom, 2000sAdd to your cart.
"Recollections of members of the underground ecotage group in the 1990s, detailing exploits of freeing lab and fur animals and detroying the records and databases of the affiliated businesses." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are animal rights, and direct action.
Folder 9: Never Trust a Hippie, 1993-1994Add to your cart.
Issues 3, 5. Two issues of the Sex Pistols fanzine. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 10: No, We Can't All Just Get Along, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Hip hop, gang unity and the LA rebellion." Subjects are hip hop, and gangs.
Folder 11: The Philly Dudes Collective, 2006Add to your cart.
"Outlines the history, development and mistakes of the punk/anarchist men's collective addressing issues of masculinity and misogyny." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are sexism, and gender.
Folder 12: Phunk Philez, 1994, 1996Add to your cart.
Issues 2, 6. "Short-lived zine published by the F.S. Crew in Miami, FL. Contents include urban poetry, various hip-hop related articles, photos of trains, break dancers, and plenty of black and white outlines and sketches by male and female graffiti artists." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subjects are hip hop, graffiti, and South Florida.
Folder 13: Punk Magazine, 1978Add to your cart.
Issue 14. "The contents include feature length articles on The Sex Pistols and Bay City Rollers, John Holmstrom interviewing AC/DC and Dorian Zero, Legs McNeil interviewing Edith Massey, a full-color photographic centerfold spread of the Pistols and the Rollers on tour and the iconic cover featuring Sid Vicious and Johnny Rotten as puppets." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 14: Sniffin' Glue, 1977Add to your cart.
Issue 9. "The ninth issue of this highly influential British punk zine. Contents feature an interview with The Models, a review of The Damned playing Great Malvern and CBGB's, an article on The Cortinas, and album reviews for The Clash, The Jam, The Stiffs, Blondie and Elviso Costello." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 15: The Sound Record, 2012Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subject is miscellaneous.
Folder 16: Suburban Relapse, 1982-1983Add to your cart.
Issues 5-9. "One of the longest-running punk zines to come out of Miami. Contents include interviews, reviews of local restaurants, shows, and albums." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subjects are punk rock, and South Florida.
Folder 17: Suburban Relapse, 1983-1984Add to your cart.
Issues 10-13. "One of the longest-running punk zines to come out of Miami. Contents include interviews, reviews of local restaurants, shows, and albums." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subjects are punk rock, and South Florida.
Folder 18: Zero Expectations, 1985Add to your cart.
Issues 1-2. "Zine from Pensacola, FL, based punk/hardcore zine. Contents feature reviews, interviews, politics, anarchy, coverage of the local scene, and suggestions on how to be more punk. The second issue features reviews, with Diatribe and Glenn Danzig of Samhain, and essays on capital punishment." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subjects are punk rock, and Florida.
Box 20: Booklyn Art Gallery Zine Box SetAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Master of Reality, 2011-2012Add to your cart.
Issue 1 of Booklyn Art Gallery Zine. "The Booklyn Art Gallery box-set includes 10 editions with work from over 35 artists. Each zine in this set is a companion to its exhibition of the same title and theme in the ongoing series spanning from June 2011 to August 2012 curated by Aimee Lusty. This series of group exhibitions is dedicated to providing self-publishing artists, who generally share their work through printed matter and other ephemeral media, with a platform for exhibition, experimentation and exploration outside of the printed format. Each edition is published not only to document and archive each exhibition, but also to act as an affordable and accessible means of collecting this artwork. While traditionally each zine is xerox on paper, no two editions are the same. Several are embellished with screen-printed or hand-cut covers and incorporate stenciled and recycled material. Each edition is limited to 100 or under.” – Descriptions from Booklyn Gallery, bookseller. Subject is art.
Folder 2: Hunter/Gatherer, 2011-2012Add to your cart.
Issue 2 of Booklyn Art Gallery Zine. "The Booklyn Art Gallery box-set includes 10 editions with work from over 35 artists. Each zine in this set is a companion to its exhibition of the same title and theme in the ongoing series spanning from June 2011 to August 2012 curated by Aimee Lusty. This series of group exhibitions is dedicated to providing self-publishing artists, who generally share their work through printed matter and other ephemeral media, with a platform for exhibition, experimentation and exploration outside of the printed format. Each edition is published not only to document and archive each exhibition, but also to act as an affordable and accessible means of collecting this artwork. While traditionally each zine is xerox on paper, no two editions are the same. Several are embellished with screen-printed or hand-cut covers and incorporate stenciled and recycled material. Each edition is limited to 100 or under.” – Descriptions from Booklyn Gallery, bookseller. Subject is art.
Folder 3: Out of Print, 2011-2012Add to your cart.
Issue 3 of Booklyn Art Gallery Zine. "The Booklyn Art Gallery box-set includes 10 editions with work from over 35 artists. Each zine in this set is a companion to its exhibition of the same title and theme in the ongoing series spanning from June 2011 to August 2012 curated by Aimee Lusty. This series of group exhibitions is dedicated to providing self-publishing artists, who generally share their work through printed matter and other ephemeral media, with a platform for exhibition, experimentation and exploration outside of the printed format. Each edition is published not only to document and archive each exhibition, but also to act as an affordable and accessible means of collecting this artwork. While traditionally each zine is xerox on paper, no two editions are the same. Several are embellished with screen-printed or hand-cut covers and incorporate stenciled and recycled material. Each edition is limited to 100 or under.” – Descriptions from Booklyn Gallery, bookseller. Subject is art.
Folder 4: Cheap Art America, 2011-2012Add to your cart.
Issue 4 of Booklyn Art Gallery Zine. "The Booklyn Art Gallery box-set includes 10 editions with work from over 35 artists. Each zine in this set is a companion to its exhibition of the same title and theme in the ongoing series spanning from June 2011 to August 2012 curated by Aimee Lusty. This series of group exhibitions is dedicated to providing self-publishing artists, who generally share their work through printed matter and other ephemeral media, with a platform for exhibition, experimentation and exploration outside of the printed format. Each edition is published not only to document and archive each exhibition, but also to act as an affordable and accessible means of collecting this artwork. While traditionally each zine is xerox on paper, no two editions are the same. Several are embellished with screen-printed or hand-cut covers and incorporate stenciled and recycled material. Each edition is limited to 100 or under.” – Descriptions from Booklyn Gallery, bookseller. Subject is art.
Folder 5: Input/Output, 2011-2012Add to your cart.
Issue 5 of Booklyn Art Gallery Zine. "The Booklyn Art Gallery box-set includes 10 editions with work from over 35 artists. Each zine in this set is a companion to its exhibition of the same title and theme in the ongoing series spanning from June 2011 to August 2012 curated by Aimee Lusty. This series of group exhibitions is dedicated to providing self-publishing artists, who generally share their work through printed matter and other ephemeral media, with a platform for exhibition, experimentation and exploration outside of the printed format. Each edition is published not only to document and archive each exhibition, but also to act as an affordable and accessible means of collecting this artwork. While traditionally each zine is xerox on paper, no two editions are the same. Several are embellished with screen-printed or hand-cut covers and incorporate stenciled and recycled material. Each edition is limited to 100 or under.” – Descriptions from Booklyn Gallery, bookseller. Subject is art.
Folder 6: Stones in Your Pocket, 2011-2012Add to your cart.
Issue 6 of Booklyn Art Gallery Zine. "The Booklyn Art Gallery box-set includes 10 editions with work from over 35 artists. Each zine in this set is a companion to its exhibition of the same title and theme in the ongoing series spanning from June 2011 to August 2012 curated by Aimee Lusty. This series of group exhibitions is dedicated to providing self-publishing artists, who generally share their work through printed matter and other ephemeral media, with a platform for exhibition, experimentation and exploration outside of the printed format. Each edition is published not only to document and archive each exhibition, but also to act as an affordable and accessible means of collecting this artwork. While traditionally each zine is xerox on paper, no two editions are the same. Several are embellished with screen-printed or hand-cut covers and incorporate stenciled and recycled material. Each edition is limited to 100 or under.” – Descriptions from Booklyn Gallery, bookseller. Subject is art.
Folder 7: USA Today, 2011-2012Add to your cart.
Issue 7 of Booklyn Art Gallery Zine. "The Booklyn Art Gallery box-set includes 10 editions with work from over 35 artists. Each zine in this set is a companion to its exhibition of the same title and theme in the ongoing series spanning from June 2011 to August 2012 curated by Aimee Lusty. This series of group exhibitions is dedicated to providing self-publishing artists, who generally share their work through printed matter and other ephemeral media, with a platform for exhibition, experimentation and exploration outside of the printed format. Each edition is published not only to document and archive each exhibition, but also to act as an affordable and accessible means of collecting this artwork. While traditionally each zine is xerox on paper, no two editions are the same. Several are embellished with screen-printed or hand-cut covers and incorporate stenciled and recycled material. Each edition is limited to 100 or under.” – Descriptions from Booklyn Gallery, bookseller. Subject is art.
Folder 8: Patterns of Behavior, 2011-2012Add to your cart.
Issue 8 of Booklyn Art Gallery Zine. "The Booklyn Art Gallery box-set includes 10 editions with work from over 35 artists. Each zine in this set is a companion to its exhibition of the same title and theme in the ongoing series spanning from June 2011 to August 2012 curated by Aimee Lusty. This series of group exhibitions is dedicated to providing self-publishing artists, who generally share their work through printed matter and other ephemeral media, with a platform for exhibition, experimentation and exploration outside of the printed format. Each edition is published not only to document and archive each exhibition, but also to act as an affordable and accessible means of collecting this artwork. While traditionally each zine is xerox on paper, no two editions are the same. Several are embellished with screen-printed or hand-cut covers and incorporate stenciled and recycled material. Each edition is limited to 100 or under.” – Descriptions from Booklyn Gallery, bookseller. Subject is art.
Folder 9: Surprise! Issue 6, 2011-2012Add to your cart.
Issue 9 of Booklyn Art Gallery Zine. "The Booklyn Art Gallery box-set includes 10 editions with work from over 35 artists. Each zine in this set is a companion to its exhibition of the same title and theme in the ongoing series spanning from June 2011 to August 2012 curated by Aimee Lusty. This series of group exhibitions is dedicated to providing self-publishing artists, who generally share their work through printed matter and other ephemeral media, with a platform for exhibition, experimentation and exploration outside of the printed format. Each edition is published not only to document and archive each exhibition, but also to act as an affordable and accessible means of collecting this artwork. While traditionally each zine is xerox on paper, no two editions are the same. Several are embellished with screen-printed or hand-cut covers and incorporate stenciled and recycled material. Each edition is limited to 100 or under.” – Descriptions from Booklyn Gallery, bookseller. Subject is art.
Folder 10: Weird World, 2011-2012Add to your cart.
Issue 10 of Booklyn Art Gallery Zine. "The Booklyn Art Gallery box-set includes 10 editions with work from over 35 artists. Each zine in this set is a companion to its exhibition of the same title and theme in the ongoing series spanning from June 2011 to August 2012 curated by Aimee Lusty. This series of group exhibitions is dedicated to providing self-publishing artists, who generally share their work through printed matter and other ephemeral media, with a platform for exhibition, experimentation and exploration outside of the printed format. Each edition is published not only to document and archive each exhibition, but also to act as an affordable and accessible means of collecting this artwork. While traditionally each zine is xerox on paper, no two editions are the same. Several are embellished with screen-printed or hand-cut covers and incorporate stenciled and recycled material. Each edition is limited to 100 or under.” – Descriptions from Booklyn Gallery, bookseller. Subject is art.
Box 21Add to your cart.
Item 1: Sex Sells Magazines, 1999Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Includes original painting. "The second and final issue of this journal, featuring lengthy interviews with nine artists, including KAWS, Shepard Fairey, and Barry McGee, who has illustrated the covers. Richly illustrated with photos, and includes an original vinyl sticker of Andre the Giant designed by Shepard Fairey. Each copy was originally issued with an original painting by artist Steve Keene. 50 different images were used, with 40 paintings produced." Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subjects are street art, graffiti, and interviews.
Box 22Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Agents of S.O.U.L., n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is comics.
Folder 2: Aspects, 1966-1967Add to your cart.
Issues 8-9. Subtitled, "A nongovernmental investigative body specializing in matters of national security." Subjects are political, poetry and literary.
Folder 3: Citizens United Against Citizens United, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are comics and political.
Folder 4: Fat!so?, 1994Add to your cart.
Issue 2. "Since its debut issue, the zine for people who don't apologize for their size has gotten great reviews on National Public Radio's All Things Considered and in the pages of the San Francisco Weekly, bOING bOING, and Factsheet Five." -- Descriptions from editor's note. Subject is body image.
Folder 5: Fighting Back, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Self defense for women and girl." Subjects are self defense and women's rights.
Folder 6: Gavroche, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are queer, poetry and foreign language. Zine is in French.
Folder 7: Internationalist Art Show, 1981Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Anti-WW3: A collage of art and poetry from around the world." Subjects are art, poetry and political.
Folder 8: Koff, 1978Add to your cart.
Issue 3. "Contains the first appearance of two Bukowski poems: 'The Girls Are Gone' and "Rhine Cruise.' KOFF was a short-lived but important female-edited zine, conceived by three women (Walling, Nauen, and Dubris) in New York's Lower East Side. It ran for three issues between 1977-1978, with one of its more subversive aspects being a focus on nude male poets. KOFF 3 featured a fold-out nake poets calendar, with Bukowski nude as Mr. February, Bill Berkson, and Joel Oppenheimer, et al." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subjects are poetry, literary and women's studies.
Folder 9: Memoirs of a Queer Hapa, n.d.Add to your cart.
Perzine essay on race, identity, and sexual orientation by a Chinese-Italian woman. Subjects are personal, race and lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 10: Motion Sickness, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Surviving childhood sexual abuse and its aftermath." Subjects are sexual abuse and personal.
Folder 11: Nicey Hatey, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are personal and feminist.
Folder 12: One Struggle, 1972Add to your cart.
Subjects are political, protests and direct action.
Folder 13: Oracle, 1994Add to your cart.
"One of 32 numbered copies. Black and white photographs, generally on anthropological or East Asian themes, arranged without text." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are art, photography and collage.
Folder 14: Overthrow, 1979, 1981, 1983Add to your cart.
Volume 1 Issue 4, Volume 3 Issues. 1 & 2, Volume 5 Issue 2. A Yippie tablod publication. Subject is political.
Folder 15: Punk Magazine, 1976Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issue 6. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 16: Razorcake, 2012Add to your cart.
Issue 70. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 17: S.E.T. Free, 1987Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "The newsletter for the society of the eradication of television." Subject is anti-television.
Folder 18: Slingshot, 2012Add to your cart.
Issue 111. Subjects are political and direct action.
Folder 19: Sonoma County Stump, 1975Add to your cart.
Volume 4, Issue 24. Subjects are paranormal and miscellaneous.
Folder 20: Stunned Lungs, 2011Add to your cart.
"[The] poems are about home, and about people I'm close to, and about bodies, and about feeling good and feeling hurt and feeling a little disoriented." -- Descriptions from inside cover (by author). Subject is poetry.
Folder 21: Terrible 1313, 1961Add to your cart.
"Collection of reprinted articles by Bell on the topic of secret cabals in government. Includes 'Home rule charter of Dade County, State of Florida,' with an analysis outlining its treasonous aspects." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are political, conspiracy theories and South Florida.
Folder 22: When the Cat Birdman Cat Calls, 2012Add to your cart.
Subjects are comics and sexual harassment.
Folder 23: Women in Uprising., n.d.Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "The Oaxaca commune, the state and reproductive labor." Subjects are women's rights, anti-capitalism and political.
Folder 24: MAP: Manual of Architectural Possibilities, 2010Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subtitled, "Archive". Subjects are architecture and archives.
Box 23Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Bay Area News, 1946Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subject is science fiction.
Folder 2: Fancyclopedia, 1944Add to your cart.
Subjects are science fiction, fantasy fiction and linguistics.
Folder 3: The Fanscient, 1948Add to your cart.
Volume 2, issues 1, 3. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 4: Fantasy Aspects, 1947Add to your cart.
Issues 1, 2. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 5: Fantasy Review, 1946-1947Add to your cart.
One issue is 1945-1946, second is 1946-1947. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 6: Florida Fantasy Fan, 1949Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Published in Miami, Florida. Subjects are science fiction, fantasy fiction and South Florida. Partial copy only.
Folder 7: The Golden Lotus, 1947Add to your cart.
Volume 4. Subjects are Buddhism and religion.
Folder 8: The Gorgon Fantasy Features, 1947Add to your cart.
Volume 1, issue 3. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy.
Folder 9: Inside and Science Fiction Advertiser, 1954-1955Add to your cart.
Issues 6-7. Subjects are science fiction, fantasy fiction and Florida. Issue 7 published in Tampa, Florida.
Folder 10: The Kay-Mar Trader, 1946-1947Add to your cart.
Volume 1, issues 1-9; Volume 2, issues 1, 3, 4. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 11: Operation Fantast, 1950-1951Add to your cart.
Volume 1, issues 7-8. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 12: Panit Stories, 1944Add to your cart.
Volume 1, issue 15. Subject is science fiction.
Folder 13: Peon, 1948Add to your cart.
Volume 1, issue 1. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 14: Scientifantasy, 1948-1949Add to your cart.
Volume 1, issues 1-4. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 15: Sun Spots, 1947Add to your cart.
Issue 29. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 16: Vampire, 1946-1947Add to your cart.
Issues 5-9. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 17: Vortex, 1947Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Box 24Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Fantasy Advertiser, 1946-1947Add to your cart.
Volume 1, issues 1-6. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 2: Fantasy Advertiser, 1947, 1950Add to your cart.
Volume 2, issue 1; volume 4, issues 1-5. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 3: Fantasy Advertiser, 1951Add to your cart.
Volume 4, issue 6; volume 5, issues 1-4. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 4: Science-Fiction Advertiser, 1952-1954Add to your cart.
Volume 5, issues 2, 3, 5, 6; volume 6, issues 2-6; volume 7, issue 1. Subject is science fiction.
Folder 5: Science Fiction Zine Ephemera, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is science fiction.
Folder 6: The Shaver Mystery Club, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is science fiction.
Folder 7: Thurban, 1953Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subject is science fiction.
Folder 8: The Timebinder, 1944-1946Add to your cart.
Volume 1, issues 1, 2, 4; volume 2, issues 1-3.
Box 25Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Fanews, 1945Add to your cart.
Issues 220-243. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 2: Fanews, 1946Add to your cart.
Issues 245-266. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 3: Fanews, 1946Add to your cart.
Issues 267-292. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 4: Fanews, 1946-1947Add to your cart.
Issues 293-325. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 5: Fanews, 1947-1948Add to your cart.
Issues 326-339. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 6: National Fantasy Fan, 1945Add to your cart.
Volume 4, issues 1, 3-5, 8-11. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 7: National Fantasy Fan, 1946Add to your cart.
Volume 5, issues 1-9. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 8: National Fantasy Fan, 1947Add to your cart.
Volume 6, issues 1-3. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 9: National Fantasy Fan, 1948-1949Add to your cart.
Volume 7, issues 1-6; volume 8, issue 1. Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Box 26Add to your cart.
Item 1: The Collected Trashman, 1969?Add to your cart.
Volume 1, issue 1. Subject is comics.
Item 2: Antiuniversity of London, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are art, education and political. Gift of Marvin & Ruth Sackner.
Item 3: Emigre, 1986Add to your cart.
Issue 6. "Single 'issue' of the avant garde techno-zine, actually three large-format items...includes discussions of 'boundary crossing' in various forms, photography of Asian American hunks and an anonymous female torso, etc. The publishers created typefaces for designers working with Macs, and several pages are devoted to describing and marketing these." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are technology, and art.
Item 4: Emigre, 1987Add to your cart.
Issue 7. Subjects are literary, art and travel.
Item 5: Anarchy in the U.K., 1976Add to your cart.
Issue 1. "Anarchy in the U.K. was a Sex Pistols fanzine issued by Glitterbest Ltd. to sell on the December, 1976 Anarchy Tour, first going on sale at the Cleethorpes Gig on December 20, 1976. The issue was designed by Jamie Reid, Sophie Richmond and Vivienne Westwood, printed by Zigzag, with photographs of the band by Ray Stevenson. The front cover features the iconic photographic image of Soo Catwoman, a London punk icon and member of the Bromley Contingent, the early group of hardcore Pistols followers." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subject is punk rock.
Item 6: File Megazine, 1977Add to your cart.
Volume 3, issue 4. Subject is punk rock. Photographs and articles about punk bands including the Sex Pistols, Richard Hell, Rough Trade, Patti Smith, the Talking Heads, Dead Boys, the Curse, the Damned and Blondie.
Item 7: The Life and Times of Butch Dykes, 2009-2013Add to your cart.

A series of biographical comics on the following individuals:

- Gladys Bentley

- Claude Cahun

- Jenny Shimizu

- JD Samson

- Judith Butler

- Audre Lorde

- Martina Navratilova

- Gertrude Stein

- Chavela Vargas

Subjects are biography, lesbian/gay/bi/transgender and comics.

Item 8: Noah Lyon Box, 2013Add to your cart.
A box set of zines by the artist Noah Lyon. Subject is art.
Item 9: Dirty Looks ephemera, 2011-2013Add to your cart.
A collection of ephemera and publications from Dirty Looks NYC, a platform for queer experimental film and video. Subjects are film, queer and art.
Item 10: Uranus Comix, 2013Add to your cart.
Issue 1.5. Subjects are comics and lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Item 11: Miaaiden, 2013Add to your cart.
Subject is art.
Item 12: Rock and Rose, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 5. Subjects are art, music and culture.
Item 13: Translady Fanzine, 2011Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender and photography.
Item 14: Just Another Asshole, 1979Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subjects are art, literary and poetry.
Box 27Add to your cart.
Folder 1: 925, 1982Add to your cart.
Issue 14, 17. Subjects are work, and literary.
Folder 2: Boston Rock, 1981Add to your cart.
Issue 20. Subject is music.
Folder 3: Chris Montez: Teenage Rockstar, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are comics, Hispanic-American, and humor.
Folder 4: Fanzini Goes to the Movies, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are film, and collage.
Folder 5: Grenada: Rescued from Rape and Slavery, 1984Add to your cart.
Subjects are comics, Caribbean & Latin American, and propaganda.
Folder 6: The Jamaica Gaily News, 1979-1980Add to your cart.
Issues 50-51, 54, 56-58. “Articles include updates on gay rights activities, organizational news about GFM and its expansion, chitchat about local gay businesses, and more. Based on personal ads, readership appears to have been largely locals rather than white expats.” -- Description from book dealer. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and Caribbean & Latin American.
Folder 7: KYEO Speaks, 2013Add to your cart.
Issue 7. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 8: The Miami Rail, 2013Add to your cart.
Subjects are South Florida, and culture. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 9: The New York Rocker, 1982Add to your cart.
Subjects are music, and punk rock.
Folder 10: Nocivo Comix, 2012Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are comics, and Caribbean & Latin American.
Folder 11: Spastic Culture Magazine, 1983Add to your cart.
Volume 1, issue 2. Subjects are punk rock, and political.
Folder 12: Strangeways, n.d.Add to your cart.
Volume 2, issue 3. Subjects are art, and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 13: Unbound, 1986Add to your cart.
Volume 1, issues 1-4, 6. Subject is pedophilia.
Folder 14: Unbound, n.d.Add to your cart.
Volume 2, issues 1-4. Subject is pedophilia.
Folder 15: Wildlifoodin, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are food and drink, foraging, and primitivism.
Box 28: Rocky Horror Picture Show Fanzine ArchiveAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: The Rocky Horror Picture Show Gossip Sheet, 1978Add to your cart.
"Appears to be an expanded one off of the usual gossip column published in Transylvanian Bi-Weekly, with much content about local (NYC) Rocky Horror goings on. Also included is a short review of the film Jubilee in which Nell Campbell (Little Nell) had a part in which the reviewer predicts Jubilee, "like Rocky Horror, will soon pick up a cult following." -- Description from Kenneth Mallory, bookseller. Subjects are film, fan and popular culture.
Folder 2: Time Warped, 1978Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subtitled, "The Queens College Rocky Horror Fan Club Newsletter." Subjects are film, fan and popular culture.
Folder 3: Time Warper's Journal, 1978Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issue 3. Subjects are film, fan and popular culture.
Folder 4: The Transylvanian, 1978Add to your cart.

Issues 1-4. Subtitled, "Rocky Horror Newsletter."

"The official publication of the Rocky Horror Fan Club. By 1978, Rocky Horror Picture Show audience participation was getting national attention and the official fan club was formed with a main agenda item being the formation of a national convention. While the articles and president's message speak on national terms, the news, notes and trivia still have a very New York centric tone and feel." -- Description from Kenneth Mallory, bookseller. Subjects are film, fan and popular culture.

Folder 5: The Transylvanian (National Issues), 1978Add to your cart.

Volume 1, Issues 1-3. Subtitled, "Rocky Horror News."

"The national organ of the fan club, beefed up from a scant eight pages to a twenty-page fanzine with articles on national events, etc." -- Description from Kenneth Mallory, bookseller. Subjects are film, fan and popular culture.

Folder 6: The Transylvanian Bi-Weekly, 1977?Add to your cart.

Issues 1-5. Subtitled, "Mell Tells."

"An early, probably the first predecessor of The Transylvanian, or the official fan club newsletter, was The Transylvanian Bi-Weekly, otherwise known as "Mell Tells", distributed by Laura Stein. Each issue was a single sheet mimeograph publication that gave information on new or discontinued audience lines, gossip, or any other public announcements relating to audience participation, and as such is the earliest evidence we can find of a codified plan of audience participation." -- Description from Kenneth Mallory, bookseller. Subjects are film, fan and popular culture.

Folder 7: Waverly Decadence, 1978Add to your cart.
Issue 11. "Mostly consists of a detailed report on the Transylvanian Convention, some reminisces of seeing Rocky Horror Picture Show different times, and an almost full page review of Meatloaf's All Revved Up." -- Description from Kenneth Mallory, bookseller. Subjects are film, fan and popular culture.
Box 29Add to your cart.
Folder 1: #Drugs, 2012Add to your cart.
Subjects are drugs and personal.
Folder 2: Black Flag Flyer Zine, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are punk rock and art.
Folder 3: Black Like Me, 2013Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "The State That I Am In". Subjects are race, journalism and political.
Folder 4: Character Actor, 2011Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Bob Nickas Talks To Sean Joseph Patrick Carney". Subjects are art, film and interview.
Folder 5: Dumb Magazine, 2013Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subjects is art. Special Collections copy is #10/100.
Folder 6: An Excursion to Frisco, 2013Add to your cart.
"This series takes the viewers back to the turn of the 20th century with illustrations that capture monumental and often forgotten histories of San Francisco" -- Descriptions from title page. Subjects are art and history.
Folder 7: Girlfriend Tape, 2012Add to your cart.
Subject is art. Special Collections copy is #96/100
Folder 8: Japanther: The Cake of the Three Towers, 2011Add to your cart.
Subjects are art and music.
Folder 9: Jean Baudrillard Precession of Simulacra, 2012Add to your cart.
Subject is philosophy.
Folder 10: Lust/Ape Magazine, 2013Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are literary, art and journalism. Published in Jacksonville, Florida.
Folder 11: Newsgirls, 2012Add to your cart.
Subjects are photography, boxing and lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 12: Notes on the Elimination of the Audience, 2006Add to your cart.
Subject is art.
Folder 13: Nozone, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are comics, environmentalism and political.
Folder 14: The O.G., 2013Add to your cart.
Issue 6. Subject is art.
Folder 15: Razorcake, 2013Add to your cart.
Issue 75. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 16: The Revivalist, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subtitled, "An Anything Goes Zine". Subjects are literary, journalism and miscellaneous.
Folder 17: She, 2013Add to your cart.
Volume 15, Issue 8. Subtitled, "The Source for Women". Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, women's studies and South Florida. Published in Davie, Florida.
Folder 18: Skinny Leg, 2012Add to your cart.
Subjects are comics and personal.
Folder 19: Speak Out!, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are music and foreign language. 3 items, all in Greek.
Folder 20: Spread the Shred, 2012Add to your cart.
Subjects are art and photography. Special Collections copy is #52/100.
Folder 21: Sweet Tooth, 2011Add to your cart.
Subject is photography.
Folder 22: Tight Pants, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 9. Subjects are punk rock, personal and political.
Folder 23: Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, 2010Add to your cart.
Subjects are art, political and economics.
Box 30Add to your cart.
Folder 1: 4chan Saves Lives/Suicide Comix, 2013Add to your cart.
Split zine. Subjects are comics, internet, personal and art.
Folder 2: Archie's Sex Party, 2007Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subjects are comics, sex/sexuality and humor. Zine is a parody of the Archie Comics series.
Folder 3: Artformula, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subject is art. Special Collections copy is #20/100.
Folder 4: Capitalism Is Just a Really Bad Way of Organizing Communism, 2013Add to your cart.
Subjects are economics, anthropology and political.
Folder 5: Cats Hate Cops, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is humor.
Folder 6: City of Angels, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is photography.
Folder 7: Communiqué From an Ex-Cop, 2013Add to your cart.
Subject is crime.
Folder 8: Fascinations, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is photography.
Folder 9: Historic National Monument Preservation Society, 2012Add to your cart.
Subjects are photography and art. Special Collections copy is #75/100.
Folder 10: Homeland Security, 2012Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "It's Hard to Find a Good Lamp." Subjects are art and political.
Folder 11: I Cannot Pretend To Be a Ghost Today, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry and literary.
Folder 12: In Different Situations Different Behaviour Will Produce Different Results, 2013Add to your cart.
Subjects are anthropology and interview.
Folder 13: NYPD: Guilty of Sexual Violence, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are police brutality and sexual abuse.
Folder 14: Papercut Zine Library flyer, 2013Add to your cart.
Ephemera from the Papercut Zine Library in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Folder 15: Patterns of Behavior, 2012Add to your cart.
Subject is art.
Folder 16: Property Rights: The Performance Work Of Jordan Wayne Long, 2013Add to your cart.
Subject is art.
Folder 17: Riot/Control, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are organizing manuals, protests and direct action.
Folder 18: Rules For Picketing, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are workers' rights, organizing manuals and protests.
Folder 19: Screw York City, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is photography.
Folder 20: The Shit That Excretes the Person, 2010Add to your cart.
Subject is literary.
Folder 21: Social Malpractice, 2009Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "A Practical Guide to Making Socially Irresponsible Work." Subject is art.
Folder 22: Someone Who Doesn't Experience or Understand Pleasure, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry and theory.
Folder 23: Stoned, 2013Add to your cart.
Subjects are photography and art.
Folder 24: Topmen Student Guide, 2013Add to your cart.
Subject is fashion. A catalog for a clothing line printed as a zine.
Folder 25: Uranus Comix, 2012Add to your cart.
Issue 0. Subject is comics.
Box 31Add to your cart.
Folder 1: All Time Top 100 Novels Volume 1, 2013Add to your cart.
"The first and last page of novels taken from a downloaded torrent of the BBC's list of the all time best 100 novels; volume 1 contains the first 28." -- Descriptions from &amp Press. Subject is literary.
Folder 2: American Surnames Volume 1, 2013Add to your cart.
"A spreadsheet of census data of American surnames in descending order of commonality" -- Descriptions from &amp Press. Subjects are anthropology and history.
Folder 3: A Brief History of the 23rd Precinct, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are police brutality, political and collage.
Folder 4: Brutal Death Ends a Man's Dream, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are police brutality, political and collage.
Folder 5: Cmagazine, 2013Add to your cart.
Issue 119. Subject is art. Includes "Airline Artist-in-Residence" ephemera from the "Nomadic Residency Council".
Folder 6: Defacebook, 2013Add to your cart.
"A randomly-chosen Facebook friend's Facebook wall copy and pasted into Microsoft Word." - Descriptions from &amp Press. Subjects are internet and sociology.
Folder 7: Depression Moderne, 2013Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry and South Florida. Published in Miami Beach, Florida.
Folder 8: Difficult Loves, 2012Add to your cart.
Subject is comics.
Folder 9: Dirty Pop, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are music and art.
Folder 10: Don't Tell Mom, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is comics.
Folder 11: eSigs, 2013Add to your cart.
"A collection of paperless signatures" -- Descriptions from &amp Press. Subject is internet.
Folder 12: Facial Unrecognition, 2013Add to your cart.
"A collection of vandalized advertising faces" -- Descriptions from &amp Press. Subject is art.
Folder 13: Jason Handelsman: A Partial Archaeology of Otherworldly Conformity, 2013Add to your cart.
Subjects are biography and South Florida. Published in Miami Beach, Florida.
Folder 14: Mayday 1971, or, How To Lose Street Battles and Alienate People, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are protests and direction action.
Folder 15: Nicole, 2013Add to your cart.
"A found diary reproduced in its entirety" -- Descriptions from &amp Press. Subject is art.
Folder 16: Poety Unlimited, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is art.
Folder 17: Rock and Rose, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subjects are fashion and art.
Folder 18: Sad Country On A Cool Night, 2013Add to your cart.
Subjects are literary and South Florida. Published in Miami Beach, Florida.
Folder 19: Sorry To Hear This News and Understand That The Fault Is Not From Me, 2013Add to your cart.
"A collection of spam emails in descending order of assured payment" -- Descriptions from &amp Press. Subjects are internet and humor.
Folder 20: Superstorm Sandy and New York City's Dark Recovery, 2012Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Things To Be Seized During The Coming Insurrection." Subject is political.
Folder 21: The Warren, 2013Add to your cart.
Subjects are personal, health and South Florida. Published in Miami Beach, Florida.
Folder 22: Welcome to Fear City, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "A Survival Guide For Visitors To The City of New York." Subjects are city life, crime and humor.
Folder 23: Why Is Cooper Union Being Occupied?, 2012Add to your cart.
Subjects are college, education and protests.
Folder 24: Xfinity, 2013Add to your cart.
"Screenshots of Internet network drop-down windows, accompanied by the geographical coordinates of where the screenshot was taken" -- Descriptions from &amp Press. Subject is internet.
Box 32Add to your cart.
Folder 1: The Believer, 2006Add to your cart.
Volume 4, Issue 5. Subtitled, "The 2006 Music Issue." Subjects are music and literary.
Folder 2: The Miami Rail, 2013Add to your cart.
Winter 2013 issue. Subjects are South Florida, culture and art. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 3: Micrographica, 2007Add to your cart.
Subject is comics.
Folder 4: Original Plumbing, 2009-2010Add to your cart.
Issues 1-3. Subtitled, "Trans Male Quarterly." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sexuality and culture.
Folder 5: Original Plumbing, 2010-2011Add to your cart.
Issues 4-6. Subtitled, "Trans Male Quarterly." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sexuality and culture.
Folder 6: Original Plumbing, 2011-2012Add to your cart.
Issues 7-9. Subtitled, "Trans Male Quarterly." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sexuality and culture.
Folder 7: Original Plumbing, 2012-2013Add to your cart.
Issues 10-12. Subtitled, "Trans Male Quarterly." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sexuality and culture.
Folder 8: Pete Singh and Defenders of the Faith, ca. 1987Add to your cart.
Promotional pamphlet/fanzine for Pete Sing, Pakistani Sikh Elvis impersonator. Subjects are music and ephemera.
Box 33: Quicksilver Times, 1969-1972Add to your cart.
Item 1: Quicksilver Times, 1969Add to your cart.
Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 2: Quicksilver Times, 1970Add to your cart.
Volume 2, Issue 16. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 3: Quicksilver Times, 1970Add to your cart.
Volume 2, Issue 22. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 4: Quicksilver Times, 1970Add to your cart.
Volume 2, Issue 23. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 5: Quicksilver Times, 1970Add to your cart.
Volume 2, Issue 25. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 6: Quicksilver Times, 1970Add to your cart.
Volume 2, Issue 27. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 7: Quicksilver Times, 1970Add to your cart.
Volume 2, Issue 29. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 8: Quicksilver Times, 1971Add to your cart.
Volume 2, Issue 30. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 9: Quicksilver Times, 1971Add to your cart.
Volume 3, Issue 4. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 10: Quicksilver Times, 1971Add to your cart.
Volume 3, Issue 5. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 11: Quicksilver Times, 1971Add to your cart.
Volume 3, Issue 7. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 12: Quicksilver Times, 1971Add to your cart.
Volume 3, Issue 8. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 13: Quicksilver Times, 1971Add to your cart.
Volume 3, Issue 10. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 14: Quicksilver Times, 1971Add to your cart.
Volume 3, Issue 11. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 15: Quicksilver Times, 1971Add to your cart.
Volume 3, Issue 14. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 16: Quicksilver Times, 1971Add to your cart.
Volume 3, Issue 16. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 17: Quicksilver Times, 1971Add to your cart.
Volume 3, Issue 17. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 18: Quicksilver Times, 1971Add to your cart.
Volume 3, Issue 21. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 19: Quicksilver Times, 1972Add to your cart.
Volume 4, Issue 6. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 20: Quicksilver Times, 1972Add to your cart.
Volume 4, Issue 7. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 21: Quicksilver Times, 1972Add to your cart.
Volume 4, Issue 8. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Item 22: Quicksilver Times, 1972Add to your cart.
Volume 4, Issue 9. Subjects are political and anti-war.
Box 34: Candid Press, 1967-1972Add to your cart.

71 issues of the adult magazine. Subjects are pornography, sex/sexuality and humor. Special Collections holds:

Volume 5, Issue 10

Volume 6, Issues 8, 10, 11, 23

Volume 7, Issues 21, 22, 24

Volume 8, Issues 1-5, 20

Volume 9, Issues 8, 14-17, 20, 24

Volume 10, Issues 2-4, 14, 19, 20, 25

Volume 11, Issues 23-25

Volume 12, Issues 1-7, 14-16, 18, 20-22, 24-25

Volume 13, Issues 1-2, 4, 6-10, 12, 14-18, 21, 25-26

Volume 14, Issues 1, 4-7

Volume 15, Issues 14, 20

Box 35Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Backspace, 1993-1995Add to your cart.
Vol. 1, no. 3 ; Vol 3, nos. 1-3. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, literary and poetry.
Folder 2: Borinque Record, 1993Add to your cart.
Vol. 1, no. 1. Subjects are biography and Hispanic-Americans.
Folder 3: Brainsuck, 1973Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subtitled, "A Journal of American Culture." Subjects are political, literary and art.
Folder 4: The Crusader, 1977-1978Add to your cart.
Six issues of the periodical from the gay friendly Metropolitan Community Church of Tampa. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, religion and Florida.
Folder 5: Gay Community News Calendar, 1977Add to your cart.
Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender and Florida. Published in Jacksonville, Florida.
Folder 6: Ker-Bloom!, 2007Add to your cart.
Issue 67. Subtitled, "Why I Love the Bay Area." Subjects are personal and literary.
Folder 7: Midnites for Maniacs, 2003Add to your cart.
Issues 1-2. Subject is film.
Folder 8: Mons of Venus, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 7. Subjects are feminist and political.
Folder 9: Nothing, 2013Add to your cart.
Subject is art.
Folder 10: One Trick Dog Comix, 1998Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subtitled, "Cartoon Stories by Two One-Trick Wonders!" Subject is comics.
Folder 11: Poseur, 1977-1978Add to your cart.
Issues 1-3. Subjects are punk rock and fashion.
Folder 12: Rice & Beans, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. A zine about Mexican food and culture in Santa Cruz, California. Subjects are food/drink, Hispanic-Americans and culture.
Folder 13: Secrets of the Lusty Ladies, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are sex industry, sex/sexuality and interview.
Folder 14: So What If They See, 2000Add to your cart.
Subjects are political and literary.
Folder 15: Strong Hearts, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 4. Subjects are political, environmentalism and Caribbean & Latin American.
Folder 16: Subconscious Soup, 1992?Add to your cart.
Subjects are political, drugs and Florida. Published in Kissimmee, Florida.
Folder 17: Uber Sitz En Laben, 1997?Add to your cart.
Subjects are art, literary and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 18: The Weekly News, 1978Add to your cart.
Vol. 1, no. 2. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida.
Box 36Add to your cart.
Folder 1: All Things Must Pass, 1979-1980Add to your cart.
Vol. 1, Nos. 1, 3, 4, 6. Subtitled, "Beatles + Stones Fan Magazine." Subject is music.
Folder 2: Canto Libre, n.d.Add to your cart.
Volume 1, No. 2. Subtitled, "Bilingual Magazine Devoted to Latin American Protest Music." Specifically, the issue is about protest music in Puerto Rico. Subjects are music, Caribbean & Latin American and protest.
Folder 3: Center Stage Beatles Memorabilia Catalog, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are music and catalog.
Folder 4: Endless Canvas, 2009Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are graffiti, street art and South Florida. The zine includes an interview with Miami graffiti artist Ras Terms.
Folder 5: Florida Knight Life, 1980Add to your cart.
Vol. 3, Nos. 31-34. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, Florida and culture. Published in Hollywood, Florida.
Folder 6: Florida Knight Life, 1980Add to your cart.
Vol. 3, Nos. 35-37. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, Florida and culture. Published in Hollywood, Florida.
Folder 7: Florida Knight Life, 1980Add to your cart.
Vol. 3, Nos. 43-45. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, Florida and culture. Published in Hollywood, Florida.
Folder 8: Pakra, 1981Add to your cart.
Beatles memorabilia catalog. Subjects are music and catalog.
Folder 9: Penguin Records Catalog, 1980Add to your cart.
Mostly Beatles records and memorabilia. Subjects are music and catalog.
Folder 10: Sounds, 1965Add to your cart.
Vol. 1, No. 11. Music zine devoted to folk, country, blues, rock, pop, jazz and comedy.
Folder 11: Tokyo Bangkok Travel Zine, 2013Add to your cart.
Subjects are travel, photography and art. Donated by Marvin & Ruth Sackner.
Folder 12: Tropical Depression, 2013Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Planetarium Krautrock." The zine covers an art and music installation at the Miami Science Museum Planetarium. Includes a cassette recording of the performance, and a pin that says "Keep Looking Up!", a common saying of Jack Horkheimer, the former director of the planetarium and the host of a popular astronomy show on public television. Subjects are music, art and South Florida.
Box 37Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Aftermaths, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are personal and literary.
Folder 2: America?, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 7. Subjects are personal and Florida. Published in Gainesville, Florida.
Folder 3: Bury the Carnival, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Blackstrap Journals." Subject is literary.
Folder 4: Caterwaul, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is poetry.
Folder 5: Convocation for 1999, 1999Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry and Florida. Published in Gainesville, Florida.
Folder 6: Coeur en Echarpe, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are personal and miscellaneous.
Folder 7: DIY Guide, 2006Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subtitled, "How To Book A Show." Subjects are DIY, music and Florida. Published in Naples, Florida.
Folder 8: Don't Take Any Gruff From These Swine, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issues 10, 11B. Issue 10 is a split zine with "Los Gracias." Subjects are personal and travel.
Folder 9: Feel Happiness, 2009Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subjects are art and Florida. Published in Tampa, Florida.
Folder 10: Good Place To Catch a Train, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are trains, literary and Florida. Published in Gainesville, Florida.
Folder 11: Gullible, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 25. Subjects are personal, friendship and communication.
Folder 12: Hey Ronnie, 2007Add to your cart.
Issue 7. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 13: Hurry Nowhere/Here Comes Another Light, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are personal and literary.
Folder 14: The Illustrated Guide to Pinhole Photography, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are photography and how to.
Folder 15: An Introductory Mechanics Guide to Putting Out Records, Cassettes and CDs, 1995Add to your cart.
Subjects are music, how to and DIY.
Folder 16: More Fire More Care, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subjects are personal and letters.
Folder 17: Of Little Or No Significance, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are photography, literary and fiction. Published in Naples, Florida.
Folder 18: Prescience, 1999Add to your cart.
Subjects are science fiction and fantasy fiction.
Folder 19: Quit It, 2000Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Non-Smoking Advice for Anti-Authority Types." Subjects are anti-smoking, health and personal.
Folder 20: Scummy, 2008Add to your cart.
Subjects are photography and travel.
Folder 21: The Seattle Vulture, 2001Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subject is music.
Folder 22: Self Portraits, 2003Add to your cart.
Subject is art.
Folder 23: Shoganai, 2010Add to your cart.
Subjects are personal, travel and education.
Folder 24: Sound Collector, 1998Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subject is music.
Folder 25: Stunted Child, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are sexual abuse, childhood and Florida. Published in Fort Myers, Florida.
Folder 26: Sunday Afternoons, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are personal and literary.
Folder 27: Tazewell's Favorite Eccentric, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is personal.
Folder 28: Tremolo, 2006Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are punk rock and photography.
Folder 29: Twenty and Wet, 1994Add to your cart.
Subjects are fiction and literary.
Folder 30: Untitled Photography Zine, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is photography.
Folder 31: Where the Wampum Went, 2008Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry and art.
Folder 32: The Working Man Papers, 2004Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are personal and literary.
Box 38Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Heartattack, 1995-1997Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Hardcore for the hardcore." Issues 6, 9, 12, 15. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 2: Heartattack, 1997-1998Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Hardcore for the hardcore." Issues 16-19. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 3: Heartattack, 1999, 2001-2002Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Hardcore for the hardcore." Issues 24, 31-33. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 4: Heartattack, 2002-2003Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Hardcore for the hardcore." Issues 35, 36, 38, 39. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 5: Heartattack, 2003-2004Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Hardcore for the hardcore." Issues 40-42, 44. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 6: Heartattack, 2005-2006Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Hardcore for the hardcore." Issues 45, 47, 48, 50. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 7: Profane Existence, 2003Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Anarcho-punk resource magazine." Issues 41-44. Subjects are punk rock and anarchism.
Folder 8: Short, Fast & Loud, 2005Add to your cart.
Issue 14. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 9: Second Nature Magazine, 1997Add to your cart.
Issue 6. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 10: Urban Guerilla Zine, 2006Add to your cart.
Issue 16. Subject is punk rock.
Box 39Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Burn Brandon, 1999, 2006Add to your cart.
Issues 3, 17. Subjects are punk rock and Florida. Published in Brandon, Florida.
Folder 2: Fighting For Our Lives, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is anarchism.
Folder 3: Give Me Back, 2007Add to your cart.
Issues 1-2. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 4: Guano Comix, 1972Add to your cart.
Issue 4. Subject is comics. Published in Jacksonville, Florida.
Folder 5: Hardly Art Magazine, 2012Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 6: Hunter/Gatherer, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "CrimethInc. Journal of Folklore & Folkwar." Subjects are DIY, folklore and political.
Folder 7: Maximum Rock N Roll, 2002Add to your cart.
Issues 233, 235. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 8: Maximum Rock N Roll, 2003Add to your cart.
Issue 247. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 9: Maximum Rock N Roll, 2006, 2009, 2012Add to your cart.
Issues 277, 312, 345. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 10: The New Scheme, 2003Add to your cart.
Issue 9. Subjects are punk rock and music.
Folder 11: Punk Lives, 1982Add to your cart.
Issue 1. "First issue of this glossy punk magazine that ran for a total of 11 issues. This issue includes an extract of Sid Vicious' last interview, as well as articles on The Exploited, The Anti-Nowhere League, Johnny Thunders, Theatre of Hate, The Dead Kennedys and much more. Illustrated throughout with colour photographs." -- Descriptions from Cult Jones, bookseller.
Folder 12: Punk's Not Dead, 1981Add to your cart.
"Fantastic one-off (?) publication written by Gary Bushell. Includes the all time top 100 punk singles, articles on Killing Joke, Anti-Pasti, Chron-Gen, Angelic Upstarts, and more as well as great photos of Toyah, The Pistols, Theatre of Hate, The Clash, Dead Kennedys, and many more." -- Descriptions from Cult Jones, bookseller.
Folder 13: The Rocket, 1997-1998Add to your cart.
Issue 247 and the 1998 Studio Supplement issue. Subject is music.
Box 40Add to your cart.
Folder 1: 2600, 2011Add to your cart.
Volume 28, Issue 1. Subtitled, "The Hacker Quarterly." Subjects are computer hacking and political.
Folder 2: Against All Authority album art, 1990sAdd to your cart.
Album art for the Against All Authority EP, "Above The Law".
Folder 3: All Bears Are Equal, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are comics, lesbian/gay/bi/transgender and gender.
Folder 4: Battle of the Sexes, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are gender and humor.
Folder 5: Bookish Beasts, 2013Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are sex/sexuality, literary and art.
Folder 6: Collecting, Preserving, Studying, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are art and collage.
Folder 7: Dirty Talk, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are comics and sex/sexuality.
Folder 8: From Perrine to Homestead, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are skateboarding and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 9: Get Your Face Right, Girl, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are women's studies, environmentalism and political.
Folder 10: Is A Bow For A Girl Or Boy, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is gender.
Folder 11: Living Loudly, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are art and literary.
Folder 12: The Miami Rail, 2014Add to your cart.
Spring 2014 issue. Subjects are culture and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 13: Nefarious Doings in Revisionist Tourist Attractions, 2006Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "A Mother-Daughter Photo Zine - Day 5: Aberdeen." Subjects are travel and photography.
Folder 14: Objects by Women, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are art and women's studies.
Folder 15: Primeval Salamander, 2000Add to your cart.
Issue 11. Subjects are sex/sexuality, political and anti-corporate. "Pro-sex anti-corporate zine, with a piece on the "X-Plicit Players" (naked performance group from Berkeley) and a piece by "Lush Rimjob" mocking Andrea Dworkin's anti-porn crusade as "Feminazi" activism" -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller.
Folder 16: Rainbow Trails, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Adventures of Queer Artist". Subjects are queer, art and lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 17: Rolling Thunder, 2005-2006Add to your cart.
Issues 1-2. Subtitled, "An Anarchist Journal of Dangerous Living." Subjects are anarchism, direct action and political.
Folder 18: Temp Slave, 1990sAdd to your cart.
Issue 6. Subject is work.
Folder 19: Transformers, 2001Add to your cart.
Subject is comics.
Folder 20: Undoing, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are women's rights, women's studies and gender.
Folder 21: Women, 1997Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry, art and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 22: Yo! Soy Miami, 2008-2009Add to your cart.
Issues 4, 6-7. Subjects are vegetarianism/veganism and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 23: Zig-Zag, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "EZ Reading for the Urban Rebel." Subjects are anarchism, political and direct action.
Box 41Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Atma, 1983Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Exploring the Self and the Universe," this is a publication of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness, commonly known as the Hare Krishnas. Subject is religion.
Folder 2: Black Beat, 1983Add to your cart.
Volume 14, number 5. Subjects are music, African-American studies and culture.
Folder 3: Brat Attack, 1993Add to your cart.
Issue 4. Subtitled, "The zine for leatherdykes and other bad girrrlz." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality and comics.
Folder 4: The Bridge Magazine, 2000Add to your cart.
January/February 2000 issue. Subjects are New Age, spirituality and natural medicine.
Folder 5: Fulcrum, 1994Add to your cart.
Volume 3, Number 2. Subtitled, "The science journal of the University of Science and Philosophy." Subjects are pseudoscience and philosophy.
Folder 6: Journal of Paranoia, 1984Add to your cart.
Volume 1, number 1. Subtitled, "Sex & Surveillance." Featuring an "article by a cosmos-traveling shaman/dominatrix, and another item citing the shutdown of gay bath houses in SF then taking place as an example of meddling by "promiscuous politicians." -- Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are paranoia, sex/sexuality and humor.
Folder 7: Kooks Magazine, 1989, 1991Add to your cart.
Issues 3-4, 8. "Orton Nenslo of the Church of the Subgenius was married to Kossy and is involved here. Conspiracy stuff and crank science, largely tongue-in-cheek." -- Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are conspiracy theories, pseudoscience and humor.
Folder 8: Magonia, 1990-1991, 1997Add to your cart.
Issues 35-39, 58, 60. "British zine focusing critically on UFOlogy as well as other conspiracy theories." -- Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are UFOs and conspiracy theories.
Folder 9: Promises & Disappointments, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 3/4. "British zine, bland all-text format, crusading against popular UFO myths, the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, Prophecies of Fatima, etc. But oh boy, does he closely follow all the UFO and abduction literature." -- Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are UFOs and conspiracy theories.
Folder 10: Shakti Magazine, 1974Add to your cart.

Issue 1. Subtitled, "The Spiritual Science of DNA." A satirical New Age zine put out by E.J. Gold, "depicting life in an alleged commune. Photos show insructors, such as Spaceship DNA Stewardess Tabatha Jones, and depict TVs balanced on a box in someone's living room ("a bank of DNA module monitors"). Gold really did have people doing some of these things; it was a sort of Sufi meta-parody with real-life ashram. Jay says that they once appeared on Hollywood Blvd dressed in chicken suits inviting people to join the group and worship the Great Chicken. Gold somehow passed himself off as a Sufi teacher, and uses an Arabic pseudonym for this journal." -- Bolerium Books, bookseller.

Subjects are satire, New Age and humor.

Folder 11: Shavertron, 1982Add to your cart.
Issue 11. Subtitled, "Only source of post-deluge Shaverania." Subject is science fiction. Related to the Shaver Mystery.
Folder 12: Wings, 1978-1979Add to your cart.
Issues 1-3. Subtitled, "The New Age satire magazine." Subjects are satire, New Age and humor. See also: Shakti Magazine.
Folder 13: Wings, 1979Add to your cart.
Issues 4-5. Subtitled, "The New Age satire magazine." Subjects are satire, New Age and humor. See also: Shakti Magazine.
Box 42Add to your cart.
Folder 1: City Fun, 1983Add to your cart.
Vol. 3, No. 7. "Late issue…of this hugely influential Manchester-centric post-punk zine…reference for the Manchester scene and the bands and labels that grew around it: Joy Division and New Order, the Smiths and the Fall, Factory Records and the Hacienda nightclub." -- Descriptions from Brian Cassidy, bookseller. Subjects are punk rock and music.
Folder 2: High Score, 2012Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "A microcomic anthology on video game history." Subjects are comics and video games.
Folder 3: How To Paint Signs and Influence People, 2013Add to your cart.
No. 3. Subtitled, "Script Lettering." Subjects are art and handwriting.
Folder 4: Non LP B Side, 1980Add to your cart.
Vol. 1, No. 4. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 5: The Offense, 1982Add to your cart.
No. 13. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 6: The Open Mind, 1983-1984Add to your cart.
Vol. 1, Nos. 1-4. Subjects are pseudoscience and parapsychology.
Folder 7: The Open Mind, 1984Add to your cart.
Vol. 1, Nos. 5-6 ; Vol. 2 Nos. 1-2. Subjects are pseudoscience and parapsychology.
Folder 8: The Open Mind, 1985-1986Add to your cart.
Vol. 3, Nos. 2-4 ; Vol. 4, No. 1. Subjects are pseudoscience and parapsychology.
Folder 9: The Open Mind, 1986-1987Add to your cart.
Vol. 4, Nos. 2-4. Subjects are pseudoscience and parapsychology.
Folder 10: Pussy, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are hip hop, humor and art.
Folder 11: Rad Ain't Bad, 2013Add to your cart.
Subjects are photography and Southern California.
Folder 12: Soilant, 1981?Add to your cart.
No. 4. Subjects are punk rock and foreign language. Zine is in German.
Folder 13: Startled Maggie, 2012Add to your cart.
No. 1. Subject is comics.
Folder 14: Trash Tankas for Lady Stardust, 2002Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "A Bowie Discography in Verse." Authors are music critic Byron Coley and Thurston Moore of the band Sonic Youth. Subjects are poetry and music.
Folder 15: Trouser Press, 1976Add to your cart.
No. 15. Subtitled, "America's only British Rock Magazine." Subject is music.
Folder 16: Warning, 1983Add to your cart.
No. 4. Subtitled, "Alaska's Only Alternative." Subject is punk rock.
Folder 17: What Would I Say?, 2014Add to your cart.
Subject is social media.
Box 43Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Cinders Gallery Artist of the Month Interview, 2014Add to your cart.
No. 1. Subjects are art and interview.
Folder 2: The Death of Elijah Lovejoy, 2011Add to your cart.
Subjects are comics and history.
Folder 3: Dirty Ink, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are literary and sex/sexuality.
Folder 4: Fabulousity, 2013Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "A Night You'll Never Forget...Or Remember." Subjects are nightclubs and photography.
Folder 5: Five Star Ratings, 2012Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Mechanical Turk Reviews." Subjects are art and review.
Folder 6: Fliers by Nathaniel Russell, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is art.
Folder 7: Join in the Chant, 2014Add to your cart.
Subject is art.
Folder 8: Modern Greetings, 2013Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "New Ways of Saying Hello." Subjects are sociology, humor and communication.
Folder 9: No/Future, 2014Add to your cart.
Subjects are art and music. Related materials: http://catalog.library.miami.edu/record=b4927239~S6
Folder 10: Secret Origins of the Crass Symbol, 2013Add to your cart.
Subjects are punk rock and art.
Folder 11: Send Us Your Sick & Twisted, 2013Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Community cataloging sexually diverse zines at the Center for Sex and Culture." Subjects are sex/sexuality and zines.
Folder 12: A Visit from McKenzie Wark, 2014Add to your cart.
Subjects are interview and sociology.
Folder 13: Womanimalistic, 2011, 2013Add to your cart.
Nos. 1-3. Subjects are comics, art and personal.
Box 44Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Aquarian Changes, 1981Add to your cart.
Vol. 4, No. 1. Subtitled, "The Journal of D.O.M.E., the Inner Guide Meditation Center." Subjects are New Age, spirituality and religion.
Folder 2: Fat City, 1970Add to your cart.
Subject is comics.
Folder 3: The Daily Planet, 1971Add to your cart.
Vol. 1, No. 30. Subtiteld, "The Watchdog of the Metropolis." Subjects are political, culture and South Florida. Published in Coconut Grove, Florida.
Folder 4: The Daily Planet, 1973Add to your cart.
Vol. 2, Nos. 6, 10, 12. Subtiteld, "The Watchdog of the Metropolis." Subjects are political, culture and South Florida. Published in Coconut Grove, Florida.
Folder 5: Shocking Pink, n.d.Add to your cart.
No. 4. Subjects are feminist, women's rights and lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 6: Talegos de Poesia, 1984Add to your cart.
No. 1. Subjects are poetry, foreign language and South Florida. Published in Miami Beach, Florida. Zine is in Spanish. Donated by Margarita Cano.
Folder 7: The Third Rail, 2013Add to your cart.
No. 1. Subjects are art, political and philosophy.
Folder 8: Linden Lane Magazine, 2004Add to your cart.

Vol. 33, No. 1. Subjects are poetry, literary and foreign language. Zine is in Spanish. Donated by Margarita Cano.

The Cuban Heritage Department of the University of Miami Libraries holds an extensive run of this magazine, from 1982-present. You can view their record here: http://catalog.library.miami.edu/record=b1945489~S11

Folder 9: Homocore, 1988-1989Add to your cart.
Nos. 2-5. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender and punk rock.
Folder 10: Homocore, 1990Add to your cart.
No. 5.5. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, punk rock and poetry.
Folder 11: Homocore, 1990-1991Add to your cart.
Nos. 6-7. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender and punk rock.
Folder 12: Eck News, 1982Add to your cart.
Vol. 2, No. 3. Subjects are New Age, spirituality and religion.
Folder 13: Earth Nation Sunrise, 1983Add to your cart.
No. 2. Subtitled, "Printing the news of the peaceful planet." Subjects are New Age, spirituality and religion.
Folder 14: Psi-Times, 1984Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "The trade newspaper dedicated to the practical application of the psi arts." Subjects are parapsychology, paranormal and conspiracy theories.
Folder 15: Community Spirit, 1982Add to your cart.
Vol. 2, No. 8. Subjects are New Age, spirituality and religion.
Folder 16: Self Discovery, 1982-1983Add to your cart.
Fall 1982 and Fall 1983 issues. Subjects are New Age, spirituality and religion.
Folder 17: The San Francisco Gay Free Press, n.d.Add to your cart.
Vol. 1, No. 2. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender and political.
Folder 18: Pork, 2014Add to your cart.
No. 14. Subtitled, "Rock & Roll + Weirdo Art + Bad Ideas." Subjects are music and art.
Folder 19: Tropical Depression, 1984Add to your cart.
Number 4. Subjects are punk rock, and South Florida. Published in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Folder 20: Twist Magazine, 1988Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Number 3. Subtitled, "The South Florida Entertainment Authority." Subjects are music, and South Florida. Published in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Folder 21: The Eye, 1988Add to your cart.
Subjects are art, and college.
Folder 22: Sin Bros., n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and drag queens.
Folder 23: Nutty Boys, The, 1981Add to your cart.

Comics of the band Madness plus vinyl record. Issues 1 - 5.

"The Nutty Boys" was the official publication of the Madness fan club. The first four issues focussed heavity on Madness-themed comic strips, as well as band member bios, band photos, crosswords, recording and release notes etc. Issue 5 focussed mainly on band news, photos, and fan art. The first issue included the EP "Madness as the Nutty Boys in Return to Los Palmas 7" (from Bay Leaf Books, Oct. 2017)

Box 45Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Attentat, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are fiction and literary.
Folder 2: The Basilisk, 1996Add to your cart.
Subject is miscellaneous.
Folder 3: Classic Gina!, 2014Add to your cart.
Subjects are comics and personal.
Folder 4: Fuck the World, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is ephemera.
Folder 5: Guide to Dating Gangsters, 2011, 2014Add to your cart.
Nos. 1-2. Subjects are relationships, romance and subculture.
Folder 6: The Need Corpse, 2012Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "An intimate conversation with Rachel Carns & Radio Sloan." Subjects are interview, music and photography.
Folder 7: Microcosm Publishing 2008 Catalog, 2008Add to your cart.
Subjects are catalog, zines and reference.
Folder 8: Nuked Psychic Ruin, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry and photography.
Folder 9: Pornhounds, 2005, 2011Add to your cart.
Nos. 1-2. Subjects are comics, pornography and personal.
Folder 10: Secret Recipes, 2013Add to your cart.
Subject is food and drink.
Folder 11: Sensitive Boys, 2013-2014Add to your cart.
No. 1 is subtitled, "Feeling Feelings." No. 2 is subtitled, "The Cult of Crying." Subjects are gender, psychology and personal.
Folder 12: TMI, n.d.Add to your cart.

Collects 6 works by Matthew Scott Gualco:

- "12 Steps Backward"

- "Wingding Opus"

- "Performance Reader"

- "Blessed"

- "Lohan/Count/Think/Yell"

- "Stuck in the Middle With You - Things I Don't Like"

Subjects are art and literary.

Folder 13: UFO Magazine, 1999Add to your cart.
Vol. 14, No. 11. Subjects are UFOs and paranormal.
Folder 14: Vice Versa Press Ephemera, n.d.Add to your cart.
1 business card.
Folder 15: Working Classics, 1983Add to your cart.
No. 3. Subjects are workers' rights, political and literary.
Box 46Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Another Dimension, 1980-1981Add to your cart.
Numbers 1-2, 4-5. "Early issues of this important, short-lived Patti Smith Group fanzine, running just six issues between 1980-1981. While a good portion of the content is devoted to Smith's concerts, bootleg recordings, and published writing, there are significant chunks dedicated to her poetry, lyrics, and influences." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 2: Boiled Angel, 1991Add to your cart.
Issue #ate (8). "The infamous final issue of Largo, Florida underground cartoonist Michael C. Diana's comics zine, the seizure of which caused him to become the first artist to receive a criminal conviction for obscenity in artwork in the United States." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller.
Folder 3: Gay New York Magazine, 1979Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Number 2. Includes an article on gay life in South Florida. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, culture, South Florida.
Folder 4: The Ruby Slippers, 1995-1996Add to your cart.
Numbers 2-3. Subjects are personal, literary and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 5: SFSFS Shuttle, 1992Add to your cart.
"90th issue of this long-running science fiction fanzine, the publishing organ of the South Florida Science Fiction Society (SFSFS). Contents include information on meetings, letters to the editorial staff, short fiction by SFSFS members, literature review, and a calendar of monthly events of interest." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab Rare Books, bookseller. Subjects are science fiction and South Florida. Published in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Folder 6: Tabebuian, 1973-1975Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Numbers 1, 3, 7-17. "A nearly complete run of a brilliant little science fiction fanzine, published in Coconut Grove between 1973-1977 by Mensa members David Jenrett and Mardee Skolnick. TAB, as the zine was affectionately called, was compiled by teachers and students, with the motive of providing 'innocent merriment, information, and a means of communication among students and educators in science/math/education' (issue #3). With a distinctly local flavor, Tabebuian covered the usual fanzine ground, in addtion to intelligently composed articles on black holes, marine life, writing and the environment, while occasionally venturing into travel writing and the terrible service at the Howard Johnson's restaurant." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 7: Tabebuian, 1975-1977Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Numbers 18-20, 22-33. "A nearly complete run of a brilliant little science fiction fanzine, published in Coconut Grove between 1973-1977 by Mensa members David Jenrett and Mardee Skolnick. TAB, as the zine was affectionately called, was compiled by teachers and students, with the motive of providing 'innocent merriment, information, and a means of communication among students and educators in science/math/education' (issue #3). With a distinctly local flavor, Tabebuian covered the usual fanzine ground, in addtion to intelligently composed articles on black holes, marine life, writing and the environment, while occasionally venturing into travel writing and the terrible service at the Howard Johnson's restaurant." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 8: Tele Times, 1978-1979Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Numbers 4, 6, 7, 9, 12. "Group of early issues of Bruce N. Duncan's scarce, influential underground comix zine. Duncan was a regular figure on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley for many years. He would set up shop in front of the now defunct Cody's Book Store -- his shop being an ironing board with copies of his publications for sale. In true D.I.Y. style, Duncan self-published his cartoons using a xerox machine. His main efforts went into printing Tele Times, with issues typically being produced in runs of between 50-100 copies. Tele Times developed quite a reputation, a noted influence on R. Crumb, as well as the creators of Mineshaft. Includes a 3 page ALS written by Duncan to Rosemary Block, an uncredited female artist whose drawings were included in the September 1978 issue; in it, Duncan compliments her on the drawings which accompanied his article, and requests some new drawings for the forthcoming October issue, to which he has added a list of suggestions." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subjects are literary, comics and humor.
Folder 9: The, 1981Add to your cart.
Number 1. "First issue of this scarce and early South Florida punk zine. Includes a review of the Clash's 'Sandinista,' an interview with Lois Laine and Camp, David, politics, fashion and more." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subjects are punk rock and South Florida. Published in Miami Beach, Florida.
Folder 10: White Stuff, 1977Add to your cart.
"The sixth issue of Sandy Robertson's Patti Smith fanzine...contents feature an article by Glenn Marks ("a study of heroism"), a review of Henry Miller's novels, along with photos of Smith and reproductions of her original artwork." -- Descriptions from Captain Ahab's Rare Books, bookseller. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 11: Wick, 1993Add to your cart.
Number 0 (2). Subjects are riot grrrl, feminist and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida.
Box 47Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Collide, 2013Add to your cart.
Number 1. Subtitled, "On Physical and Mental Illness." Subjects are disabilities, mental health, and personal.
Folder 2: Collide, 2013Add to your cart.
Number 2. Subtitled, "A Zine on Physical and Mental Illness." Subjects are disabilities, mental health, and personal.
Folder 3: Chemical-Biological Warfare, Medical Experiments, and Population Control, n.d.Add to your cart.

Subtitled, "AIDS Made in the USA?"

"AIDS as genocide plot; attempts to situate the disease within the context of corporate control over CBW, medical experiments and population control." Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are AIDS, conspiracy theories, and Florida.

Folder 4: Elemental Energy (Cold Fusion), n.d.Add to your cart.
Number 28. Subject is pseudoscience.
Folder 5: Elemental Energy, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Cold Fusion: An Overview." Subject is pseudoscience.
Folder 6: The Empire Strikes Back, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "A Posttranssexual Manifesto." Subject is lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 7: Homos in Herstory, 2011Add to your cart.
1970's edition. "Biographical snippets of activists, illustrated with cartoons." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, feminist, and history.
Folder 8: Homos in Herstory, 2013Add to your cart.
1980's edition. "Biographical snippets of activists, illustrated with cartoons. A provisional edition, apparently intended to be re-issued later with more material." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, feminist, and history.
Folder 9: Hot Pantz, 1998Add to your cart.
Subjects are natural medicine, health, and feminist.
Folder 10: Last Night at the Casino, 2012Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Journal Entries from a Zinester Turned Dealer." Subjects are casinos, work, and personal.
Folder 11: The Late Bloomers, 1976Add to your cart.
Subjects are collage, art, and photography.
Folder 12: The Miami Rail, 2014Add to your cart.
Summer 2014 issue. Subjects are South Florida, and culture. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 13: Motor City Kitty, 2012Add to your cart.
Number 20. Subject is personal.
Folder 14: NoSchool, 1996Add to your cart.
Number 1. "Self-described 'Straightedge, vegan, pro animal lib, pro feminist and anarchistic' punk zine." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are punk rock, political and animal rights.
Folder 15: Pandora, 1978Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Number 1. Subtitled, "A Femzine." Subjects are science fiction, and feminist.
Folder 16: Rumpy Pumpy, 2012Add to your cart.
""Personal zine by one of the members of the Queer Zine Archive Project." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller. Subjects are queer, and personal.
Folder 17: Wayne Green's 1996 Essays, 1996Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "A reprint of 100 of my non-ham oriented editorial essays from 73 Amateur Radio Today." Subjects are essays, and miscellaneous.
Folder 18: Wayne Green's 1997 Pontifications, 1997Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "A reprint of Wayne's non-ham oriented editorials from 73 Amateur Radio Today." Subjects are essays, and miscellaneous.
Box 48Add to your cart.
Folder 1: The International Queer Art and Activism Zine Project, 2012Add to your cart.
Number 1, Ecuador issue. "Each zine focuses on the queer scene in a given country, with contributions by locals as well as fellow travelers." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, travel, Caribbean & Latin American.
Folder 2: The International Queer Art and Activism Zine Project, 2012Add to your cart.
Number 3, Australia issue. "Each zine focuses on the queer scene in a given country, with contributions by locals as well as fellow travelers." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, travel.
Folder 3: The International Queer Art and Activism Zine Project, 2012Add to your cart.
Number 4, Singapore issue. "Each zine focuses on the queer scene in a given country, with contributions by locals as well as fellow travelers." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, travel.
Folder 4: The International Queer Art and Activism Zine Project, 2013Add to your cart.
Number 5, India issue. "Each zine focuses on the queer scene in a given country, with contributions by locals as well as fellow travelers." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, travel.
Folder 5: The International Queer Art and Activism Zine Project, 2013Add to your cart.
Number 6, South Korea issue. "Each zine focuses on the queer scene in a given country, with contributions by locals as well as fellow travelers." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, travel.
Folder 6: The International Queer Art and Activism Zine Project, 2013Add to your cart.
Number 8, Netherlands issue. "Each zine focuses on the queer scene in a given country, with contributions by locals as well as fellow travelers." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, travel.
Folder 7: Taste of Latex, 1990Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Number 1. Subtitled, "A Sexual Smorgasbord." Subject is sex/sexuality.
Folder 8: Taste of Latex, 1990Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Number 2. Subtitled, "A Sexual Smorgasbord." Subject is sex/sexuality.
Folder 9: Taste of Latex, 1990Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Number 3. Subtitled, "A Sexual Smorgasbord." Subject is sex/sexuality.
Folder 10: Taste of Latex, 1991Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Number 4. Subtitled, "Entertainment for the Sexually Disenfranchised." Subject is sex/sexuality.
Folder 11: Taste of Latex, 1991Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Number 5. Subtitled, "Entertainment for the Sexually Disenfranchised." Subject is sex/sexuality.
Folder 12: Taste of Latex, 1992Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Number 6. Subtitled, "Entertainment for the Sexually Disenfranchised." Subject is sex/sexuality.
Folder 13: Taste of Latex, 1992Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Number 7. Subtitled, "Entertainment for the Sexually Disenfranchised." Subject is sex/sexuality.
Folder 14: Taste of Latex, 1992Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Number 8. Subtitled, "Entertainment for the Sexually Disenfranchised." Subject is sex/sexuality.
Folder 15: Taste of Latex, 1993Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Number 9. Subtitled, "Entertainment for the Sexually Disenfranchised." Subject is sex/sexuality.
Folder 16: Taste of Latex, 1995Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Number 10. "A Magazine for Those Who Test Their Limits." Subect is sex/sexuality.
Box 49Add to your cart.
Folder 1: A Basic 100 CD Classical Music Library, 1997Add to your cart.
Subjects are music, and reference.
Folder 2: Deadly Aspartame, 2001Add to your cart.
Subject is health.
Folder 3: Frighten the Horses, 1990Add to your cart.
Number 1. Subject is sex/sexuality.
Folder 4: Frighten the Horses, 1990Add to your cart.
Number 2. Subject is sex/sexuality.
Folder 5: Frighten the Horses, 1990Add to your cart.
Number 3. Subject is sex/sexuality.
Folder 6: Frighten the Horses, 1991Add to your cart.
Number 4. Subject is sex/sexuality.
Folder 7: Frighten the Horses, 1991Add to your cart.
Number 5. Subject is sex/sexuality.
Folder 8: Frighten the Horses, 1991Add to your cart.
Number 6. Subject is sex/sexuality.
Folder 9: Frighten the Horses, 1991Add to your cart.
Number 7. Subject is sex/sexuality.
Folder 10: Frighten the Horses, 1992Add to your cart.
Number 9. Subject is sex/sexuality.
Folder 11: Frighten the Horses, 1992Add to your cart.
Number 10. Subject is sex/sexuality.
Folder 12: Frighten the Horses, 1993Add to your cart.
Number 11. Subject is sex/sexuality.
Folder 13: Frighten the Horses, 1994Add to your cart.
Number 13. Subject is sex/sexuality.
Folder 14: Human Extinction Prophecies, 2000Add to your cart.
Subjects are conspiracy theories, paranoia, and satire.
Folder 15: A Map, a Mirror, and a Wristwatch, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "A Talk by John Taylor Gatto, Former New York State Teacher of the Year." Subjects are education, and sociology.
Folder 16: Wayne and Sherry's Travel Diaries, 1996Add to your cart.
Volume 1. Subject is travel.
Folder 17: Wayne and Sherry's Travel Diaries, 1997Add to your cart.
Volume 2. Subtitled, "Caribbean Adventures." Subjects are travel, and Caribbean & Latin American.
Folder 18: Wayne Green Ephemera, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is ephemera.
Folder 19: Wayne's Fabulous Music Cheap, 2000Add to your cart.
Subject is music.
Folder 20: Wayne Say's it's About Time For You to Wise Up and Beat the Odds, 2002Add to your cart.
Catalog of Wayne Green's publications.
Box 50Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Babysue Review, 1998Add to your cart.
Number 27. Subjects are music, and review.
Folder 2: Babysue Review, 1998Add to your cart.
Number 28. Subjects are music, and review.
Folder 3: Babysue Review, 1999Add to your cart.
Number 29. Subjects are music, and review.
Folder 4: Babysue Review, 1999Add to your cart.
Number 30. Subjects are music, and review.
Folder 5: Blue Blood, 1992Add to your cart.
Subjects are goth, pornography, and sex/sexuality.
Folder 6: Blue Blood, 1993Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Number 3. Subjects are goth, pornography, and sex/sexuality.
Folder 7: Blue Blood, 1994Add to your cart.
Volume 2, Number 1. Subjects are goth, pornography, and sex/sexuality.
Folder 8: By Any Means Necessary: Photocopier Artists' Books and the Politics of Accessible Printing Technologies, 1992Add to your cart.
Catalog for exhibition at Printed Matter in New York City.
Folder 9: Factsheet Five, 1993Add to your cart.
Number 48. Subtitled, "The Definitive Guide to the Zine Revolution." Subjects are zines, reference, and review.
Folder 10: Factsheet Five, 1993Add to your cart.
Number 49. Subtitled, "The Definitive Guide to the Zine Revolution." Subjects are zines, reference, and review.
Folder 11: Scene Not Seen, 1994Add to your cart.
Number 2. Subjects are personal, prison, and punk rock.
Folder 12: Smilingdisease, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "A Guide to Public Stickering." Subjects are sticker art, and street art.
Folder 13: Spew 2, 1992Add to your cart.
Catalog for exhibition in Los Angeles. "Each page is devoted to a zine, mostly of the adults-only gay or lesbian variety, that participated in the second Spew exhibition. Some pages are 'about us' type features, others are just ads or contact information. Includes sticker for one of the zines." -- Descriptions from Bolerium Books, bookseller.
Folder 14: Sorte Rose, 1989Add to your cart.
Number 10. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 15: Teen Fag Magazine, 1995Add to your cart.
Number 4. Subject is lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 16: Teen Fag Magazine, 1997Add to your cart.
Number 6. Subject is lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 17: Tightwire, 1979Add to your cart.
Volume 7, Numbers 7/8. Subjects are prison, women's studies, and literary.
Folder 18: Us, 1973Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Number 9. Subtitled, "A Florida Feminist Monthly." Subjects are feminist, women's studies, and Florida.
Folder 19: We Want To Riot, Not To Work: The 1981 Brixton Uprisings, 1981Add to your cart.
Subjects are protests, workers' rights, and political.
Folder 20: Zine Librarian Zine, 2003Add to your cart.
Number 2. Subtitled, "Advice For A Young Zine Librarian." Subjects are zines, and reference.
Box 51Add to your cart.
Folder 1: 1-2-3 Punch, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "How Misogyny Queer Communities/A Zine on Femme Identities." Subjects are sexism, lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and feminist.
Folder 2: Currency, 2003Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are culture, and music. "Interesting and rather complicated multi-level glossy zine 'For candy bombade girls/about some bright queer boys in the world's cigarette and scent cities / Paris - New York - London…'" -- Desription from Bolerium Books.
Folder 3: Girl's Life Magazine, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subjects are feminist, women's studies, and culture.
Folder 4: High St., n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are Hispanic-American, history, and city life. This zine is about the Latino community in Oakland, California.
Folder 5: I Was a Freak for the CIA, 1970Add to your cart.
Subjects are personal, and college. "Personal zine, intended to be the first in a series detailing Ingham's life as a student at the California Institute of the Arts in Valencia, CA (though during this time classes were held in Burbank due to construction issues). Discusses events on campus, freaks and theft, other fanzines, and more. Ingham garnered fame six years later when, working as a music journalist, he scored the first interview with the Sex Pistols; he went on to manage punk and New Wave bands." -- Description from Bolerium Books.
Folder 6: The Miami Rail, 2014Add to your cart.
Fall 2014 issue. Subjects are culture, and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 7: Mind Theatre, 1987Add to your cart.
Issues 9-10. Subject is comics.
Folder 8: The New Me, 2009Add to your cart.
Subjects are personal, literary, and art.
Folder 9: Pieces of Self, 2005Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Anarchy, Gender, and Other Thoughts." Subjects are anarchism, and gender.
Folder 10: Rave On, 1986Add to your cart.
Issues 1-2. Subtitled, "The Rock N' Roll Newsletter." Subject is music.
Folder 11: Someone Loves Me in Ohio, 1997Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subjects are personal, and punk rock.
Folder 12: Thoughts on Possible Community Responses to Intimate Violence (Redux), 2013Add to your cart.
Subject is domestic violence.
Folder 13: Tropical Depression, 1984Add to your cart.
Issues 1-3. Subjects are punk rock, and South Florida. Published in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Folder 14: Windhaven, 1977Add to your cart.
Issues 1-2. Subtitled, "Toward a Feminist and Humanitarian Fantasy and Science Fiction." Subjects are science fiction, fantasy, and feminist.
Folder 15: Xicanistas and Punkeristas, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are punk rock, Hispanic-American, and feminist.
Box 52Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Anti-Square, 1969Add to your cart.
Subject is poetry.
Folder 2: The Beam, 1945Add to your cart.
Volume 3, Issue 13. Subjects are military, and Florida. Published at the Marianna Army Airfield in Marianna, Florida.
Folder 3: Dyslexic Carnivore, 1990?Add to your cart.
Issue 10. Subjects are humor, teen, and literary.
Folder 4: Everything I Touch Turns to Shit and Garbage, 1994Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are personal, and sexuality.
Folder 5: The Little Red Rave Book, 1994Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are raves, anarchism, and queer. "Booklet prepared for the queer friendly Friends and Family Winter Solstice Party, with sections on raves and anarchism, legal advice in case a rave is busted, and advice on how to respect the altar to the Yoruban deity Shango erected for the party." -- Description from Bolerium Books.
Folder 6: Purehoney, 2015, 2017Add to your cart.
A South Florida based music zine. Issue 42, 72
Folder 7: The Miami Rail, 2015Add to your cart.
Spring 2015 issue. Subjects are culture, and South Florida. Published in Miami.
Folder 8: Scrap, 1987Add to your cart.
Issues 4, 5, 5.5. Subjects are political, and miscellaneous. "Musings on anarchism, technology, correspondence and submissions from various countries." -- Description from Bolerium Books.
Folder 9: SS (Still Searching), 2007Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are personal, and art. "Personal zine profusely illustrated with Trujillo's artwork and hand-lettered text about political prisoners, hip hop and other topics. Author has Latino, African American and Korean ancestry, and includes a greeting in Korean on the first page." -- Description from Bolerium Books.
Folder 10: Kachorritxs Punks, 2008Add to your cart.
Subjects are anarchism, Hispanic-American, and punk rock. "Anarchist perspective; by people who 'immigrated to Gringolandia for personal reasons.' Text in Spanish and English." -- Description from Bolerium Books.
Folder 11: Steamypunk, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issues 1-5. Subjects are steampunk, erotica, and literary.
Folder 12: Talking Off The Wall, 2015Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "The Girls of Wynwood." Subjects are graffiti, street art, and South Florida.
Folder 13: Undetermined Michael Jackson Magazine, n.d.Add to your cart.
A tabloid style magazine featuring content on Michael Jackson, as well as a strange collection of photographs and other stories. The publication is in the Thai language.
Folder 14: West Lab Zine, 2015Add to your cart.
3 different zines, produced by students from West Lab Elementary School in Coral Gables, Florida, upon their visit to the University of Miami Libraries in the spring of 2015.
Box 53Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Athena Incognito, 1987Add to your cart.
Issue 8. Subjects are literary, and poetry.
Folder 2: Common Feast Workshop, 2010Add to your cart.
Subjects are food/drink, and vegetarianism/veganism.
Folder 3: Cosmic Search, 1979Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issue 1. Subjects are aliens, and science. Subtitled, "The first magazine about the search for extra-terrestrial intelligence."
Folder 4: Debunk the Myth, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are bikes, how to, and DIY. Subtitled, "Build your own (working, amazing, beautiful) bicycle wheel."
Folder 5: Figure 8, 2003Add to your cart.
Subjects are body image, and health.
Folder 6: How I Learned to Love Myself and Occasionally Other Men, 2009Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are personal, and lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 7: Midwest Love, 2009Add to your cart.
Subject is literary.
Folder 8: Race Revolt, 2008Add to your cart.
Issues 2-3. Subjects are racism, political, and literary.
Folder 9: Rawk You Like a Hurricane, 2012Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subject is personal.
Folder 10: The Seventh Avenue Zine, 2013Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are art, literary, and miscellaneous.
Folder 11: Snacks, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subject is art.
Folder 12: Sticky Fingers, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issues 5-7. Subject is personal.
Folder 13: Stinky Clothes, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is fashion, and catalog.
Folder 14: Support 'N Destroy, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are anarchism, health, and how to.
Folder 15: This Is About More Than Who We Fuck (And Who We Don't), n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are relationships, political, and personal.
Folder 16: War On Misery, 2006, 2008Add to your cart.
Issues 1-3. Subject is political.
Folder 17: Where Do We Go From Here?, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is political.
Box 54Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Alex, 2011-2012Add to your cart.
Issues 2-3. Subjects are personal, and gender.
Folder 2: Dwelling Portably, 2010Add to your cart.
Issue 5. Subjects are simple living, and how to.
Folder 3: Flying Into The Chandelier, 2011Add to your cart.
Subject is personal.
Folder 4: Here Have a Turd, 2012Add to your cart.
Subjects are anti-civilization, and political.
Folder 5: Hotaena, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is art.
Folder 6: Late Era Clash, 2009Add to your cart.
Issue 22. Subjects are comics, and South Florida. Published in Miami.
Folder 7: Metal Meltdown, 1987-1988Add to your cart.
Issues 1-5. Subtitled, "From the Infernal Wasteland." Subject is heavy metal. "The complete run of this metal fanzine, created by Jeff "KLUKE" Vanderclute and friends using the cut and paste method. With infectious energy and irreverent humor, KLUKE pays homage to the genre's heaviest during the waning days of metal's mainstream dominance in North America. Interviews with the likes of David Ellefson (Megadeth) and Max Cavalera (Sepultura) appear alongside scores of album and demo reviews, the 'Hellish Tidbits' news column, suggested playlists, letters to the editor, ads for other zines, macabre cartoons, and the editor's atrocious metal-insipired lyrics." -- Description from the Book Shop.
Folder 8: Metal Meltdown, 1989-1992Add to your cart.
Issues 6-10. Subtitled, "From the Infernal Wasteland." Subject is heavy metal. "The complete run of this metal fanzine, created by Jeff "KLUKE" Vanderclute and friends using the cut and paste method. With infectious energy and irreverent humor, KLUKE pays homage to the genre's heaviest during the waning days of metal's mainstream dominance in North America. Interviews with the likes of David Ellefson (Megadeth) and Max Cavalera (Sepultura) appear alongside scores of album and demo reviews, the 'Hellish Tidbits' news column, suggested playlists, letters to the editor, ads for other zines, macabre cartoons, and the editor's atrocious metal-insipired lyrics." -- Description from the Book Shop.
Folder 9: Mission Mini-Comix, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is comics.
Folder 10: Prison Action News, 2009Add to your cart.
Volume 3, Issue 1. Subjects are prison, and prisoner support.
Folder 11: The Tangent, 2003Add to your cart.
Issue 13. Subjects are political, and poetry.
Folder 12: Wiggansnatch, 1983Add to your cart.
Issue 5. Subtitled, "A Spirit Fanzine for the Weird and Wonderful." Subjects are new age, and paranormal.
Box 55Add to your cart.
Folder 1: [Atelier Ace Zine], n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is art.
Folder 2: [Hungarian Punk Zine], n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are punk rock, and foreign language. Zine is in Hungarian.
Folder 3: [Photocopy Zine], 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are art, and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 4: Answers, 2014Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subjects are art, and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 5: Barcelona/Tokyo, 2014, 2015, 2016Add to your cart.

Zine coordinated by Sandra March & Kumi Nakashima

Issue 1. Subtitled, "Taste Our Country, Feel Your Country." Subjects are food, and culture.

Issue 2. Subtitled, "Learn Our Country, Discover Your County" Subjects are religious architecture and symbols.

Issue 3. "Miami Speical Edition" - Subjects are signs - on lottery booths, food trucks, on food, stores, and pedestrian lights

Folder 6: By a Young Human Being, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is art.
Folder 7: Copywrong, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "The Sad State of Intellectual Property." Subject is comics.
Folder 8: Dykatude, 1996-1998Add to your cart.
Issues 1-5. Subtitled, "A Journal of Dyke Dissent." Subject is lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 9: Exploitation, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is comics.
Folder 10: The Great Fort Lauderdale Food Fight, 2014Add to your cart.
Subjects are comics, and South Florida. Published in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, by Food Not Bombs.
Folder 11: How Being A Woman Organizer Isn't Easy, 2014Add to your cart.
Subjects are women's rights, political, and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 12: New Gay Life, 1977Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issue 5. Subject is lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 13: Part Time Rhyme, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry, art, and South Florida. Published in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Folder 14: Poseur, 1978Add to your cart.
Issue 4. Subjects are punk rock, and fashion.
Folder 15: Prisoners Legal News, 1990Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Number 1. Subtitled, "Working To Extend Democracy To All." This is a special edition reprinting of the first issue.
Folder 16: Solidarity Not Charity, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are comics, and South Florida. Published in Fort Lauderdale, Florida by Food Not Bombs.
Folder 17: What Are Homeless Hate Laws, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are comics, and South Florida. Published in Fort Lauderdale, Florida by Food Not Bombs.
Folder 18: Work, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are art, photography, and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 19: Yard Roots, 1981-1982Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issues 2, 4. Subjects are reggae, Caribbean & Latin America, and political.
Folder 20: Yard Roots Journal, 1984Add to your cart.
Issues 1-2 (double volume, two issues in one.) Subjects are reggae, Caribbean & Latin America, and political.
Box 56Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Anarchists Are Going To Eat Your Children, 2000Add to your cart.
Subjects are anarchism, and reference.
Folder 2: Another Fuckin' Zine, 1990?Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 3: Aqua, 1989Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subject is lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 4: Camp Fire, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subtitled, "Pop Culture. Queerly." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, queer, and culture.
Folder 5: Dat Ass Zine Sticker, 2015Add to your cart.
Sticker from a local Miami zine. Subjects are ephemera, and South Florida.
Folder 6: Discotext, 1988Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issues 5, 7. Subjects are nightclubs, music, and culture.
Folder 7: Dyscoberi 2345x, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are art, and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 8: Feminist Pizza Party Zine, 2015Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are feminist, women's studies, and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida. Published in conjunction with the first Feminist Pizza Party, organized as part of the "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!" zine exhibition held at YoungArts in Miami, April-May 2015. Zine includes trading cards with reference information about notable feminists.
Folder 9: Galvanized Butter, 2015Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are personal, South Florida, and literary. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 10: Hostile Intelligence, 1982, 1984Add to your cart.
Issues 1-2. Subject is comics.
Folder 11: Moebius Trip, 1972Add to your cart.
Issue 13. Subject is science fiction.
Folder 12: Peculiar, 1972Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subject is science fiction.
Folder 13: Rip It Up, 1998Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subject is bikes.
Folder 14: Subterranean Pop, 1980Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subjects are punk rock, and music.
Folder 15: Suburban Muckraker, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issues 6-7. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 16: Tantrum, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and queer.
Folder 17: Zionoiz, 1984Add to your cart.
Subject is punk rock.
Box 57Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Attack, 1982-1983Add to your cart.
Issues 1-9. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 2: My Awe, 1986Add to your cart.
Issues 3, 6-8. Subjects are punk rock, literary, and poetry.
Folder 3: Patio Table, 1982-1983Add to your cart.
Issues 1-2. Subjects are political, literary, and art.
Folder 4: Ten Things Jesus Wants You To Know, 1990sAdd to your cart.
Issues 1-5. Subjects are punk rock, and music.
Folder 5: Ten Things Jesus Wants You To Know, 1990sAdd to your cart.
Issues 6-10. Subjects are punk rock, and music.
Folder 6: Ten Things Jesus Wants You To Know, 1990sAdd to your cart.
Issues 11-13. Subjects are punk rock, and music.
Folder 7: Ten Things Jesus Wants You To Know, 1990sAdd to your cart.
Issues 14-16. Subjects are punk rock, and music.
Box 58Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Desperate Times, 1981Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issues 1-6. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 2: Zero Hour, 1989Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subjects are punk rock, and drugs.
Folder 3: Stelazine, 1978-1979Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issues 2-3 ; Volume 2, Issues 1-2.
Folder 4: Paradise, 2014Add to your cart.
Issue 48. Subjects are photography, and art. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 5: [Yoko Ono Photography Zine], 2003Add to your cart.
Subjects are photography, and art. Donated by Kevin Arrow.
Folder 6: Flesh and Blood Comics, 2008Add to your cart.
Subject is comics. Donated by Kevin Arrow.
Folder 7: Pork, 2012Add to your cart.
Issue 6. Subjects are punk rock, and art.
Box 59Add to your cart.
Item 1: Alou Eggzine, 2015Add to your cart.
The zine is kept in a plastic egg, and includes a small chicken figurine and a yellow feather. This zine was produced in, and is about, Miami. Donated by Sandra March.
Box 60: Feminist Pizza Party Box, 2015Add to your cart.
Holds a pizza box filled with zines created during the Feminist Pizza Party, an event held in conjunction with the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!! The World of Zines." Many of the zines are in the shape of pizza slices. Donated by Exile Books. Subjects are feminist, food and drink, and South Florida.
Box 61Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Courtney Hate, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are music, and humor.
Folder 2: The Fringe, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 3: The Hidden World, 1962Add to your cart.
Issue A-6. Subjects are paranormal, and science fiction.
Folder 4: The Hidden World, 1962Add to your cart.
Issue A-7. Subjects are paranormal, and science fiction.
Folder 5: International Blacklist, 1983, 1990.Add to your cart.
Two editions. Subtitled, "An anti-authoritarian directory." Subjects are reference, and anti-authoritarian.
Folder 6: Punk Lust, 1981Add to your cart.
Issue 5. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 7: Rescue, 1981Add to your cart.
Two unnumbered issues. Subtitled, "The Northwest New Wave Lifestyle." Subjects are music, and punk rock.
Folder 8: Rescue Rock of the 80s Update, 1981Add to your cart.
Update #2. Subjects are music, and punk rock.
Folder 9: Rock-N-Bowl, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are music, and punk rock.
Folder 10: Sand, 1988Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are music, and punk rock.
Folder 11: Slam Magazine, 1986Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issue 4. Subjects are music, and punk rock.
Folder 12: Spastic Culture Magazine, n.d.Add to your cart.
Volume 2, Issue 1. Subjects are punk rock, and art.
Folder 13: Strangeways, 2014Add to your cart.
Volume 3, Issue 3. Subtitled, "Special Edition: #IHAITIBASEL." Subjects are art, photography, and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 14: Strictly Confidential, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 4. Subjects are art, music, and miscellaneous.
Folder 15: Suburban Life Sux, 1983Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 16: Sweet Fuckin' Jesus, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 4. Subject is punk rock.
Box 62Add to your cart.
Folder 1: 3917, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are art, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 2: Astrology Poetry, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry, art, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 3: Corner, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are art, photography, and architecture. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 4: Exile Books Ephemera, 2015Add to your cart.
Folder 5: Fantasies of a Sixteenth Child, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 6: Glove Story, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are collage, art, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 7: Kuro Under Water, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are art, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 8: Love Senses Others, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are art, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 9: The Miami Rail, 2015Add to your cart.
Summer 2015 issue. Subjects are culture, and South Florida .
Folder 10: Miami Zine Fair Zine, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are collage, art, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 11: On Love Affairs, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are collage, art, and poetry. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 12: Part Time Rhyme, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 13: Passion Kids, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are street art, and photography.
Folder 14: Patriarchy Doesn't Want Us, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are feminist, and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 15: Swing, 1960-1961Add to your cart.
Issues 1-4. "This zine was created by Tuli Kuperberg, the founder of the Fugs punk band. Created with his wife around the kitchen table, the publication explores the purity of children's creativity and art and features writings and drawings by children of all ages." -- Description from Exile Books. Subjects are childhood, art, and literary.
Folder 16: Weirdness, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are art, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 17: You Forget You Forget, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry, photography, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Box 63Add to your cart.
Folder 1: [Untitled Accordian Zine], 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are art, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 2: [Untitled Collage Zine], 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are collage, art, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 3: [Untitled Feminist Zine], 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are feminist, collage, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 4: [Untitled Photocopy Art Zine], 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are art, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 5: Be$o$ 777, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are art, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 6: Chillest Zine Workshop Sticker Art, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are sticker art, ephemera, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 7: Even Noisy Sparrows, 2014Add to your cart.
Issue 6. Subjects are literary, interview, and Florida. Published in Gainesville, Florida.
Folder 8: Femizine, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are feminist, collage, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 9: Forever and Always, P.S. Suck It, 2014Add to your cart.
Subject is comics.
Folder 10: Miserable House Plant, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are art, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 11: Mocazine, 2006Add to your cart.
Issue 7. Subjects are art, teen, and South Florida. Published in North Miami, Florida.
Folder 12: Nikki Remembers the Devil on Alhambra Street, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are paranormal, humor, and South Florida. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 13: Publisher's Note, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are feminist, collage, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 14: Sneezed in 2 the Void, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are art, collage, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 15: The Talk of the Town in "Restless Realism", 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are art, collage, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 16: Who's Intentions Are Good, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are art, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 17: The Wire, 2004Add to your cart.
Issues 243, 244, 250. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Folder 18: The Wire, 2005Add to your cart.
Issues 251-253. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Folder 19: The Wire, 2005Add to your cart.
Issues 254, 255. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Folder 20: X, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry, and South Florida. Created during the Exile Books exhibit, "Love! Rage!! Passion!!!", held at the YoungArts Building in Miami, April - May 2015. Donated by Exile Books.
Folder 21: A-Zines, 2016Add to your cart.
Subjects are art and South Miami. Exile books at History Miami Museum. February 1- June 21.
Box 64Add to your cart.
Folder 1: The Wire, 2005Add to your cart.
Issues 256-258. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Folder 2: The Wire, 2005Add to your cart.
Issues 259, 261, 262. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Folder 3: The Wire, 2006Add to your cart.
Issues 264, 267, 271. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Folder 4: The Wire, 2006Add to your cart.
Issues 272-274. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Folder 5: The Wire, 2007Add to your cart.
Issues 275, 279, 280. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Folder 6: The Wire, 2007-2008Add to your cart.
Issues 285, 287, 288. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Box 65Add to your cart.
Folder 1: The Wire, 2008Add to your cart.
Issues 289, 291, 293. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Folder 2: The Wire, 2008Add to your cart.
Issues 295-297. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Folder 3: The Wire, 2009Add to your cart.
Issues 299, 300, 307. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Folder 4: The Wire, 2009-2010Add to your cart.
Issues 308, 311, 313. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Folder 5: The Wire, 2010Add to your cart.
Issues 315, 317, 321. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Folder 6: The Wire, 2010-2011Add to your cart.
Issues 322, 323, 325. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Box 66Add to your cart.
Folder 1: The Wire, 2011Add to your cart.
Issues 326-328. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Folder 2: The Wire, 2011-2012Add to your cart.
Issues 330, 333, 335. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Folder 3: The Wire, 2012Add to your cart.
Issues 336-338. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Folder 4: The Wire, 2012Add to your cart.
Issues 339-341. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Folder 5: The Wire, 2012Add to your cart.
Issues 342, 343, 345. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Folder 6: The Wire, 2012-2013Add to your cart.
Issues 346, 347, 350. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Box 67Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Cometbus, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issues 45, 48, 49. Subjects are personal, interview, and literary.
Folder 2: Doom Town, 2011Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 3: Razorcake, 2014Add to your cart.
Issue 81. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 4: Scam, 2012Add to your cart.
Issue 9. Subtitled, "Damaged: The Story of Black Flag's Classic First Album." Subject is punk rock.
Folder 5: Seven Inches to Freedom, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010Add to your cart.
Issues 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Subjects are punk rock, and Florida. Published in Fort Myers, Florida.
Folder 6: Seven Inches to Freedom, 2011-2013Add to your cart.
Issues 9-12. Subjects are punk rock, and Florida. Published in Fort Myers, Florida.
Folder 7: The Wire, 2013Add to your cart.
Issues 352, 353. Subtitled, "Adventures in Modern Music." Subject is music.
Box 68Add to your cart.
Folder 1: America?, 1998-1999Add to your cart.
Issues 5, 6, 7.5. Subjects are personal, punk rock, and Florida. Published in Gainesville, Florida.
Folder 2: America?, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issues 10, 13-15. Subjects are personal, punk rock, and Florida. Published in Gainesville, Florida.
Folder 3: Basura, 1993Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subjects are punk rock, and political.
Folder 4: Don't Sleep Until You're Guilty, 2003Add to your cart.
Subjects are punk rock, and travel. Subtitled, "One Reason Tour Journal."
Folder 5: Eyestrain, 2014Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subject is music.
Folder 6: The Fight Goes On, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are political, punk rock, and Florida. Published in Fort Myers, Florida.
Folder 7: Former Fetus, 2006Add to your cart.
Subjects are abortion, and personal. Subtitled, "An Abortion Journal."
Folder 8: Invocation of Obscene Gods, 2012Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 9: Platonic Suicide, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is art.
Folder 10: Pocket, 2000Add to your cart.
Issue 8. Subject is comics.
Folder 11: Prayer Chain Lyric Zine, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are punk rock, and South Florida.
Folder 12: Stray Rats Artist Series: Dan Rossiter, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is art.
Folder 13: Think or Sink Fanzine, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are punk rock, and Florida.
Folder 14: Tremelo, 2006Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subjects are punk rock, and photography.
Folder 15: Walk the Plank Pussycat, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is photography.
Box 69Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Choose Death, 2009Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 2: Cryptic Slaughter, 2003-2004Add to your cart.
Issues 22-24. Subjects are personal, travel, and Caribbean and Latin America.
Folder 3: Don't Be Swindle, 2011Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 4: Ghettopia, 2005Add to your cart.
Issue 65. Subject is comics.
Folder 5: Hank Dewees, 2005Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are personal, and Florida. Published in Fort Myers, Florida.
Folder 6: Hey Ronnie, 2009Add to your cart.
Issue 4. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 7: Maximum Rock N Roll, 2007Add to your cart.
Issue 288. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 8: Mindless Mutant, 2007Add to your cart.
Issues 2, 3. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 9: Mix Tapers Do It Better, 2007Add to your cart.
Subject is music.
Folder 10: Not Very Nice, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 11: A Place Called Home, n.d.Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issues 1, 5. Subjects are punk rock, Christianity, and Florida. Published in Naples, Florida.
Folder 12: Punk Rock Confidential, 2006Add to your cart.
Winter 2006 issue. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 13: Stay & Fight, 2005Add to your cart.
Subjects are literary, poetry, and Florida. Published in Naples, Florida.
Folder 14: Studies in Hunger, 1996Add to your cart.
Subject is poetry.
Folder 15: Xtra Vomit Lyric Zine, 2006Add to your cart.
Subject is punk rock.
Folder 16: Your Day Will Come, 2005Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subtitled, "A Horror Zine." Subjects are film, and Florida. Published in Fort Myers, Florida.
Folder 17: The Audient Void, 2016Add to your cart.
Issue 1 Number 1: Subtitled, "A journal of weird fiction and dark fantasy". Subject is horror stories and poems.
Box 70Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Bartok Suite, 2003Add to your cart.
Issues 1-3. Subjects are personal, punk rock, and Florida. Published in Naples, Florida.
Folder 2: Bartok Suite Master Copies, 2003Add to your cart.
Master copies of Bartok Suite issues 1-3.
Folder 3: Give Me Back, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue  5. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 4: Heartattack, 1997, 2002Add to your cart.
Issues 14, 34, 43. Subtitled, "Hardcore for the Hardcore." Subject is punk rock.
Folder 5: Hunger, Despair, Death, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is collage.
Folder 6: Librarians and Archivists with Palestine Zine, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are Palestinian rights, anti-Zionism, and Middle East.
Folder 7: Overdue Books, 2014Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Returning Palestine's 'Abandoned Property' of 1948." Subjects are Palestinian rights, anti-Zionism, and Middle East.
Folder 8: Profane Existence, 1994 + 2001Add to your cart.
Issue 22, 39. Subjects are punk rock, and anarchism.
Folder 9: Slash and Burn, 2006Add to your cart.
Issues 3, 6. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 10: Slingshot, 2014-2015Add to your cart.
Issues 115-118. Subjects are political, and direct action.
Folder 11: Sorry Trees, 2006Add to your cart.
Issue 5. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 12: There's No Place Like Home, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are personal, travel, and South Florida. Published in Hialeah, Florida.
Folder 13: Two-Fisted Librarians, 2015Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subject is libraries.
Folder 14: xFailtoSeex, 1999Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are punk rock, and Florida. Published in Sarasota, Florida.
Box 71Add to your cart.
Folder 1: [Occupy Movement Comic], 2011Add to your cart.
Subject is comics.
Folder 2: The Adventuresome and Action Packed Life of Butler Biggest, 1996Add to your cart.
Subject is comics.
Folder 3: Chiron Rising Magazine, 1997Add to your cart.
Issue 78. Subtitled, "Maturity with Class." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and Florida.
Folder 4: The Devil-Ettes, 1999Add to your cart.
Subject is dance.
Folder 5: Draft Dodger, 2015Add to your cart.
Issue 2. Subject is punk rock.
Folder 6: If You've Seen One You've Seen Them All, 1979Add to your cart.
Subject is literary.
Folder 7: Mochoa Chocolata Momma, 2012Add to your cart.
Biography of Bessie Coleman, the first female African-American pilot.
Folder 8: Moon Rot, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "An Exploration of Asian Womyn's Bodies." Subjects are feminist, gender, and race.
Folder 9: N.D.A.A. vs Patriot Act, 2012Add to your cart.
Subject is comics.
Folder 10: Odds 'n Ends of Liliane, 1993Add to your cart.
Subject is comics.
Folder 11: On Being Hard Femme, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are feminist, lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and gender.
Folder 12: Rapping Paper, 1977Add to your cart.
Issue 22. Subtitled, "Reflecting Gay Mid-America." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and South Florida.
Folder 13: T.R.A.S.H., 1985Add to your cart.
Issues 70-74. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida.
Folder 14: T.R.A.S.H., 1986Add to your cart.
Issues 75-77, 79, 80. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida.
Folder 15: Wac Donalds, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subject is comics.
Folder 16: Zine Month Flyer, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are ephemera, and zines.
Box 72Add to your cart.
Folder 1: T.R.A.S.H., 1987-1988Add to your cart.
Issues 81-83, 85, 86, 88. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida.
Folder 2: T.R.A.S.H., 1988-1991Add to your cart.
Issues 89, 101, 107, 112, 113. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida.
Folder 3: T.R.A.S.H., 1992Add to your cart.
Issues 114, 115, 117-119. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida.
Folder 4: T.R.A.S.H., 1993-1994Add to your cart.
Issues 120-122, 124, 125. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida.
Folder 5: T.R.A.S.H., 1994-1995Add to your cart.
Issues 127-129, 131, 133. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida.
Folder 6: T.R.A.S.H., 1995-1996Add to your cart.
Issues 134-136, 138, 139. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida.
Box 73Add to your cart.
Folder 1: T.R.A.S.H., 1996-1997Add to your cart.
Issues 140-144. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida.
Folder 2: T.R.A.S.H., 1997-1998Add to your cart.
Issues 145-149. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida.
Folder 3: T.R.A.S.H., 1998-1999Add to your cart.
Issues 150-154. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida. Published in Clermont, Florida.
Folder 4: T.R.A.S.H., 2000-2001Add to your cart.
Issues 155-159. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida. Published in Clermont, Florida.
Folder 5: T.R.A.S.H., 2001-2002Add to your cart.
Issues 160-163. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida. Published in Clermont and Minneola, Florida.
Folder 6: T.R.A.S.H., 2002-2003Add to your cart.
Issues 165-169. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida. Published in Minneola, Florida.
Box 74Add to your cart.
Folder 1: T.R.A.S.H., 2003-2004Add to your cart.
Issues 170-173. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida. Published in Minneola, Florida.
Folder 2: T.R.A.S.H., 2004-2005Add to your cart.
Issues 174-177. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida. Published in Minneola, Florida.
Folder 3: T.R.A.S.H., 2005-2006Add to your cart.
Issues 177-181. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida. Published in Minneola, Florida.
Folder 4: T.R.A.S.H., 2006-2007Add to your cart.
Issues 182-186. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida. Published in Minneola, Florida.
Folder 5: T.R.A.S.H., 2007-2009Add to your cart.
Issues 187-191. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida. Published in Minneola, Florida.
Folder 6: T.R.A.S.H., 2009-2010Add to your cart.
Issues 192-196. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida. Published in Minneola, Florida.
Box 75Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Christian Witch, 2010, 2013Add to your cart.
Issue 1, 12, and one unnumbered issue. Subject is comics.
Folder 2: Coyote, 2002Add to your cart.
Volume 2, Issue 1. Subtitled, "The literary quarterly of curious and serendipitous lore." Subjects are paganism, and literary.
Folder 3: Esoterra, 1991Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subtitled, "Zine of Occulture." Subjects are paranormal, art, and literary. "Zine offering 'destructive criticism' addressing the problems of Western Society. Includes 'UFOs and the cult of cargo' by Paul Rydeen, poetry, reprints of classic occult essays, and disturbing artwork." -- Description from Bolerium Books.
Folder 4: Girl Friends Sketchbook, 2013Add to your cart.
Subject is comics.
Folder 5: Hotam, 2013Add to your cart.

Issue 1: Subtitled, "A Brief History of Me." Subjects are personal, history, and art.

Issue 2: Subtitled, "Other People's Business." Subject is art.

Folder 6: Hotam, 2014Add to your cart.

Issue 3: Subtitled, "Journey to the West." Subjects are photography, and travel.

Issue 4: Subtitled, "Fine China." Subjects are art, and political.

Folder 7: Hotam, 2014Add to your cart.

Issue 5: Subtitled, "Hot Asian Men." Subjects are literary, and culture.

Issue 6: Subtitled, "Magazines." Subject is art.

Folder 8: Hotam, 2015Add to your cart.
Issue 10: Subtitled, "Haircut 100." Subjects are hairstyle, and photography.
Folder 9: Mandy, 2013Add to your cart.
Subject is comics.
Folder 10: Postazine, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. A one page music zine, the entirety of which is devoted to an interview with Billy Bragg.
Folder 11: Roger Magazine, 1979Add to your cart.
Issue 3. Subject is punk rock. "Centerfold is a photo of San Francisco at night with ironic folded overlay of a small town street scene. Interviews with Judy of San Francisco art punk band Pink Section and Olga de Volga of the band VS; parody ads, a public service announcement and more." -- Description from Bolerium Books.
Folder 12: Stop Looking, 1978Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Issue 1. Subject is art. "Ironic parody ads, interview with Target ('an organization of people who seek to combine New Wave with video art'), a full page photo of a run-down street scene rubberstamped "Baltimore," and other art-zine features; concludes with two pages of artists' classified ads." -- Description from Bolerium Books.
Folder 13: T.R.A.S.H., 2010-2011Add to your cart.
Issues 197-200. Subtitled, "True Revelations and Strange Happenings." Subjects are lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, sex/sexuality, and Florida. Published in Minneola, Florida.
Box 76Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Bark!, 2000Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subtitled, "Voice of Anarcho-Cynicism." Subjects are anarchism, and political.
Folder 2: Bushwick Meets Wynwood Walls, 2015Add to your cart.
Published in Port St. Lucie, Florida. Subjects are street art, and South Florida.
Folder 3: Fifth Grade Atelier, 2011Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Portraits of a Young Man on the Move." Subjects are personal, and childhood.
Folder 4: Foxfire, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are feminist, lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 5: Galvanized Butter, 2015Add to your cart.
Issues 2-3. Subjects are personal, South Florida and culture. Published in Miami, Florida.
Folder 6: I See Stars, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subjects are sex/sexuality, lesbian/gay/bi/transgender, and personal.
Folder 7: Land of Make Believe and Dress Up, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subtitled, "Some of my experiences doing sex work in NYC as a queer anarchist." Subjects are sex work, personal, and political.
Folder 8: Lesbian Archive and Information Centre Newsletter, 1991Add to your cart.
Subject is lesbian/gay/bi/transgender.
Folder 9: Louis Vuitton Night Review, 2008Add to your cart.
4 issues. Subjects are anarchism, and culture.
Folder 10: Memories are Made of Dreams, 2002Add to your cart.
Subjects are personal, and dreams.
Folder 11: The Rolling Stone of Tampa, 1968-1969Add to your cart.
Volume 3, Issues 7-10. Volume 4, Issues 1-4. Subjects are poetry, political, and Florida. Published in Tampa, Florida.
Folder 12: La Segua, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are literary, Caribbean & Latin American, and Florida. Published in Port St. Lucie, Florida.
Folder 13: Songs of a Bird Without Feet and Other Poems, 2015Add to your cart.
Subjects are poetry, and Florida. Published in Port St. Lucie, Florida.
Folder 14: Stolen Chocolate, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are gender, and sex industry.
Folder 15: This Time We Fight Back, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subject is political.
Folder 16: UC, the Bomb, and You, n.d.Add to your cart.
Issue 1. Subjects are anti-war, political, and college.
Box 77: Bruxist/Temorage, n.d.Add to your cart.
This zine includes a cassette tape with nails glued on. The creator writes, "An attempt to play this tape mirrors my attempt at speaking...Struggling to find words to fit, unconciously eye grind my teeth in my sleep." Subjects are literary, and art.
Box 78Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Slingshot, 1991-1992Add to your cart.
Volume 1. Issues 42, 43, 44, 46 Subjects are community activism, political, and direction action. Published in Berkley, California
Folder 2: Slingshot, 1992-1996Add to your cart.
Volume 1. Issues 50, 51, 53. Issues 55, 56. Subjects are community activism, political, and direction action. Published in Berkley, California
Folder 3: Slingshot, 1997-1999Add to your cart.
Issues 57, 58, 63, 64, 65, 67. Subjects are community activism, political, and direction action. Published in Berkley, California
Folder 4: Slingshot, 2000-2005Add to your cart.
Issues 70, 71, 72, 75, 76, 79, 81, 84, 85, 88,  Subjects are community activism, political, and direction action. Published in Berkley, California
Folder 5: Slingshot, 2005-2008Add to your cart.
Issues 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97 Subjects are community activism, political, and direction action. Published in Berkley, California
Folder 6: Slingshot, 2009-2011Add to your cart.
Issues 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104.1, 105. Subjects are community activism, political, and direction action. Published in Berkley, California
Folder 7: Slingshot, 2011-2012Add to your cart.
106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111. Subjects are community activism, political, and direction action. Published in Berkley, California
Folder 8: Slingshot, 2013-2015Add to your cart.
Issues 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118. Subjects are community activism, political, and direction action. Published in Berkley, California
Box 79Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Slingshot Organizer, 2002, 2005Add to your cart.
Annual Organizer: 2002, 2005. Subjects are community activism, political, and direction action. Published in Berkley, California
Folder 2: Slingshot Organizer, 2005, 2006Add to your cart.
Annual Organizer: 2005, 2006. Subjects are community activism, political, and direction action. Published in Berkley, California
Folder 3: Slingshot Organizer, 2006, 2007Add to your cart.
Annual Organizer: 2006, 2007. Subjects are community activism, political, and direction action. Published in Berkley, California
Folder 4: Slingshot Organizer, 2008, 2009Add to your cart.
Annual Organizer: 2008, 2009. Subjects are community activism, political, and direction action. Published in Berkley, California
Folder 5: Slingshot Organizer, 2009, 2010Add to your cart.
Annual Organizer: 2009, 2010. Subjects are community activism, political, and direction action. Published in Berkley, California
Box 80Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Slingshot Organizer, 2010, 2011Add to your cart.
Annual Organizer: 2010, 2011. Subjects are community activism, political, and direction action. Published in Berkley, California
Folder 2: Slingshot Organizer, 2011Add to your cart.
Annual Organizer: 2011. Subjects are community activism, political, and direction action. Published in Berkley, California
Folder 3: Slingshot Organizer, 2012, 2013Add to your cart.
Annual Organizer: 2012, 2013. Subjects are community activism, political, and direction action. Published in Berkley, California
Folder 4: Slingshot Organizer, 2013, 2014Add to your cart.
Annual Organizer: 2013, 2014. Subjects are community activism, political, and direction action. Published in Berkley, California
Folder 5: Slingshot Organizer, 2014, 2015Add to your cart.
Annual Organizer: 2014, 2015. Subjects are community activism, political, and direction action. Published in Berkley, California
Box 81Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Slingshot Organizer, 2015Add to your cart.
Annual Organizer: 2015. Subjects are community activism, political, and direction action. Published in Berkley, California
Folder 2: Al-Muslima, 1976Add to your cart.
A Journal for Muslim Ladies. Subjects are religion, and poetry.
Folder 3: Aryan Skinhead AllianceAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Bronco Bullfrog/ SkoinkAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Carry No Banners, 1995Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Oi! Deutsches Echo, 1991-1992Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Foier Frei!, 1998Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Full Deck, 1996Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Hammerskin PressAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Has AttackeAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: Head Kicked InAdd to your cart.
Folder 12: International Skinhead BulletinAdd to your cart.
Folder 13: Linha Da FrenteAdd to your cart.
Folder 14: Lokal PatriotAdd to your cart.
Folder 15: ResistanceAdd to your cart.
Folder 16: Risveglio Europeo, 1992Add to your cart.
Folder 17: SlingshotAdd to your cart.
Folder 18: Spirit of 88, 1999Add to your cart.
Folder 19: ThuleAdd to your cart.
Folder 20: United Forces, 1990Add to your cart.
Folder 21: United Skins, 1993Add to your cart.
Folder 22: LIS Microaggressions: Volume 1, Issue 3Add to your cart.
A space for those working in libraries, archives and information fields to share their experiences with microaggressions. NCAAL, SAA, St. Louis, Cleveland
Folder 23: Slingshot Newspaper Collective, 2016 & 2017Add to your cart.

Independent radical newspaper published in Berkely - Social involvement, solidatity, activism, anti-fascism

Issue 122 (2016)

Issue 124 (Summer 2017) - Climate Change activism, California autonomy movement, food equality

Issue 125 (Fall 2017) - Climate Change, anti-fascism, pro feminism

Box 82Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Miami Book Fair #2, 2015Add to your cart.
Collaborative zine by Portable Editions: LAB.
Folder 2: Army of S|he, 2002Add to your cart.
Collaborative zine from s|he collective. Subjects are art, community, activism, and feminism.
Folder 3: Shanti's Book of Panties by Samara LeibnerAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Mission Minicomix zines, n.d.Add to your cart.
Eighteen short form zines from the San Francisco-based artist collective, Mission Minicomix. Subjects are social justice, community, and law.
Folder 5: Women Going Strong, 2016Add to your cart.
Produced by: dezare-naomi sellers, Raphaelle Kernisant, Sara Saveanu, Margo Hall, Carolina Bendaña, Lara Cahill-Booth. Gift of the UM Gender, Sexuality, & Visual Studies collective. Subjects are: gender, feminism, sexuality.
Folder 6: The Divas of Sheridan Square, 1970Add to your cart.
"Hall, Ralph, illustrator. Poems by J. Centola. The Divas of Sheridan Square. New York. N.d., circa 1970. 8vo. 21 by 18 cm. Unpaginated, 24 pp., including wraps. Psychedelic artwork, and campy verse to match, with explict gay subject matter. Self published and distributed, and the titles of the poems give an excellent idea to the spirit - "Fag Hag Whore", "Space Queen", "The Ballard of Gypsy Trash", "Change for a Dying Queen", etc. Light soiling to the cover. Near Fine." -- White Fox Rare Books and Antiques
Folder 7: Ratbeat International, 1987Add to your cart.
Zine from Helsinki/Finland. Editor: Miettinen. "fan & trade paper for true believers" - Sex, drugs, murder. Music, punk, independent, Album reviews and artist interviews. Issue No. 1 (May 1987) The Nomads, The Chud, The Strangemen, Barrence Whitfield and the Savages, 12 pages, 11.5 x 15.5 inches, Tabloid, Language: English
Folder 8: Kick it Over No. 3, 1994Add to your cart.
Canadian power feminist periodical. Subjects are feminism, anarchism, economy, and social activism.
Folder 9: Belly Busters, Issues 6-8, n.d.Add to your cart.
Alternative lifestyle zine for feeder/feedee enthusiasts. Subjects are gender, nudity, health, body image, and sexuality.
Folder 10: Bulge - Issue no. 1 and no. 2, 1999Add to your cart.
Alternative lifestyle zine for feeder/feedee enthusiasts. Subjects are gender, nudity, health, body image, and sexuality.
Folder 11: Magical Mystery Tour/Paperback Writer: An International Beatles Fanzine, 1977-1978Add to your cart.

"No. One (April-May 1977), Two (June-July 1977), Three (August/September 1977), Seven (April/May 1978), and Eight (June/July 1978) [set of 5 issues]: Baldwin, New York: Richard Hoffman: 14"x18 1/2." 21 pp; 21pp; 22pp; 24pp; 26pp... Printed on versos and rectos, with hand typing, copying, black and white photographs, and handwritten notes...Initially entitled Magical Mystery Tour, publisher Richard Hoffman quickly changed the name to Paperback Writer by the third issue, after discovering a fan club by the same name in Illinois. Though information about the publication is limited, with no OCLC catalog at this time, the fanzine ran for several years, acquiring a more professional aesthetic over time, and Sara Schmidt, author of popular blog, "Meet the Beatles for Real," and the forthcoming book, Happiness is Seeing the Beatles: Baetlemania in St. Louis, lists it amont the The Write Thing, The Harrison Alliance, and With a Little Help from my Friends as one of the great Beatle fanzines of the 1970s and 1980s. Regular sections include contemporary news, older articles under the section "Do You Remember?," club sales, pen pals, advertisements, and letters from members. Issues No. Three and Seven feature cartoons by Rosita Rodriguez, accompanied by three poems by Kathy Hayden of Illinois City in the seventh issue, which also includes Part 3 of an exclusive interview with David Peel. An endearing look at Beatles fan culture during the lean late 70s." -Underground Books, LLC.

Subjects are music, entertainment, pop culture, rock and roll, and fan culture.

Folder 12: Triad MagazineAdd to your cart.
Midwest's free rock magazine, featuring articles, short stories, coverage on books, movies, theatre, a concert calendar, reviews, and an astrology page. Subjects are music, entertainment, and rock and roll.
Folder 13: Gabba Gabba Gazette No. 3Add to your cart.
Chicago punk-themed local zine. Subjects are punk, music, entertainment, and pop culture.
Folder 14: Color Me In, Issues 1 and 2, and Make America Gay Again, n.d.Add to your cart.
Zines by University of Miami student, Ethan Punal. Subjects are art, pop culture, sexuality, and politics.
Folder 15: Gay Free Press, Vol. 1, No. 2, n.d.Add to your cart.
Locally published San Francisco periodical geared towards the gay community. Subjects are sexuality, gender, and social activism.
Folder 16: Is There Life on Other Planets?, n.d.Add to your cart.
Small zine on alien encounters from the British Raelian Movement. Subjects are science fiction, religion, and astronomy.
Folder 17: Expozine, 2011Add to your cart.
Program of the 10th Montreal Annnual Small Press, Comic, Zine Fair. Intro by fair organizers ARCMTL, list of exhibitors (zine makers + web addresses), winners of the ExpoZine Alternative Press Awards 2010, publisher ads. 24 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 inches. Language: French & English, bilingual
Box 83Add to your cart.
Folder 1: #100 Days of Drawing Stranger's Faces, n.d.Add to your cart.
By Emily Joynton
Folder 2: A Brief, Incomplete History of Earth-Bound Light-Expression, 2016Add to your cart.
By Dave Rodriguez and Miami Music Club
Folder 3: Art Handler, n.d.Add to your cart.
Gift of Cristina Favretto.
Folder 4: Art Puke, 2016Add to your cart.
By Dave Rodriguez
Folder 5: DJ Khaled: They Told Him No, n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Drake's "Hotline Bling" is Timmy Thomas' "Why Can't We Live Together", n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Disco Rick: Uncensored Interview, n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Duke Tha God Adrenaline Wizdom, n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Florida Ceiling, 2005 + 2006Add to your cart.
Issues 1, 2, 3 Zine from Sarasota, FL. Prose and poems by Dave Rodriguez.
Folder 10: Interpositive, 2016Add to your cart.
By Dave Rodriguez and Miami Music Club
Folder 11: It's Worth the Burn, 2015Add to your cart.
By Noah Levy. Photographs taken in Florida.
Folder 12: Little River, n.d.Add to your cart.
Donated by Ashley Abess
Folder 13: Londonderry, 2015-2016Add to your cart.
Written in French.
Folder 14: Next Season Mental Harvest, n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 15: Obsolete Media Miami, 2015Add to your cart.
In reference to Daystar by David Brieske. Gift of Kevin Arrow.
Folder 16: Pari-Passu, n.d.Add to your cart.
Poetry by Natasha Mijares. Images by Nicole Mijares.
Folder 17: Ramones, 2016Add to your cart.
Gift of Cristina Favretto.
Folder 18: Revolution Rising #1-3, 1994Add to your cart.
These zines question things usually accepted as the norm.
Folder 19: Slingshot #120-121, 2016Add to your cart.
Folder 20: The Cipher, n.d.Add to your cart.
Information about The Cipher: A History of Hip Hop in Miami
Folder 21: The Rock Behind the Scenes of Pain + Gain, n.d.Add to your cart.
Folder 22: The Mirk-Wood Times, 1973Add to your cart.
vol. 1, number 1.
Folder 23: What is Odinism?, n.d.Add to your cart.
Donated by Bolerium Books.
Folder 24: Women Going Strong, 2016Add to your cart.
About gender, sexuality, and feminisim. Produced by Dezare Naomi Sellers, Sara Saveabu, Carolina Bendana, Raphaelle Kernisant, Margo Hall, and Lara Cahill-Booth. Donated by UM Gender, Sexuality and Visual studies Collective.
Folder 25: Zineology, 2016 & 2017Add to your cart.

No. 1 - A brief description about the zine collection located in University of Miami's Special Collections.

No. 2 - A World of Zines - Description of the zines from each continent selected from Special Collections for display at Miami Zine Fair 2017

Folder 26: Haiti: A History of Intervention, Occupation and Resistance by Andrew Flood, 2010Add to your cart.
Zine discussing the social and political ramifications of conquest and imperialism in Haiti. Subjects are Haiti, imperialism, politics, social activism, and history.
Folder 27: New Escapologist Or: Goodbye to all that!, Issue 4, 2010Add to your cart.
Self-described as a  "compendium of funny and existential essays and anecdontes relating to Escapology." Subjects are humor, pop culture, and anarchism.
Folder 28: Dada Zine, 2013Add to your cart.

"Huizar, Kristen, et al. Dada zine! [Los Angeles]: CRASS [Collective Revolutionary Association of Students in Solidarity. ], 2013. 30p., photocopied in format, 5.5x8.5 inches. Poems and drawings by Huizar (a young anarcha-feminist based in LA) and others." -Bolerium Books

Subjects are art, anarchism, feminism, mental health, social justice, poetry, and politics.

Folder 29: San Diego Convention Coalition: "On to Miami", 1972Add to your cart.

"San Diego Convention Coalition. San Diego: the Coalition, 1972. 24p., staplebound pamphlet, "On to Miami" stenciled on front cover. On factions involved in protesting the Republican National Convention, including ethnic coalitions, gay activists, labor and more." -Bolerium Books

Subjects are politics, sexuality, social activism, and immigration.

Folder 30: New Foundations: A Student Quarterly, 1948Add to your cart.

"New Foundations: a student quarterly. Volume 2, no. 2 (December 1948). New York: New Foundations Cooperative Press, 1948. Single issue of the journal, in staplebound wraps, pp. 82-144; 5x8 inches, very good. Magazine associated with the American Youth for Democracy and the Labor Youth League, youth groups of the CPUSA. Includes a short story by Wiley Eisen, 'The Tampa Incident.'"

Subjects are politics, scholastics, and social activism.

Folder 31: Ukiyo-e and 3rd Generation Blues, 2016Add to your cart.

"Huizar, Kristen. [Two mini-zines: Ukiyo-e and 3rd generation blues]. [Los Angeles]: the author, 2016. Two mini-zines, each folded from a single sheet of paper; the first is a celebration of Ukiyo-e Japanese prints, with a collection of portraits of women; the second is a brief illustrated story describing the conflicting emotions of a Latina worker at the Target in East LA when an elderly woman curses her for her poor Spanish. The zine creator is a young anarcha-feminist based in LA." -Bolerium Books

Subjects are art, anarchism, feminism, social activism, immigration, and community.

Folder 32: small format, Volume 8 ARTCENTER / South Florida, Fall 2016Add to your cart.
This volume features contributions by Diann Bauer, Vilem Flusser, Adler Gurrier, Gerald Nestler, each of which address the way images, imagination, visibility, and vision function in our contemporary moment.
Folder 33: Vellum, n. d.Add to your cart.

Artzine by Editor Stephanie J. Young - Covers art events, studio visits and openings. www.vellumartzine.com/

Issue 3 Spring 2006, Issue 5 2007, Issue 12 Winter 2014, Issue 15 Fall 2015

Folder 34: Red Flag Magazine: Animals, Issue 8, Winter 2014, 2014Add to your cart.
Art Magazine inspiring activism and grassroot effort to effect posotive change in the world. Borrowed name from term "red flag" - over problems facing our planet. "Greatest Power lies in the voice of the citizen journalist..." Editor: Nicole Davis, Associate and Contributing Editor: Nathaniel Sandler / Bookleggers
Folder 35: The Skeleton Inside Me by Lori Ellison, n. d.Add to your cart.
Zine by artist Lori Ellison, who died in 2015. Abstractionist, feminist topics. Zine contains poetry and drawings. From The Booklyn Rail: "...she managed to make deceptively simple repetitive patterns come alive in a manner that defies emulation...."
Box 84Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Black Market, November 1993Add to your cart.
Premier issue, zine about black rights, black culture. Published in Atlanta by Alan S. Hill, 20 p., 5.5 x 8.5 inches.
Folder 2: The Little Rhino Gazette, 1988Add to your cart.
Zine from Arlington/TX on underground, alternative culture, music, punk. Issue 10 (Apr. 1988), Issue 11 (Aug./Sept. 1988): Music reviews, interviews with bands such as Thatcher on Acid and White China, etc.. Underground Publications. 40 and 48 pages. 7 x 8.5 inches.
Folder 3: Mega-Mosh, 1987Add to your cart.
Music magazine from Frankfurt/Germany on heavy metal and acid bands. Album and concert reviews. Issue 2 (1987) Articles on Blind Illusion, Holy Terror, Overkill, Exumer, Death Angel, Hallows Eve, Raw Power, Tankard, Mace etc.. 32 pages, 8.5 x 12 inches. Language: German
Folder 4: Linea Diritta, 1986Add to your cart.
Zine from Italy on culture. Music (concerts, photos, album reviews, comics), skateboarding. Articles and live photographs on Agnostic Front, G.B.H., The Brigade, Misfits, Fear etc.. 64 pages, 6x8 inches. Language: Italian
Folder 5: Death and Destruction, 1985Add to your cart.
Hardcore-Death-Thrash Ragazine, Music magazine from Austin/TX on heavy metal. Album and concert reviews, band interviews, underground culture, politics. Issue 2 (1985) Articles on D.R.I, S.O.D., The Offenders, Agnostic Front, Gang Green, Watchtower, Hirax, Dark Angel, Cro-Mags, Black Tasks, Sudden Impact etc.. 64 pages, 7 x 8.5 inches
Folder 6: Peace or Annihilation, 1986Add to your cart.
Monthly music magazine from Belgium on heavy metal and thrash metal. Album and concert reviews, band interviews, underground culture. Issue 9 (Nov. / Dec. 1986) Articles on The Repulsives, Impact, Scream, Corrosion of Conformity, Kino, Government Issue, Opus Dei, Satanic Malfunctions, Pure Hate etc.. 52 pages, 6 x 8 inches
Folder 7: Breakout, 1987Add to your cart.
Music magazine, fanzine, special photozine (1987) from Hamburg/Germany on heavy metal, thrash and hardcore bands, skateboarding. Photo pages on Challenger Crew, Neurotic Arseholes, Mottek, Government Issue etc.. 40 pages, 8.5 x 12 inches. Language: German
Folder 8: Metal ProphecyAdd to your cart.
Music magazine from Sinsheim/Germany on heavy metal and thrash metal bands. Album and concert reviews. Issue 2 (1986) Articles on World War III Metal festival Canada, Bands: Agent Steel, Overkill, Destructor, Death, Exxplorer, Blessed Death, Atlain. 48 pages, 8 x 12 inches. Language: German
Folder 9: True MetalAdd to your cart.
Music magazine from Chile on heavy metal. Album and concert reviews. Issue No. 2 (1986) Articles on Volcano, Exodus, Slayer, Massacre, Tyrant, Warrant, Wehrmacht, Sodom etc.. 36 pages, 6.5 x 8.5 inches. Language: Spanish
Folder 10: The Metal Commandments, 1985Add to your cart.
Music magazine from Wellsville/OH on hardcore, death, thrash, speed, heavy metal and punk and post-punk. Album and concert reviews, band interviews, underground culture, politics. Issue 2 (1985) Articles on Excel, Holy Terror, Massacre, Wehrmacht, Have Mercy, Hades etc. and protest against censorship. 34 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches
Folder 11: Iron Cross, 1985Add to your cart.
Music magazine from Honolulu/HI on hardcore, death, thrash, speed, heavy metal and punk and post-punk. Album and concert reviews, band interviews. Issue 2 (1985) Articles on Griffin, Sacrifice, Cancerous Growth, Vicious Barreka, Exploited, Not Fragile, 7 Seconds etc. Swastika Logo 24 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches
Folder 12: Citizen Arrest, 1985Add to your cart.
Music magazine from Southboro/MA on hardcore, death, thrash, speed, heavy metal. Album and concert reviews, band interviews. Issue 4 (Jan. - Aug.), 5 (Nov.) Articles on Offenders, Cancerous Growth, Plasmatics, Corrosion of Conformity, 7 Seconds, Suicidal tendencies, Mighty Road Warriors, Positive Outlook, etc.  8.5 x 11 inches
Folder 13: Jet Lag Magazine, n. d.Add to your cart.
Semi-professionally produced magazine from St. Louis/MO on pop culture, alternative, music, books. Issue 56 (August 1985) Articles on Katrina and the Waves, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, The President, On the Run, Japanese Bandstand, Nails, Hüsker Dü, Bob Death. - Issue 65 (May 1986) Articles on The Replacements, Camper van Beethoven, Thin White Rope, Toxic Reasons, DC3, Johnny Thunders. - Issue 67 (July 1986) Articles on Fishbone, Big Black, Long Ryders, Scratch Acid, Bodeans. 7 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches
Folder 14: The Affiliate, n. d.Add to your cart.
Semi-professionally produced magazine from Canada.Staplebound zine on music, politics, essays on global topics and humanist beliefs. Advertising for SXSW II. Issues 7 (January 1988), 8 (February 1988) 19 (January 1989) 8.5x11 inches
Folder 15: Crooked fagazine, 2013-2015Add to your cart.
Zine from Montreal/Canada, editor: Jordan Coulombe. Issues 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 - Magazines include pieces on Canadian queer zine culture, LGBTQ, gay sex, writing letters behind bars, personal reminiscences, short fiction and art. Glossy print with black and white photos. 22 to 37 pages per issue, 7 x 10 inches
Folder 16: Shard, 1988Add to your cart.
Music magazine from Toronto/Canada on underground, alternative, punk. Editor: Tony Meany. Issue 1 (after name change from IRK Fanzine) Music reviews, interviews with bands such as Staw Dogs, Exploited, Dr. Know, Colera, Corrosion of Conformity etc.. 16 pages. 8.5 x 11 inches.
Folder 17: Uniq & Rare, 1986Add to your cart.
Magazine from Denmark on underground culture, alternative, punk music, activism (No Olympics & anti-gentrification campaign in Amsterdam). Editors: Anja Bjerre, Henrik Lund. Issue 5 (magazine was formerly known as HA!! zine) Cartoons, Music reviews, article on Borderless Countires Tapes, SCRAPS, Beneath Contempt etc.. 48 pages. 6 x 8 inches. Language: Danish
Box 85Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Chemical Imbalance, 1986Add to your cart.
Subtitle: "Biting Off More than We Can Chew" - Zine from New York. Editor: Mike McGonigal (had just moved to NY from Miami, references to Miami in the issue's intro). Subects are music, art, poetry, comics. Issue 4: Sonic Youth, The June Brides, The Chant, Broken Talent, Angst, Nacked Raygun, Psycho Dasies, Minimum Wage, Great Plains. Poetry by Karen Bemis, Brian Douglas Clemons. Comic by Harvey Pekar & Robert Crumb, Matt Howarth. 40 pages, 8 x 11 inches
Folder 2: Choose Your Fate, 1985Add to your cart.
Music magazine from Lewisberry/PA. Album and concert reviews, band interviews, comics, pop-culture, art. Issue No. 4. Articles on bands Cancerous Growth, 7 Seconds, Harrisburg, area scene report New York, Freddy Krueger (Nightmare on Elm Street) drawing on cover. 12 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches
Folder 3: De nieuwe Vögelspin, 1985Add to your cart.
Magazine from Amsterdam/Netherlands on underground culture, alternative, punk music. Editors: Tony, Ian & Guy. Cartoons, music reviews and band interviews. In this issue: Exodus, Hüsker Dü, Lärm, Frightwig, Teste Macre, Henry Rollins, D.O.A. etc. 26 pages. 8.5 x 11.5 inches. Language: English & Dutch
Folder 4: Flesh and Bones, 1986Add to your cart.
Music magazine from Middlesex/NJ. Album and concert reviews, band interviews, comics, pop-culture, subculture, weird humor. Issue No. (unknown). Articles on bands Dinosaur, DC3, Raging Slab, Redd Cross, Necros, The Honeymoon Killers. 52 pages, 8.5 x 10.5 inches
Folder 5: Graffiti, 1986Add to your cart.
Zine from Donzdorf/Germany. Subjects are pop culture, politics, Cold War, activism, protest and social commitment. Issue 5 (includes guest zine Sitting Bullshit No. 2) subjects are animal testing, nuclear tests, peace movement, vegetarianism, environmental issues, drug-free youth, music & concert reviews (RAZZIA, Einstürzende Neubauten, Running Riot, American metal bands etc.), movies (Rambo, Mad Max III). Cover: Drawing of Ronald Reagan offering to shake hands with Mikhail Gorbachev, both sitting on weapons, missiles. 88 pages, 6 x 8 inches. Language: German
Folder 6: HA!!, 1986Add to your cart.
Magazine from Denmark on underground culture, alternative, punk music, activism, anti-fascism, anti-war. Editors: Anja Bjerre, Henrik Lund. Issue 4 (february 1986) Cartoons, Music reviews, article on Italian fanzine T.V.O.R. , The Deformed, Serious AEvil, Lärm, Unnatural Silence, Poison Idea etc. 40 pages. 6 x 8 inches. Language: Danish
Folder 7: Invasion Toward Routine, 2005Add to your cart.
Zine from South Korea of mostly graphics, sketchings, drawings, collages of aliens on earth, human fear. Science Fiction, fantasy, aliens, alient protest, activism, asian humor, monsters, screaming, image of a merman, UFO. 26 (loose) pages, 5 x 7.5 inches, Language: Korean
Folder 8: Jam Rag, 1986Add to your cart.
Bi-weekly music magazine from Detroit/MI on new wave, punk, heavy metal, Rock 'n Roll. Editor: Tom Ness. Issue 6 (May 23rd, 1986) cover features Vertical Pillows, vinyl reviews, concert ads, vendor ads, classified ads and local news (related to music) 8 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 inches
Folder 9: La Voie of Rock, 1985Add to your cart.
Music magazine from Vendome/France. Album and concert reviews, band interviews, other subjects: anti-fascism, Europe, anarchy. C. Issue 11 (1985) Articles on bands Verdun, Hatefuls, Rosenthal, Pretty Boys, Offensive, Camera Silens, Drei Oklok, Parabellum, Tweed, Punk en Yougoslavie, Le Pub Rock, Red London, Ludwig von 88. 40 pages, 6 x 8 inches, Language: French
Folder 10: Lynx, 1989Add to your cart.
Zine (aka APA-Renga) from Toutle/WA featuring mainly renga and articles on art and history thereof, also haiku and related short poetry forms. Editor: Terri Lee Grell. Issue Winter 1989/90 Contributions by Kamata and Wtherspoon, Brenda Jaeger, Judith Skillman, Linda Andrews, Bill Witherup, Larry Walker, Hiroaki Sato, Marlene Mountain, Sun Son. Art by Victoria Celeste Fannin-Maldonado. 24 pages. 6 x 14 inches
Folder 11: 9 Years On..., 1985Add to your cart.
Magazine from Durham/Great Britain on underground culture, alternative, punk music. Editor: Graeme Price. Issue 3 (March 1985) Cartoons, music reviews and interviews with The Deformed, The Untamed, Anathema, External Menace, Australian music scene etc., plus activism, anti-fascism (Maggie Thatcher, Ronald Reagan, arms race) 40 pages. 6 x 8 inches
Folder 12: P. or A., 1986Add to your cart.
Magazine from Overijse/Belgium. Subjects are pop culture, politics, activism, anarchy, protest and social commitment. Issue 6 (1986) subjects are anti-globalization, feminism, poetry. Concert reviews and interviews with bands Nunclear, Manic Depressors, Instigators, Cancerous Growth, Asocial. 36 pages, 6 x 8 inches. Language: Flemish/Dutch
Folder 13: public - Hildesheim zum Einstecken, 1987Add to your cart.
Pocket-size monthly magazine from Hildesheim/Germany about music (concert & album reviews), movies, theater, culture, city guide Hildesheim, event calendar. Student life. Issue 6 (June 1987) Cover: Iggy Pop. Students on strike against budget cuts on education. Issue 12 (December 1987) Article on killing of a police officer by miltiant protester against Frankfurt Airport's third runway and the consequences. [Title has been cut off of cover] 48 pages, 4 x 6 inches. Language: German
Folder 14: Sct. Peters Engle, 1986Add to your cart.
Magazine from Höjbjerg/Denmark. Editors: Marie Molin, Svenne Jepsen. Music, album and concert reviews, band interviews, prose, social issues. Issue No. 3 on band Kafka Prosess, Chumbawamba, The Rest of the Boys. Inteview with markers on Dutch zine De Nieuwe Koekrant, collage about refugees in history (past: Jews, present: Tamils) . 28 pages, 6 x 8 inches. Language: English
Folder 15: Slitz, 1986Add to your cart.
Magazine from Stockholm/Sweden. Music, avant garde, techno, art - interviews, album reviews, film reviews  Issue 24 (Sept. 1986) Eurythmics/Annie Lennox on the cover. Articles on Eurythmics, Thomas Di Leva, Wolmer X, Magnus Uggla, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Commando, Hyheter etc.. 80 pages 8.5 x 11 inches. Language: Swedish
Folder 16: Subversive Behavior, 1986Add to your cart.
Music magazine from Vancouver/Canada on heavy metal & punk, skatebarding, Issue 4 features interviews and reviews of bands: Desperate Minds Stagation (DMS), Jody Foster's Army, DRI, Death Sentence, Unnatural Silence, Fratricide, Desecration. 12 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 inches
Folder 17: TRUST, 1986Add to your cart.
Magazine from Germany on underground culture, alternative, punk music, activism, anti-fascism, ant-racism, anti-sexism. Music reviews, articles on: The band White Flag (essay in praise of their satirical song lyrics), Italian band Raw Power, To-Do Hospital. Essay on "Marines" (US-critical essay on the military unit and why people join it), Interview with Fernando Boggio, a Punk from Peru. Interview with Swiss makers of Hardcore Thrash-Metal Radio Show.Music scene in Poland, Sweden. . 40 pages. 6 x 8 inches. Language: German
Box 86: The Feminist Alternative Press, 1991 - 1997Add to your cart.
Quarterly local Florida feminist zine. Subjects are feminism and social activism. Editor: The Feminist Alternative, Inc.
Item 1: The Feminist Alternative Press, 1991Add to your cart.
Volume 1, No. 1, Activist group the Feminist Alternative
Item 2: The Feminist Alternative Press, 1992Add to your cart.
Volume 1, No. 2, "Not the Church, Not the State...", Roe v. Wade
Item 3: The Feminist Alternative Press, 1992Add to your cart.
Volume 1, No. 3, Supreme Court Undly Burdens Roe, Roe v. Wade
Item 4: The Feminist Alternative Press, 1992Add to your cart.
Volume 1, No. 4, Homophobia Hinders Feminist Agenda... Again, First Public Park To Honor Women is Dedicated in Dade
Item 5: The Feminist Alternative Press, 1992Add to your cart.
Volume 2, No. 1,  Rape Used to Wage War in Former Yugoslavia, Military Ban Against Lesbians Divides Women
Item 6: The Feminist Alternative Press, 1993Add to your cart.
Volume 2, No. 2, Innovative Dade Court Confronts Domestic Violence, Abortion Fighters Mobilize, Floridians Unite Against Anti-Gay Campaign
Item 7: The Feminist Alternative Press, 1993Add to your cart.
Volume 2, No. 3, Murder And Arson Force Clinic Closure (Abortion), Feminist Activist Goes to Russia, Liz Claiborne Unveils Miami Domestic Violence Public Awareness Campaign
Item 8: The Feminist Alternative Press, 1994Add to your cart.
Vol. 3, No. 1, RICO A Powerful Weapon Against Ant-Abortionists, Emily Malcolm, Welfare "Reform" a Sham
Item 9: The Feminist Alternative Press, 1994Add to your cart.
Vol. 3, No. 2, Supreme Court Upholds Safe Access to Abortion Clinics, Gloria Steinem Visits Miami, Welfare reform Punishes Women
Item 10: The Feminist Alternative Press, 1994Add to your cart.
Vol. 3, No. 3, Anti-Abortion Terrorism Stuns Pensacola Again, New Momentum For ERA, Welfare Debate Omits Motherwork
Item 11: The Feminist Alternative Press, 1995Add to your cart.
Vol. 4, No. 2 (A)  Year of the He-Man Politics Replaces Year of the Woman, Candace Gingrich Speaks, Equal Rights Amendment Reintroduced
Item 12: The Feminist Alternative Press, 1995Add to your cart.
Vol. 4, No. 2 (B)  Celebrating 75 Years of Suffrage, What's Happening to Affirmative Action, Beijing Conference Ratifies Action Plan
Item 13: The Feminist Alternative Press, 1996Add to your cart.
Vol. 5, No. 1, Domestic Violence: A Problem Affecting Everyone, "Drive Through Delivery" Debate Ignores Women's Preferences, China Conference Sparks Revolution
Item 14: The Feminist Alternative Press, 1996Add to your cart.
Vol. 5, No. 2 Combating Extremism: Getting Out the Facts (Voter Education), MSU First to Oust Violence
Item 15: The Feminist Alternative Press, 1996Add to your cart.
Vol. 5, No. 3  "Contract With Women of the USA" Introduced in Florida, Florida Friends Show Support For First Lady (Cover photo: Hillary Clinton for Bill Clinton in Miami at Women's Leadership Forum), Women Mentoring Girls in Liberty City
Item 16: The Feminist Alternative Press, 1997Add to your cart.
Vol. 6, No. 1 Global Summit Adresses Economic Challenges Facing Women,  Late-Term Abortion An Issue Again After Veto
Box 87Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Alternative Evangelist Zine, 1987Add to your cart.
Music zine from Vancouver/Canada on alternative/indie punk. Band interviews, album reviews, cartoons by Ross Campbell. Issue 3 (August 1987) on bands: Political Asylum, Social Decay, Concrete Sox, No Brain Cells. 16 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches
Folder 2: Apocalypse Now, 1985Add to your cart.
Music zine from Basel/Switzerland on alternative/indie, punk, hardcore. Band interviews, album reviews, concert reviews, photos, cartoons, comics, activism, social issues. Issue 9 on bands: Angry Samoans, L'Amourder. Essay "The Other Side" by Mykel Board, article about independent music lables in Florida,  against animal testing, hunger in africa, Comic "Die Heirat mit einem Hexer" by Dietmar Mueller. 40 pages, 8.5 x 11.5 inches, Language: German
Folder 3: Best, 1986Add to your cart.
Monthly music magazine from Paris/France. Mainly mainstream music, charts, album reviews. Issue 210 (January 1986) on Sting, Sade, Lloyd Cole, Waterboys, Bob Dylan, Starship. 96 pages, 8 x 11.5 inches. Language: French
Folder 4: Clot, 1990Add to your cart.
Monthly music magazine from Northglenn/CO (Subtitle: "The Magazine For Thrombocytopeniacs") on alternative/indie punk. Band interviews, album reviews, cartoons, comic art. Issue 4 (April 1990) on bands Faith No More, Shatterin' Tally, Sick Of It All, Atroph, Sadistic Intent. Articles on Women in Rock, Trademarking, Graffiti. 28 pages, 11 x 14.5 inches
Folder 5: Contrast, 1987Add to your cart.
Music magazine from Beverly Hills/CA on alternative/Indie. Interviews and articles on musicians, album and single reviews,essays, poetry. Issue 3 (Fall 1987) Carmaig de Forest, Fred Firth, The Cat Heads, For Against, Clay Idols, Adrian Belew, Redd Kross, C.S. Angels, Doug Falconer, Jonathan Richman 84 pages,  8.5 x 11 inches.
Folder 6: Crow, 1988Add to your cart.
Cultural Magazine from Wharton/NJ on video, film, television, music, books essays, counter-culture. "Not for profit cooperative project written and designed by a rotating group of technicians.", says their intro. Issue 25 (July 1988): Ed Wood, Prick Up Your Ears, Full Metal Jacket, Blue Velvet, Pee Wee Herman, The Hidden, Dark Shadows, Robocop, The Lost Boys, Star Trek's Crazy Computers, Captain Kirk's Chicks, Leonard Nimoy: Genius Poet, Stuart Gordon, John Waters, The Dead Milkmen, Butthole Surfers, Big Black, Happy Flowers etc. Directory on Fanzines, book releases, albums. 132 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches
Folder 7: Deadline, 1986Add to your cart.
Music zine from Belgium on alternative/indie punk, hardcore, thrash. Band interviews, album reviews, concert reviews, music scene reports Poland, Florida. Issue 1: On bands Capital Scum, Upset Noise, Half Off, Keezicks, Repulsives, heresy, Sherwood, S.N.F.U., No Frauds, Skunks, Big Stick, Agony. Article on drugs, other fanzines.64 pages, 8.5 x 11.5 inches. Language: English
Folder 8: Dyke Manifesto, 1993Add to your cart.
Poster zine by activist group  'The Lesbian Avengers'. Gay, LGBT activism. "It's time to get out of the beds, out of the bars, and into the streets. It's time to seize the power of dyke love, dyke vision, dyke anger, dyke intelligence, dyke strategy. It's time to organize and incite. It's time to get together and fight. We're invisible sister and it's not safe-not in our homes, not in the streets, not on the job, not in the courts. Where are the out lesbian leaders? It's time for a fierce lesbian movement and that's you: the role model, the vision, the desire. We need you. Because we're not waiting for the rapture. We are the apocalypse. We'll be your dream and their nightmare. New York Lesbian Avenger Manifesto, Summer 1993"
Folder 9: Emigre Graphics, 1985 + 1989Add to your cart.
Picture the Southwest (Photography zine designed by graphic designer Rudy Vanderlans of Emigre Graphics); Positively Palm Tree (artist-in-residence project at visual studies workshop, Rochester/NY), ephemera from Emigre Graphics (e. g. announcing Emigre 11 to be about Macintosh computer)
Folder 10: Expat World, 1991Add to your cart.
Subtitled "The Expatriate's Newsletter", monthly newsletter published ten times yearly in Raffles City/Singapore. Issue vol. 3, No. 5 (May 15, 1991) Introduces the RFA (Report From America), a private informational service for business leaders and key decision makers. Business news, investment recommendations, travel advice. Article on the new U.S. Immigration Act of 1990, law, visas. 24 pages,  8.5.x 11 inches
Folder 11: The Glitterhouse, 1985Add to your cart.
Music zine from Lauenfoede/Germany on garage bands, garage punk, 60s, rockabilly and independent. Album reviews,  Issue 5 on band: The Chesterfield Kings, Vipers, Triffids, The Raymen, Yard Trauma, Great Plains, Lyres, the Feelies. 36 pages, 8 x 11 inches, Language: German
Folder 12: Grim Humour, 1993Add to your cart.
Zine from Herne Bay/Great Britain on alternative/Indie, experimental, rock music, album and single reviews, essays on culture: books, comics, movies, interviews, satire.  Issue Vol. 11/No 3 (Summer 1993) on Cop Shoot Cop, Rake, Con Demek, Daniel P. Mannix, Derek Jarman, Manga, Nick Bougas. 68 pages, 8 x 11.5 inches
Folder 13: Head Veins, 1985Add to your cart.
Music zine from Boise/ID on hardcore, independent, rock. Mostly hand-written, messy layout, graphics, cartoons, artwork. Album, tape and single reviews, other zines recommendations. Issue 4: Bands: Psycho, Wretched, Rhythm Pigs, articel on "Hardcore Women". 26 (stapled) pages, 8.5 x 11 inches
Folder 14: Mutilation Graphics, 1980sAdd to your cart.
Two issues of catalog of vendor Mutilation Graphics in Scrub Oak/NY, catering to punk scene and audience with bizarre sense of humor, selling t-shirts, sweatshirts, card sets, exploitation magazines, gothic jewelry, mondo video tapes etc.. Offering free t-shirts to zine makers in exchange for ad space.
Folder 15: Nineteen Magazine, 1985Add to your cart.
French music magazine from Toulouse/France on folk, rock, garage. Album reviews, band interviews, articles about bands and scenes. Issue 2 (May 1985) on bands Violent Femmes, Playn Jayn, Los Coronados, Nights, Calamites, Long Ryders, Del Fuegos, Pretty Things. Plus Los Angeles club scene, British music scene. 52 pages, 8 x 12 inches. Language: French
Folder 16: No Aarhus, 1986Add to your cart.
Music zine from Mudelstrup/Denmark on punk rock, anarcho-punk. Album, tape reviews, concert reviews, photos, punk music news. Issue 14 ( June/July 1986) On bands: The Instigators, Nancy's Kids, Punk scene in Houston/TX, Brit Punk bands. 22 (stapled) pages, 8 x 11.5 inches. Language: Danish
Folder 17: WHUS 91.7 fm, 1991Add to your cart.
WHUS 91.7 fm, zine of the radio station of the University of Connecticut, Storrs/CT. On student life, campus, avantgarde and independent music music, art. reviews. Essays on wome's rights, native american affairs, social conscience. 32 pages, 8 x 11 inches.
Box 88Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Butt Rag, 1987Add to your cart.
Music zine from Chicago on alternative/indie punk, hardcore, thrash, with ironic self-deprecating writing by the makers. Editor: Peter Magrasak. Band interviews, album reviews (including a section on Jazz), concert reviews, essays. Issue 1#2: On bands Urge Overkill, God's Acre, Phantom Tollbooth, Friends of Betty, Tar Babies. 40 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches
Folder 2: Cancerous Growth Live, 1985Add to your cart.
Issue from July 24th 1985 - Handmade music Zine by, of and about the Boston hardcore-punk band Cancerous Growth. Photos from concert gigs, concert review clippings, concert and party announcements. - Additional material: Zine is accompanied by a hand-written letter by band's drummer Charlie Infection to a Laura. Back of the page: Letter from Charlie's wife Chris to same Laura.
Folder 3: Damage, 1985Add to your cart.
Issue 1 - Handmade, promotional music zine by, of and about the Orlando hardcore/synthpunk band Damage. Intro letter by the band, who was looking for a record label at the time. Added is handwritten note by then lead synth player and manager of Orlando nightclub Club Spacefish, Mike Brown.
Folder 4: Damaged, 1986Add to your cart.

Music zine from Buckhill Falls/PA on alternative/indie punk, hardcore, thrash. Editor: Chris Paul Francz. Mostly hand-written. Band interviews, album reviews, concert reviews, cartoons, drawings of musicians, other zine recommendations, 8-10 pages 8.5 x 11 inches

Issue 2: Cover: Henry Rollins, On band Rites of Spring. Brief political essay: anti-war / anti-Reagan / anti-nuclear weapon

Issue 3: Cover : Charles Manson. On Band: The Offenders. Brief essay on Fanzines as alternative to corporate, commercial magazines promoting consumerism.

Issue 4: Poetry issue on Hurting

Folder 5: Damp, 1987Add to your cart.
Music zine from South Willington/CT on alternative/indie punk, hardcore. Band interviews, album reviews, concert reviews (including a section on Jazz) Editor: Kevin "Bag" Kraynick. Issue 2 on bands: Kramer, Big Dipper, Zoogz Rift, Expando Brain, The Longshoremen, Snakefinger, Byron Coley
Folder 6: Demon Zine, 1986Add to your cart.
Music zine from on alternative/indie punk, hardcore. Articles about bands, band reviews, comics, art, activism, other zines recommendations. Issue 2: On bands Maggot Sandwich, Brutal Assault (from Jacksonville/Florida), Desecration, K.G.B. (from Germany), Synthetic Products, Crude Society System. a  activism call to action for London's The Bust Fund and for punks to protest against nuclear war, pro-peace. 30 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches
Folder 7: Disaster, 1986Add to your cart.
Music zine from Pasadena/MD on underground alternative, punk music, album reviews, concert reviews. Editor: Bill Callaghan. Cartoons, music reviews and band interviews. Issue 2: Band profile Happy Flowers.  6 (stapled) pages. 8.5 x 11.5 inches.
Folder 8: Discorder, 1985Add to your cart.
Zine of the radio station CITR Radio in Vancouver/Canada, based out of the University of British Columbia's Student Union Building in the University Endowment Lands. Promotes alternative music. Album reviews, underground ads or Vancouver scene. Issue August 1985: Cover shows punk/jazz/rockabilly musical band Tupelo Chain Sex. Inside: Mutabaruka. 24 pages, 8 x 10.5 inches
Folder 9: The Eleven thirty-four, 1986Add to your cart.
Fanzine from Stillwater/OK on the punk band NTSK. Album reviews, concert reports and photos. Issue 2 (Mar./Apr. 1986): Cover drawing mimics Iwo Jima Memorial. 8 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches
Folder 10: end times, 1986Add to your cart.
Zine from Boulder/CO on punk rock and hardcore music. Essays, interviews, concert reviews. Issue 9: Interview with Allen Ginsberg, the band Angst. 20 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches
Folder 11: Factsheet FiveAdd to your cart.
Issue 24. Zine about zines, from Rensselaer/AZ, Editor: Mike Gunderloy. Subjects are zines, reference, and review, plus reviews on vinyl albums and books, comic art. 70 pages, 8 x 11 inches
Folder 12: Gray Matter, 1987Add to your cart.
Music zine from Flower Mound/TX on metal, hardcore, hard rock, underground. Editor: Chris Orloski. Band interviews, album reviews, zine recommendations, music forum, social involvement. Issue 4: On bands Faith No More, Exodus, Youth of Today, Angkor Wat, Nuclear Assault. Full-page ad by organisation Sane/Freeze about the Nicaragua Contra controversy. 56 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches.
Folder 13: Hands Up!, 1984Add to your cart.
Music zine from Austin/TX on metal, hardcore, hard rock, underground. Editor: Nick Orum. Band interviews, concert and album reviews, comic, anti-Reagan, anti Christian conversatism. Issue 4: On bands Ill Repute, Cause For Alarm, Offenders, Dead Kennedys. 20 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 inches.
Folder 14: Hard Times, 1985Add to your cart.
Music zine from Maywood/NJ on folk, punk, alternative, experimental rock. Editors: Amy Beth Yates, Ron Gregorio. Band interviews, album reviews, social involvement. Issue 5: On bands Violent Femmes, Flipper, Butthole Surfers. Plus piece about Christian religion: Reagan administration's supporting organized prayer in public schools. 14 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches
Folder 15: The Irony of Democracy, 1985Add to your cart.
Zine from Des Moines/IA on music, social involvement, anti-capitalism, pro-peace and politics (democratic socialism) and the politics of the Green Party in West Germany. Issue 4: Interview with the band The Effigies, reviws on Jazz (Wynton Marsalis, Thelonious Monk), Offenders, articles on school politics, Greenpeace, the Bhopal disaster,
Folder 16: Live Squid, 1985Add to your cart.
Zine from Charlottesville/VA on music, poetry, culture, nihilism. Concert reviews, band interviews. Issue 6 (Fall 1985) on bands: Zeitgeist, Subjekt to Change, Rude Buddha, Landlords, 98 Colours.
Folder 17: One Solution, 1985Add to your cart.
Music zine from Toronto/Canada on heavy, thrash, hardcore, punk, crossover metal, band interviews, album reviews, concert reviews, zine recommendations. Editor: Morgan Gerard. Issue 6: On bands DOA, Sacrifice, 7 Seconds, S.N.F.U., Necros, Corrosion of Conformity, Down Syndrome. 20 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches
Folder 18: Sorte Engle / Sct. Peters Rose, 1987Add to your cart.
Cooperation by the makers of the zines "Sct. Peters Engle" (Editors: Marie Molin, Svenne Jepsen) and "Sorte Rose" (Editor: Jakob ?) from Denmark. Music, album and concert reviews, band interviews, book recommendations. Issue 57 (July 1987) On band Negazione, Dischord, OHM, Kafka Process, So Much Hate, Die For God, Cholera. Art & Poem "Do I Live?" by Bruno on nuclear reactor catastrophes of Chernobyl and Three Mile Island. 32 pages, 6 x 8 inches. Language: Mostly English
Folder 19: Victims Family - Bayou Pigs, 1991Add to your cart.
Flyer for concerts of the Texan punk band Bayou Pigs.
Folder 20: TAP, 1976Add to your cart.
Pamphlet promoting underground/anarchist ideas and civil resistance and disobediance, esaays and cultural references. Issue 33 (Feb.-Mar. 1976) Essays by "Mr. Phelps" on how to avoid taxes, operate illegal extension phones and answering machines.
Box 89: Green Zine Contest 2017Add to your cart.
Contributions to the Green Zine Contest at the Zine Fair 2017 in Miami, Florida.
Folder 1: a guide to being an ethical consumer, 2017Add to your cart.
Zine by Amanda Turner, Audrey Ballarin, Phaedra Mladenovic. Subjects are environment, consumerism, ethical shopping, social injustice, animal testing for the beauty industry, workers exploitation in developing countries, activism, call for boycott.  - Green Zine Contest 2017, 5.5 x 8 inches, 14 pages
Folder 2: Boucher's House, 2017Add to your cart.
Comic Zine by Drew Lerman about old man "Boucher", who married a much younger trophy wife, can't live up to her expectations and is afraid she will change his house before he's even dead. Subjects are aging, society, social conventions. -  Green Zine Contest 2017. 8 x 10.5 inches, 16 pages
Folder 3: Earth First! Journal - The Journal of Ecological Resistance, 2017Add to your cart.
Leftist zine from Lake Worth, FL. associated with Earth First! Movement, about organized environmentalism, ecodefense, activism, protest, resistance, anti-fascism. Topics are oil pipelines in several US states, Hambach forest defenders in Germany, Standing Rock etc. Essays, poetry, reports from events. -  Green Zine Contest 2017, 8 x 10.5 inches, 74 pages
Folder 4: Environmental Conservation, 2017Add to your cart.
Zine by Isaiah Valcin, Georgette De los Reyes, Giovaria Rojas-Reyes on environmentalism. Recurring subject is the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in art, essays, poetry and creative writing (short story).  Green Zine Contest 2017, 8 x 10.5 inches, 12 pages
Folder 5: escape, 2017Add to your cart.
Full title "escape* - restrictions apply" Zine from Miami, Fl. by Tom Virgin, published by the Knight Foundation funded Extra Virgin Press. Subjects are environment, Miami issues like poverty, traffic, social injustice. Essay with drawings of landmarks and maps about a road trip into the keys to "escape" Miami.  Green Zine Contest 2017, 8 x 10.5 inches, 14 pages
Folder 6: Everglades 2017, 2017Add to your cart.
Zine by R. Beans from Miami, Fl. about the Everglades and mankinds push into nature and wildlife territory. Environment, nature, flora & fauna. Sculls and animals depicted. Graphic art, photography, maps. Issue 11 / 51. -  Green Zine Contest 2017, 5.5 x 8.5. inches, 20 pages
Folder 7: Existence is Resistance, 2017Add to your cart.
Subtitle: "Palestinian Art as a Tool of Liberation". Zine by Kefira Baron, inspired by Ghassan Kanafi's "The Land of the Sad Oranges". Topic is the Uhuru Solidarity Movement. Essay and illustrations on Palestinian resistance against Israel. Identity, resistance, education., politics, history.  Green Zine Contest 2017, 5.5 x 8.5 inches, 42 pages
Folder 8: HOAXed, 2017Add to your cart.
Zine by Sofia Dotta. Photography of nature elements and details of human's destructive footprint. Designed and printed in leporello format. Wrapped in clear plastic bag with dried flowers. Subject: environment, nature, Earth. - Green Zine Contest 2017, 5.5 x 8 inches, 22 pages
Folder 9: Human Footprint, 2017Add to your cart.
Zine by Sophie Shrem and Alexis Fried, students at the Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High School. Subjects are: The environment, global warming, deforestation, fur industry, exploitation of animals, animal testing, plastic pollution, wildlife poaching, Winner of the "Green Zine Contest 2017". Leporello design, collages of people/humans in fashion clothing, with animal heads. Choice of animals fitting the environmental topic. 10 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 inches
Folder 10: I Speak For the Trees For the Trees Have No Tongue, 2017Add to your cart.
Zine by Zuly Blanco and Arianna Navarro. Collages and interview statements on environmental subjects: The environment, pollution, global warming, deforestation, fur industry, exploitation of animals, animal testing, plastic pollution, wildlife poaching, human footprint, movie recommendations with environmental context to teach future generations. - Green Zine Contest 2017, 24 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches
Folder 11: If We're Going to Save the Planet..., 2017Add to your cart.
Zine by Melissa Santaya and Natalia Avila. Ransom Notes-style, photography collages on enviromental issues. Subjects are The environment, global warming, exploitation of animals, animal testing, pollution, pro-natural farming. Short texts about celebrities involved in enviromental activism and call to action. - Green Zine Contest 2017, 18 pages, 5 x 8 inches
Folder 12: J'AI DIT, 2017Add to your cart.
Zine by artist Amanda Keeley, made at the Vizcaya Zine Workshop at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. Poerty and art collage. - Green Zine Contest 2017, 8 pages, 5.5 x 8 inches.
Folder 13: London 2016, n. d.Add to your cart.
Photography zine by Ana Parra. Daily life and street photography taken in London. - Green Zine Contest 2017, 20 pages, 8 x 8 inches
Folder 14: Mich Selber, 2016/2017Add to your cart.
Zine by Andrea Saavedra. (Title translation: "Myself") Famous quotes by Gandhi and Eleanor Roosevelt et al. alternating with sketches and drawing of female and male bodies. Fantasy, mythology characters. - Green Zine Contest 2017, 24 pages, 5.5 x 8 inches
Folder 15: Milk Debt, 2017Add to your cart.
Comic Zine by Drew Lerman inspired by the book "Debt: The First 5000 years", by David Graeber. The comic is about kids, the main character Leonard, and the corruption by money. Satire, humor. - Green Zine Contest 2017, 20 pages, 8 x 11 inches
Folder 16: The Plantain - Read This While You Poop, 2017Add to your cart.
Vol. 1 of the zine associatied with the satirical Miami website "The Plantain" (mimicking the popular national site "The Onion"). Subjects are gentrification, ethnic development of Miami et el. - Green Zine Contest 2017, 20 pages, 5.5 x 11 inches
Folder 17: Ronney.org, 2017Add to your cart.
Not really a zine but postcard in an enevolope. Graphic art, hand-painted card, colors (probably) symbolizing water and waves. - Green Zine Contest 2017
Folder 18: Time to Eat School Lunch, 2017Add to your cart.
Photography zine by Johny Cohen. Cover: Photos of seagulls outdoors (pavement or parking lot) with tray of a school lunch on the ground. Plan view images of trays of school lunches. Uniform photo set up again black background. Nature, nutrition, trash, environment. - Green Zine Contest 2017, 10 pages, 5.5 x 8 inches
Folder 19: Shake, 2017Add to your cart.
Zine by Jessica Perez in rough and heavy handmade paper. Pressed title and writing. Verses and dried flower inside. Triptych design. Text is about choosing to let life slow down and appreciate nature. - Green Zine Contest 2017 recipient of Honorable Mention, 4 x 5.5. inches, 6 pages
Folder 20: We Fooled You, 2017Add to your cart.
Zine by Roach King & Pseudo. Collages of images of clowns, cute dogs and insects. Essay on alcoholism. Subject is (probably) anti-consumerism and anti-social attitude. Rejection of society's conventions, satire, irony, dry humor. - Green Zine Contest 2017, 8 pages, 5.5 x 8 inches
Folder 21: Welcome 2 Miami 2100, 2017Add to your cart.
Zine by Sam Hafferty and Balthazar Cordova. Photographs and ironic copy against climate change, in tone of advertizing brochures for Miami as travel destination after the rising sea-level has swallowed it. References to idle politics (Gov. Rick Scott, photo collage shows him wearing goggles), consumerism, the EPA. - Green Zine Contest 2017, 8 pages, 5.5 x 8 inches
Folder 22: Yarua, 2014Add to your cart.
Photography zine from Caracas, Venezuela by Cesar Rodriguez. Nude photographs of woman, printed on neon pink paper. - Green Zine Contest 2017, 12 pages, 5 x 8 inches
Folder 23: Zine to Think - The Green Zine Project, 2017Add to your cart.
Zine by artist Sandra March, made from 100% recyled materials. Little collage booklet in a burlap pouch. Hand-stitched and handmade with ransom notes, from packaging materials. This is a single zine, the “Zine to Think”, the first one of the “Green Zine Project”. The goal is to spread its message and making it multiple with the collaboration of people, by making a copie of this zine, all unique, all different, and all made with recycled materials. The goal of the “Green Zine Project” is to generate a creation and exchange network, so if you have this zine in your hands or if you see it, make your own version with recycled materials, keeping the same sentence and adding your personal touch: “The greenest isn’t who recycles the most, but who consumes the least”. (quoted from Perdita Metabuk blog site.) - Green Zine Contest 2017 recipient of Honorable Mention, 18 pages, 6.5 x 3.5 inches
Box 90Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Adirondak Amtrak 69, 2017Add to your cart.
Photography zine by Chris Moody from Maine. (Edition of 7) Artist describes it like "documents a foggy trip taken on the train from New York to Montreal and all the big goosebumps along the way." Self-printed in landscape format all in refurbished ink on pages from a legal pad, small and partly underexposed images taken in Texas Hill Country, 24 pages, 8.5 x 5.5 inches.
Folder 2: All That, 1996Add to your cart.
Issue #8 (Februar/March) 1996 of music zine from New York. EditorL Jeff Thies. On Punk Hardcore, Thrash, Heavy Metal, Goth. Band interviews, album reviews, concert reviews. Bands: Killing Time, Mortis, NOFX, Samael, Daytripper, Kepone, John Joseph, Group Home, Napalm Death. 82 pages, 8 x 10.5 inches
Folder 3: Artists Space New York, 1995Add to your cart.
Issue No. 1 / Volume 2 (September/October) 1995. Editors: Denise Fasanello, Austin Thomas. Newspaper-style zine of/about alternative, non-profit art space and gallery "Artists Space" in New York City. Among board members at the time were artists Roy Lichtenstein and Cindy Sherman. Artist interviews and essays about exhibits. 8 pages 11.5 x 15.5 inches
Folder 4: Black Seed, 2015Add to your cart.
Subtitled "A Green Anarchist Journal". Issue 3 (Spring 2015) of bi-annual newspaper-style zine from Grand Rapids, MI about environmental, green activism and anarchism. Nature, environment, environmentalism, Interviews and essays. "In the midst of a cacophony of headlines and empty chatter, we present Black Seed Issue #3. We are a printed green anarchist publication, aiming to step outside of internet-based dialogue and facilitate more thoughtful conversations. We want to add our voices to the choir that has been singing against the mega-machine since time immemorial." (quote from the publication's website http://blackseed.anarchyplanet.org) 32 pages, 12 x 17 inches
Folder 5: Brisk Walk, 2004Add to your cart.
Issues 1, 2, 3. Zine from Miami & Sarasota, FL. Punk, social topics, politics. 38 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 inches
Folder 6: Broken ToesAdd to your cart.
Issue 1, Zine from Ft. Myers, FL, Poetry, photography. 18 pages, 4.5 x 5.5. inches
Folder 7: Candy Mountain, 2017Add to your cart.
Photography zine by Chris Moody from Maine. (edition of 27) The artists calles it "a vivid dream captured on one roll of film while wandering around the mystical mountains, valleys, and canyons.". Self-printed in landscape format all in refurbished ink, images taken in Texas Hill Country, 24 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 inches
Folder 8: Dereliction - Case Max, n. d.Add to your cart.
Zine of illustrations by Case Max. Dedicated to all that is Art Nouveau. Fantastic, horror and dreamy illustrations. All artwork created during the years of 2008 B.C. to 2012 A.D..
Folder 9: El Laberinto, 2000Add to your cart.
Periodico del Centro Cultural Borges. Newspaper-style art zine from the Brazilian cultural center Borges (CCB) in Buenos Aires. Articles on Giorgio De Chirico, Astor Piazzola et al. 12 pages, 11.5 x 17 inches
Folder 10: Fire to the Prisons, 2015Add to your cart.
Subtitled: A Periodical of Frustration", Issue 12. Newspaper-style Prison zine about support for prisoners, protest, social issues like gentrification, repression, discimination, anti-police violence, gun laws, resistance, Black Lives Matter, Syria, Middle East. Essays, photography, 11.5 x 18 inches, 35 pages
Folder 11: How to Fight Back, 2017Add to your cart.
Political zine by groups protesting against the election of Donald Trump als President of the United States. Published by Shadow Press. Art by WorldWar 3 Illustrated and art students at SVA. Text (mostly) written by Seth Tobocman. Topics: Misogyny, facism, climate change, anti-abortion, women's rights, racism etc. Art, illustrations, cartoons of Donald Trump. By artists like Peter Kuper, Anje Lora, Stephanie J. Kim, Taylor Holligsworth et al. 11.5.x 18 inches, 16 pages
Folder 12: Madhouse, 1996Add to your cart.
Issue # 72 of Punk, heavy metal, hardcore magazine from Argentina. Editor: Cesar Fuentes Rodriguez. Band interviews, album reviews, concert reviews. Marilyn Manson on cover. About bands: Sputura, Danzig, Manowar, Sex Pistols, Cypress Hill, Spacehog, Steve Vai.
Folder 13: Pablo Posters, 1997Add to your cart.
Poster zine from T.R.D. industrial in Champaign, IL.Catalog of PABLO artwork and order shop. 12 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 inches
Folder 14: Prisoners Have Mothers, Too, 2017Add to your cart.
Zine by Exchange For Change, made for Zine Fair 2017, compilation of writings and poems for Mother's Day 2017. Exchange For Change teaches writing in prisons and runs letter exchanges between incarcerated students and writers studying on the outside. www.exchange-for-change.org. 36 pages, 4.4 x 8.5 inches
Folder 15: Punk Is Dead, 2008Add to your cart.
Zine accompanied the exhibition "Kill Your Idols", presented at Art Basel 2008. Photos by Eileen Polk, curated by Bryan Ray Turcotte. On musicians: The Misfits, Sid Vicious (and Nancy), Dead Boys, Johnny Thunders, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Richard Hell, The Clash, Ramones, Devo. Professional publication. 40 pages, 9 x 12 inches
Folder 16: Riotous Assembly, 1996Add to your cart.
Issue # 1, Newspaper-like zine from Boulder, CO of radical left movements. Black Bloc, autonomous, anti-government, anarchist, anarchy, essays, cartoon, punk music, album reviews. 11.5 x 18 inches, 9 pages
Folder 17: Sound Views, 1996Add to your cart.

Subtitle: Subterranean Music & Culture. Music zine from Brooklyn. Editor: Lee Greenfield. Independent, punk, underground music. Band interviews, album and concert reviews. 8.5 x 11 inches, 48 pages

Issue # 39 - Shake Appeal, FF, Lifetime, Inspector 7, Girls against Boys, Shirley Temple of Doom

Issue # 40 - The Templats, Devoid of Faith, Merauder, The Second Day, Jim Costanzo, Monster X

Folder 18: Thorozine, 1992Add to your cart.

Music zine from Seattle, WA. Editor: Mark Mendez. Heavy Metal, Punk, Death Metal. Issue # 4. About Bands Skrew, North American Bison, Old, Godflesh, Paradise Lost, The Dobermans.

Also Comics, cartoons, art. Declaration of the Washington Music Industry Coalition (WMIC), lawsuit against state of Washington.

Folder 19: To Our Friends - The Invisible Committee, 2015Add to your cart.

Newspaper-like political zine, translated by Robert Hurley. "To Our Friends is a report on the state of the world and of the movement, a piece of writing that’s essentially strategic and openly partisan. Its political ambition is immodest: to produce a shared understanding of the epoch, in spite of the extreme confusion of the present." (from https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/our-friends)

The "Invisible Committee" is a collective and annonymous pen name.

Folder 20: Total Trash, 2016Add to your cart.
Comic zine from Bradenton, FL by artist and author Jen Sandwich. http://jensandwich.squarespace.com/ Issue # 8 Cartoon of rabbits.  "In this adventure, I have extreme anxiety while traveling to Ohio! So fun!! But then I get to where I'm going and I eat a turtle and cry about a dead person and get lost in a book store and try to learn how to read tarot cards. B&W, 22 pages, 8.5x7" (from artist's website http://jensandwich.squarespace.com/)
Folder 21: X-Tra, 2003Add to your cart.
Quarterly magazine from Los Angeles, CA by Project X Foundation for Art and Criticism. Vol. 5, No. 4 about artists Jack Goldstein, Patty Chang, "Comic by Wimmen" (essay on Ladyfest Los Angeles) Exhibition reviews, artist interviews, essays. 8.5 x 11 inches, 38 pages
Folder 22: #Fomozine, 2014Add to your cart.
Comic zine by Emily Moreohs & Juli Jumprope. "Do you experience FOMO?? Split zine with Juli Jump Rope featuring ways to break up with your #fomo, #fomo holidays, 30-something #fomo, a super slick centerfold flow chart, and references to Friday Night Lights"" (from Squareup https://squareup.com/store/moreohs-small-press/item/fomozine)
Box 91: Zine Fair 2017Add to your cart.
Folder 1: A Friend Is A Gift You Give Yourself, 2017Add to your cart.
Zine by Ana Parra. Poetry and photography, melancholy, social connections or lack of, communication. Black/white, 3.5 x 4.5 inches, 8 pages
Folder 2: A Guide to Being An Ethical Consumer, 2017Add to your cart.
Zine by Amanda Turner, Audrey Ballarin, Phaedra Mladenovic. Photography from media and short texts on social and enviromental issues, anti-cosumerism. Human cost of cheap clothing industry, labor exploitation and slavery, animal testing for cosmetics. Shopping guide for "right" and "wrong" brands. 5.5 x 8.5 inches, 14 pages
Folder 3: A Piece of Mind, 2016 & 2017Add to your cart.
Zine by Anthony D.. Handwritten poems, poetry about personal experiences, life in a work place environment, drug use, veganism. Inlay of b/w photograph of a nun in nature, with back to camera. Ingognito. 5.5 x 8.5 inches, 20 pages
Folder 4: Art Detectives, 2017Add to your cart.

Zines by several young artists. Same format, different content: Art, collages and brief texts combined into small booklets. Subjects are: Race, racism, Black Lives Matter, police brutality, life in communities. 5.5 x 4 inches, 24 pages

"A new arts education program that promotes critical and timely dialogue between community youth and police. Through this innovative program, PAMM teaching artists, members of The Links, Inc., Greater Miami (FL) Chapter,Miami-Dade County Police students and Americorps volunteers from Breakthrough Miami work together to build relationships using art as a catalyst." (quote from PAMM website)

Folder 5: Awvenchura Girl and Other Sill'ness, 2015Add to your cart.
Comic zine by Drew Lerman. Jewish humor, family, community. Five different short comics in landscape format. "Ruthie Sends A Porno", "Wolfsheim in Sheep's Clothing", "Mackt Maght!", "A Walk Thru Park Slope", "Friends". 5.5. x 8.5 inches, 20 pages
Folder 6: Bakery, The, 2016Add to your cart.
Zine by Panadero. Issue #2 (No. 19 out of 20) Photography, drawing, graffiti art, text. About childhood, age, memories. Inlay b/w photograph of woman on a sofa in nature. Incognito. 5 x 8 inches, 20 pages
Folder 7: Bottomless Pit, n. d.Add to your cart.
Zine by Sam Hafferty/Woke Inc.. Photography, close-ups of sweaty armpits. Subtitled "Capitalists want to sell you deodorant", statement about consumerism, shopping and manipulation. 5.5 x 8.5 inches, 8 pages
Folder 8: Butterfly Effect Zine, the, n. d.Add to your cart.

Zine by Kimberly Capron Gonzalez. Text & illustrations.

Volume 1: Thieves + Liars. Stories about real things that probably happened. Hand-written story of young woman who commutes to work without car but by public transportation. Gets a bike for part of her way. Bike gets stolen and and found again. Theme: Miami public transport, traffic, safety, justice. 5.5 x 8.5 inches, 16 pages

Folder 9: Celebrate Your Home, Planet Earth!, n. d.Add to your cart.
Zine by jrayflor (Jessi & Ray) Environmental zine about carbon footprint, saving and improving nature. Save Our Planet, hand-written and sketched. 5x7 inches, 10 pages
Folder 10: Classified, n. d.Add to your cart.
Zine by artist Marisabel Lavastida (@marlava88). Graphic zine, collageart, collages of images from science, politics, history. Printed on heavy paper, hand-sewn spine. 5.5 x 8.5 inches,12 pages
Folder 11: Conscience Nonesense, n. d.Add to your cart.
Vol. 1 Gibberish Turned Art. Zine by Anthony Diaz. Hand-written texts and sketches. Text segments and passages borrowed from other literary zines arranged to make new sense. 5.5 x 8.5 inches 10 pages
Folder 12: Cryptic Drift, 2016Add to your cart.
Zine by Kirsten Hayley. Small graphic comic-style zine unfolds into a logo "Work Work Work Cry". Sketched zine of bouquet of flowers withering in an room without light. 4 x 5.5 inches, 8 pages
Folder 13: Dead Cool, 2017Add to your cart.
Zine by Daniel Gorostiaga (Marginal Man Works). Handmade book, linocut and foam printed with letter stamp additions, handstitched. Graphic design. All-seeing eye. Edition 12. Numbered. (this is number 8) 6 x 9 inches, 8 pages
Folder 14: Down-Low On DIY, The, n. d.Add to your cart.
Zine by Kiberly Capron Gonzalez. Collages, graphics and writings about different forms of Do-It-Yourself like zine making, knitting, tattoo, gardening. Add-On: Discourse about Dada art and techniques. Kari Smith Guerilla Art Kit (collection of ideas, how-to guides, guerilla art and action etc.) Visual art, subculture, DIY ethics. 5.5 x 8.5 inches, 34 pages
Folder 15: Drowning World, n. d.Add to your cart.
Zine by artist Marisabel Lavastida (@marlava88). Graphic, collageart, collages of images from science, politics, history. General topic is environment, rising sea levels and "running out of time". Printed on heavy paper, hand-sewn spine. 5.5 x 8.5 inches,14 pages
Folder 16: Dumpster Daddies, n. d.Add to your cart.
Zine by Bocadito dos Boconas (@boconasmia). Drawings and text about men and women and relationships. Face of rapper Snoop Dog drawn in several variations. 4 x 5 inches, 8 pages
Folder 17: Everglades, 2017Add to your cart.
Zine by R. Beans from Miami, Fl. about the Everglades and mankinds push into nature and wildlife territory. Environment, nature, flora & fauna. Sculls and animals depicted. Graphic art, photography, maps. Issue 10 / 51.  5.5 x 8.5. inches, 20 pages
Folder 18: Every Day Thoughts Illustrated, 2017Add to your cart.
Zine by Francis Marquez. Illustrations, drawings and short texts on the human condition. Sexism, food, escapism, consumerism, happiness. 5.5 x 8.5 inches. 20 pages
Folder 19: Existential Friends, n. d.Add to your cart.
Zine by Instagramers @yeswe_khan and @tamiltamarin. Photographs of 4 friends in Kansas in 1996 with comments. Friendship among young men. 16 pages 4 x 5.5 inches
Folder 20: Film World Desert, 2016Add to your cart.
No 3 of Zine by Mitchell Goodrich self-published as Get Lost Press. Comic and movie story board zine. Graphics and illustrations. Includes "Maquette for a Horror Picture" storyboards-style drawings. 5 x 7 inches, 28 pages
Folder 21: Fragmentation, 2017Add to your cart.
Zine is a collaboration of the Analog Sunshine Recorders and Kasey Lou Lindley. Analog photography with plastic and vintage film cameras by artists, who visited the Lyon Arboretum in Manoa Valley in conjunction with the Honolulu Muaeum of Art's Artists of Hawaii. The films were then processed, scanned and digitally imported for Lindley to manipulate in postproduction software. Collages, manipulated and rearranged photographs of nature, trees, plants, fauna. 5.5 x 8 inches, 20 pages
Folder 22: Hi There! - Do You Have A Moment to Talk About Capitalism?, n. d.Add to your cart.
Zine by Sam Hafferty/Woke Inc.. Photography, altered images of products and items related to money and spending, framed in octagon shapes - resembling a STOP sign. Subject is consumerism, capitalism and manipulation and that happiness through money is an illusion. 5.5 x 8.5 inches, 8 pages
Folder 23: Holistic, n. d.Add to your cart.
Zine by Ataiya Khan and Jessica Perez. Essay, prose text with illustrations. Woman musing about loneliness, relationships, alienation, isolation, human contact or lack of. 5.5 x 8 inches, 8 pages
Folder 24: How Bout Dat?, n.d.Add to your cart.
Subtitle: A Collection of Concepts by D. B. Myster (Myster Craig). Zine of prose and lyrics about self-awareness, relationships, love and sex. Includes CD "It's Fine" by MysterCraig.com. 5.5. x 8 inches, 24 pages
Folder 25: i invented myself, n. d.Add to your cart.
Zine by ? Colorful zine of shapes and statements about evanesence and the need for obscurity. Backcover: Singer Charlie Hilton and part of a song's lyrics. 5 x 6 inches, 12 pages
Folder 26: I Procrastinated, n. d.Add to your cart.
Zine by Goochsoup. Full cover title: "I procrastinated and managed my time poorly so I couldn't make a proper zine 4 Miami Zine Fair. So here's my new cheap mini photozine that I made at 4 am today" ZINE. Photography of daily life, street photography. 3.5 x 4.5 inches, 8 pages
Folder 27: Intrusive Thoughts, n. d.Add to your cart.
Miami Zine by Jeffrey Becar and Rodrigo Tavara. Contemplative texts and short notes about emotions, existence and irrationality, accompanied by illustrations and drawings. 5.5 x 8 inches, 20 pages
Folder 28: Let's Do Your Wash With the Soap Nuts, n. d.Add to your cart.
Mini Zine by Kimberly Capron Gonzalez. Texts and illustrations about soap nuts as the most sustainable cleaning product in the market. Tips about laundry, washing, cleaning with "Soap Nuts". 5.5 x 7 inches. 8 pages
Folder 29: Lil Headaches and LosersAdd to your cart.
Zine by Bocadito dos Boconas (@boconasmia). Drawings and text about men and women and relationships. 4 x 5 inches, 8 pages
Folder 30: Mi Libertad, n. d.Add to your cart.
Zine by Kristy Elviro. Collages and newspaper clips and hand-written notes about Cuba, the Fidel Castro regime, politics and freedom. Language: Spanish. 4.5 x 6 inches, 8 pages
Folder 31: Mi ShebeyraAdd to your cart.
Zine by Sara Kaplan. Poems and musings of a person suffering from Bipolar 2 Disorder and Panic Disorder. Subjects are anxiety, loneliness, depression, fear. Title refers to Mi Shebeyra, a prayer for strength and healing. Text and photographs, Prayer in English and Hebrew. 5.5 x 8 inches, 28 pages
Folder 32: Modern Dance, 2017Add to your cart.

Zine by Daniel Gorostiaga (Marginal Man Works).

Black cover. Handmade book. Foam printed onto folded paper with letter stamp additions. Graphic design, snake and skull. Edition of 6. Numbered. (this is number 3) 6 x 9 inches, 4 pages

Grey cover. Handmade book.Foam printed onto folded paper with letter stamp additions. Graphic design, snake and skull. Edition of 18. Numbered. (this is number 9) 6 x 9 inches, 4 pages

Folder 33: Monochrophilia - Erotic Landscapes, n. d.Add to your cart.
Zine by Lysette Almeida. Issue No. 1. Black and white drawings of Chinese Erotic Art. Explicit sex depiction. Leporello folded. 3 x 4 inches, 6 pages.
Folder 34: My Brother Summoned All the Shapes, 2017Add to your cart.
Comic zine by Drew Lerman. Subversive humor, family. Comic about a recluse kid with special skills. Pythagorean Cult, math. 4.5. x 5.5 inches, 8 pages
Folder 35: Neon Catalog, 2016Add to your cart.

Comic zine by Drew Lerman. No. 1: "Halloween Party"

Subversiive humor, family, community. Two different comics  "Egged On Halloween", "The Asssassin". Short comic depicting Donald Trump on backcover. 5.5. x 8.5 inches, 36 pages

Folder 36: On the Backside of Beauty, n. d.Add to your cart.
Zine by Sara Kaplan (text) and Natalie Guillen (photography). Poems and photos. Subjects are anxiety, loneliness, depression, fear. 5.5 x 8 inches, 28 pages
Folder 37: Passive ObservationsAdd to your cart.
Zine by Sara Kaplan (text) and Natalie Guillen (photography). Poems and photos. Subjects are anxiety, loneliness, depression, fear. 5.5 x 8 inches, 28 pages
Folder 38: Provinces In Spain, The, 2017Add to your cart.
Zine by Kat Guevara made at the Vizcaya Zine Workshop at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. Poerty and art collage and pop-up 3D elements (including a sundial) about Vizcaya and its gardens. 5.5 x 8.5 inches, 20 pages
Folder 39: Random Avenues, n. d.Add to your cart.
Zine by Sara Kaplan. Poems about anxiety, loneliness, depression, fear, femininity.  5.5 x 8 inches, 28 pages
Folder 40: Raw, n. d.Add to your cart.
Zine by Juan Carlos Besares. No. 75 from an edition of 100. Subtitled "Drive-by Shooting MIA" Night photography, photos of unfocussed (not sharp) scenes of Miami traffic - streets, cars, trucks, buildings photographed in motion. Photo print supplement. 5.5 x 8.5 inches, 32 pages
Box 92Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Contaminated Infos, 1996Add to your cart.
Greek music zine in cyrillic on heavy metal, underground & punk. Plain without any photos. Album reviews and underground press and zines recommendations.  5.5. x 8.5 inches, 8 pages

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