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Comment by Sari of Hoax on May 20, 2011 at 12:24am

hoax #5 - feminisms and COMMUNITY is offically finished! essays include: core requirements for a “safer space”; a manifesta written as the basis for the mother ourselves bootcamp for queer folks of color; supporting those who are new to feminism; notes from a trans*feminist; queer land movements; community in the punk scene; environmental consciousness and ecofeminist policy; a comic about food co-ops; parenting and looking to create community for one’s child; a coming of age story about radicalization through queer internet forums and punk rock; thoughts on collectives; wanting a more intersectionary feminist community; rethinking personal feminist politics; a comic about the cons of “women’s space;” reflections of a soon-to-be community organizer; a short introduction to the amish community; an intersectional feminist library short list; girl-on-girl crime & the need for unity amongst women; a reinvestigation on sexual assault; the effects of a family member’s suicide; a powerful poem called “crowing the may queen,” reflections of zine release party that implemented as “safer space” policy; and how the labor movement has helped feminism! also includes an interview with the editors, original art/comics, prose, feminist we love, and vegan recipes! 1/2 size, 68 pages, b&w, and super text heavy! we have decided to pledge 10% OF THE PROCEEDS OF EACH ISSUE PURCHASED FROM US THROUGH SEPTEMBER TO SUPPORT BO THE DOG’S SURGERY. you can read more about bo’s condition here. asking $4 or similar trade! e-mail hoaxzine@gmail.com or leave me a message/comment for more information!

Comment by Angela Chaos on May 12, 2011 at 1:51am

Hey all,

I am helping to organize the 2011 Riverside DIY Print Fest at the Riverside Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 28, 12-4p.  You are invited to submit ideas for workshops, demonstrations, or discussions you would like to lead pertaining to any aspect of DIY print and publishing culture that interests you.


Also, if you (or you and your fellow DIY publishing pals) want to reserve a table to sell, promote, and/or give away your creations, please contact us at riversideprintfest@gmail.com. There is no fee to reserve a table!

If you want to conduct a workshop or secure a table for the event, please respond to riversideprintfest@gmail.c om by Monday, May 23.

Finally, PLEASE HELP US PROMOTE the event. Below is all the information you will need to for your contacts:

THE RIVERSIDE DIY PRINT FEST 2011:
Page Terror and Spittin’ Hot $@#!
@The Riverside Metropolitan Museum in Downtown Riverside
3580 Mission Inn Avenue, Riverside, CA
May 28, 2011 12pm-4pm,
FREE
 
Saturation is a DIY art and music festival that occurs semi-annually in Riverside, CA. Saturation is a labor of love, and it’s successful because of the incredible talent in Riverside. We keep doing it because it’s fun, and because it’s vital to keep up the hard work on behalf of the bands, artists, and community that make Riverside uniquely creative and supportive.
Thanks,
Angela
Comment by Necro Neil on March 1, 2011 at 5:26pm

Hi, Im a riot boy (used to be a riot grrrl ;) ) who writes a horror fanzine called Necronomicon, its upto issue 17 now. Its sort of a personal diary whilst watching horror films. Im a feminist so I review horror films in that view point also, as I detest horror review writers who fixate on female nudity and I do not tolerate horror films with cliche weak female characters.

Ive been writing zines for half of my life now! I grew up in and contributed and socialised in the riot grrrl scene and still love it.

http://www.etsy.com/shop/NecroNeil?ref=pr_shop_more
Comment by Hannah (Not Lonely Zine) on February 7, 2011 at 2:26pm

Not Lonely #5 

A6 (quarter) sized, 40 pages, pretty text-heavy


The latest issue of my perzine focuses on the history of my relationship with the internet (including my first experiences of using it in a small-town library, its role in facilitating my partner and I getting together & why I no longer use livejournal or facebook); and my diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder (including a breakdown of its definition, my own experience of its symptoms and a reflection on its validity - or otherwise - as a diagnosis). There are also handwritten intro and outros, a "guess the lyrics" quiz and some yummy winter soup recipes (suitable for vegans). It's partly typewritten, partly handwritten and was made cut and paste style.

 

Please visit this post on my blog for information on how to get a copy.

Comment by marysuezine on January 17, 2011 at 11:36am
"Little Mary Sue Wants To Change The World" #2 is available to trade."Mary Sue" (my nickname for my zine) #2 is a teen perzine featuring stories on conflicted feelings, school vandalism, anticipations for 2011, and first time drug use. Email me at marysuezine@gmail.com if you are interested
Comment by Sari of Hoax on December 19, 2010 at 12:16am

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: the topic of hoax #5 will be FEMINISM & COMMUNITY

potential ideas for material include, but are not limited to:

  • elitism (identity politics & border policing & hierarchies within communities)
  • cliques & exclusivities
  • success & personal stories
  • the environment (food politics & urban gardening & eco-feminism & women in farming/farm lands)
  • accessibility (language & locations (urban vs rural) & academia & pretention & childcare)
  • work/ production (economics & capitalism)
  • social movements (then vs now - legacy of the 60s)
  • assimilation vs liberation (when, if, and how to assimilate)
  • the self (self-care & where the self ends and community begins)
  • what makes a community (how does one feel included? & how do we include others & what it means to find a “home” (limits of family))
  • networking (action & teamwork & friendship)
  • “diversity” (do we need varieties of people in a community? & tolerance vs acceptance (cultural relativity)
  • space (physical/ emotional)
  • legislation (policy & community organizing)
  • love (hate & anger)

we also totally need lots of artwork (photos, collages, illustrations, drawings, paintings, comics, etc.)! particularly for background designs and things that compliment the written material.

we are still currently selling and mailing out issues of #4 (back issues are also available as well)! we apologize if you have yet to receive your copy - the semester has just ended and we are dealing with sari’s move back to pennsylvania for the next six weeks. because of this temporary separation, we are putting this call for submissions out now. also, taking into account the fact that sari has one semester left and we both don’t know where we will be next year, we are on a real deadline for #5 that we will need to stick to in order to print at an affordable price. please aim to submit yer amazing material by february 21st, 2011. if you are interested, please feel free to e-mail us your ideas for topics!

to reiterate, we are not inflexible with the submission date, but we are not in a position where we can continually push it back like we did with #4. the sooner you send us ideas and essays the better! looking forward to see yer work!

in solidarity,
rachel & sari

Comment by Andrea Brown on December 6, 2010 at 12:38pm
PLEASE HELP! The deadline is running out for fundraising for The Lips Bus, a veggie bus dedicated to starting discussions about independent media and sexuality. If everyone in this group donated $10 or more, that would REALLY help us meet our deadline of the 17th when we can't fundraise online anymore! Please help support a fellow zinestress with big dreams: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/lipsbus/the-lips-bus
Comment by Sari of Hoax on December 1, 2010 at 11:36pm
issue #4 of the radical feminist zine hoax is now finished!

essays include: issues of bias & falsified neutrality in using a pen name; girlhood and influences from community and parents; questioning riot grrrl’s contemporary survival; combating gendered notions from parents and coming to learn about feminism; storytelling and transnational feminist theory; comparing the position of women in ancient rome and contemporary united states; jane addams & the hull house; standing up to a teacher who was a perpetrator of sexual assault; community, art, and media autonomy in slovenia; calling out the HRC/liberal gay agenda for perpetuating heteronormativity and assimilation; being a “drag hag”; exploring the idea of having lived a past life; being a queer, male-bodied/male-identified pro-feminist; being influenced by a grandmother’s inadvertent feminism; sylvia plath and the feminist inversion of mythology; a brief history of witchcraft; heterosexual brasilian sex tourism; FBI infiltration of the second wave feminist movement; learning about feminism through a father; reflections on working in a women’s shelter; the achievements of jeanette howard foster; coming to be a feminist man & questioning restrictive masculinity; what it means for an ethnicity to be considered “caucasian”; in-depth exploration of one’s first triggering experience; becoming a christian feminist; and the radical feminist history of mother’s day. also includes original artwork & comic excerpts, feminists we love, and vegan recipes!
½ size, 80 pages, b&w, and super text heavy! asking US$4 (includes shipping) or trade!

please contact hoaxzine(at)gmail(dot)com or send me a message for more information!
Comment by Mio on November 21, 2010 at 5:28am
hi ^^

i'm finally putting pen to paper to create another (but new nonetheless) riot grrrl zine. i'm after submissions from all riot grrrls and boys anywhere in the world!

here's what i'm looking for:

articles/stories on any of the below topics:

* how you first discovered riot grrrl
* what riot grrrl means to you
* how riot grrrl has helped you and your grrrlfriends
* how has riot grrrl/feminism changed the world in your point of view
* important issues that still need to be fixed
* grrrl love
* stomping out grrrl hate
* being a grrrl in the punk rock scene

riot grrrl manifestas

comics

artwork

cd/book reviews

grrrl bands in your area (if possible, include link to their site/myspace/facebook/etc.)

you're also welcome to include photos of you and your grrrlfriends to accompany your articles/stories!

all submissions can be sent to: riotgrrrl@y7mail.com

deadline for issue #1 - 15th Jan 2011

thankyou :)
Comment by Persephone Pomegranate on November 20, 2010 at 5:15pm
The new issue of Reclusive Obscenities is now available. It's a 30 page quarter zine where I discuss my love of zines. Why they’re important to me, why I create them, how they helped me find feminism, learn to cope with my anxiety better, and why I think the hold special importance for grrrls.

More information (and more zines) available here

 

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