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Journal tagged by Zines

Brodie Lancaster, Filmme Fatales
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Brodie Lancaster, Filmme Fatales

In the past, we've described the fantastic feminist movie zine Filmme Fatales as the mag that ‘always passes the Bechdel test.’ Started by movie writer Brodie Lancaster because of her desire to create a publication encouraging film criticism that has...
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OOMK #4
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OOMK #4

OOMK is a magCulture favourite. When Jeremy wrote about the first issue in 2013, he pointed out that it ‘teeters between zine and magazine,’ and four issues on very little has changed. The size hasn’t, and neither has its mission...
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Filmme Fatales #6
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Filmme Fatales #6

Brodie Lancaster’s opening letter to her brilliant feminist film zine Filmme Fatales is a reminder of the undimmed psychological power of print. Brodie writes: ‘If I stopped making Filmme Fatales, I’d have more time, sure, but my frustration and feelings...
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03.07.15
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03.07.15

Tonight, London: the Zines that made The Jam. Next Printout, 28 July, Books about Mags. Lou Stoppard looks at seventies zines. From Design Week, more on the Telegraph redesign.
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Alex Tieghi-Walker, Anonymous Sex Journal
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Alex Tieghi-Walker, Anonymous Sex Journal

Alex Tieghi-Walker will be a familiar name to followers of independent publishing; as well as writing for many titles he founded A Tale of Three Cities and edited Airbnb’s Pineapple. He also publishes The Anonymous Sex Journal, an ocassional collection...
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Out now: Subway #4
Out now

Out now: Subway #4

Zines have always been a cut and paste medium, a choppy format that re-arranges material in the Dada spirit of montage, like recent Under Pressure ‘mag-zine’ (which we looked at last week). Subway is edited by zine-making wizard Erik van...
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