Spill the Zines – a UK zine review blog!

Posted by blatantblithe on March 1, 2011 Blog posts | Zines | | One comment

Hello readers, sorry for the lack of posts recently; I’ve been feeling pretty under the weather, and haven’t actually done anything that’s interesting enough to blog about, apart from this:

This month, Hannah (Not Lonely zine) and I are opening Spill the Zines (spillthezines.blogspot.com) – a blog about British zine culture with zine resources, reviews, news, and announcements posted regularly.

To establish Spill the Zines as a useful and comprehensive resource, we’d like you to email us any news or announcements you have – we want to hear everything, including the publication of the latest issue of your zine, calls for submissions, zine events and public meet-ups, zine-related blog posts, the opening of a new distro/zine website, and anything else you can think of!  If you have any news or info to send the editors, please get in touch atspillthezinesuk@gmail.com.

A few people have been kind enough to blog about us, including Miss Tukru and Caitlin Gwynn, and you should do the same – mention us on your blog, Twitter, or Tumblr, and spread the word! :)

Music Update: my website has been updated, now featuring music blog Electric City‘s lovely reviews of my work.  Take a look here! Also, don’t forget to download your free copy of Gimme A Cure on Bandcamp!

101 Things Update: Watched quite a few films on the IMDB Top 250 recently; some good, some not so good.  Updated list here.  Apart from that, no news!  I promise I’ll do or write something interesting soon!

1 Comment

  • Andrew Culture said on Mar 1, 2011 8:01 pm

    What fantastic news, really cool and encouraging to see blogs like this popping up!

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