Ker-Bloom!

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It stands out from other perzines for a number of reasons. A lot of zines will take you to a time or place in a persons life and show you what was there. Artnoose tends to take you to a place in personal ethics and ask you what you think. Every issue is a new adventure and is often quite rewarding. Read it yourself.
It stands out from other perzines for a number of reasons. A lot of zines will take you to a time or place in a persons life and show you what was there. Artnoose tends to take you to a place in personal ethics and ask you what you think. Every issue is a new adventure and is often quite rewarding. Read it yourself.
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Ker-bloom! is letterpressed and the typeset 4"x5" cover is card stock. Each run is limited to roughly 250. It has been featured in ''The Utne Reader'' and [[The Zine Yearbook]], among other places, and is in the collection of several libraries.
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Ker-bloom! is letterpressed and the typeset 4"x5" cover is card stock. Each run is limited to roughly 250. It has been featured in ''The Utne Reader'' and ''The Zine Yearbook'', among other places, and is in the collection of several libraries as well as UCLA and New York's MOMA.
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Revision as of 17:34, 27 February 2007

Ker-bloom! is an bimonthly zine that has been letterpress printed by one vegan anarchist (a.k.a. Artnoose) since 1996. Ker-bloom! is one of the longest running (10 years) perzines.

It stands out from other perzines for a number of reasons. A lot of zines will take you to a time or place in a persons life and show you what was there. Artnoose tends to take you to a place in personal ethics and ask you what you think. Every issue is a new adventure and is often quite rewarding. Read it yourself.

Ker-bloom! is letterpressed and the typeset 4"x5" cover is card stock. Each run is limited to roughly 250. It has been featured in The Utne Reader and The Zine Yearbook, among other places, and is in the collection of several libraries as well as UCLA and New York's MOMA.

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