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Mykel Delgado. "Chronicles of a girl, her masturbating cats, and her feline obsession."
PO Box 410312
San Francisco, CA
(added 20/3/2008)

The Kitten Kore
"The zine was created by artist Gabie Strong of the indie band Canopy (aka Pussywillow). Kitten Kore was a feminist fanzine made up of articles on music, gender and feminism and included collages and drawings. It was published from 1990 till 1994." Quoted from ZineWiki.
Los Angeles, CA
(added 13/6/2007)

Kitchen Calendar
"Written by Webly Bowles, the Kitchen Calendar isn't so much a zine, but a vegan recipe calendar. Bowles' food blogs containing more unique recipes and photos can be seen in her blog Fueled by Popcorn and her photo gallery. Look out for a new cook zine coming out in 2007." Quoted from ZineWiki.
(added 13/6/2007)

"Kink is a zine by Charlotte Cooper. Published in the UK in the 1990's, Kink is described on the front cover as a "queer grrrl sex zine". Kink advertised itself as 'yours for free/a donation/a snog/some drugs'." Quoted from ZineWiki.
(added 13/6/2007)

Kindergarden Moshpit "Kindergarden Moshpit is a Riot Grrrl zine. Previously the editor had released a feminist/Riot Grrrl zine called Pretty on the Inside, co-edited with a friend. The two editors drifted apart and many of Moshpit's editor's ideas had changed since then, so she decided to start her own zine. She writes, "I'm still not completely sure what the purpose of Kindergarden Moshpit will be, I'm not aiming for anything specific. Maybe its a search to 'find myself' or some shit like that. Who knows". Quoted from ZineWiki.
i_heart_babydoll [AT]
(added 13/6/2007)

Kimagure No Dowa Hon "Kimagure No Dowa Hon is the first collaborative zine between Carolee Gilligan Wheeler and Jennie Hinchcliff, 'Kimagure No Dowa Hon' is loosely translated as “a storybook of whimsy” in Japanese. It can be said that this zine uniquely captures the feeling of ryoshu: the loneliness one feels when traveling or on a journey." Quoted from ZineWiki.
(added 13/6/2007)

Kids Love Weapons
"Two words: pure entertainment. From weird personals ads to a racy IM conversation to strange news articles ("Winged Cat 'From Hell' Put to Death in Central Russia") and a list of fun words (adoxography, anagapesis), this is all you could as for in a sine. Also contains a piece of original fiction, some journal entries, an interview with Alec K. Redfern of the band "The Eyesores", amd zine/book/music recommendations. I don't know about you, but Rachael has a permenant fan in me." Zine by Rachael. Quoted and available to order from Blank Page Distro.
(added 2/2/2007)

Krazy Katlady Cookbook 1: A Vegan Cookbook (of food for humans) "Heather and Tiffany created this cookbook as a benefit for local no-kill animal shelters in Portland, OR. 100% of their profits for this zine are donated, and since as of right now they've got an amazingly good (free) copy hook-up, the cats and dogs of this town are breathing a little easier. It's food for humans, not cats though. When they lived together and you visited their house you'd be greeted by top notch biscuits among other delicacies. This cookbook also includes yummy pancakes, cheese sauce, jambalaya, lasagna, broccoli and rice casserole, macaroni salad, hush puppies, gumbo, stuffed peppers, and lots more delicious goodies. Top notch "comfort food" that they prepare constantly." Zine by Heather & Tiffany. Quoted and available to order from feed your head books.
(added 31/01/2007)

Kubba, f[r]omerly dumpstered apples
"This is kind of the travel issue (funf), but includes a lot of short stories and is pleasing to the eye. travel stories are written more like fiction rather than boring point-by-point retelling. also includes some reviews and photography. will be printed shortly." Zine by Jessica. Quoted from
bike_terrorist [AT]
(added 14/09/2006)


"In the past Victoria wrote a zine called Magnatozia and now the title has been transformed into Koocachoo. Miss V still gives us intense writing with a soft edge to it. In Vol 1. of Koocachoo, she explains her feelings about enjoying her personal space as well as the thought of close friendships. Vicky writes about discovering the meaning of what it entails to be a father, changing her surname and some memories of school." Quoted and available to order from Sweet Candy Distro.
(added 11/9/2006)

Kanker Fit!
"Kanker Fit is Jenny Xie's new mosaic-Type perzine, meaningn there`s a little bit of everything thrown in. Poetry, short stories, a coffee quiz(!), and a d.i.y. section on how to create your own 'Swishy Boob Tube'. Very well written and entertaining." Quoted and available to order from Desert City Death Distro.
(added 1/06/2006)


"from the writer: rhymes. drawings. rambles. stories. lyrics. sketches. distro review: it sounds just like any other zine, but kelsy #1 is full of some beautiful writing and drawings. another great aussie zinester to be proud of!" Quoted and available to order from Fatcheeks Distro.
(added 02/05/2006) 

knock on formica zine

"Knock on Formica #1 was an eighth size, 48-paged personal/literary zine. It contained a short autobiography, a piece about me and my boyfriend, a comic, a rant about the zine-lack in Southwestern PA, dormroom digital photography, and two short stories (sold out)..Knock on Formica #2 is a sixth size, 36-paged literary zine. Five short stories w/a quasi-science fiction bend, super freaking text heavy. Twelve different cover designs, hand-illuminated covers, mediocre-to-good copy job. One dollar or trade, trades please email first." Quoted and available to order at Tastes Like Newsprint Distribution distro.
davenportavenger [AT]
(added 5/8/2003, webpage inactive 09/02/2006)

A personal zine by Sarah Dyer "The smallest and most little-known part of my zine-doings, Kikizine is a personal zine I started because some of the things I wrote just didn't fit anywhere else. It's also where some of the earliest Action Girl comics actually appeared. Kikizine first came out in late 1993, and has only been published a few times since." Find out who Kiki is!

Kristy’s Riot Grrrl Review

This website by Kristy is a great resource site for feminist fanzines, resources, and music from 1994-1999! LOTS and LOTS of riot grrrl zine reviews!!! Kristy Chan
Florida, USA

women speak
“This is a forum for women of all ages, sexual orientations, and ethnicities to open their minds, hearts, and mouths. This website includes written and artistic reactions to various women's issues that are not typically addressed in a public forum. With these pages I hope to offer a safe space for women to voice their experiences and ideas. is made solely by contributions from women all over the world.”
(webpage inactive 09/02/2006)

Kitty Magik
"Kitty Magik was started in 1996 and was primarily a cut-n-paste zine. it has just recently become a larger, professionally printed zine. Kitty Magik is a creative outlet dedicated to informing the public about the many different individuals who produce independent, innovative creations in the fields of music, writing, art, film, photography, and other various forms of expression in our world today." marisa does interviews with amazing grrrls! past interviews include: Kathleen Hanna, Tobi Vail, Evelyn McDonnell, Tami Hart, Molly Neuman and many more! Check for past and forthcoming issues! No. 6 is out end of December.
kitty magik (marisa),
PO Box 96
Whitehouse Station
NJ 08889-0096

kittymagikzine [AT]

Kurt Cobain Was Lactose
Intolerant Conspiracy Zine

From the Kurt Cobain Was Lactose Intolerant Conspiracy Zine Manifesto: "6. Courtney didn't kill Kurt Cobain, milk did." That's what this zines tries to prove, if you want to find out more about this conspiracy zine, write to:
PO Box 27894
Los Angeles, CA 90027

A beautiful zine hand-set and printed with a letter press. With well-written stories this zine is published every two months! Artnoose
crafty [AT]
PO Box 3525
Oakland, CA 94609


“An art zine with splashes of prose and poetry.”
PO Box 253
Roselands, Sydney
NSW 2196
polyethylated [AT]


“I became interested in anarchy because of my own interest in the self-actualization process. In the process of pushing the envelope of my human potentials, I realized that a huge and intimidating force stood in my way – life as we know it, a.k.a. capitalism and hierarchy.” This zine is put out by W.A.C. Volume 6, Issue# 1 closely examines anarchy on various levels. It also provides articles on the achievements and activities that W.A.C is currently involved in.
Women’s Action Coalition
PO Box 528037
Memphis, TN 38152
(added 10/17/2002) 


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