From the website:
Whuddafug is a zine I publish very sporadically and somewhat haphazardly. Except for the earliest back issues, you won’t find Whuddafug (the zine) online. I try to keep it old school and only do hard copy printouts, which I then distribute* to various random places where I think I’ll find a captive audience who might appreciate the words: laundromats, hospital emergency rooms, commuter trains, or Greyhound bus stations. (Usually. Sometimes. It depends on my mood, how far I’m willing to drive, and how dangerous a neighborhood looks.)
[* When I say "distribute," I mean leaving a few copies atop stacks of other flyers or on an empty seat on a train. I've also been known to slip copies between stacks of books in public libraries.]
For a copy, send $2 to:
PO Box 861294
Plano, TX 75086-1294
(Trades also accepted!)
If you’ve got something you would like to submit, mail it to the address listed above, or send it to the email address listed on my contact page. I’m looking for short pieces (100 to 1,000 words) that are funny, quirky, weird or strange. No purply prose poems or haikus, please — unless, of course, it’s: funny, quirky, weird, or strange.
Payment: NOTHING. (Sorry, this is a home-grown effort.) But I will send you few FREE copies! Just be sure to include a return address with your submission.