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Showcase your Zine

This is a space to invite everybody to show their zine off_ Add pictures and descriptions_ I am trying to get a better idea of what people put in their zines and why_ Add links to website/blogs_ Open up discussion on collaborations +++++++++++++

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Latest Activity: Sep 18

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Comment by Catherine Elms on November 27, 2013 at 5:36am

Feminist perzine Here In My Head #13 is out now! 40 pages, 1/4 sized.

On shyness, social anxiety, self-esteem, privilege, confidence, sharing your voice and struggling with adulthood. £1 UK, $2 international, free postage, or get in touch for trades!


Comment by Wooden Bear Zine on November 26, 2013 at 6:03pm
Please check out our post: Just Don't See It: http://woodenbearzine.blogspot.com/2013/11/just-dont-see-it.html
Comment by Wooden Bear Zine on November 9, 2013 at 1:27pm
Thanks for following! Please check out our latest post: Ramblin' Man:
Comment by Wooden Bear Zine on October 26, 2013 at 10:12am
Please check out our latest post: History of Walnut House
Comment by ZippityZinedra on October 18, 2013 at 10:35am

What?!!Different Shades of Normal being brought to you in two zines?!! No way! How is this possible?! Is it crazy? Insane? Does it sound mental?

Different shades of normal and tarantula face present: a split zine of

The Friendship Issue

Text heavy, Friendship strong

26 pages, 90% typed- 10% handwritten.

get it today.

Trades ONLY. Am currently not doing any overseas shipping because of the unbelievable high shipping costs.

for more info, questions or trades, email me at: Sandra_reiki_@hotmail.com

Comment by Wooden Bear Zine on October 10, 2013 at 3:35pm
Please check out our latest post: Hot Wheels:
Comment by Wooden Bear Zine on October 3, 2013 at 6:32am
Comment by Lauren Lowery on October 1, 2013 at 3:35pm

The long awaited third volume of Riot Meow presents... is finally here! Analog Catalog is a collection of illustrations of my favorite outdated technical devices coupled with descriptions of each object, its purpose, and what has come to replace it. Each zine is bound by hand and also features covers that were screenprinted by hand. The zines are available for purchase on Etsy via Jet Black Press and Distro

Comment by Sari of Hoax on September 27, 2013 at 7:39am


essays include:

- How vulnerability can combat misogyny within trans communities
- Vulnerabilities and doors as a queer mixed woman
- Coping with internalized misogyny, consciously staying away from men, and familial dynamics
- Nuances of high school experiences
- Letting go of hurtful narratives while embracing heartache and the process of “breaking down”
- Views on queer identity interrogation, performance, and transparency as a punk zinester
- Vulnerabilities of mental health perspectives and lack of intersectionality
- Witnessing misguided white manarchist resistance to police and reflections on vulnerability of communities of color
- Multi-generational healing work and vulnerabilities as a male-socialized survivor
- Questioning the responsibility of self-agency after “checking out” during sex
- Asking for help as a necessary self-publishing task
- Experiences of racism and sexism in a hospital setting and the legitimacy of describing one’s pain
- Trans women and solitary confinement
- Boundary setting in the contexts of capitalism, physical and mental illness, and life crises
- Inpatient hospital stays and changes in labels of one’s mental illness(es)
- Loss of memory and personal history, critiquing queer/trans* growth narratives, and creating (non-)advice for non-normative teens and young adults
- Vulnerability of discussing physical illness
- Navigating queer attraction and desire with a history of violence
- A feminist coming out monologue
- Dealing with kink, trauma, and complexities of BDSM involvement
- Interview Excerpt with Daniela Capistrano, Founder of the POC Zine Project
- Examining the necessity of assertiveness for disabled women and asking for accommodations

This issue also includes poems, feminists we love, current feminist heroes, and vegan recipes! ½ size, black & white, 80 pages, and very text heavy. $3US + shipping.

For more info about our current monetary situation and a note about this zine's potentially triggering content, please check out our full blog page and/or our etsy shop listing.

Comment by andrea joseph on September 21, 2013 at 12:31pm

Some artwork from my new illustrated zine How To Draw Like A Barmpot.


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