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Are you a queer zinester (broadly defined, of course)? Do you write about your genderfucking, transitioning, same-and-other-gender lovin' experiences, or about queer and LBGTQ communities and cultures? If so, let's start talking about it.

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Comment by zeraph dylan on November 2, 2009 at 10:03am
I hope you are well and finding satisfaction and joy in your lives and in your creativity! Thanks to everyone who read the first issue of my zine, The Alchemical Postmodern Theorist 1.1: the buying of queer culture. Making the zine was a very personal experience for me, and took about 4 years! The accumulation of four years of anti-assimilationist queer passion ended up being a bit messy and some readers found it inaccessible. This time around, I want to create a really meaty, accessible and radical zine, and I am asking for submissions from you, radical and queer zinesters and writers:

APMT 1.2: "this is what we call family" explores the family in all of its brilliant permutations. Is family defined by one man, and one women, and kids? By two married people of any gender? I am seeking to move beyond the gay marriage debate, and into the territory of chosen, post-nuclear, extended and queer families that break boundaries and practice radical new forms of support and encouragement. At the root of the revolution are groups of people who depend on each other, who are imagining and re-imagining 'family' all the time. Share your experiences with family - contribute your story, artwork, poem or article!
Deadline for submission is December 30, 2009. --
zeraph @ the alchemist's closet
alchemistscloset@gmail.com
Comment by Les on November 2, 2009 at 3:44am
I am a straight person who is very active in supporting and advocating for GLBT people. I am a former church pastor who is disillusioned by church and fascinated by spirituality.

I love writing and have been blogging for 4 years. I am keen to learn all I can about zines but would also like to connect with and write for the GLBT zine community.

My blog is at http://lchatwin.blogspot.com

Please message me. I love networking and learning from others.
Comment by Erin Fae on October 11, 2009 at 7:25pm
I never posted here that my new zine, imaginary windows no. 4 is out and available. There's a pretty sizable article on queerness, femme identity, and bicycles. Sassafras Lowrey reviewed it on The Femme's Guide (read here)

Copy and more info available here
Comment by robnoxious on October 11, 2009 at 7:19pm
FUTURE FUN ALL
Hello friends, I am putting out a call for writing, art, comics, photographs, on the practical and philosophical aspects of gender, sexuality, bodies, and queerness.
Personal experiences (good, bad, and other), philosophies, rants, funny stories, observations, interviews, dreams of the future. Ultimately, I want to put a zine out that is a positive fuck yeah for queernessi, transgenderisms, bodies, sexualities, and ultra wave inclusive feminism. A recognition that all oppressions are interconnected, and the time is now to share our stories and deconstruct the dead ends.
Years ago I did four issues of a crudely similar zine called “Girl-Boy” with a co-editor.
It was a fun and enlightening exploration, I want to do it again, this time with everybody!
After the submissions have been picked and assembled I will submit the final zine to an awesome independent publisher. I might also put it on a blog thing for the world to share. If you want to specify rights reserved in your works, write that on the work, or let me know in some way. This is not a profit venture, it is to share experience and open minds, our own, and anyone that reads.
If you have suggestions for a title, please send them in! My original brainstorm title idea “Beyond Girl-Boy” seems entirely cheesy. My new working title is: “Future Fuck All”.
Deadline is Novemebr 1st, 2009.
Drop me a note if you have questions.
- Robert

robotearl@gmail.com
robnoxious.wordpress.com
Comment by Bildwechsel on October 7, 2009 at 1:49am
qunst.mag #5 - experiments in living

The new issue of qunst.mag is now available!
You can download it at: www.qunst.net

‘Qunst.mag is an e-zine created by members of Bildwechsel and the contributing artists.
Our aim is to provide a platform for queer feminist artists working in various media.
Comment by Sari of Hoax on September 11, 2009 at 1:23am
issue number one of my feminist zine hoax. is now printed! it is 36 pages, half size and the theme is relationships. topics include polyamory, racism in friendships, the case against marriage, womyn only spaces, male feminists, gendered language, the word "feminism", money and power in hetero relationships, vegan recipes and bicycles!

addy:
sari marsh
1021 dulaney valley road
baltimore md 21204

asking $2 or trade. hoaxzine@gmail.com or my profile for more info! <3
Comment by nowhere 2 be found on September 6, 2009 at 8:01pm
Nowhere 2 Be Found focuses on alternative queer culture. Were still looking for horror/science fiction stories written by GLBT writers.Weare also looking for art that looks good in b & w. This call is for open submissions, but to get your work into the first issue it must be in by December 5th, 2009. there is no maximum for stories. All submissions should be sent through email to nowheretwobefound@gmail.comor mailed to:
Nowhere 2 Be Found
attn: Jeff Flaster
72 Sarah Lane
Middletown NY 10941
Comment by QZAP on August 28, 2009 at 9:04am

QZAP:meta #2 is Finished!!!

It's done! It's out! And You want a copy!!! A queer zine about queer zines. This issue is great... just read an excerpt:

Whew!!! That's a lot, and it's only the middle of August. Onto the issue! We got a bunch of great submissions for this issue. Teknad has written a sweet little introduction to French and Francophone queer zines, Chris has a piece about queer zines from Minnesota, Sam Stoker writes about their first queer zine experience in Brisbane, and Josh Burford talks about teaching queer zines in the American South. All in all, it's a fairly geographically diverse issue, and we're quite proud of it.


3 ways to get one:


* Go to http://www.qzap.org and hit the donation button. It's a default $5 donation, but that'll cover postage, and allow us to send copies to some folks who wouldn't get it otherwise

* Send $3 USD + 3 44¢ Stamps to:
QZAP
2935 N. Fratney St.
Milwaukee, WI, 53212
USA

* Send or donate queer zines to QZAP at the address above


Yay!!!!
Comment by NESS on August 21, 2009 at 4:23pm
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 anotherdayortwo on August 2, 2009 at 1:22pm
I'm looking for zines that are about communication in non-monogamous relationship but any other type of relationship is fine too! does anyone know of any?
 

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