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call for submissions - hoax #9, feminisms and VULNERABILITIES

we are immensely excited to announce that the topic for hoax #9 will be feminisms and VULNERABILITIES, and we are eager for feminists of all backgrounds and genders to submit! potential ideas for…Continue

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Started by Sari of Hoax Mar 4, 2013.

Just a Bit Radical--call for submissions!

Call for Submissions — Just a Bit Radical Magazine:Are you a member of the punk, GLBTQ spectrum, or a straight ally? Are you tattooed, pierced, modded, or do you listen to your music too loud? Have…Continue

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Started by Kiran/Catherine Oliver Feb 21, 2012.

been doing queer punk zines for 20 years 1 Reply

Since I was 9 I loved punk, & when I was 15 I did my first punk mini-zine,Dizzy, not knowing what a zine was & it got rated " The worst zine ever" which I was proud of. The second zine I did…Continue

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Comment by Paper Monster Press on June 16, 2013 at 8:16am

Paper monster press invites eveyone to submit to POETS OF THE APOCALYPSE, an all poetry anthology which seeks to publish trends in contemporary poetry from all over the planet with an introduction by Mark Angeles, this year's fellow for the Iowa National Writer's Workshop

SUBMIT:
1. 1-3 poems in English or Filipino (or any other language with an English or Filipino translation). cut and paste in the body of an email.
2. cover art (with the words PAPER MONSTER PRESS and POETS OF THE APOCALYPSE in front) as well as a back cover. in JPEG or PDF format please.
3. inside art. 1-3 pieces in JPEG or PDF format.
4. a 5-sentence (maximum!) bio-note with your name, country of origin, and whatever else you'd like to include.
5. send everything to papermonsterpress@yahoo.com

DEADLINE: JULY 31, 2013

Paper Monster Press is a trans-genre art zine that seeks to publish and document the best in contemporary art. Its vision is to unite artists all over the planet through discourse and discovery. In its 2nd year it has published 8 issues, featuring diverse artists from Thailand, the UK, Slovenia, USA, UK, the Philippines, and many more.

Learn more: www.facebook.com/papermonsterpress
https://papermonsterpress.see.me/

SUPPORT AND THE SMALL PRESS!
1. Advertise with us.
2. Buy our art prints.
3. Sponsor I, ICARUS, our 9th issue to be launched in August.

Query us at papermonsterpress@yahoo.com or through Facebook.

Comment by Charlotte Richardson Andrews on June 10, 2013 at 2:30am

Howdy. I'm putting together a zine about being working class and queer, and how these two IDs intersect. I'm particularly interested in hearing from UK folks, but happy to consider everyone.  

Preliminary deadline for submissions is early Sept, but this may change depending on all the usual life stuff (work, time, resource, schedules etc) so send me yr stuff as soon as you like. I want yr words! 

Full details here:

https://www.facebook.com/events/354699081318568/?fref=ts

Any questions, holler. 


CRA xxxx

Comment by Riot BOY Zine on May 20, 2013 at 7:16pm
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 Sari of Hoax on November 8, 2012 at 3:14pm

after over a year in the making, this zine is finally finished!

Thou Shalt Not Talk About The White Boys’ Club: Challenging The Unwritten Rules of Punk [click for excerpts]

Touted as being a home for society’s rejects, outcasts, and ‘alternative’ political stances, punk unfortunately often ends up reinforcing oppressive mindsets and ideals by setting up numerous unwritten rules for dress, behavior, personal choices, identifications, and so much more. This zine, written by sari of Hoax and You’ve Got a Friend in Pennsylvania, aims to direct conscious attention to the nuances of being a marginalized person, namely a Gender and Sexuality Minority (GSM), in the punk community. Includes questions intended to incite dialogue among readers and their friends as well as a short list of recommended resources concerning marginalized experiences in punk. B&W, 34 pages, & text heavy. US$2.50. [etsy / well-hidden cash or trades

Comment by Kale on October 18, 2012 at 2:56pm

I just finished putting together a zine that was two years(!) in the making:

Nashville Transit is about riding public transit during the early months of my transition. I basically journal-ed my experiences with street harassment and then typed them out, with very little edits/commentary. I also talk about the importance of public space and who has power in public spaces. 1/2 size zine with cardstock cover, cut and paste style, mostly text. Please get at me if you'd like to trade or wholesale: nervous.nelly.records@gmail.com or http://nervousnelly.storenvy.com/products/638932-nashville-transit-...

Comment by Shannon on August 27, 2012 at 4:10pm

Hey everyone!

This is a call for submissions to the 3rd issue of Basements and Living Rooms: a zine about diy music and house shows.

The subtopic for this issue is feminist, queer, trans, and poc experiences in DIY and punk. examples that I think about...feeling marginalized or oppressed, lack of privilege, checking the privilege that you do have, standing up for yourself in the punk scene, not being (or being for that matter) a straight white cis male, consent, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, racism, etc..
The subtopic is not mandatory, just an encouraged suggestion. You can submit anything on the topic of house shows or diy music.

Deadline: October 1st

The zine will be published in the fall and released on November 3rd 2012 at Milwaukee Zine Fest!

I'll put almost anything in the zine including stories, photographs, comics, artwork, essays, flyers, journal entries, poetry, etc.

You will receive a free copy of the zine. The covers for the first run will be hand printed (probably screenprinted).

Send things to :
2566 North Booth Street
Milwaukee, WI 53212
-or-
shannon@qzap.org

more info here

Comment by Milo on July 11, 2012 at 4:41pm

Hey Queer Zinesters, Archivists, Librarians and Fans!  Are you going to be at the 2012 Portland Zine Symposium August 11 - 12?  QZAP's co-founder, Christopher Wilde, is moderating a panel discussion about queer zine history called Queer Zine History Show and Tell and would like to hear from folks interested in being on the panel.  For further details, e-mail him directly: chris AT qzap DOT org.  Thanks!

Comment by Rheuben Bundy on July 6, 2012 at 1:54pm

i am doing a small punk/hardcore fanzine called family business. it is a themed series, the first theme being politics: please send me any perspectives on how punk/hardcore  your political awareness. i will publish everything i get. and will give you my undying gratitude, as well as write review your zine in the issue... put "politics" in the subject so i know it isn't spam:

family.business.fanzine@gmail.com

Comment by Sari of Hoax on June 6, 2012 at 1:58am

hoaxzine: [img = front cover of hoax #7 - feminisms & change] HOAX #7 - FEMINISMS & CHANGE IS NOW FINISHED! issues can be purchased here! essays include: western feminism’s relationship with Islamic feminism and notions of “visibility”; the concept of a “real” name; zine-making as a feminist process; the importance of daily change for trans*/queer folks; a father’s death and recollections of childhood; creating “life lists” and engaging in active positivity; recovering from an eating disorder; how a haircut released personal baggage and changed social interactions; identities in zines; examining discussions of consent in workshop settings; the “love your body” concept and chronic illness; the Vagina Monologues and questioning the concept of “accessible” feminism; handling a daughter’s self-harming; an interview with fat-positive activists Tasha Fierce & Hanne Blank; white activism as a social performance; questioning sexuality as a young teen; dealing with the loss of a friend; how family history and sexual assault influenced one to stop drinking; pregnancy and parenting while genderqueer; fourth-wave feminism and the incorporation of trans women; the potential of poetry to induce personal change; exploring new models of accountability and forgiveness with an alcoholic friend; reflections from a former CNN journalist about why corporate journalism is not conducive to social change; never before printed interview with lawyer dean spade. also includes original art, feminists we love, vegan recipes, and current feminist heroes! ½ size, 72 pages, B&W and super text heavy! you can purchase #7 through our etsy shop (for paypal payments, where you can also find back issues on health, hirstories, community & communication as well as some of our personal zines) or, if you prefer (well hidden) snail mail, you can e-mail us at hoaxzine(at)gmail(dot)com with your name & address. due to recent printing mishaps & the fact that we are currently living in different states, it might take us a bit longer to send out issues. we will be mailing out issues on a first come first serve basis after tuesday, june 12th. as always, feel free to shoot us an email if you have any questions about the status of your order. happy reading, y’all! in solidary, rachel & sari been pullin my hair out over this issue for a while, so stoked to see it finished! also: DEAN SPADE IS IN THIS, Y’ALL

HOAX #7: FEMINISMS & CHANGE

essays: western feminism’s relationship with Islamic feminism; the concept of a “real” name; zine-making as a feminist process; importance of daily change for trans*/queer folks; a father’s death & childhood memories; creating “life lists"; recovering from an eating disorder; how a haircut changed social interactions; identities in zines; discussions of consent in workshop settings; the “love your body” concept & chronic illness; the Vagina Monologues & questioning “accessible” feminism; handling a daughter’s self-harming; an interview with fat-positive activists Tasha Fierce & Hanne Blank; white activism as social performance; questioning sexuality as a teen; the loss of a friend; how family history & sexual assault influenced one to stop drinking; pregnancy & parenting while genderqueer; fourth-wave feminism & the incorporation of trans women; poetry's potential to induce personal change; exploring new models of accountability & forgiveness with an alcoholic friend; why corporate journalism is not conducive to social change; an interview with lawyer dean spade & more! ½ sz, 72 pgs, B&W & text heavy!

 

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