I have been making zines since the ’90s, yeah.
Be the First to Like This is probably my main zine concern at the moment: a teeny monthly zine featuring unloved tweets.
A large part of my zine life to date has been Jutchy Ya Ya, an 8-page stream-of-consciousness zine that got up to issue 50 in 2018. It’s a bit random at times, but it’s well-meant. It’s free, which means you just have to contact me and I’ll send you a copy.
Other zines I’ve made are What Astronauts Wear, a more “traditional” cut and paste number, and a little thing called Turtle Soup, which is more of a storybook than what you’d normally think of as a zine, but labels = bah.
I also teach zinemaking workshops for high school and primary school audiences. You can find out more about how to get me to come to you and help you make zines from my agents at Booked Out.
There’s also a little bit of zine resourcing in this section, mostly links to other zine websites, but also a thing I wrote called “Hey I Reckon I Could Do That”. It’s kind of a zinemaking 101 thing for people who need a little bit of advice.
If you want, you can click on the links below to explore the above in more depth.