Cut & Paste: Zines About Food

Food isn’t simple. These five zines tell stories that connect food, family, and identity. 

Cut & Paste: Magical Girls

Get transported into the world of witches, supernatural transformation, and spells with these zines.  Read more »

Cut & Paste: Biographical Zines

From “The Life and Times of Butch Dykes” to “Bad Girls Throughout History,” we highlight awesome zines.  Read more »

Cut & Paste: Zines About Sobriety

Five powerful zines about recovery, sober living, and finding community. Read more »

Cut & Paste: Zine Writers of Color

“I was looking for zines that mirrored my experiences as a queer punk woman of color. We are more than half the world population; there must be more than 10 of us writing zines!” Read more »

Cut & Paste: Zines About Mental Health and Self Care

Stressed? Anxious? Depressed? Here are some smart, creative, feminist zines about taking care of yourself.  Read more »

Zines I Love From Bitch's Feminist Library

Favorite zines from the shelves of Bitch's feminist lending library.  Read more »

New Orleans Literary Journal "Mixed Company" Collects Black Perspectives on Art and Fiction

Many writers have tried to put words to the New Orleans experience. Read more »

Cut & Paste: Five Black Zine Lives

  The founding zine librarian at Barnard College highlights five zines by Black writers.  Read more »

New Zine Anthology "Ofrenda" Explores Identity and Culture

Ofrenda: A Zine Anthology takes us through 20 years zine-making, as writer Celia C. Pérez tackles issues of identity, culture, and selfhood. Read more »

Six Great Small Press Titles You Should Seek Out

Now in its third year, Short Run is a women-owned arts organization in Seattle that celebrates small press in all its forms, from zines, comics, art books, and more.  We have events planned all throughout November, leading to a... Read more »