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For anyone who writes or reads Riot Grrrl Zines, or anyone who loves the Riot Grrrl movement.

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Any women out there who collect vinyl records or CD's and cassettes? I want to feature you on my zine! 7 Replies

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Comment by Sari of Hoax on December 17, 2011 at 11:04pm

hoax #6 was finished in november and is ready to be sold or traded! issue #6 is about feminisms & communication! essays include: the power & privileges of academic language; feminist reflection on self-care; comedy & comics as an exercise in visibility; re-thinking “righteous anger”; challenging the unspoken commandments of punk; empowerment through getting a tattoo; communicating anger in a subdued manner; feminism & disability on campus; white-washing and the trouble with “people of color” as an umbrella term; scholarly journals & achieving accessibility; the privilege of “progress”; trans* identity & expressing anger; exploring the waves of US feminism; blackness & perceived education; false exposure and “confessional” writing; communicating trans feminine experience; why the n-word is not for white people; recovering from intimate partner violence; rape denial & the cops; “ally” as a false identity; slutwalk & false individualism; handling suicidal thoughts; gay capitalism & the pink dollar market; conscientious language vs. political correctness; women & learned shyness; reframing anti-semitism; survivorship, zine-writing, and disabilities; and the women’s land army!  also includes original art/comics, prose, feminists we love, and vegan recipes! ½ size, 76 pages, b&w and super text heavy! e-mailhoaxzine@gmail.com or message me for more info!

Comment by Nito-onna on November 6, 2011 at 4:41pm

Hey!

I'm calling for submissions for the first issue of Girlzone zine. Girlzone is a not for profit feminist collective, exploring monthly themes concerning adolescent and young adulthood through the realisation and understanding of feminism. Supporting female artists and writers through a monthly zine.

 

This months theme is HAIR

The deadline is 18th Nov

 

I really hope people want to get involved! Please go to our tumblr for more info http://girlzonezine.tumblr.com or send submissions to girlzonezine@gmail.com <3

Comment by Nito-onna on November 6, 2011 at 4:17pm

Hey!

I'm calling for submissions for the first issue of Girlzone zine. Girlzone is a not for profit feminist collective, exploring monthly themes concerning adolescent and young adulthood through the realisation and understanding of feminism. Supporting female artists and writers through a monthly zine.

 

This months theme is HAIR

The deadline is 18th Nov

 

I really hope people want to get involved! Please go to our tumblr for more info http://girlzonezine.tumblr.com or send submissions to girlzonezine@gmail.com <3

Comment by Winnie Baker on October 17, 2011 at 10:42pm

Looking for submissions on how you were exposed to riot grrrl culture or feminism in general and how it affected your life. Any type of expression is great, including narrative, poetry, visual art, whatever... send to wnnbaker@gmail.com whenever convenient. Thanks! :)

Comment by Salford Zine Library on September 27, 2011 at 3:23am
Comment by Bettie on August 25, 2011 at 3:29pm
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This is the first issue of my new perzine, Buy Her Candy. It's about adventures, civil partnerships and hairy ladies. 24 pages, quarter size.

Available from my etsy shop or get in touch for trades.
Comment by Rebekah on August 25, 2011 at 12:56pm
Hi folks, I'm working on a project that explores Riot Grrrls who were not (are not) musicians. I'm looking for zines from non-musician Riot Grrrls and would like to eventually interview women in the Riot Grrrl movement (both at it's inception as well as present-day) who got involved as feminists, activist, and/or writers but not musicians. If this is you, or if you have suggestions on good former or present Riot Grrrls to talk with who fit this description, can you shoot me a message or post something here? If you have any questions about the project, just ask. Thanks!
Comment by Elise Boudreau Graham on July 21, 2011 at 1:36pm

Hi,

I am working at a zine library this summer & am organising our 24 Hour Zine Challenge in August.  I want to screen a zine-related film/documentary.  I was hoping for some suggestions?

 

Thanks!

Comment by Maria Sogna Tutte le Notti on July 21, 2011 at 2:12am

Catherine, I am dying to read what you wrote about thealogy, but I am also afraid the zine won't arrive again if I buy it... :-(

 

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