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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.

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Your favorite zines about mental health 4 Replies

Started by steph sprout. Last reply by Heather Joy Jackson May 22.

I am having a hard time finding zines on Eating Disorders... Any suggestions? 5 Replies

Started by Julia Kirk. Last reply by Heather Joy Jackson May 22.

how do you do it? make zines about mental health stuff, that is 6 Replies

Started by Niku. Last reply by Jenny Hughes Jan 13, 2013.

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Comment by lise on February 24, 2010 at 11:52pm
Comment by Megan Allore on February 22, 2010 at 1:44pm
I've extended the deadline for Three Degrees, a compilation zine about people's experiences with autism. The new deadline is MARCH 22. Please see guidelines in the discussion forum.
Comment by Fluxxii on February 20, 2010 at 12:00pm
Fluxxii is looking to distro zines related to any aspect of mental health - check it out! http://fluxxii.com and http://fluxxii.com/pages.php?pageid=15
Comment by Saling Pusa Distro/closed on February 6, 2010 at 3:13pm
I'm planning to open a distro early March and I am looking for submissions to build the catalogue. I am interested in thoughtfully made and thought-provoking zines, and mental health and self identity are themes that i am very interested in. you can visit the website and view the distro faqs. you can also email me at i_reply@live.com for submissions and other questions.
Comment by Maranda Elizabeth on November 19, 2009 at 2:54pm
I have two new issues of my zine, Telegram Ma'am out now.

Issue 19 is the winter survival issue. I made it for those of us who have depression year-round and find Winter especially difficult. This issue of Telegram Ma'am is quarter-sized, 16 pages, and has twenty-seven tips and projects to help you survive the winter. Some winter survival tips include things like knitting your own scarf, getting off the internet, taking evening walks, keeping in touch with your friends via snail mail, setting daily or weekly goals, etc...

I also made a split with Tukru's zine, Your Pretty Face Is Going Straight to Hell!

Telegram Ma'am #18 is a love letter to my bike, a beautiful vintage cruiser. There are notes on anxiety and depression as well, being a weird girl in a small town, going to zine gatherings, and adventures with my local friends. I write about learning how to ride my bike again after the snow melted, late-night bike rides, hanging out at the library, and challenging myself to communicate more assertively.

Your Pretty Face Is Going Straight to Hell #9 is about long-distance friendship and meeting people over the internet in real life, loneliness, and a desire to make more friends or have better relationships with her current friends. Tukru writes about spending time with her family, turning twenty-seven and feeling like an emotional mess on birthdays, playing with her new Blythe doll, and mental health.

Quarter-sized, 72 pages (each half is 36 pages; flip one zine over and read the other!)

My zines are available here: schoolformaps.etsy.com.

Or you can snail mail well-concealed Canadian or U.S. cash to:

Maranda Elizabeth
19 Water Street
Lindsay, Ontario
K9V 2C9 Canada

*SELECTED TRADES ONLY* (For the split zine) Because this zine is super thick, because it costs more to print and costs more to send, etc.
Comment by KellyRose-Pulse Zine on October 26, 2009 at 10:13am
if you find a zine about this pleasseee let me know, i would love to see a copy. it's def a zine that needs to be out there..
Comment by rose abigail on October 25, 2009 at 8:02pm
hey, does anyone else have a zine that focuses on eating disorders and recovery? if so i would like very much to trade for my zine, stories about bodies!
Comment by nowhere 2 be found on September 7, 2009 at 5:12pm
CALL FOR SUBMISSION for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered people with mental health issues to submit there stories to new zine comming out. Nowhere 2 Be Found http://www.nowhere2befound.webs.com/ is going to be a quarterly paper magazine & ezine. Send inquiries & stories to nowheretwobefound@gmail.com
Comment by NESS on August 21, 2009 at 4:22pm
I am making a mini-zine (8 fold vert cuts) once a week starting with the Portland Zine Symposium 2009 going to 2010. IF you would like any of my zines or all of them I will send them to you free of charge within the USA, or for trade to anywhere else on planet earth.

Minis so far:
- dennis says:
- The Ravings of a Lone MadMan
- Will I Ever Find IT!?
- Push Here, Pull Back
Comment by Sarafin on August 10, 2009 at 7:56pm
Hey honeys!

I have a mental health / Mad Pride webcomic running - czech it out at:

http://www.asylumsquad.com

My email is: splitminds@gmail.com

Hope to hear from some of ya!

-Sarafin
 

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