Category Archives: Eastern-European zines

Wasserdicht (Pssst #2)

Tea Hvala (the ‘thank you’ girl), from Šebrelje (a village in the moutains, west of Ljubljana, Slovenia), was still a teenager when she sent me the first issue of her zine Pssst… in 1996/97. I wrote this review in Tilt! … Continue reading

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Dario Adamic (Unmasked Creeper #1)

This interview was done by 2 Croatian young women (still in their teens at the time, if I remember well): Ana Malacic & Nikolina ‘Nina’ Majdak (from Kutina). From letters we exchanged they seemed quite adventurous and openminded, so I … Continue reading

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Nessun Dorma (Twenty 4 Hours #23)

‘Djordje’ Gvido Obradović was living in Belgrade (at that time still Yugoslavia) when we corresponded but he did this zine when he was spending time in the U.K. Besides this, it had interviews with ‘Mega City Four’, ‘Exit Conditions’, ‘Treshold … Continue reading

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Man In The Shadow (Warhead #14)

Goran Ivanovic, the editor of Warhead, was originally from Pozega, Croatia (ex Yugoslavia) but this issue was done when he was studying (political studies) in Ljubljana, Slovenia; in 1997. I believe this is the last issue of “Croatia’s oldest anarchist … Continue reading

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Nekhei Natzaa (In Media Res #5)

This is an interview published by the Croatian anarchist/activist Marko Strpic in his zine In Media Res halfway the 90s with bros. Santiago (guitarist) & Federico ‘Fede’ Gómez (vocalist). At that time they were in the Israeli band ‘Nekhei Natzaa’ … Continue reading

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Laura ‘Synthesis’ W. (Never Again #1)

Somewhere in the second half in the 90s a person named ‘Albatross’ wrote me and ordered my zine. Turned out that she was an American living in London, U.K. (She became a British citizen in 2005.). We corresponded, met, went … Continue reading

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