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Best Zine podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Zine podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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"It's Pronounced Zine is a zine, diy, and self-publishing podcast hosted by Dave Baker. The show centers on local zinesters and their creative processes, the zine scene here in Los Angeles, and tips and tricks for tabling at conventions. If you have a do-it-yourself approach to life and a maniacal desire to create things, or if you just like listening to nerds split hairs about which is the best Drake album, this is the podcast for you.
 
The Skill Shot Pincast is the podcast companion to Seattle's pinball zine! (skill-shot.com) Hosted by Graham Klym and Kayla Greet, the Pincast comes out every two weeks and features guests talking about competitive play, the pinball community, the latest games, industry news and gossip, and everything in between!
 
Where do i begin ? So much to share from the world of Orbital and Loopz. Loopz.co.uk and Loopzorbital.com hosted Loopz Net Radio, which featured live and dj sets from electronic artists around the world. This podcast will dust off the old broadcasts and bring them online. Other special podcasts will also feature periodically.If you listen in or want to send feedback or ask questions, then please send me an email at webmaster@loopzorbital.com
 
Zinecore Radio aims to spotlight zine artists, DIY culture, underground film, and all forms of undefinable works of creative self-expression. Our show features live readings, guest interviews, music, spoken word, discussions, and anything else that fits and comes our way.
 
A mix of dark fantasy and horror short fiction by both established and rising stars, from The Dark Magazine—and with recent stories reprinted in year's best anthologies, listed on Locus Recommended Reading List, and a subscriber base growing every month, “this new dark fantasy zine is settling well into its niche, which is picking up weirdness as it grows"—Locus.
 
Beer Night in San Diego is San Diego’s First, Longest Running and Top Beer Podcast covering the San Diego Beer Community! Tune in each week as we showcase the best in San Diego Craft Beer/Indie Beer including news, education + knowledge and interviews with a touch of comedy. Each week we feature the great people behind the scenes and the amazing beers that make San Diego the best beer city around. Tune in to laugh and learn with San Diego’s Top Beer Podcast - Beer Night in San Diego!
 
This is Writing Rainbows a podcast from the creative writing group at The Rainbow Project based in the Foyle LGBT Centre. The first episode was made possible by The Irish Writers Centre funded by the Arts Council NI and the Community Writer in Residence programme. Many thanks for their encouragement and support. #lgbtawarenessweek #lgbtwriters #poetry #prose #storytelling #creativewriting #zine #irishwriterscentre #acniwriting #trpni
 
pop song romance. is a teenie-tynee video zine for the web that features live uncut performances from indie rock bands and comedians. This podcast features original videos and indie pop mixtapes.subscribe to the pop song romance. podcast:open your itunes, hit the advanced tab, click on subscribe to podcast and enter this.http://feeds.feedburner.com/popsongromance
 
Companion podcast for STAY CALM COMIC by LusRC. Episodes are released every Monday, and include a podcast, webcomic and printable 1-page zine. Check them out at http://staycalmcomic.com The current series is called "For Millennial Managers", which offers advice and entertainment while inspecting management and coworker relationships. From resolving conflict to making decisions to widening norms to difficult conversations. I love hearing from listeners. Send me your reactions and questions th ...
 
Find out what happens when women break the rules - those unwritten but all too real bullsh*t expectations of how we should live our lives. Cristen Conger and Caroline Ervin (formerly Stuff Mom Never Told You) tackle questions through their trademark obsessive research, stories from rule-breakin’ ladies and a solid dose of delightful feminist rage.
 
MYSTERIOUS MATTERS OF MAX METTERS: Peter Gelman's punk rock romantic novel of the 1980s. It uses a vigorous word-crushing "maximalist" approach to prose fiction, in defiance of the era's terse, inexpressive, helpless, despairing "minimalism". Passion, philosophy, fisticuffs and word ferment.... A podcast audiobook in 21 chapters (plus 1, the introduction). Recording progress now (2013). Written in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, in 1990-1991. Now available as a paper book in popular bookstore ...
 
Toasted Sister is radio about Native American food because it came a long way. Traditional indigenous foodways were lost, found, redefined and modernized in the last few hundred years. And here it is today, in the hands of Native chefs and foodies who work to keep their traditional flavors and ingredients alive. I'm Andi Murphy and I'm talking to as many Indigenous foodies as I can.
 
We're here to give a-- Voice to the Independent-- determined individual or group in accomplishing your dreams by spotlighting creativity in-- Music (R and B . Christian . Jazz . Neo-Soul . Pop . Independent Record labels); Visual Arts . (Sketch . Sculptors . Oils . Pastels . Independent Film Companies) . Spoken Word Artists (Poets . Rappers . Motivational Speakers) . Written Word (Authors . Playwrights . Writers . Jingles/Commercial Writers). Our "Full" Internet platform (E-zine, AM Radio Sh ...
 
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We have a fun and informative episode for you this week. This week we are joined by Anne and Aaron Ortega and Bobby Parsons - The founder and operators of the great Northern Pine Brewing in Oceanside. Tune in as we hear the story of how Northern Pine came from a home brew team to commercial brewery, how a tragedy pushed them to make their dream a r…
 
In early March I interviewed Paula Martinez of Demystification Zine and now I can whisk you away to a time before we were all sheltering in place. Paula rules and her zine Demystification rules, and she talked to me about her Harmony Korinne childhood in Brazil and Broward County, beatdown hardcore, finding riot grrrl zines on Tumblr, haircut patte…
 
HotDogDayz Radio is back with an hour of mostly new punk and hardcore. There's one death metal song and some post-punk too. And preceding all the fun stuff is some other stuff. But mostly new punk and hardcore. As always, thanks for listening. Tracklist: Santo & Johnny – Sleep Walk Niel LeVang – Ghost Riders in the Sky Flatt & Scruggs – Don’t Let Y…
 
From the moment Salamanda started releasing individual tracks on Bandcamp last year, they quickly became one of our favorite Korean acts. Through hypnotic live shows, DJ sets and a steady stream of excellent releases, Salamanda have established themselves as some of the most interesting and original electronic artists in Seoul right now. We are ver…
 
On today's episode we're off to Oz to talk about the importance of fantasy – as a genre, and as a way of imagining otherwise – with Melbournian writer, editor and activist Alison Croggon, whose new children's book The Threads of Magic has just been published in the UK, if you're after pacy escapism with a socialist feminist twist (who isn't)! To ta…
 
We acknowledge that today’s episode is broadcast on the International Day against homophobia, biphobia, interphobia, and transphobia - a day that raises awareness of LGBTIQA+ rights violations and to stimulate interest in queer rights work worldwide. #IDAHOBIT2020 Michele Vescio speaks with Tina Dixson and Renee Dixson who have been together for a …
 
In this special episode, I visit with Chef Maria Parra Cano in her food truck, Sana Sana. We share a nice, plant-based dinner and then we talk about labels, her mom’s recipes and food as medicine. Recipe below. Verde smoothie1 cup nopales, diced1 cup pineapple, diced¼ cup cilantro, diced 2 tablespoons chia seeds½ cup water 1 cup raw spinachAgave an…
 
On today’s episode the team are joined by the musician Sam Amidon. In a wide ranging conversation Sam recounts his musical journey from Vermont to New York City set against the backdrop of folk revivals through the generations. Sam delves into the collaborators and improvisers that coruscate through his music and reflects on the storytelling of his…
 
We have a HUGE and special show for you this week. Almost like a 2 for 1 episode of AWESOME! Not only this week do we do our first ever virtual podcast, but it also marks the official return of Tom to Beer Night in San Diego. Tune in as we chat with SDSU’s latest graduate and our long time co host about whats new with him, how he’s handling the qua…
 
Today So is joined by Jessie Kindig, editor at Verso US. They talk about whether cats are anarchists, imagining a robust community-oriented book world, and how leftist publishers are addressing the current crisis, including Verso's forthcoming ebook by Dean Spade on mutual aid. - Produced by Dan Fuller Music by Antony Hurley…
 
This week were still supporting local, independent beer in San Diego. Tune in as this week we dive in big time to some of the recently released All Together cans, a worldwide collaboration raising money for industry workers affected by Covid-19. Plus, we finally get to sample the newest brand under the Lost Abbey umbrella - one of our most anticipa…
 
This episode stars Hosho McCreesh and Brian McGettrick (A Deep & Gorgeous Thirst - Unabridged Audio & Everything Else We Must Endure respectively). It was recorded over the Skype between the This Podcast Will Change Your Life home studio in Chicago, IL (as everything will be now, for the foreseeable future, and possibly forever), McCreesh's hidden …
 
Today Dan is joined by Siim-Kosmos Sinamäe, a producer on the literary computer game Disco Elysium. Together they walk the line between literature and non-traditional media, exploring how a small development team from Talinn, Estonia used their writing chops to create one of the finest video games of the last decade. With backroad meanders into Rus…
 
We hear:Shout outs to vital fundraisers, and news: Undocumented Migrants Covid19 fund, First Nations Covid-19 fund, and Emergency Support Fund for Sex Workers.From Meri Leworthy on mutual aid work with Covid-19 Queer Aid Naarm / Melbourne. (Facebook)Re-broadcast from In Ya Face, with James McKenzie speaking to Peaches from Vixen Collective on issue…
 
Today Dan and Ant are joined by Maria Cuervo, editor of Hellebore, the magazine of Folk Horror and all things Weird Albion. Ant and Dan are led on a psychedelic journey through the origins of Folk Horror in Gothic Literature, the Mythic practices which inspire contemporary art and the aesthetics of the Folk Horror Revival. - Produced by Dan Fuller …
 
This episode stars Kurt Baumeister (PAX AMERICANA). It was recorded over the Skype between the This Podcast Will Change Your Life home studio in Chicago, IL (as everything will be now, for the foreseeable future, and possibly forever) and Baumeister's home office somewhere off in the great state of Virginia.…
 
This week we are continuing to support our local, independent beer community by sampling and discussing new released beers in San Diego. Tune in this week as we also host a brand new edition of our Small Brewery Showcase featuring the great Burning Beard Brewing. We also dive into the world of beer news including local and non local news including …
 
Today Dan and Antony are joined by Mandira Sen from Stree-Samya Books, a Kolkata-based publisher that specialises in Indian Social Studies and Dalit Literature. In a wide-ranging conversation that covers the plight of women, the legacy of colonialism and the realities of the modern caste system, kick back for a few hours to enjoy an eye-opening and…
 
Michele Vescio speaks with Shane Thoms, a visual documenter and photographer, about his experiences of isolation in the 80s, being queer, and questioning his gender and sexual identity and gender expression, and the quasi-correlation to the current measure of self-isolation and social/physical distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.Shane's work fo…
 
Lakeway joins Ben Funks for a catch up and guest mix for the April show... Enjoy!Tracklist:Ben Funks in the mixFearful & Mtwn - Depths [forthcoming Different Music]Constrict - Notice To... The real-time up-to date archive of all mixes, talk shows and radio broadcasts, more @ www.diffrentmusic.comBy Diffrent Music
 
“Michael.J.Foks” is an old friend from Tokyo whom we hadn't seen in 15 years until our recent trip there to celebrate the release of Kuunatic's Kuurandia EP. He is a resident DJ at Shibuya's well-established clubs “OTO” and “Organ Bar", and also plays selections from his extensive and eclectic vinyl collection at live band events and hotel lounges.…
 
This episode stars Shifra Malka (Dare to Matter: Lessons in Living a Large Life). It was recorded over the Skype between the This Podcast Will Change Your Life home studio in Chicago, IL (as everything will be for the foreseeable future, and possibly forever) and Malka's home office in Baltimore, MD.…
 
In this episode Dan is joined by Owen from Weird Walk, who guides him through his psychedelic rambling philosophy by way of medieval graffiti, folk music and lost historic wonders found in the strangest of places. Meanwhile, Sam catches up with Peter from Books Peckham, to see how the 'zine magnate of Rye Lane is navigating the lockdown. - Produced…
 
On this episode I play new punk and hardcore, some new rap, and some old rap. Hefty doses of UK stuff, Spanish stuff, and old Rhymesayers stuff. But really, just lots of stuff. Hope you dig it. Tracklist: Lisa Loeb – Stay (I Missed You) Bikini Kill – New Radio Dollhouse – Shadow Baby Liquid Assets – Don’t Wanna T.S. Warspite – Tough Shit The Annihi…
 
This week we continue to support local, independent beer by sharing and discussing new release offerings picked up through new avenues including online ordering, delivery, curb side pick up to show just how easy and safe it is to continue supporting local beer during these unprecedented times. This week we also host our first ever Patreon Q&A with …
 
Today we're joined by writer and organiser Lola Olufemi, who talks to So about her new book Feminism Interrupted: Disrupting Power, part of Pluto's Outspoken Series. So and Lola get into why critical feminism is a conversation and a form of nourishment, how radical groups are organising during lockdown (and what you can do), and how the current cri…
 
What is there to say about Jimmy Webb that hasn’t already been said in one of his countless profiles, anecdotes, eulogies? I figured it would be good to let Jimmy speak for himself. One thing that really stood out to me was Jimmy’s fond recollections of Studio 54 and the world of disco, lending some first person credence to something we knew all al…
 
The Blue Lady's first EP is a nocturnal plunge into territories of anxiety, phobia and dread. Drawing on ambient, horror soundtrack and abstract hip hop influences, Frolic makes use of synthesizers and live instruments (drum machine, melodica, sampler) to bring this dark, interior world into the light.Available here: https://thebluelady.bandcamp.co…
 
Episode 7 is a special collaborative episode in conjunction with Tenants Union UK. Our special guest is Rachael who you'll remember joined us to talk about Reclaim and also appeared on Em's panel at Poor Lass LIVE! Find out more about rental unions, how to join and what they can offer. We talk all things housing intersecting with class and identity…
 
It’s somewhat odd to think that something so commonplace, something that was once so integral to the subcultures in which we grew up and migrated between, would become worthy of its own exhibition. As the recent swell of interest in zines (artistic, academic and otherwise) has revealed, however, these products are often indispensable cultural artef…
 
Today we begin our series from literary figures from around the globe, as Athenian poet and translator Theo Chiotis leaps headlong into the Greek discourses of crisis. Ranging from the bodily aspects of crisis, punitive lockdown fines and the legacy of authorotarian rule in Mediterrenean states, Theo leads So and Dan deep into the Athenian literary…
 
We are still here for you, providing what we hope is a sense of normalcy, some joy and entertainment in these troubling times. And of course, promoting and supporting local, independent beer. This week we dive into some of the news happening around the community and of course we break down the great upcoming can releases happening soon in San Diego…
 
In these strange times I’ve been thinking about food almost constantly. Unable to go out to eat (or go out much at all), food dominates my waking life even more than normal. Like many people on the internet, I’ve started using the solid blocks of time I have at home to start learning to bake sourdough, and I’ve been thinking a lot about why I’m so …
 
Michele presents a collection of spoken word audio works by author, activist, and storyteller Otter Lieffe, a trans woman living in Berlin. Her works discuss ageism, precarity, gender, trans lives, and intersecting oppressions affecting trans women. Michele also presents an excerpt of a 2017 interview they conducted with Otter at the time of the re…
 
Today we are joined by Matt Green who discusses the Black Death and the parrallels with the Covid-19 epidemic. We hear the ramblings of freelance preachers, tales of abandoned villages and stirrings of the birth of fashion. With lively sojourns into conspiracy and economic turmoil, join Matt as he weaves a vivid tapestry of the characters and event…
 
Beer Night in San Diego is still trucking along in an attempt to bring some normalcy, joy and entertainment to your day and of course, our main focus, to continue promoting and supporting local breweries, pubs and beer bars during this difficult time. Tune in this week as we dive into some new released cans in San Diego that we got via delivery, to…
 
The latest episode of the Isolation Station is a bookseller bonanza. We transform ourselves into armchair flaneurs as we visit other independent booksellers around London to ask how they're dealing with the crisis, what they're reading and what they're eating. It's important work we're doing. If you would like to get in touch with any of the booksh…
 
Contrapoints creator Natalie Wynn is among the most popular and acclaimed YouTubers, specializing in counteracting the red-pilled, radicalized voices that thrive on the platform. So why did she suddenly find herself canceled, how did she handle it, and what does it say about owning our values out loud? Unladylike: A Field Guide to Smashing the Patr…
 
Today in the Isolation Station, Sam is joined by Ruth Gilligan, who discusses her new novel The Butchers: a blood-soaked, folkloric tale set during the '96 BSE crisis in Ireland. Sam and Ruth cover the clash of modernity and tradition, the timeliness of the novel and yet more toilet paper books. Also included is another exclusive extract of Dan’s p…
 
Right now it's had to put anything into the world without it feeling like a statement about the COVID-19 situation. This episode isn't intended to be a statement of any kind, but at the same time, it felt flippant to just do a normal episode. So this one's a bit more sombre than usual, though we hope there's some enjoyment you can wring from it.Tra…
 
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