Don’t miss out. Back issues available for a limited time only.
That's a like, they're still available and it's been almost 20 years.
Issue #1 includes: Ode to my Fish, Come to Begly, Monsters, Happy Birthday, etc… $1
Issue #2 includes: Stems of Love, Itsy Bitsy Spider Fucked Up, The Rave and many more!!! $1
Issue #3 the xmas issue $1
All About Begly Can’t get enough of Begly? Well, here’s your chance. Everything you ever wanted to know about Begly but were afraid to ask in this special Begly issue. Where was she born? What’s her favorite color? Toothpaste? Side of the bed? These and other exiting Begly facts for only $1
It’s a Lesbian Thang Monica’s collection of the best of the worst lesbian poetry. $1
It’s a Tofu Thang Lesbian’s talk about tofu. Riveting! $1
She never did get around to writing this, so it's a good thing nobody ever got around to ordering it.
Gottess greatest hits
Not available in any stores – yet! Be among the first to delight in the gottesses’ divine melodious rythims. Includes her all time hits, as well as her new ventures into Spanish song.
Her singing was so horrible that it was hilarious. The funniest part is she actually had an album or two that did ok. It was Germany tho, and we all know how they feel about David Hasselhoff so that's how much we can take their opinion on singing Americans.
Auditions: actors, musicians, cinematographers, etc… needed for upcoming foreign film. Stay tuned…
I have no idea what this was for.
Hiroshima Club Beat Poetry Zine
We bring bad things to life.
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This was more a matter of having cut this question out of the newspaper magazine than of actually caring in anyone answered it.
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There was also a few ads for other zines that were actually serious about what they were doing. I think they were all from this one guy Stephen who had like 15 different zines. That's not an exaggeration. I wonder how many blogs he's running by now?