DUM DUM Zine is now open for ongoing web submissions!

DUM DUM Zine is now open for ongoing web submissions!

When we're not publishing our annual zine, we're constantly searching for new multi-platform literature and art to share online. Submit here!
Issue No. 5: POST & PRESENT Now Available Online!

Issue No. 5: POST & PRESENT Now Available Online!

Finally available for purchase online after a year of its original release! Issue No. 5, “POST & Present,” is a postcard book containing a mixture of text and image.
Issue No. 4: LOST & BOUND

Issue No. 4: LOST & BOUND

For DUM DUM Zine's Issue No. 4, we collected an array of “lost” or discarded objects from free bins, lost and founds, and other public places in Los Angeles.
Issue No. 3: PUNKS & Scholars

Issue No. 3: PUNKS & Scholars

Issue No. 3: "PUNKS & Scholars" is an experimental issue containing writing and multimedia objects that fit inside a 45" record mailer box.
Issue No. 2: LIGHTNESS & DARKNESS

Issue No. 2: LIGHTNESS & DARKNESS

Issue No. 2 is a literature and music album release called "Lightness & Darkness," released in audio form.
Issue No. 1: CITIES & STATES

Issue No. 1: CITIES & STATES

Issue No. 1: CITIES & STATES was released in Los Angeles in the Fall of 2011, printed on a 17x22 broadside on newsprint.
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Text Message Interview with Witchsy, by Megan Ranger

Text Message Interview with Witchsy, by Megan Ranger

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Text Message Interview with Marisa Crawford, by Julia Gibson

Welcome back to Text Message Interviews! This month we text with Marisa Crawford, girl culture writer and poet extraordinaire, and the founder of the feminist literary webzine Weird Sister.

4 Stories by Pip Craighead

4 Stories by Pip Craighead

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L.A. Zine Fest DuM Recap! by Rosa Quezada and Julia Gibson

L.A. Zine Fest DuM Recap! by Rosa Quezada and Julia Gibson

Participating at LA Zine Fest has been a DUM DUM Zine tradition since its inception. For DUM DUM Zine and any aspiring zinester in L.A., spring has always been synonymous with ZINE FEST and though we did not officially table this year (read more about this in our Letter from the Editor) we decided to DUM...
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A missive from our Editor Taleen Kali about this year's L.A. Zine Fest, some DUM updates, and a new zine!
Six Prose Poems by Parker Tettleton

Six Prose Poems by Parker Tettleton

Parker Tettleton is a vegan Leo living in Portland, Oregon. He is the author of OURS MINE YOURS (Pity Milk Press 2014), GREENS (Thunderclap Press 2012), & SAME OPPOSITE (Thunderclap Press 2010) .
Text Message Interview with Laser Kitten, by Megan Ranger

Text Message Interview with Laser Kitten, by Megan Ranger

In our latest installment of Text Message Interviews, DUM DUM Zine contributor Megan Ranger gets down to the nitty glittery with Laser Kitten creator Marisa Ravel!
"Scream"  by Kyle Hemmings

“Scream” by Kyle Hemmings

Kyle Hemmings lives and works in New Jersey. He has been published in Elimae, Smokelong Quarterly, This Zine Will Change Your Life, Blaze Vox, Matchbook, and elsewhere.
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#DuMjams Mini Mix: Coming Up RIOTS!

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"Following the Self-Repair Manifesto" by Tonya Eberhard

“Following the Self-Repair Manifesto” by Tonya Eberhard

Tonya Eberhard's work has appeared in numerous literary magazines and e-zines. Her most recent work can be found in Picaroon Poetry, Viral Cat, The Voices Project, and The Were-Traveler. She lives in Minnesota.