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New Zines For April 2012

Posted by Matthew Moyer on April 28, 2012

New zines for April! Check out the the local goodness: All Your Friends Are Here, the first issue of Movement ever, These Are The Quotes From Our Favorite Christmas Films, and the new issue of 904 Pinball Zine!

All Your Friends Are Here. Vol. 1
Clutch. Vol. 19
Gutterslug. Vol. 2
How And Why: A Do It Yourself Guide.
How To Rock And Roll: A City Rider’s Repair Manual.
Miss Sequential. Vol. 3
Movement Aagazine. Vol. 1.1
Never Kneel. Vol. 2
904 Pinball Zine. Vol. 2
No More Coffee. Vol. 3: Stories, Etc.
Omitted. Vol. 1: Muses & Bruises.
The People I Love Best. Vol. 3
Play: A Trees And Hills Anthology.
Proof I Exist. Vol. 12
Q For Treason. Vol. 12
Show Me The Money. Vol. 32
A Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Life. Vol. 1
A Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very bad Life. Vol. 2
These Are The Quotes From Our Favorite Christmas Films.
You Don’t Get There From Here. Vol. 15

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(Micro) Zine Of The Week: Cryptic Slaughter Vol. 25

Posted by Matthew Moyer on April 25, 2012

Cryptic Slaughter Vol. 25
by Giovanni

Giovanni picks up his pen again for the first new issue of CS in five
years. We find him in Syria and then Turkey, reminiscing on what got
him started writing as a teenage punk, in between razro-sharp
vignettes and observations of his travels.

Find Cryptic Slaughter at your library.

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(Micro) Zine Of The Week: Peops Vol. 6

Posted by Matthew Moyer on March 31, 2012

Peops Vol. 6
by fly

You’re in NYC, running into all of these amazing people, what do you do to remember these meetings? Instead of taking photographs, fly drew pictures, and Peops collects them. Included in this one is Nick Zedd, Sophie Crumb, and Hettie Jones.

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New Zines For March 2012

Posted by Matthew Moyer on March 31, 2012

Spring (or is that summer) has sprung! And we’ve got a new fresh crop of zines straight from the…. zine… orchard? Enjoy!

Bizarrism. Vol. 9
Bookstore Thief.
Booty. Vol. 23
Controller.
Cryptic Slaughter. Vol. 25
Fences.
High Maintenance Machine. Vol. 26: A periodic, Illustrated
How I Quit School. Vol. 1
Next Stop Adventure. Vol. 4
One Way Ticket. Vol. 7
Shit From Nowhere. Vol. 3
Shit From Nowhere. Vol. 4
Shit From Nowhere. Vol. 5
So Raw It’s Downright Filthy.
Sowing And Dawning. Vol. 3
Tom Tom. Vol. 4
Trainwreck. Vol. 7
Worn. Vol.9
A Zine About Billy.

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Read Zines 2012!

Posted by Matthew Moyer on March 13, 2012

The Jacksonville Public Library Zine Collection is proud to present the next installment in our “Read Zines” poster series! You can pick these for free up at the Main Library downtown, with other locations soon to follow! Get yours now! While supplies last!

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(Micro) Zine Of The Week: Razorcake Vol. 58

Posted by Matthew Moyer on March 8, 2012

Razorcake. Vol. 58

To prep for Mark Sultan’s (aka BBQ) imminent show in St. Aug, you won’t go wrong with Razorcake’s lengthy interview that takes in all parts of the garage rock titan’s anti-career. Features on Pil and Nervous Gender make this issue a win!

Find Razorcake. Vol. 58 at your library

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(Micro) Zine Of The Week: In Every Town

Posted by Matthew Moyer on February 27, 2012

In Every Town:
An All-Ages Munsic Manualfesto

More polished than a zine, this is less a manifesto and more a step-by-step handbook to running a noncommercial music venue where you live. Thought provoking and practical, In Every Town is the successor to MRR’s Book Your Own F**king Life.

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New Zines For February 2012

Posted by Matthew Moyer on February 21, 2012

A wealth of Zine-ness! From booking your own shows to a guide to every pizza restaurant on the Upper East Side of NYC to the best in comics and personal writings… we’ve got it all!

Beer, Bikes, & Bridges: Notes On Portland, Oregon.
Bringing It All Back Home.
Broken Pencil. Vol. 51: The Magazine Of Zine Culture And The Independent Arts.
Cometbus. Vol. 54: In China With Green Day.
Duplex Planet. Vol. 187
The East Village Inky. Vol. 46
In Every Town: An All-Ages Manifesto.
Just So You Know. Vol. 2
Laterborn. Vol. 7
Latin American Independence (1810-1824).
Milkyboots. Vol. 10
Nostromo. Vol. 1
Papercutter. Vol. 15
A Rough DIY Zine: On Developing B&W Film.
She Must Be Having A Bad Day: The Cult Of The Female Food Service Worker.
Show Me The Money. Vol. 31
Slice Harvester Quarterly. Vol. 2: Upper East Side.
Tenacious. Vol. 20: Art And Writings From Women In Prison.
You Don’t Get There From Here. Vol.18

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(Micro) Zine Of The Week: Blues Real Bad

Posted by Matthew Moyer on February 18, 2012

Blues Real Bad
by Kevin Singles

Kevin Singles crafts a gorgeougly rendered, barely-fictionalized take on the myth of Robert Johnson. Weaving together narratives and cinematic jumpcuts, we see the lengths a guitar player will go to really play the blues. And what it costs.

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(Micro) Zine Of The Week: A Very Kraftwerk Summer

Posted by Matthew Moyer on February 10, 2012

In the spirit of Stand By Me, Chris Hutsul remembers a (fake) youthful summer spent in the company of the man-machines of new wave: Kraftwerk! Whether at the arcade or the mall, Kraftwerk were the perfect summer best friends. Pure delight.

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