Aisling D’Art, a third-generation artist.
http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Zine_making - Everything you need to know about Zine construction.
http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Zine_Making/Putting_pages_together - : A guide to constructing a Zine using the correct number of pages. very handy, especially if you're not sure what paper to use and how much of it is needed.
|This is the general set up for a 16 page Zine.|
This is how many pages i'm using for mine,
so this is how I will be laying mine out when
I come to make it.
http://designinstruct.com/print-design/design-a-handmade-art-zine/ - A step by step guide on making a special Zine : by David Pena, a freelance designer / illustrator. This looks absolutely awesome, wish (or hope) my Zine looks something like this.
http://www.toasted-cheese.com/ab/05-05.htm - A guide to zines, with good knowledge and information : by Stephanie Lenz.
These pages should help in the construction of my Zine. Hopefully they will also be insightful for others who may need some help with their Zines. Most of this is based on personal experiences of other makers, and everyone has many, many failures. The trick with it is too never get discouraged. You can only learn by doing, and you learn the most from your mistakes.