zines

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 »

Rejoice! There's a New, Inclusive Sex-Ed Comic Book

If your sexual education was anything like mine, every few years you and your peers were rallied into crowded classrooms, separated by gender, and were schooled on the happenings of your body. By the time you were in high school, you may have been fortunate enough to receive some vague and... Read more »

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Here’s all the news on our radar this morning! • Looking for some fresh reading material? Well there are thousands of zines by queer POC to check out, so h... Read more »

Legendary Indie Music Nerd Zine chickfactor Celebrates 21 Years in Print

“Hey, uh, do you have chickfactor?” I walked into Other Music in New York’s East Village, and asked the bearded, plaid-ed clerk, hoping he had the iconic music zine’s 17th print edition in stock.  His Beardedness pointed me to a shelf with several other too-cool-for-... Read more »

BiblioBitch: PoC Zine Project

I’ll admit, I kind of fudged when I said this would be a three-part series about zine artists I love. Honestly, I could probably do a fifty part series on zine artists I love, then publish it as a memoir called Can I Be You? But I’m not doing that, and instead, I’m going... Read more »

Sm{art}: Diggin' Deep With Cristy C. Road

Cristy C. Road, a Miami-raised, Brooklyn-based, Cuban-American illustrator, writer, and of course, total dreamboat, is no stranger to DIY, punk, queer, zine, and activist communities all over the place, and certainly no stranger to the pages of... Read more »

Sm{art}: Queer Zine Machine, Edie Fake

You know when you come across a super rad zine artist and you’re really into their work, then you casually waltz into a comic shop, and you find one or two of their zines from years and years ago, but you get pretty bummed that the zine and comic shops in your area don’t have a... Read more »

Sm{art}: #1 Must Have: Queer Photo Zine

 If you are looking for a new queer photo zine to brighten up your day, look no further than #1 Must Have. Just on its second issue, this new Seattle-based zine captures queer folks through “visibility, celebrating diverse queer people... Read more »

Sm{art}: Eve Gilbert

She’s been praised by R. Crumb and compared to Bukowski, but she still doesn’t have a Wikipedia page. She’s rather elusive, but she has a reason: “My paintings are the only place I feel... Read more »

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