Electric Dirt: Queer Appalachia Is Redefining Southern Identity

The collective is promoting art, activism, and culture in the South while building queer community.

Cut & Paste: Zines About Food

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

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 »

Pages