Someone Said was a zine from Olympia, Washington, U.S.A., published by Tam.
Someone Said was a free zine released in the late 1980's. Issue one was photocopied zine printed on color paper. Issue two was a large size black and white zine printed on newsprint in the style of a freesheet; unlike many freesheets however, it was equally divided between text and images.
Issue 1 features events happening in Olympia, Washington and includes articles on the independent labels of the Northwest such as K, Cassette Mythos, Taang!, Subcore, and Make Toast Not War; articles on the bands The Melvins and Beat Happening; a review of a show where events got out of hand; illustrations by Carrie McNinch, Eric Greenwalt, and Cliff Green; and photos of the bands Beat Happening, Unseen Force, and Dangermouse.
Issue 2 featured an interview with the band Mecca Normal; articles on Sedition Press; Make Toast Not War, an Olympia, WA, cassette tape label; a centerfold collage by Eric Greenwalt of Sedition Press; reviews of recordings by The Sins, Gash, Th' Inbred, Fifth Column, and Dangermouse; a review of activist publication AntiMedia; illustrations by Carrie McNinch and Cliff Green; graphics by Chris Winkler; comics by Carrie McNinch, Luna Ticks, Barb Warr and Ignatz Green; and photos of Donna Dresch of Noxious Fumes, Jean Smith and David Lester of Mecca Normal and Steve Albini of Big Black.