Issue 50 (Winter 2011)

Despite What You've Heard, Zines Aren't Dead
Liz Worth investigates the survival of zines and finds that they're more important than ever
   By Liz Worth

Broken Pencil's 15 Year Timeline
   By Broken Pencil

50 People (And Places) We Love
   By Brooke Ford, Lindsay Gibb, Nathaniel G. Moore, Hal Niedzviecki, Richard Rosenbaum, Ian Sullivan Cant & Derek Winkler

Border Patrol
A surveillance of small presses outside the Canadian border
   By Spencer Gordon


Art is the New Steel
   By Grace Evans

Vancouver's Got Craft
   By Jenny Uechi

Fanzines Book Irks Zinesters
   By Lindsay Gibb

Post-Spoken Word?
   By Nathaniel G. Moore


Zinester's Guide to NYC
   By Ayun Halliday

Camping at Dead Man's Point
   By Matthew J. Trafford


Or So
   By Greg Gerke

   By Kim Chinquee

   By Erik Wahlstrom

Rain Delay
   By Tom Luckie

Fornication Blues
   By Fan Wu

People who talk about nothing save themselves
   By Fan Wu


Raechelle Vyn
   By Raechelle Vyn


Editor's Note
   By Lindsay Gibb

Publisher's Note
To the Unsung Heroes of BP-Land
   By Hal Niedzviecki

Error State
   By skot deeming

Introducing Sarah Steinberg
Letter to a young reviewer whose lukewarm review of a novel was published just a few weeks shy of said novel winning a very prestigious prize
   By Sarah Steinberg

Jason and the Comics
   By Jason Turner

Zine Philosophy
   By Chris Landry


Mr. Monitor
   By Matthew Daley

The Geofriends
   By Adam Earle

I already know how my life will go.
   By Athena Currier

Back Page

Pictorial Profile: Julie Voyce
   By Tara Azzopardi