Spread (Zine)

Open call for Spread 003: The Anger Issue

Submissions are now closed for Spread 003. Keep an eye on this space and our social media channels for news about its Autumn 2020 release.

Facebook: @SpreadIreland
Instagram: @SpreadZine

Download your copy of Issue Two: Data (released: Friday 26 June 2020)

Issue two is fundraising for JaJa Studios, an artist studio in Dublin in need of a new space. Rather than pay a fixed price, you can make a donation of any size to Spread and we’ll share 50% with JaJa. Learn more about how you can support Spread and donate:

Spread: Music, Sex and DIY Culture

In 2019, Lazer Guided Reporter launched a new Dublin based zine, Spread. A collaborative project between Yvonne Kiely (LGR) and Mairead Mullan (visual artist), Spread is a new space for conversations about music, sex, and DIY culture in Ireland. With Spread we aim to create an interactive space for readers and to have critical conversations around these topics and we certainly welcome submissions. The topics of these conversations can be marginalised, popularised, or mainstream – it is how these topics are addressed and framed by the author that matters to us.

Read about the launch of Spread here: New Dublin Zine Launching at Sex Worker Art Exhibition.

Contact details

Features editor: Yvonne Kiely / lgrsounds@gmail.com

Design editor: Mairead Mullan / marsxmullan@gmail.com

Spread has a number of ad spaces available. A limited number of free spaces are available for volunteer groups, charities, and not for profit organisations.

To inquire about ad space contact lgrsounds@gmail.com

Facebook: @SpreadIreland
Instagram: @SpreadZine


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Spread Issue 1 (blue) ONLY 2 AVAILABLE

Featuring: Exclusive insight into gender dynamics in Ireland's music industry. Critique of gender in film. New music and gig listings. Interactive DIY politics. Original art work. Interview with a music publishing expert. First hand accounts of sex work in Ireland. Classic album review. Ireland's DIY directory.


View our photo gallery from the art exhibition which hosted the launch of Spread