Describe your zine style. What can we expect to find at your table?
You can expect the same format we’ve been using for the last 11 years! DIY newsprint punk fanzine with a one-color glossy cover.
Where do you work on your zines?
We work out of 540 sq. foot office filled to the gills with records, zines, CDs, skateboards, and speakers.
What are your three favorite small-press/DIY publications?
My three favorite DIY publications are Nuts!, Seven Inches To Freedom, and Wet Cement. And if Wet Cement is no longer publishing – and I don’t think it is – then I’ll say Drunken Master or Trainwreck.
What advice would you give to a first-time zinester or to an aspiring zinemaker?
Only print content that you’re truly proud of.
What’s the best thing that ever happened to you because of zines?
Other than going to LA Zine Fest, one of the best things to happen to me because of zines is of course all the great people I’ve met from around the world who are just as obsessed as I am with keeping print media alive!
Find Razorcake online at Razorcake.org.