Zines, pamphlets, art comics, chap books etc

luka

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you didn't because you thought if you gave me your address i'd come and 'meet you'
 

catalog

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Current zines available:

1. Smog - writing about Smog, Fog, Smoke, Manchester, The White Hotel and Dean Blunt
2. Prisoner of Genet - extracts from 'Prisoner of Love' by Jean Genet

£5 each including p&p or will do a swap
 

catalog

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i read 'the exploited' by simon morris, it's not that memorable, it's like one chapter as a teenage heroin head girl in blackpool, another with a woman in america, you're them, there is one very good transcendent chapter tho.
 

catalog

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hah - it's a novella zine woops! i lovingly make it to order for people using my own printer and staples
 

catalog

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simon morris' 'consumer guide arrived the other day and it's a good read. I like the format - reviewing various items (books, records, films) but then it gets more offbeat, with reviews of fast food restaurants and there's also a section on relationships. Good stuff, good idea for a format.

And ALAP has arrived gratis via a local contact in the no audience underground - can't wait to get my teeth into it.
 

suspended

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Matthew 'wulfboy' Connor. Anyone read him? Dean blunt used to read a line from one of his stories as part of his stage show: 'i used to do drugs. I still do, but I used to, too...'

I think that's a Mitch Hedberg line, unless he ripped it from wulfboy
 

catalog

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Yeah total bastard shipping rates I know. But if you do wanna swap, I'm happy to do that, might just have a printing issue (final file is at my work and I've not been in for ages, so don't have access to it just at moment)
 

john eden

male pale and stale
simon morris' 'consumer guide arrived the other day and it's a good read. I like the format - reviewing various items (books, records, films) but then it gets more offbeat, with reviews of fast food restaurants and there's also a section on relationships. Good stuff, good idea for a format.

And ALAP has arrived gratis via a local contact in the no audience underground - can't wait to get my teeth into it.

That is a good haul!
 

catalog

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There's a good bit in the consumer guide where he talks about how shit he thinks the stone roses are, I'll find it for thirdform and luka, it's a very similar opinion to theirs so they can bask in their taste being corroborated
 

catalog

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From the 'throwing shade' chapter:

"THE STONE ROSES - ultra-dated sounds, ignorance and dire stupidity marketed as attitude, a handful of overplayed mediocre songs with back of a beer-mat lyrics."
 

catalog

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Found out about this French guy Mehdi Hercberg last night while googling about. Very much up my street.

Reminiscent of Paper Rad / Fort Thunder esp. Mat Brinkman.

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Nice and lo fi website: http://www.shoboshobo.com/

Loads of (out of print) zines: http://grogore.free.fr/books/ he uses a weird time warp type copier, the Ditto, which has a built in short run - only 40 or so copies possible https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spirit_duplicator
 

catalog

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The Cameron Jamie zine he's done on that printer looks really good. Like risograph but even more lo fi and with a sort of greasy/shiny feel cos of the ethanol and wax in the print.

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Out of print at source, where I think he was charging 10 euros, but available at a slight mark up (350 euros) at this bookshop

 
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