Senorita, a KL based zine, is a collection of prose, poetry and short stories of young women who speaks of love, heartbreaks, strengths and moving on. The materials in this zine are collected from the writers’ (Para Jamaludin, Kaka Perawan, Dyra J and 14 other female writers) blog. The writings inside are in English and mostly in Malay, written in a deep but urban language but no worries you’ll get it. The metaphors used are synonyms of how these girls feel inside.

So I guess right now you might be wondering what a zine is right? Well, zine (/ˈziːn/ zeen; an abbreviation of fanzine, or magazine) is most commonly a small circulation publication of original or appropriated texts and images. More broadly, the term encompasses any self-published work of minority interest usually reproduced via photocopier. – Wikipedia.

Now you know. This zine is perfect for guys looking for a present for their girlfriends or maybe just wants to know what a girl really wants. And girls, this just might be the inspiration for you to be stronger and enjoy your life as you should be.

Unfortunately, there’s aren’t any links included to check out other materials from the writers. But, if you want to get you own Senorita you can go to Senorita’s:

Facebook page: Senorita Zine

or follow Senorita on Twitter: @SenoritaZine

or just send an e-mail at: petisuratsenorita[at]gmail[dot]com

or, you can get your copy from Buku Jalanan Kota Kinabalu (Facebook/Twitter).

Senorita will be coming out with its second edition, so, to the ladies out there, if you want to be one of the contributors, do reach Senorita via the details given. Who knows that this might just be the kick start of you indie writing career!

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2 thoughts on “Senorita

  1. Cuyung says:

    Y book….y No food…haha

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