noun ˈzēn\

zine

1. a noncommercial often homemade or online publication usually devoted to specialized and often unconventional subject matter

2. little booklets that include lyrics, articles, and creative writings compiled by Alicia Murphy relating to overarching themes of the each of her musical projects.

Alicia is also an organizer for the Long Beach Zine Fest!

Local Honey: A Bee Zine

Local Honey: A Bee Zine

The Bee Zine profiles two organizations working to help Bee communities in various parts of America. It also features California-native, bee-friendly flower drawings by Alicia Murphy (she also drew the bees).

The Towns & Cities Zine

The Towns & Cities Zine

The Towns & Cities zine is a component of the Towns, Cities, and Little Ditties EP. The zine is a compilation of pieces that reflect upon the foundations of our society, socially and physically, and how we interact with our environment and each other.

The Water Garden Zine

The Water Garden Zine

The Water Garden zine is an informational component of The Water Garden. It contains lyrics to The Water Song AND it features articles, poems, and various pieces of information that relate to the awareness, appreciation, and issues of the world’s water systems.