Archive for the ‘Zines’ Category

Zineus Exhibitus

Wednesday, June 21st, 2017
“Minnesota

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The Roosterhouse Collective is part of a Minnesota Center for Book Arts and Twin Cities Zine Fest exhibition in the The Loft Literary Center. Free! June 9th to August 13th. Roosters participating include Karl Noyes, Joe Cunningham, Cat Raia, Guy Wagner, Minne Deer, Ann Animus, Vincent Ramone Michel, Stan Theis, Kevin Hagen, Emily Hayes, and Jaira Donery.

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Well, that’s all for now folks.

Toner Lung and Paper Cuts

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017
“Chicago

Look for Roosterhouse at Chicago Zine Fest this coming Friday and Saturday!

It’s been a crazy month of production. As always, each zine has been printed on an old ass printer and is hand-cut, hand-collated, and published inhouse.

In anticipation of Chicago Zine Fest, Roosterhouse is releasing six new zines. Click on the links for full descriptions …

“Minneapolis

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Purchase Joe Cunningham’s Minneapolis Psychedelicam Volume 1 at Zineia or at Etsy.

“Minnea

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Purchase Minne Deer’s Minnea + Plus the World and Back at Zineia or at Etsy.

“Jennifer

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Purchase Karl Noyes’ Jennifer at Zineia or at Etsy.

“Hanging

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Purchase Ann Animus’ Hanging Deer at Zineia or at Etsy.

“Paintings

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Purchase Paintings by Emily Level 1 at Zineia or at Etsy.

“This

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Purchase This is My Costume Volume 2 at Zineia or at Etsy.

Well, that’s all for now folks. Enjoy and see you in Chicago!

Misunderstood Up and Fell Down

Sunday, January 8th, 2017
Rooster

Rooster

Roosterhouse got some rave-ass reviews in the latest issue of Xerography Debt. Yay! (yes those are copies of Dazzler, the greatest disco dancing rollerskating Marvel superhero of all time (who should have her own damn movie too!))

Looking Ahead

Sunday, November 20th, 2016
Chicago Zine Fest

Chicago Zine Fest

We are pleased as pucker punch to announce that Roosterhouse will be participating in the 2017 Chicago Zine Fest. The event will be held May 5th and 6th. Hell yeah! See you there!

Restock the Stock, the Stock

Monday, November 7th, 2016
Sign at Boneshaker Books

Seward Cafe

Hey Y’all,
Roosterhouse restocked zines at Boneshaker Books today. There are also free copies available at the Seward Cafe in the free media stacks while they last!!
Check out both of these fine establishments on Franklin Ave. in the Seward Neighborhood.
Also of note, a bundle was sent to the Women’s Resource Center and should arrive within the week. Support them too!

Seward Cafe image stolen from the nets.

Twin Cities Zine Fest 2016

Tuesday, September 20th, 2016
Twin Cities Zine Fest

Twin Cities Zine Fest

Roosterhouse will be at the Twin Cities Zine Fest on this Saturday. Stop on by! It’s free. Lots of new works including a new Breaking Away from the Herd, issues of Cat Raia’s Forever and Always, P.S. Suck It, the first volume of This is My Costume and a new issue of Sarcastic Horse.

Be there. Be square. There’s a fly in your hair.

It’s a Mad House, a Maaaad House!

Tuesday, November 10th, 2015
Twin Cities Zinefest 2015

Twin Cities Zinefest 2015

Twin Cities Zinefest is back! Come see Roosterhouse at their table. Zines with work from Roosters Jaira Donery, Vince Michel, Joe Cunningham, Karl Noyes, and Guy Wagner will be on display and for sale. It’s free and on a Saturday. Mail in your excuses and ask the selector!

An Act of Theater

Friday, September 11th, 2015
Roosterhouse Zines

Roosterhouse Zines

Roosterhouse was asked by Zine Museum to participate in an exhibition in New Zealand! So we sent ’em some stuff. Here’s a pic of our envelope amongst the others.

Photos by Zine Museum.

I gotta get better at this but Roosterhouse zines are for sale at Zineia!

If you’re in Minneapolis, try catching us on the prowl. I’ll make an effort at wider distribution in the coming months.

See Youse There

Thursday, July 23rd, 2015
Minnehaha Free Space

Minnehaha Free Space

Living Breathing Creation Zine

Monday, February 17th, 2014
Distant Lands

Distant Lands

We are pleased to announce the publication of “Living Breathing Creation” a zine composed of the inky creations of Jaira Donery. “Distant Lands” is one of the compositions included in the twenty plus pages zine. With original poetry and hand stamped. Initial print run is 100 copies. $3.00 includes shipping. Email karl @ paperonpaper.com

Her Name is Winter and She is Cold

Saturday, January 25th, 2014
Closeup of a Centerfold

Closeup of a Centerfold

Above is a closeup for one of the centerfolds for “If We All Died Young, Love Wouldn’t Be Such a Problem”, a three-part zine with collages and writing by myself and illustrations by Guy Wagner

No promises as to when it will be out but it is well into the works.

Twin Cities Zinefest This Saturday!

Friday, September 20th, 2013
2013 Zinefest

2013 Zinefest

Once again, Roosterhouse Ideas will have a table at the Twin Cities Zinefest. My friends Guy Wagner and Vince Michel will be there.

Check it out at the Powderhorn Park Building right off Powderhorn Lake in south Minneapolis. Six new collage and adventure filled zines will be featured at the Roosterhouse table.

ZineFest 2012 — Diggity Dank!

Tuesday, September 18th, 2012
The Silent Drama

Zinefest 2012 Flyer

Hey all,

Here’s an interview I conducted with the rad people of Twin Cities Zinefest. This is their main site.

My friends Kevin Hagen and Guy Wagner will be tabling with me. We have quite a bit to access this year. We’re nearing 15 zines in complete form with many more on the way. If we get it done in time, the first installment of Three Finger Umbrella will be on hand in its 8.5″ by 14″ splendor. No promises. But perhaps. Much to do. Much to do.

Here are the detats for Zinefest 2012:

When: Saturday, September 22, 2012: 12pm-6pm

Where: Powderhorn Park Recreational Center, 3400 15th Ave S., Minneapolis MN 55407

If you click on the picture above you can get the flyer PDF if you feel like spreading the word further.

Hope to see you there. It’s free!!!

Twin Cities Veg Fest Wrap Up

Sunday, July 15th, 2012
 Mescal Cover                 Cocaine Cover

Mescal Cover                                              Cocaine Cover

The Roosterhouse Ideas table at Twin Cities Veg Fest was a success. Zines were sold and people were excited about the artwork and stories. I also made a few connections with people willing to do future zine covers.

At Veg Fest, Roosterhouse unveiled three new zines. Kevin Hagen’s “Breaking Away from the Herd” series continues with an installment called “Cocaine”. This fully illustrated issue focuses on Hagen’s cocaine addled days in the 1980s and its effect on friends, family, and self-perception. Cover (see above) by Tyler Hagebusch. Collage work by Karl Noyes.

Two more installments of Franz Fleinsasser’s non-fiction “Auslander” series were also debuted at VegFest. “The Fox” contains vignettes about a child being exposed to animal abuse and death. Fully illustrated with plenty of collages with foxes in them.
Cover was done by David Ball. Internal collage work by Karl Noyes.

“Mescal” also made its debut at VegFest. The story is about two friends and their experiences with mescaline and the transformative effects it has on walking in the woods, driving, and deer. This is an adventurous zine complete with a panda, ice bergs, and a coyote assassin. Additionally, “Mescal” features copy machine zoomography images of an old American quilt.
Cover (see above) by David Ball. Internal collage work by Karl Noyes.

“Midwest Leafleting Tour” was also previewed at VegFest with expected publication date of July 20th. We accepted pre-orders at VegFest. Karl Noyes and Ben Acaso go on a 1200 mile trip in a Mercedes fueled by waste grease. “Midwest Leafleting Tour” contains essays by Ben and Karl detailing the trip and exploring vegetarian experiences.

Thanks to Compassionate Action for Animals for making Veg Fest happen. And thanks to my friend Guy Wagner for helping me table and showing off his bee prints. Thanks to the Seward Cafe for a delicious lunch.

Miniatures #1 Zine

Friday, September 23rd, 2011
Miniatures #1

Miniatures #1

Miniatures #1

This art zine is 20 pages of pure color and paper cut-up experiment. Each collage is the size of a postcard or less. Maybe there is a dark sci-fi noir thread or perhaps one of claustrophobia of comerical imagery or no threads to speak of. Take a gander and take a guess.

Cover by Karl Noyes. Paper collages by Karl Noyes.

Available in e-zine form for download and good ol’ tangible paper.
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