Posts Tagged ‘minneapolis zines’

Where and When to Crop

Friday, September 29th, 2017
“Newest

Look for Roosterhouse at Twin Cities Zine Fest this coming Saturday!

The newest zines by Roosterhouse will be on sale as well as back issues and reprintings.

“Twin

2017 Official Poster

“Minneapolis

Minneapolis Psychedelicam Volume Three

Joe Cunningham’s Minneapolis Psychedelicam Volume 3 is a collection of hyper psychedelic photographs taken on a fucked up iPhone One. This is the third volume of the zine series. A special 25 print edition will only be available this Saturday.

“Our

Our Fetid Kind Parts 1, 2, and 3

Our Fetid Kind is a three part series illustrated and written by Cat Raia about the high and lows of a childhood friendship and its evolving nature into adulthood.

“Minnea

Minnea + Plus and the World and Back

MInnea + Plus the World and Back is a travelogue persona-zine by Minne Deer. The crossing narratives of world travel and the relationship with her father are the focus. Generously supplemented with images of 1990s ephemera.

“Ann

Ann Animus' Hanging Deer

Ann Animus’ Hanging Deer is the third found photograph release by the elusive and mysterious Ann Animus. Every photo is of a gutted deer suspended in the air. Gruesome and yet evocative with an introductory essay by Karl Noyes.

“Paintings

Paintings by Emily

Paintings by Emily is what it says it is. A collection of paintings by artist Emily Hayes complete with a centerfold. Popping with color and humour. It’s worth a flip through.

“Blind

Blind Shake Shit

Blind Shake Shit is a travelogue of Cat Raia’s time on tour with the Blind Shake Shit in Europe. The centerfold is a six page / panel collage by Karl Noyes.

“Psychosis“

Psychosis

Psychosis is an actual recorded monologue of a someone going through a psychosis. Both disturbing and unintentionally humorous, this zine offers a weird open door into the mind of someone shrouded in delusions of grandeur.

“Jennifer“

Jennifer

Karl Noyes’ Jennifer is both a fanzine of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and the exploration of a brief relationship with a young troubled woman.

Free admission! Stop by and say hola!