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1smfmpls
Sep 18, 2006, 6:50pm Top

Hello zine folks!

I just finished a new zine, and wondered if anyone would like to trade.

2DakotaPhoenix First Message
Oct 20, 2006, 10:58am Top

hi there smfmpls,
if you included more information on what your zine is about, you might get more responses from people who want to trade. Topics, size, number of pages, issue number, and some sort of categorization would all help to get more responses from zinesters who might want to trade.
Thanks for listening,
DakotaPhoenix

3DakotaPhoenix
Oct 20, 2006, 11:02am Top

Greetings All,
I just finished the second issue of my zine, and am posting this mesage because I would like to trade with other zine creators for their zine. Hopefully this means you if you're reading this. Below I've pasted in info about my zine. Get in otuch if you're interested in doing a trade, and I'll send you my po box address.

The second issue of my zine, Emerge And See Unity, is
finally available. It's been 3.5 years since issue #1
and if you never heard about it the 1st time around,
don't fret...

Anyway, this issue features my reading log from the
last 18 months and covers reviews/my reflections about
books on topics like pagan-y fiction, political
prisoners, hoboes, peak oil, & a whole bunch of
end-of-the-world fiction, plus some Orwell and LeGuin.
You'll also find some reader contributed artwork,
thoughts on reconciling past & current selves, a bit
about queer theory, childhood memories & how they
relate to the nature of personal reality, and also
relationship styles.

Dakota Phoenix

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