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SubTales #3 cover illustration by Fanitsa Petrou. Copyright © Fanitsa Petrou. All Rights Reserved. www.fanitsa-petrou.com
"Young Blood Zine #1" is now complete! I compiled the zine to go along with a movie my brother and I wrote and directed, "Young Blood: Evil Intentions". You can watch the trailer for the movie here: http://youtu.be/evJJgxTyP3
Young Blood Zine is 1/2 sheet size and 12 pages- $1 or trade ($2 Int'l)!
Crazed Mazes #2 (12 page preview) is also 1/2 sheet size and available for $1 or trade!
Please specify which zine(s) you would like!
Coming out with our first issue of "La Lucha!" very soon! This zine focuses entirely on the international spectacle and art of lucha libre (freestyle wrestling), specifically the masked, Mexican variety. This being our first release, it's fairly short. 10 pages. But those pages are filled with artwork from different folks around the US, including myself. You can find out more info on our project here: La Lucha!
Shape & Situate: Posters Of Inspirational European Women
Shape & Situate is a zine of posters made by artists and DIY creative folk from within Europe, each poster highlighting the (often hidden) history and lives of radical inspirational women and collectives from Europe, as a way of connecting us with the past and the present through a dynamic cultural (re-)articulation of these women’s lives.
The zine aims to activate feminist cultural memory, to inspire in the present, and to visually bring women’s social and political history to life and into view.
The zine features posters of:
No Fit State, Delia Derbyshire, Emilie Claeys, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova/Pussy Riot, Olive Morris, Bobby Baker, Gareth Peirce, Sadie Lee, Charlotte Cooper, Karen Horney, Sue Black, Brenda Greenwood, Barbara Steveni, Anne Frank, Constance Markievicz, Kathe Kollwitz , Kathleen Thomas, Penny Pepper, Dominique Abel, Maria Cobo, Leonora Carrington, Sarah Howcroft, Booan Temple, Ali Smith, Rosalind Franklin, Helen Brook, Olive Shapley.
Cj Reay, Hazel Smoczynska, Nina Nijsten, Julia Downes, Holly Casio, Charlotte Young, Sofia Niazi, Jo Harrison, Charlotte Richardson Andrews, Lucie Russell, Chella Quint, Margareta Kern, Rachael House, Benedict Rutherford, Ian Cockburn, A-K Pirata, Erica Smith, Zoraida de Torres Burgos, Jean McEwan, Ian Pepper, Michelle Mendonca, Ed Webb-Ingall, Vic Conway, Laura Simmons, Lindsay Starbuck, Natalie Bradbury.
A5 sized zine
36 pages (27 posters)
Black and white illustrations throughout.
Printed on recycled 100gsm paper. Covers printed on 170gsm card.
More information about the zine (and a list of distributors) can be found at: http://remember-who-u-are.blogspot.com
After only a measley 3 and 1/2 years wait since the last one (!!) Issue #6 of Colouring Outside The Lines zine is out...
Colouring Outside The Lines is a zine full of conversations with contemporary female artists.
This issue features interviews with:
Lauren Denitzio (USA),
Megan Kelso (USA),
Chandler O'Leary and Jessica Spring (USA),
Allyson Mitchell (Canada),
Caroline Paquita (USA),
Summer Pierre (USA),
Lindsay Starbuck (UK), and
Anke Weckmann (UK).
Cover artwork by: Amy Ng.
Each copy of Colouring Outside The Lines #6 comes with a limited edition bookmark designed and letterpress printed by Jessica Spring at Springtide Press (USA)
From the introduction:
I started this zine project back in 2005 as a way to communicate with contemporary female artists whose work I was excited by and wanted to celebrate, and also to provide a way to illuminate various corners of current female artistic and creative activity. Activity that’s not exactly in the mainstream. I’m continuing it here, in 2012, as there’s still a great deal to be said, and women to interview.
I’m interested in communicating with people, less to interview them about how or what they make, but more to ask big questions about the ‘Whys’ of their creativity, and the ‘What Fors’? This is hugely linked to individual’s lives, experiences, and politics. That to me is the interesting bit. And as such, the questions in this zine, and the conversations that have grown around them, are more about individual’s processes than of their actual production. This has led to this issue probing areas such as: confidence, accessing creativity, ‘community’, representation, art-as-activism, spreading and passing on 'good vibes', encouragement, getting stuff done, accessibility of art, working together, working outside of convention, feeling 'good enough', juggling life to make room for creativity, motivation, artistic potentials, and beyond.
A5 size zine
Black and white pages, with colour spreads featuring art from the interviewees.
Printed on 100gsm recycled paper, with cardstock covers.
For more information about the zine (and list of distributors) see: http://cotlzine.blogspot.co.uk/
I have a couple of new zines I'm super excited about!
This zine is a glossary of words used to describe sexual identity. Topics covered include: sex, gender, identity, gender identity, sexual orientation, discrimination and privilege, relationships, monogamy, non-monogamy, partners, marriage, asexuality, kink, and BDSM. Lots of helpful diagrams are included!
Visit the Etsy liting for some sample pages!
A zine about living cooperatively, intentional community, housing coops, and communal living. However you want to say it, it's a zine about sharing a home with other people. Part general overview, part how-to, part personal experience.
An Introduction to Intentional Community
Why I Live In Community
Other Economies and Intentional Community
Some Notes On Living Together
A Note About Language
General Resources List
Finding Local Resources
just uploaded issue 1 of "La Lucha!" to Rapidshare for your pdf viewing pleasure.
Hey, everyone! Issue #3 of KZine is out now! I've got a deal going on now where you can get all three issues of my zine for $10, including shipping! I have just a few copies left, so let me know!
Here's a link to preview Issue #3:
I've recently finished an illustrated (comic) version of the feminist skit "I Am What I Am", written in 1970 by Lorna Cherot. It is a dramatic sketch about a black woman trying to participate in a white feminist gathering, and the racism that ensues. I'm asking a $1 donation for a copy, since I didn't write the skit. You can order one from: Heather Wreckage/3913 Boyle Ct./Sacramento, CA 95817