Zine Projects

“A zine is most commonly a small circulation self-published work of original or appropriated texts and images usually reproduced via photocopier.”

– Wikipedia

The Talbot-Heindl Experience, LLC started out of a compzine project called The Bitchin’ Kitsch, and has slowly been expanding our zine-xperience  from there.

Zine projects in The T-H Experience include:

  • Absolutely Fantastic – a zine series that explores ideas that are absolutely fantastic. If you have something you want to see illustrated and brought to life, all you need do is ask.
  • Chupacabra – a one-off zine that explores life from the view of el chupacabra.
  • Holy Cats – a zine project explores the amazingness that is cats. And sometimes people who are drawn as cats. But mostly, cats.
  • On the 7th Day – a monthly compzine that asks people to submit photographs and descriptive words of what they do on their own time, when they aren’t working for “the man.”
  • The Bitchin’ Kitsch – a monthly compzine that takes submissions for artwork, written work, songs, and videos from anyone who has something to say.
  • The Happy Hired Hand – a zine was created in response to some not so pleasant employment situations and is meant to be a minimum guide as to how to keep your hired hands happy.
  • What “They” Say – a one-off zine that explores the things that politicians and talking heads say.
  • #YesAllWomen – a one-off zine that takes a look at the Tweets that people posted during the #YesAllWomen phenomenon and the violent, horrible responses they received.

Most zine projects are available for sale in the online shop. If you have a zine idea that you would like to see happen, do let a Talbot-Heindl know, and we may just make a new one just for you.