Sorry Trees

From ZineWiki

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
m (Issues)
Current revision (09:49, 5 February 2008) (view source)
(formatting)
 
Line 1: Line 1:
'''Sorry Trees''' is a [[DIY]] seasonal [[zine]] based out of south central Pennsylvania. It started in the summer of 2005. The main writers are Fat Paul, LBJ, Brandy and Nick. They have [[Veganism|vegan]]/vegetarian recipes, CD reviews, band interviews, rants and various articles.
'''Sorry Trees''' is a [[DIY]] seasonal [[zine]] based out of south central Pennsylvania. It started in the summer of 2005. The main writers are Fat Paul, LBJ, Brandy and Nick. They have [[Veganism|vegan]]/vegetarian recipes, CD reviews, band interviews, rants and various articles.
-
==Issues==
+
===Issues===
'''Issue 1''': interviews with MDC, life set struggle and thumbs up!, women in the scene, Mister Rogers article, moshing etiquette, cd reviews, facts about fluoride and more.
'''Issue 1''': interviews with MDC, life set struggle and thumbs up!, women in the scene, Mister Rogers article, moshing etiquette, cd reviews, facts about fluoride and more.

Current revision

Sorry Trees is a DIY seasonal zine based out of south central Pennsylvania. It started in the summer of 2005. The main writers are Fat Paul, LBJ, Brandy and Nick. They have vegan/vegetarian recipes, CD reviews, band interviews, rants and various articles.

Issues

Issue 1: interviews with MDC, life set struggle and thumbs up!, women in the scene, Mister Rogers article, moshing etiquette, cd reviews, facts about fluoride and more.

Issue 2: band interviews with Our Time, Carpenter Ant, and part 2 of MDC, how to make dreads, real life zombie dogs, benefits of massage therapy, article about Rosa Parks and more.

Issue 3: interviews with Kill Your Idols, The Spark and Rob from Roburrito, article about alcohol abuse, article about Marilyn Monroe, a 7 part series about LBJ's warped tour adventures and more.

Issue 4: band interviews with DI and Bail Out, vegan recipes, self defense information, review for the hit tv show Attack Of The Show, and more.

External Links

Personal tools