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« on: September 05, 2009 08:39:58 PM »

I work for an indie magazine out of Toronto, Ontario, and we have no distributor. This means I need to figure out where in the world would be appropriate to sell the magazine. You can check it out at www.wornjournal.com. We sell the magazine in indie bookstores and vintage shops generally, so if you have any ideas of what stores may be interested in selling a tiny publication, let me know. We already sell at buy olympia and we are hitting up Powell's, but beyond that, I have no idea.


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« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2009 10:13:07 AM »

Powell's sells zines. 
There's also Guapo.  http://www.guapocomicsandbooks.com/
In Other Words, a feminist bookstore. http://www.inotherwords.org/
Reading Frenzy in downtown.  http://www.readingfrenzy.com/index.php
There're a lot more, but I am typing this pre-coffee  Embarrassed Wink Huh

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