Orlando Zine Fest (Facebook) is back for another year of celebrating the local zine scene.

The word “zine” is short for magazine and refers to a form of self-published print products usually created with photocopiers. Zines are usually printed for a small circulation of under 1,000 copies but that varies, and are meant to share points of view rather than to make a profit, but there are as many different types of zines in the world as there are artists and writers.

Orlando Zine Fest will be taking place at Will’s Pub sister space, Dirty Laundry, located at 1042 N. Mills Avenue on Saturday, December 14 from 5-9 p.m.

Check out the growing list of zine producers that will be in attendance:

  • 44:16
  • Ask First, Nurturance & Accountability
  • Bonk!
  • Book Arts Guild of Central Florida
  • Boysgiant
  • Citrus Beat Press
  • Clicks and Echoes
  • Darkphin, Haiku, The Worm, Nudes, & more
  • Demented Comix
  • DNL HRS / Infinite Weed
  • Don’t tell mom
  • extrusion
  • Female Trouble
  • Flimsy Premise Comix
  • Hawt & Popular
  • Illuminated Paths and Broken Machine Films
  • Invasion on Aisle 2, Acid Rain hurricane, Toddula, & more
  • It’s All Good
  • Ivan Riascos
  • Ivy Hollivana
  • Jacoub Reyes / Antipress
  • Joyce Rice / Teenyrobots
  • Letters to Nowhere Vol. 2
  • Liv Jonse
  • “Love is…” Jason Littlefield
  • Love Your Rebellion
  • M.N.S.T.R
  • Nico Lucido
  • No, Nothing. Magazine
  • Orlando Area Science Fiction Society
  • Poe
  • Psych Cat
  • Rebel Hearts Publishing
  • Rollins College
  • Signals and Observations
  • Slightly Erotic Magazine
  • Standard Action Press
  • The Hive: A Makerspace at the Orlando Science Center
  • The Sensory Times
  • With My Heavy Heart

Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of Bungalower.com

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