ZINECORE RADIO’s Series on Sexuality

Let’s break the ice and get interactive!

Zines are awesome because they allow you to share your personal experiences and hear/read about others’. ZINECORE RADIO (a podcast dedicated to zines) is doing a 5-part series on the theme of sexuality leading up to the PPNNE ZINE Anthology release on May 1, 2011. You are invited to call into the show and read your stories, talk about sexuality in your life and/or in our culture.

THE DETAILS:

Address:  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thezineshow
Host: Hannah Neurotica with special co-host Sage Adderley of Sweet Candy Distro
Date: Sat. January 29, 2011
Time: 9pm-10pm EST
Call in #: (646) 478-4473
To sign up, contact zinecoreradio@gmail.com

Nervous about being on air, but still want to participate? Join the conversation in the chat room on ZINECORE RADIO’s website, and discuss (in real time) with others and the host  as you listen! The show will be recorded and available for download on iTunes and the website.

Hopefully you will feel inspired to make your own zine for the PPNNE Zine Anthology!  After all, the goal of ZINECORE RADIO is to help keep the motivation and creative juices flowing!

Contact zinecoreradio@gmail.com for more info.

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Launching our ‘zine Project

Welcome to the PPNNE’s ‘Zine Anthology blog! (We’re pretty excited about this project.)

Some basics:

‘Zine Defined
We all know what a magazine is, but not everyone is familiar with a ‘zine (pronounced “zeen”).

“Zines are cheaply made printed forms of expression on any subject. They are like mini magazines or homemade comic books about favorite bands, funny stories, sub-cultures, persona collections,comix anthologies, diary entries, pathetic report cards, chain restaurants , and anything else…” (From book Whatcha Mean, What’s a Zine? The Art of Making Zines and Mini Comics by Mark Todd and Esther Pearl Watson (2006)) 

Planned Parenthood’s Obsession with this Project
Sexuality means many things to many people. Everyone has different experiences and different beliefs surrounding it—all of which are completely valid truths.  We want this ‘zine project to flush out those truths. By creating an anthology of real stories from real people, we hope to show the world just how fluid sexuality is and, hopefully, open some minds in the process.

We want your ‘zine submissions and then we want to print them (boldly, anonymously, however you want to be acknowledged), so other people can see they are not alone, feel inspired, angered, encouraged…..

Creating ‘Zines
Whether you’ve been making ‘zines for years or don’t know the first thing about creating one, we hope you’ll consider sharing your story.

Now what?
Want to be part of this? Check out our guidelines—it’s full of the dirty details and disclaimers.

Check back here often! We’ll be bringing you ideas, prompts, zinespirational’ quotes, and more.

‘zinely yours,

PPNNE, in collaboration with Hannah Neurotica