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Best Zine podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Zine podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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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.
 
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.
 
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!
 
Yer Scene is a digitally distributed monthly zine & Bi-monthly Podcast which features different members of the online zine, talking about anything from music & gigs to tv shows, movies, and cigs. You can listen to us casually talking about anything theory wise, or hear a story on Setting the Scene which comes out on the 10th of the month. Or you could listen to the Pit were we go into detail about music genres and feature some rad local bands and talk about venues, touring, or more!www.yersc ...
 
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
 
The Final Straw Radio is a weekly, anarchist show eminating from occupied Cherokee lands in so-called North Carolina and featuring the voices of folks engaged in struggles for liberation and the creation of rad culture since 2009. We're also syndicated on a few community radio stations around the U.S. We frequently also feature radio commentaries from anarchist prisoner Sean Swain and are a proud member of CZN (The Channel Zero Network) and ARN (The A-Radio Network). Check out our past archi ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
"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!
 
The Shout Louder Punk Podcast is the audio home of www.shout-louder.com, a UK zine for punks who don't like papercuts. In each episode we aim to bring you our take on the world of DIY punk, with plenty of new tunes, gig gossip and amusing anecdotes. We will be talking about gigs we've been to recently, albums we can't stop listening to as well as tales of some of the worst experiences we've ever had! Your hosts are Sarah Williams and Mark Bell. Sarah's a certified gig-addict and the puppet m ...
 
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This week we are back again. Even the shut downs can’t keep us out of the game! (Truthfully, we record in a private, protected space. We are social distancing and taking precautions NOT in public.) This week the theme for our show is beers we could get from all the new options for local beer happening now. Tasting rooms are CLOSED (boo) but local i…
 
20 Years of South Chicago ABC Zine Distro with Tony & Mike This week on The Final Straw, we'll hear a conversation from a few month back with Anthony Rayson and Mike Plosky, who have run the South Chicago Anarchist Black Cross Zine Distro since 1998. They send zines to prisoners, publish the writings and art of politicized prisoners as a project of…
 
You're stuck inside, why not listen to an hour of hip-hop and metal, and a little talking. Tracklist: Jaimie Branch – Twenty-three n Me, Jupiter Redux Nimzo – True to This On Tilt – Hella Tinted Windows Damien – 296.89 Jazzsoon – Beastie Brown The R Side (excerpt) Beastie Boys – Hold it Now, Hit it Tuff Crew – Momentum Biz Markie – Pickin’ Boogers …
 
"You can have way more fun in print..." Ricarda Messner is one of the editors of Sofa, the Berlin-based magazine that dedicates itself to exploring themes like teenagers, cyber love, masculinity, and most recently play. We delivered their play issue to Stack subscribers this month, March 2020, and Ricarda dropped in at the Stack office a few weeks …
 
Solidarity Breakfast 28-03-2020- The crisis at Centrelink we speak with Ollie from Australian Unemployed Workers Union on why MyGov was always going to crash as unemployment is tipped at 15% as a result of mass sackings with Covid-19.- Explosive new information about the helium bonanaza in the Timor Sea that is feeding the pockets of Multi National…
 
This episode was recorded a couple of weeks ago, ahead of the current Coronavirus shutdown. We post it here as an antidote to all the other current news, but plan to address the effect of the virus on publishing in our next episode.---------------------------Ricarda Messner from Sofa and Flaneur joins Jeremy Leslie at the magCulture Shop to talk ma…
 
Episode Six is all about the bloody coronavirus. Mad we have this as a title but you know what, this shit is disproportionately affecting working class people so we need to say it. How can we help eachother? What's going down and how can our communities get through it? Our special guest, the excellent Holly Casio also joins us to talk about unions,…
 
HotDogDayz Radio is back with an hour of punk, metal, and rap. Play loud. Tracklist: The Skoptzies – Dead Meat Bene Gesserit – Funny Toy Pisse – CO2 Bilanz Foc – Impossibles Sentiments Skate Death – My Parents are Disappointed Skate Death – Better Not Snake Me Eskupitajo – Anti Poder Fyzical – Why Not Now? C-4 – O-Zone Laffing Gas – Same Cycle Nihi…
 
Doing For Selves: Open Source Supplies and Tenant Organizing Welcome to a podcast special from The Final Straw. While William is was busy producing an episode featuring voices of medical professionals and activists inside and out of prison to talk about the impacts of covid-19 on incarcerated people for broadcast, I had a couple of conversations ab…
 
March 2020: COVID-19 hit the fan and is affecting all in the restaurant industry, including Salmon n’ Bannock, the only Indigenous brick-and-mortar restaurant in Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. In this episode, I visit Salmon n’ Bannock and talk with Inez Cook, the owner, about her personal journey in the industry and how food around the wor…
 
Today we have a show about COVID-19, specifically how the pandemic is being handled in prisons and detention. This show includes a lot of voices, and we structured it that way in order to both include as many perspectives as we could and also to take some of the expectation that interviewees speak to us for an extended period; everyone who is worki…
 
Climate Angels in court II The Climate Guardians who were staging a quiet lunch time vigil outside the Herald & Weekly Times building last year are being taken to court for trepass and besetting a building. We talk to Deborah Hart.On shore Gas Drilling II The Victorian Government has announced the introduction of legislation to allow on-shore gas d…
 
"Somehow all our eclectic tastes combine and we get this glorious mess..." Dzenana Vucic is one of the volunteer editors behind The Lifted Brow, the literary magazine that styles itself as “a quarterly attack journal from Australia and the world”. Providing a platform for underrepresented voices, they do a great job of tapping talent that might oth…
 
Its a scary and weird week, but San Diego’s Top Podcast is back in our (private) studio this week with a brand new show! This week we decided to record a new episode in an attempt to bring a sense of normalcy as well as hopefully provide a bit of joy, fun and entertainment in a very dark time. This week we also dive back into our Educational Series…
 
As corona virus spreads, the failures of capitalist states becomes even clearer and many people are forced to take some breaks from participating in the economy in the way they did before, we’d like to offer some audio we’ve been sitting on. The good folks at the radical bookstore and community space, Burning Books in Buffalo, New York, has given u…
 
How do gender, race and class color our tattoo perceptions? Comedy icon Margaret Cho breaks down the body politics of being a heavily inked Korean-American woman. Plus! Cristen and Caroline discover the original "tramp stamp," a stick-n-poke renaissance, and the origins of the ladylike tattoo taboo. Unladylike: A Field Guide to Smashing the Patriar…
 
No Evil Foods Union and PLAN Line 3 This week on The Final Straw, we’re presenting two conversation, plus announcements [02:02-05:47] and Sean Swain's segment [05:47-11:49]. Union Busting at No Evil Foods [11:49-29:44] The first was a chat with workers from the local, plant-based protein company ‘No Evil Foods’. The company has been getting flack f…
 
7.30 amRefugee Action collective Victoria's Marg Sinclair speaks to us about the Refugees from Manus and Nauru who arriving through the Medivac legislation for medical treatment have been kept stranded in hotels for months.7.50 over the WallNo Cashless Welfare Card8.00Samantha Ratnam leader of the Victorian Greens talks about the Senate inquiry int…
 
San Diego’s Top Beer Podcast is FINALLY back after a few weeks off. This week we celebrate Island Night in San Diego as we dive deep into some Hawaiian beers brought back to town from the Islands. Tune in as we sample a bunch of beers from the island of Oahu and we discuss some of the fun things going on in the Honolulu area craft/indie beer commun…
 
This week William got to sit down with Sarah Lyons, who is an author, activist, and a practicing witch about her new book Revolutionary Witchcraft: A Guide to Magical Activism which came out in 2019 from Running Press. This was a great interview to have for TFS, because this is a topic we haven’t yet presented on this show and we cover a wide range…
 
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