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Mental Health Zines

zinesters who write and create zines about mental health, mental illness, personal struggles and work around it, advice and support, resources, and everything else around this theme.

Members: 294
Latest Activity: Sep 23

Discussion Forum

I am having a hard time finding zines on Eating Disorders... Any suggestions? 7 Replies

Started by Julia Kirk. Last reply by Heather Joy Jackson Jul 6.

how do you do it? make zines about mental health stuff, that is 8 Replies

Started by Niku. Last reply by missmuffcake Jan 29.

Your favorite zines about mental health 8 Replies

Started by steph sprout. Last reply by missmuffcake Jan 29.

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Comment by fishspit on February 27, 2013 at 1:08pm

concerning the comment by adrian fynch  . . . I have been writing zines dealing with mental health for 25 years! I'm up to issue #58 . .. but, i don't do facebook and the other address down there doesn't work. Don't you all just have a regular address i could post these too! they are very wild! many stays in southern hell holes! lots of p.c.p. psychouts! Not to be missed!

if anyone else wants one write me at Fishspit 1304 175th Pl NE, Bellevue, WA

98008.  it is always free and always entertaining. but if you got one to trade, send it on!  Wiseblood! the official gazzette of the mentally ill!!!!!!! ha ha ha ha ah ha ha ha ha

Comment by Adrian Fynch on February 27, 2013 at 12:49pm

Hey everyone!

My friend and I have started a new distro specifically about zines dealing with mental health. We are looking for submissions! Check out our manifesto here: https://www.facebook.com/GuanoDistro and contact us through there or at guano.distro[at]gmail[dot]com

Comment by Jen on January 17, 2013 at 6:36pm

She's Not a Morning Person #09

Written in November 2011, this zine chronicles my complicated relationship with my recently deceased dad. I talk about my childhood and what it was like to grow up in a chaotic, oftentimes abusive household and what it was like to grow up with an addict. There is also writing on how my relationship with my father shaped me, for both the good and the bad. The zine is raw, emotional, and extremely honest. If abuse, addiction, or grief are triggers for you, please read with care.

I love trades - especially if your zine is about mental health or cats. I'm also going to be at the LA Zine Fest next month if you're attending. Or you can buy for $3ppd.

Comment by Jenny Hughes on January 13, 2013 at 3:59am


I've written two issues of Peach, Plum, Pear. It's a perzine mostly about daily living and past experiences with depression.

I wrote these in the last few years but just wanted to say that they're now available in their entirety on my photos for anyone that's interested.

Thanks, Jenny :)

Comment by zoe blaq on December 13, 2012 at 4:03pm

Please participate in this interconnected story I would like to tell based on my eclectic artsy friends from all over the world. Meaning you! Take pictures, share thoughts, feelings, hopes, emotions ON THE DATE OF DECEMBER 21st.

Is it the end of the beginning or the beginning of the end? Does it matter?

I will be putting together Abstract By Nature #3 - a zine anthology of all of our works.


Please send pictures, art work, poetry, short stories, sex stories, band stories, testimonials, etc.

*No longer than half of a page.


I hope to hear from you!

Comment by DawnZilla on November 19, 2012 at 9:54pm

Call for Submissions - Violence in Our Own Communities

I’m working on a zine about addressing violence and abuse within our own communities. Here’s all the info:

I am specifically looking for submissions from people who consider themselves part of punk/hardcore, activist, and/or radical communities. These “communities” may or may not be tied to specific geographic locations. I am thinking broadly when I say “violence and abuse” as possibly including emotional, physical, sexual, and/or intimate partner violence and abuse, as well as violence that is based around race, ability, class, gender, sexuality, or other factors. “Addressing” this violence might include prevention, intervention, and/or responses after the fact.

That being said, the questions are up to your own interpretation. You are invited to write as little or as much as you’d like to any or all of the questions, and to focus on a single community or whatever seems most important to you. Please think of them more as prompts and don’t feel limited to “just” answering the questions.

So here are the prompts:

- Please give some background information about yourself and the communities you consider yourself to be a part of.

- What do you believe is the responsibility of your communities to address violence and abuse within them?

- How have you seen violence and abuse actually addressed within your own communities?

- How would you like to see your communities address violence and abuse within them?

- In what ways have your communities been successful in addressing violence and abuse within them?

Please let me know if/how you’d like your name included in the zine along with any contact info you’d like shared so others can reach you directly.

I’m also going to try something a little different with this. If you have contributed to the zine by Sunday, Nov. 24th, you will be able to read all of the other submissions received by then and invited to share any other thoughts/responses. I will also group submissions by location (if mentioned) to hopefully make it easier to connect to people closer to you.

You can send submissions to me at zilla@staykind.com. Please get in touch with any questions and pass this on to anyone else you know who may be interested.

Thanks so much!

Comment by ZippityZinedra on November 2, 2012 at 9:54am

Different Shades of normal is now in it's first issue.

It's 50 pages long and handwritten.

Topics include: mental illness (schizophrenia), self-destruction, etc. This zine's central focus is Love-whether Loving another or relearning to Love one self again.

Email me at sandra_reiki_@hotmail.com . Love to trade :)


**(watching a woman self-destruct while doing nothing is not a revolutionary act)**

Comment by tilwearefree on October 24, 2012 at 5:39pm

My first perzine, is finished as of two days ago! Available for trade or cost for printing/shipping cuz I'm poor! ($3 to ship to you)

This zine is a personal zine about childhood trauma, my struggles to keep myself sane in the midst of a toxic home life, and my experience with the mental health system beginning at a young age. This zine is an attempt to process these traumas and come to peace with them. Zine 1 of many.

Comment by Indigo on October 20, 2012 at 4:24pm
So stoked to have just come across this group!

I'm a grad student at ucla working on my masters in social welfare. I'm planning to put together my final research/thesis project and include a zine! I'm interning at the painted brain, a DMH contracted agency. If anyone is interested in working with me or even just having a convo about it, let me know!

Comment by dwing comics on July 31, 2012 at 10:15am

"What it is:"

My newest (5.5" x 7.5" ) zine of short stories (some dealing with stress/mental health/identity), collages and comics.

For trade:  B&W copy, 32 pages

For trades, contact me at senorita.wing(at)gmail.com

For sale ($6.50 plus $2 handling/shipping): Color copy, 32 pages

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