As many of you know, DJ Frederick is my father and I have a certain amount of bias toward his writing. He recently released SHORT/wave: Archive Edition, which is a re-issue of ‘the /wave project zine one’. This zine about shortwave and pirate radio station listening and DIY media.
Archive for the ‘Zine Review’ Category
I was fascinated to find that people still make newsletters – PHYSICAL newsletters! Something tangible instead of opening another e-mail, where I can accidentally delete it thinking it’s junk. The Homebody Herald isn’t junk. it is wonderful.
For the past several days, I’ve been feeling lethargic, so I haven’t been doing anything that involved zines, or much of anything, really. I couldn’t complete my zine within 24 hours. The zine that I did end up making, I decided to split into two separate issues.
One of the activities in celebration of July’s International Zine Month was to order from a distro I haven’t order from before. Since I had recently discovered Sea Green Zines‘ podcast “The Zine Collector”, I figured I look at her catalogue. One of the zines that appealed to me was “Dear Anonymous: A Zine of […]
Billy got into music in a way that I wanted to back in the 1990’s. He had a BMG subscription. Though that didn’t do it for him, a local Lollapalooza did. Then again, it just made him want MORE.
Tin Can Telephone was previously known as Paper Radio, which was mainly a media and radio fanzine. Now in its fifth incarnation, anything goes.