In January, Melissa from Cherry Bomb Comics was part of a panel of speakers at the London Zine Fest @ the Women's Library. The panel, which was about Women's Media Collectives, included women from Outwrite, See Red & RAG and was hosted by Debi Withers. A link to the discussion can be found here: http://www.archive.org/details/ZineFest09.
Also! on Thursday 19th March, Londoners can have another opportunity to check out some New Zealand zines at the Cherry Bomb Comics stall which will be running during the Feminist Cafe, which is to be held at RampART, on Rampart St (off Commercial Road), from 7pm-11pm and will include feminist films, vegan food, cakes and drinks (£5 entry incl food). This is being organised by FemAdLib Kolektiv, which is a group intent on creating space for explicitly political feminist art, acting as a challenge to sexist, heteronormative art/artists/collectors and curators. You can find out more about this group on their blog here: http://femadlibkolektiv.blogspot.com.
And finally, http://dandizette.net/ is an online gazette about deviant media and all its forms. Recently Dandizette included comments from Melissa in an article about zines.
Oh wait, definitely finally: check out http://www.grassrootsfeminism.net, a new website put together by Red Chidgey and Elke Zobl (from the Grrrlzine network), with the intention of providing "a transnational community platform ad living history archive". There's tons of stuff on here, including interviews with New Zealand woman Rayna who makes Hoopla craft zine, and Ladyfest organisers from around the world.