Loserdom – It Hasn’t Gone Away You Know.

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Loserdom is Dublin’s longest running print zine. Coming out sparodically, it’s always a top notch hand grenade of DIY culture and politics. Issue 23 is out now.

There’s a collection of interviews over here with some of Dublin’s zinesters. They were done a few years ago around the annual zine fair, and were featured in this Totally Dublin article.

In an era of print on demand, PDF’s and desk top publishing – quite a lot goes into making a zine. Its a very hands on art form, and this old Youtube video here captures the brothers doing their labour of love.

Loserdom 23 is out now.

76 A5 pages featuring:

Corks’ Fanzine Heyday: Interviews with classic Cork zines: – Morty, Sunny Days – Jim Comic, Choc-a-Bloc – Fergus, Warm Socks – Mark, Nay Nay and Thrice Nay, Violent Phobia – Seán, Protest, illustrator

Rendition flights at Shannon Airport: Interview with peace activist Ed Horgan Cycletouring the Montes de Andalucia: biketrip story by Peadar Cork World Naked Bike Ride: account of the clothes- free cycle Book Reviews by Julia Fossil Living with mental health column by Craig Upheaval Zine reviews and more

€3 or €4 postpaid.

You can pick up a physical copy from these locations here.

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