ZINE SALETHIS ZINE SALE HAS ENDED
THERE WILL BE MORE ZINES IN THE COMING WEEKS
If you would like to browse the
full Fanzine Sale web page, including more fandoms and
adult zines, email me,
PRICES HAVE BEEN REDUCED!!
ADD YOUR SELECTION TO THE CART TO SEE THE NEW PRICE
(You can easily remove any items you don't want by clicking "Remove" at PayPal.)
If you need to make alternate payment arrangements (to pay by check/money order by mail -- USA only, please) or have difficulty using the website, email me at email@example.com
To use the PayPal Add To Cart buttons to buy multiple zines:PayPal is set up to charge Priority International for international destinations.
Email me if you want to see if a cheaper option is possible.
ALL OF THE BLAKE'S 7 ZINES ARE NOW $4.00 OR LESS
(with one or two exceptions)
The B7 Complex zines are excellent, and have received much praise for high quality of fiction.
There is also some truly lovely art by people like Mary Bloemker, Leah Rosenthal, Laura Virgil, and many more.
And, now, what we've all been dreading.
It's expensive. Really expensive. I'm sorry about that. If it were up to me, it would be free.
To help you figure out if it's worth it to buy a zine or zines and have them shipped internationally:
-- Postage price rates. Only retail rates
apply; the lists go from most expensive rate to
cheapest. The rates that can be used for fanzines are
Express International, Priority
International Canada), First
Class Package International (up to 3.5-4 pounds,
generally). In most rate categories, you will need the
Group number to determine your postage price.
Group Number -- You will need this information
to help find the correct price column for the postage
rate you want to use. Many countries, like Germany,
have a different Country Group number for each postage
rate: one for Priority Express, one for Priority and
one for First Rate Package. This chart also shows you
the weight limit for each postal rate. (I.e. 3.5 - 4
pound limit for First Class Package to many
Most fanzines on average weigh 1 pound
each. They are usually 8.5 x 11 inches and can be
anywhere from 1/4 inch to 2.5 inches thick.
Just as an example: First Class
Package International (the cheapest rate) to Great
Britain/N Ireland will cost
A Priority Mail International Flat
I will happily figure out First Class
Package shipping if it's an option, but it helps if
you take a quick look at the rates in general and
decide if you want to pay the shipping to destinations
outside the US.