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A zine group for zinesters who identify as "feminist" and bring that element to there zine writing.

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Comment by Thrive Collective on June 23, 2014 at 7:53am

NOTTINGHAM ZINE FETIVAL 2014- Contact thrivecollective@outlook.com to get an application! Hoep to see you all there!


http://wemakezines.ning.com/events/nottingham-zine-festival-2014?xg...

Comment by Zeina V. on June 2, 2014 at 2:07pm

Hey all, I have a new Vapour Trails 'zine out. It's called Ethnicity & Existentialism (it's not philosophical, but it is about race and representation, as well as my personal experiences as a mixed person of colour). It's a little all over the place, but it took a long time to put together. Each page's background is painted with watercolours and it is 21 half-sized pages.
$5 to help me break even from those god awful colour photocopy costs (after I make it back I'll consider trades, but not quite yet!)
Here: https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/191366031/vapour-trails-2-ethnicity...
and here: http://ohremember.bigcartel.com/product/vapour-trails-2
Thanks!

Comment by Daisy Salinas on May 29, 2014 at 6:16pm

Muchacha fanzine Issue #9 “Body Positivity” CALLS OUT TO POC, trans* folks, disabled badasses, women, curvy/voluptuous/fat/thick Goddesses/Gods/Genderqueers, and lesbians/gays/bis/queers to submit poetry, prose, art, comics, photography, quotes, scripts, musical lyrics, ramblings, etc. concerning body positivity. Submissions are very open to interpretation and can include but are not limited to discussions/art related to how race, gender, size, sexuality, able-bodiedness, age, and class intersect with ideas related to body positivity and/or embodiment.

Contact me at Riotgrrrl56@yahoo.com with submissions. The deadline is Tuesday, July 1st and all contributors will receive a free copy when this edition is released in mid-July!

Note: *This edition of Muchacha aims to challenge the mainstream white/heterosexual/able-bodied/cisgender-centric feminist movement of “body positivity” that has and continues to exclude/ignore the fact that many marginalized people have distinct experiences with their bodies that are often underrepresented in our society. Another goal of this summer issue is to reclaim the term “body positivity” in a way that is inclusive of diverse voices and encourages reflectivity on how bodies can also be cause for pain, conflict, and/or healing.

Comment by mina boromand on May 29, 2014 at 2:25am

I would like to support any zine archive with a feminist perspective...I also am keen to submit artwork or writing to any feminist, anti capitalist zine

Comment by Rebekah on May 28, 2014 at 8:20pm

Hi Folks. I'm hoping that there are female punk zinesters in this group who would be willing to complete the following survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Wn0rzIrS9_EHP9lpess5MV1chzog3ZCHVu.... The survey is looking at the impact of reading and writing zines on punk. Thanks in advance and please let me know if you have any questions.

Comment by Jen on May 21, 2014 at 12:03am

Hey friends! I recently posted a blog post about my zine and my connection to the zine community. I also put a bunch of my zines up on my etsy shop. I'd love it if you could check them out! <3

http://www.skinnedknees.net/support-independent-press-buy-my-zines/

http://etsy.com/shop/magpiesformoons

Comment by Bani Amor on March 31, 2014 at 3:20pm

Everywhere All The Time #2: Bright Sunny Days, Dark Sacred Nights is the second issue of my travel media zine featuring stories from a year spent traveling and living in Ecuador. From hiking in the northern highlands to a shack on the Pacific coast, the zine spans terrain, time and mood through text and black and white photos. The writing is influenced by my identities – queer, mestiza, POC, feminist, writer, weirdo – and is cut by quotes from Junot Díaz, Gloria Anzaldúa and James Baldwin. 36 pages, typewritten/handwritten and some computer writing, black and white with color cover. Order (on Etsy) here!

Comment by Aimee Lusty on March 28, 2014 at 8:13am

GARDEN OF THE WOMANIMAL : CAROLINE PAQUITA

Opening reception + Zine Launch, Saturday April 12, 2014, 7 - 10pm

Booklyn Artists Alliance, 37 Greenpoint Ave, 4FL. Brooklyn, NY booklyn.org

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The Booklyn Art Gallery is pleased to present GARDEN OF THE WOMANIMAL, an installation by Caroline Paquita and a small survey of thirteen years of drawings, paintings, prints, sculptures and zines.

GARDEN OF THE WOMANIMAL explores a recurring theme throughout the recent years of Caroline’s work, depicted in a wide variety of media, a cult of  “womanimals” half-women/half-wild animals are illustrated in landscapes of playful sexual scenarios, mystical adventures, and explorations of nature and the body. The womanimals’ corrupt playfulness and exuberance are contrasted by the meticulously clean line work of Paquita’s drawings and paintings. Newer works are surrounded by thirteen years of imagery demonstrating the evolution towards this theme and its stylized representation.

Culling works from her personal collection GARDEN OF THE WOMANIMAL creates an audacious yet welcoming environment of new and past works including drawings, paintings, screenprints, paper mache, sewn soft sculpture, wood sculpture, Risograph prints and zines. The installation is climaxed by Paquita’s  new artist book, published exclusively for the exhibition, compiling years of screenprints, publishing ephemera, hand-colored Risographs, and drawing reproductions into a beautifully hand-bound hardcover limited edition.

Comment by Zeaque on February 12, 2014 at 6:40pm

Capital in Capital City Volume 0

Capital in Capital City Volume 0

The first volume of Capital in Capital City has launched!
Capital in Capital City: A clearinghouse of criticism and analysis of California Central Valley politics and culture from the perspective of the Occupy generation.

To get your hands on one or to contribute to our next volume, please check out our wordpress for guidelines or email capitalincapitalcity@gmail.com

Comment by Sophie Crow on February 11, 2014 at 10:15am

Not a zine, but DIY

My range of vagina patches, drawn from real life, no of your porn star pussies here!

https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/TheOysterKnife?section_id=14970005&...

 

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