This quarterly magazine, billed as "your guide beyond the
mainstream," publishes zine reviews, although it usually
posts only one or two online. You may send your print zine for
- Broken Pencil
This zine covers alternative culture in Canada. Its site includes
hundreds of zine reviews, as well as a "zine of the month"
Once the "bible" of the zine scene, Factsheet 5 went
on hiatus. Also: a tidbit overheard in Brooklyn.
Zine reviews by James McQuiston of Kent, Ohio.
- The Open Road
An archive of e-mail e-zine reviews by Todd Kuipers, last updated
in April 1999.
- Quality Street
Review zine from France posted on site of Sniffin' Glue, a radio
program devoted to zines and music (French language).
- Queer Zine Explosion
Each issue of Larry-bob's QZE includes reviews of about 75 queer
zines with contact information.
- Review Zines
Regularly updated list of zines and magazines that review alternative
publications, maintained by A Reader's Guide to the Underground
Press, with contact information.
- Sztuka Fabryka Gallery
This site, based in Belgium, is an archive and resource center
for mail art. It includes reviews of mail-art, zines, books and
- Xeroxography Debt
A review zine "for zine readers by zine writers."
Formerly Xerox Debt, until Xerox's lawyers heard about it. Back
issues and reviews available online.
Detailed zine reviews by the editors of Pif Magazine.
- Zine World
This is a companion site for the review zine founded by Doug
Holland. It's known for being brutally honestwhich makes
for an entertaining letters section. The site includes sample
reviews, ordering information and resources. A sample copy is
$4 cash within the U.S. and $5 cash elsewhere.
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