Dear Zine Writers, And Women's Empowerment DIY Artists, Musicians, Filmmakers And Creative Media MakesThe Freeschool Community
and The FreeRent Community
desires to take zine reviews to the next level.
We review zines and creative women's empowerment art and we have been listed in Zine World review section for the last two years now found here: http://www.undergroundpress.org/zine-resources/other-zine-review-zi...
We just redid our entire website www.FreeRentCommunity.org
Our last zine review and podcast, blog post and twitter post of the zine review was three days ago.
We are always looking for women’s empowerment zines to review and we review women's empowerment zines, music, art, short Do-It-Yourself DVD videos and most short creative and short artistic material and items which are directly, indirectly or barely related to love and/or feminism and/or especially about women creating a better world and (although it is not required) especially with
direct action and/or Civil Disobedience.
We will promote your material by our blog, podcast, online radio (over five years strong), DIY Film Series (over two years strong), and much much more. We also promote zine reviews on our Twitter account @lovepeaceandjoy
with over 3,000 followers. If you follow our twitter account we will follow you back. Our twitter account currently is #199 on the ‘Most Followed’ list out of over 3,900 twitter accounts listed in the ‘women’ category of the We follow International Twitter Directory and we are currently #145 on the ‘Most Influential’ list in the directory’s women category. We also have over 20 twitter list following our twitter posts.
Let us use our influence to help promote your women's empowerment zines and creative work for a better world!
When desiring to have your zine or creative materials reviews please include the form found on our website at www.FreeRentCommunity.org
keep working for a better world,
Love for all,
Part of the PeaceCommunities Progressive Coalition
and Online Peace Communities Ning Community
"Our strategy should be not only to confront empire, but to lay siege to it. To deprive it of oxygen. To shame it. To mock it. With our art, our music, our literature, our stubbornness, our joy, our brilliance, our sheer relentlessness -- and our ability to tell our own stories. Stories that are different from the ones we're being brainwashed to believe." -Arundhati Roy
"Cautious, careful people, always casting about to preserve their reputation and social standing, never can bring about a reform. Those who are really in earnest must be willing to be anything or nothing in the world's estimation, and publicly and privately, in season and out, avow their sympathy with despised and persecuted ideas and their advocates, and bear the consequences."
-Susan B. Anthony
“This young gentleman is escorting me to jail”
-Susan B. Anthony
Special thanks to FempeacePower for hosting our new website.
Several members of the Peace Communities Progressive Coalition
, including the Olympia F.U.N. Co-op (OFC) and FemPeacePower
announce the At The Heart of It: True Love
Art and Multimedia Contest!
Gift Certificates, Cash and Prizes will be awarded to over 40 selected entries in 5 different categories and 10 different subcategories! No Entry Fees and Email submissions are welcome.
Entry forms found below.
Deadline: All entries must be postmarked by September 10th, 2010. All selected entries announced and posted on our website at www.OlympiaFunCoop.org!
Printable Posters found below.
- Full Color PDF version of the poster found here.
- Full Color JPG version of the poster found here. [Warning: Please make certain to download the jpg rather than hotlink to it please when placing it in blog posts. Thanks.]
- Grey Scale version of the poster (for best print quality when using black and white printers) found here.
We look forward to showing you the work of more than 40 selected entries of our International Art and Multimedia exhibition!
Selected entries will also appear in a downtown Olympia during the Artswalk in Olympia, Washington in 2010 and have thousands of people see the art. Look for ‘Peace Communities’ on the official Artswalk map in 2010!