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My etsy was up, down, and is up again. Thanks for taking a look.
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oi you poofter etsy homos . . . nobody reads this . . . so why should I bother . . . but still I do . . . maybe there's somebody out there that remembers how to read. wiseblood! always free and always available for shooting the breeze with.
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read wiseblood! it's always free for the askin' . . . . the #60 issue is out. it's the "our eye's is wide open, but there ain't nobody home!" Oi! you poofters . . . wiseblood has been coming out since 1984! It's always free . . . just send a line to 1304 175th Pl. NE, Bellevue Wa, 98008 and I'll send you a copy.
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NEW YORK CITY FEMINIST ZINE FEST 2014
Do you like zines? How about feminism? Because second annual NYC Feminist Zine Fest is coming up! Mark your calenders for March 1st, 2014 from 1-6pm. This time we will be at Barnard College in uptown Manhattan, 3009 Broadway in the James Room on the 4th floor of Barnard Hall. The space is handicap accessible. We will be opening the call for tablers very soon, so if you’re a zinester or artist interested in sharing your work, keep an eye on our website (http://feministzinefestnyc.wordpress.com/) for updates. We also need volunteers to help the day run smoothly so if you think that sounds like you (or you have questions in general), email us at email@example.com! RSVP to the WMZ event here!
call for submissions! hoax #10: feminisms & EMBODIMENTS
potential ideas include, but are not limited to:
please aim to send us yr amazing material to hoaxzine (at) gmail (dot) com by march 31st, 2014. feel free to e-mail us yr ideas for topics & artwork! as always, we are willing to work with you during any and every stage of the writing process. the sooner you send us yr work, the better! check out our site for more info!
Issue 2.1 of & Octopus zine now out. Small, illustrated and handwritten zine is brewed with thought, whimsy, and nostalgia. ::FEATURED in this issue:: + Summer Nights Soundtrack + Words from My Father + Paper Boat Fortunes + Kimchi Fried Rice (no-fuss) + Characteristics Inherited + Plus other topics
More info here: http://windowfog.etsy.com
HOAX #9 - FEMINISMS & VULNERABILITIES IS NOW FINISHED, AND IS TAKING PRE-ORDERS!
- How vulnerability can combat misogyny within trans communities- Vulnerabilities and doors as a queer mixed woman- Coping with internalized misogyny, consciously staying away from men, and familial dynamics- Nuances of high school experiences- Letting go of hurtful narratives while embracing heartache and the process of “breaking down”- Views on queer identity interrogation, performance, and transparency as a punk zinester- Vulnerabilities of mental health perspectives and lack of intersectionality- Witnessing misguided white manarchist resistance to police and reflections on vulnerability of communities of color- Multi-generational healing work and vulnerabilities as a male-socialized survivor- Questioning the responsibility of self-agency after “checking out” during sex- Asking for help as a necessary self-publishing task - Experiences of racism and sexism in a hospital setting and the legitimacy of describing one’s pain- Trans women and solitary confinement- Boundary setting in the contexts of capitalism, physical and mental illness, and life crises- Inpatient hospital stays and changes in labels of one’s mental illness(es)- Loss of memory and personal history, critiquing queer/trans* growth narratives, and creating (non-)advice for non-normative teens and young adults- Vulnerability of discussing physical illness- Navigating queer attraction and desire with a history of violence- A feminist coming out monologue- Dealing with kink, trauma, and complexities of BDSM involvement- Interview Excerpt with Daniela Capistrano, Founder of the POC Zine Project- Examining the necessity of assertiveness for disabled women and asking for accommodationsThis issue also includes poems, feminists we love, current feminist heroes, and vegan recipes! ½ size, black & white, 80 pages, and very text heavy. $3US + shipping.
For more info about our current monetary situation and a note about this zine's potentially triggering content, please check out our full blog page and/or our etsy shop listing.
The third issue of & Octopus is out! This is the fall edition a little late into the season. More stories, more doodling, more fun! Thanks for looking.::FEATURED in this issue::+ Soundtracks+ Food Cravings+ Stargazing tips+ Perks about old age+ And more!Get it hot off the presses: https://www.etsy.com/listing/107353393 or send me an e-mail: windowfog [[[at]]] gmail [[dot]] com.
Muchacha Issue #4 Winter 12’ “The Funny Female Issue” In the mist of the whole “feminism & comedy” debate this summer after the Daniel Tosh fiasco (where he told a girl in the audience that he would find it amusing if she were gang raped), people were beginning to make false claims that feminists were being “too serious” and couldn’t “take a joke” . I thought about how the feminists in my life are the most hilarious people I have ever known. I reflected upon the funny female comedians, writers and humorous women on television that I have listened to, read and watched for years. I knew what the next theme of my fanzine needed to be… This diverse 38 page issue contains a variety of submissions and pieces from hilarious self-identified feminists. Subject matter ranges from feminist performance pieces (“Size 2 Pants”-Guerrilla Girls on Tour!, “How to seduce a feminist”-Sarah Fox), Feminist Disney, comics ( “The Migrant Rights Activista on Her 21st B-day” “El Senor Bobo..”) the five stages of death concerning feminism within pop, men’s menstruation, satirical feminist songs, the debate between comedy and feminism itself, feminist jokes, Female Comics of Color, Samantha Bee on Abortion, “The Wisdom of Fran Lebowitz”, Daria Morgendorffer, fictional heroines and more! This issue is dedicated to every feminist who has ever been labeled “too angry” “too serious” or “too uptight”.
To purchase a copy visit my etsy shop or to trade message me or contact me at Riotgrrrl56@yahoo.com!
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