Send cash, not checks. Despite what your mother told you,
send green U.S. money to these magazines. If you must write a
check, leave the payee blank, and bouncing checks isn't
zine rhymes with scene, not sign.
In our listing, "+" means it's the first
listing of the zine, otherwise it's a new issue since last
time QZE was published.
Check for changed prices and addresses.
Don't use the zine name on the envelope if it has
words in it you wouldn't say to your grandma.
Write your name, address, and what you want on a piece
of paper. People throw envelopes away.
Zine editors are only human, and it may take a while. Try
a SASE with a reminder.
Zine editors love mail, including feedback after you get
the zine. Nobody likes a boring one-line request for a zine.
(On the other hand, elaborate requests for information may
result in delays in getting a reply.)
See the resource list to help find other genres of zines.
Don't put it off. Write and start getting zines
An I.R.C. is an international reply coupon. You can get
them at the post office, and they're useful for getting
mail back from people in other countries.
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