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Grief Zines

Dealing with the death of a loved one? Zines that deal with grief. Whether the loss of a sibling, parent, grandparent, cousin, uncle, aunt, partner, spouse, child, friend, mentor, pet, etc. Death can sometimes be sudden. how do you remember them? how would you like them to be remembered? There is no right or wrong way to grieve and you grieve for as long as you have to.

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Latest Activity: Jan 24, 2016

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Getting back on 'that horse' called Zine Making

HI, I was on hiatus and really stepped back from zine making. However I am back now. If you or anyone you know would like to send a submission in to Siblings Grieve 2: the learning times, please see…Continue

Started by Earla Dawn Legault Jan 24, 2016.

Call out for Submissions - - ’Siblings Grieve 2: the learning times’ 1 Reply

Hello, I'm new to the online community, add here is my first call out. Thank you to you all for the courage to 'dive in' deep. I attached a one page file to share with others who may not know what a…Continue

Started by Earla Dawn Legault. Last reply by Earla Dawn Legault Aug 31, 2015.

looking for submissions

i know short notice - sorry!Hi - I am working on a taphophile/grave/cemetery/death culture zine. I am looking for contributors to answer this question (30 -100 words please)What is your grief…Continue

Started by missmuffcake Feb 9, 2015.

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Comment by missmuffcake on April 12, 2015 at 5:06pm

The first issue of Cemetery Gates is out. This issue is about grief. Please check it out!

Comment by ZippityZinedra on March 29, 2015 at 8:49am

"Falling Apart: A zine on death, grief, mourning and loss."
This zine is about grieving and mourning the death of someone while using letters, stories, poetry, artwork, photography as a way to help cope with grief.
There is a lot of misunderstanding when it comes to the death of a loved one....a lot of "time heals all wounds," "life goes on" and "what's done is done." Am hoping this zine will try to help people understand grief and not shaming those who are mourning into silence, denial, isolation and to "just get over it."
The grief zine is 38 pages and it's typed.
Currently have 10 copies on hand. If you would like to trade, contact me through the facebook page, send a message through wemakezines or email Sandra_reiki_@hotmail.com

**Thank you to the contributors**

Comment by Lucas on March 28, 2015 at 11:07pm
Comment by A.L. on February 12, 2015 at 12:29pm

Hi, all- the first press of Issue #001 of our zine "If you'd like o hear it // I can sing it for you" is done! Our zine is focused on the negotiation of an aging body and a “forgetful” self in an unaccommodating world, as well as accounts of chronic illness and the end-of-life experiences of an aging self.

You can check out our Tumblr and Facebook. Our zines are available on our webstore, where they are selling for $1.00 + postage. Thank you for your support, and I am looking forward to sharing our work with you all. Cheers!

Comment by A.L. on December 16, 2014 at 3:36pm

If you’d like to hear it // I can sing it for you is an independent zine seeking submissions for Issue #001! This zine is focused on memory loss, and the negotiation of an aging and pathological body/brain and a “forgetful” self in an unaccommodating world, as well as accounts of chronic illness and the end-of-life experiences of an aging self.

We are seeking writings (300-500 words), photos, and artwork from folks in all of life’s ages and stages. This work is centered on intellectual/emotional criticisms and personal experiences of aging, illness, and death from caregivers, patients, and advocates. We are exploring the radical sociologies of aging, caregiving, and aging advocacy through personal experiences, progressive politics, and academic thought.

Please email agingzine@gmail.com with questions!

Comment by ZippityZinedra on December 15, 2014 at 6:47am

A Final call out before the due date:

This is a call for submissions about a zine dealing with Grief & Death called:

"Falling Apart".

Looking for contributors. Submissions can be written work (500 to 700 words), art, drawings, poetry..

Submissions should be about someone you know who has died:
parent, sibling, significant other, child, cousin, aunt, uncle, grandparent, mentor, close friend, etc.

Can be queer focused or not, atheist, deal with religion, spirituality, disability, mental illness, oppression, isolation, grief groups, abandonment, community, therapy, solitude.....

How are you dealing with your grief over their death? Who were they? How did they die?

**Am looking for first hand accounts only. They cannot be fictionalized or about celebrities one considers to be like family. And if you submit a poem, it Must be a page in length ONLY. The 500-700 word limit is ONLY for written work and does not include poems.
Am not accepting any photography at this time.
Please note: The zine will be in black and white, not in colour.

ALL submissions are subject to review before publication. Not all submissions are guaranteed publication in the zine and only those selected will be contacted.
If contacted, let us know which name you wish published (real name or alias), website you would like to promote and which mailing address you would like the zine sent to.**

Am accepting submissions until January 15th, 2015 and as compensation, each selected contributor will receive a free mailed out copy of the zine upon completion.

If interested, you can:

Message me on the wemakezines website

                        or

email at:

sandra_reiki_@hotmail.com

 

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