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Kawaii Subscription Box
I signed up for a 3 month subscription to this Kawaii Box and every month I have absolutely loved my surprise package from them. Sadly this box is the last of my subscription, but I feel like it has been the best one yet! It contained: Kabaya Fish Gummies F...

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New website
Hi! We have a new website now!

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Sharing Heritage: Salford Zine Library celebrates £8,800 Heritage Lottery Fund grant (Or, big news!)
Hi everyone, Apologies for the long gap between posts, and thanks to those who have been continuing to send us copies of their zines. We really appreciate it! Over the last few months we've been busy working on various funding applications and now we're abl...

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Manchester Print Fair #8
This coming Saturday (the 25th) sees the next Manchester Print Fair . This time it's in the People's History Museum and there'll be 40 stalls selling zines, as well as prints and various other dead nice things. Well worth a look. Plus, the People's History ...

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Frida and I Don't Know What I'm Writing About by Stephen James
Prolific Manchester writer Stephen James has sent us a couple of tiny zines, Frida and I Don't Know What I'm Writing About. You can find out more about him and his work over at .

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New In: Power to the People
Power to the People is a "home-made, cut & paste, Old Skool arty-farty free poetry fanzine" by a Mishi Morath, a Dulwich Hamlet supporter. Apparently Mishi saw a link to the All To Nah post on this blog and was inspired to produce his first poetry zine. Nic...

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New In: Sing When We're Fishing
The first zine I ever bought, or in fact had ever heard of, was the Grimsby Town fanzine "Sing When We're Fishing". I probably bought my first copy somewhere between 1996 and 1997 and would always pick one up whenever I spotted anyone selling them outside t...

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New In: The Edge Collection
The Edge Collection is a beautiful, fold-out mini zine full of photographs of Manchester architecture by Fernando Lavin. It's the physical manifestation of the equally beautiful website, which you can find here . Go and have a look!

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New In: How to Sleep by Neik Glasshouse
Sleeping is pretty good - it is personally one of my favourite things to do. How to Sleep gives you all the info you need to sleep better, remember your dreams, learn how to wake up without an alarm (wow!) and get the most out of your sleep. And other thing...

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New In: Cara Josephine - The Official Showgramme
We went up to Edinburgh for a few days of this year's Fringe and were fortunate enough to get tickets to see Josie Long. As we were on our way into the Stand, we were given one of these ace little zines. Josie Long's been making zines for ages, but I think ...
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