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"In its own modest way, this zine 'about going places you're not supposed to go' encompasses the essential tenets of great exploration writing."
—Hal Niedzviecki, broken pencil

"I get the feeling that these kids would get excited sneaking into their parent's closet. If you've just graduated from playing Nicky Nicky Nine Doors and pressing all the buttons in the elevator, then this is the zine for you." —Bic Papermate, SLAM Magazine

"Subtitled 'The zine about places you're not supposed to go', this cool zine is kind of like a hacker's guide to inner city exploration. Hotels, hospitals, subways all pose enticing signs of WELCOME to the author of this zine, signed 'Ninjalicious'. Full of pictures and adventures! Highly recommended."
—Danny Drennan, Inquisitor

"You can't help but be taken in by the sheer devilish curiosity and benevolent mischief of this person."
—Stephen Bourne, Party Pooper

"I can think of only one word to describe this 'zine: giddy. This is the product of a mind gloriously drunk on newfound power... Utterly fantastic."
Babel: Toronto Tower's Magazine Zine

"Very unique and very recommended."
—Ralph Alfonzo, Ralph

"This zine is the most brilliant thing to come along in a long time and continues to get better. Complete with pictures and in-depth reporting of the areas infiltrated, you can't help but be fascinated and inspired by the explorers involved here."
—Kerry Swinney, Speck

"Vicariously through Infiltration, I have been able to carry out my childhood/childish dream to live the life of a covert spy." —Azusa Nakamura

"This is one of the best conceptualized, informative, planned and professional-looking zines I've come across in my short time of zining. If you have the SLIGHTEST interest in what people don't want you to see, get this pronto." —Connie Tsang, Pimento

"I think what impressed me the most about the zine is that these guys are great storytellers and each contributor did such an impressive job of conveying the excitement of exploring the unknown parts of a city. Zines like Infiltration are why I like zines; they are about how odd other people are and how happy they are being odd." —Brooke Young, Xerography Debt

"Pick of the month! All the expeditions are documented with maps and photos that make me want to dress like a cat burglar and slink around beneath the city too. I love zines that do that! Highly recommended — I'm subscribing."

"Infiltration was the first zine I've seen in a long time that made me go 'Yes! This is what zines are for!' namely, disseminating forbidden but intriguing pieces of knowledge.... I cannot urge curious readers and free thinkers everywhere strongly enough: subscribe." —Jeremy P. Bushnell, Invisible City

"This is the ultimate in the underground press, highly recommended, at an absurdly low price."
—Doug Holland, Zine World

      Online Reviews and Hubbub
Boston's Weekly Dig
Broken Pencil
(#6, #12, #15)
Canadian Content (interview)
Derelict Sensation (interview)
Eye Weekly (article) (article)
Globe and Mail (article)
Halifax Herald (article)
(french stuff)
Invisible City
(#10, #15)
Jinx Magazine (article)
Loudpaper (interview)
No Media Kings (interview)
Philly CityPaper (interview)
Phony Lid
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Seattle Weekly (article)
This American Life (radio show)
Toronto Star (article)
Underdog Online (interview)
Washington Post (article)
Weekly Alibi (review)
Zine Hall of Fame (review)

NOTE: Most of these places list an old address. I can't seem to make them smarten up. The real address is:
  PO Box 511, Old Chelsea Station
  New York, NY

Back issues are available as a bundle of the complete set (issues 1-25). Postage is included in all prices. To order stuff through the mail with cash, please visit the order hut. To order stuff via Pay Pal or with a credit card, please click on the link below.