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'''Bad Weather Press''' (since 2004) is a north catalan [[zine]] distro. It was founded by [[Robert Roura]] and [[Pere Saguer]] in 2004, at the town of ''Cassà de la Selva'', Catalunya. Since 2004 they have published collective and individual work. Robert Roura focused his publications on [[comics]] and psychological topics. Pere Saguer specialised on graphics and [[photozines]].
 
'''Bad Weather Press''' (since 2004) is a north catalan [[zine]] distro. It was founded by [[Robert Roura]] and [[Pere Saguer]] in 2004, at the town of ''Cassà de la Selva'', Catalunya. Since 2004 they have published collective and individual work. Robert Roura focused his publications on [[comics]] and psychological topics. Pere Saguer specialised on graphics and [[photozines]].
  
Actually the distro is open to other zines from other zinesters, specially focusing on collaborations with other small press projects.
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Actually the distro is open to other zines from other zinesters, specially focusing on collaborations with other small press projects. You can find some of the zine on [[Fanzinoteca Ambulant]] and [[Zines of the Zone]].
  
 
==Zines Published==
 
==Zines Published==
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* ''Sweet Duck'' by [[Robert Roura]]
 
* ''Sweet Duck'' by [[Robert Roura]]
 
* ''New and improved powerplant 94'' by [[Robert Roura]]
 
* ''New and improved powerplant 94'' by [[Robert Roura]]
* ''Sea Bridge'', published by [[Pere Saguer]]
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* [[Sea Bridge]], published by [[Pere Saguer]]
* ''Lands speak record'', by [[Pere Saguer]], 2012
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* [[Lands speak record]], by [[Pere Saguer]], 2012
 
* ''Food Chain'', by [[Pere Saguer]] and [[Leonardo Amico]], 2012
 
* ''Food Chain'', by [[Pere Saguer]] and [[Leonardo Amico]], 2012
 
* ''The collage age'', by [[Pere Saguer]]
 
* ''The collage age'', by [[Pere Saguer]]
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* "California" by [[Pere Saguer]]
 
* "California" by [[Pere Saguer]]
 
* "Christopher discovered america by mistake" by [[Pere Saguer]]
 
* "Christopher discovered america by mistake" by [[Pere Saguer]]
* "Manhattan" by [[Pere Saguer]]
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* [[Manhattan]] by [[Pere Saguer]]
* "Agno3" by Carles Palacio
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* "Agno3" by [[Carles Palacio]]
 
* "Stories" by [[Fábio M. Roque]]
 
* "Stories" by [[Fábio M. Roque]]
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* [[Internet Romance]] by [[Sergi Serra Mir]]
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* [[Capitalismo Barbarie]] by [[Carles Palacio]]
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* [[No saquen las flores]] by [[Pere Saguer]]
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* [[2pm 6am]] by Irene Serrano Robledo
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* "Pilgrimage" by Ekaterina Solovieva
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* "Altres tafaners" by [[Pere Saguer]]
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* "Silent Chromatism" by Sarah Edwards
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* "Bright on 30" by Carlos Cancela
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* "Northwestern wild" by Paula Prats
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* "Northwest district" by [[Robert Roura]]
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* "Crosta Brava" by [[Carles Palacio]]
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* "Hope" by Heidi Seraphim
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* "Internet Romance 2" by [[Sergi Serra Mir]]
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* "Patufet" by [[Pere Saguer]]
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* "Vietnam's Reunification Express" by Isma Montfort
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* "Duality of Loneliness" by Vertice Vortex
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* "Castreccioni" by [[Pere Saguer]]
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* "Landscapes" by Clémentine Thomas
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* "Those Days" by Yu Koo
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* "Barn Skull" by Jude Griebel
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* "El confort dels estranys" by [[Pere Saguer]]
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* "Catacrack" by [[Pere Saguer]]
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* "Technoland" by Toru
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Latest revision as of 04:50, 7 April 2015

Bad Weather Press (since 2004) is a north catalan zine distro. It was founded by Robert Roura and Pere Saguer in 2004, at the town of Cassà de la Selva, Catalunya. Since 2004 they have published collective and individual work. Robert Roura focused his publications on comics and psychological topics. Pere Saguer specialised on graphics and photozines.

Actually the distro is open to other zines from other zinesters, specially focusing on collaborations with other small press projects. You can find some of the zine on Fanzinoteca Ambulant and Zines of the Zone.

Zines Published

Sea Bridge
Photozine
Cover by Pere Saguer

External Links