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-hoax. #3, feminism and health & hoax. #4, feminism and hirstories.
-Pieces #3: on writing, drinking & demons and Pieces #4: on lucid dreaming ~ information & personal experience by Nichole.
-Emotional Eater by Heather
-fanciful stories & untold tales by Liz. Liz writes about patients she treated at the hospital, their diagnoses, a bit about their current state and how she interacted with them.
-Yarntea #4 by Liz. It's so beautiful in full color! In this issue Liz writes about things that help her cope with anxiety and panic attacks.
-Tazewell's Favorite Eccentric #10 by Sarah Rose - This zine was one of my favorite reads of 2011.
-Tazewell's Favorite Eccentric #11 by Sarah Rose. Sarah writes, "I'm dealing with sobriety and poverty and family guilt. But I'm also working through those things to navigate this life I'm trying to live and find my place in things."
-hoax. #5, feminism and community by Sari & Rachel (plus other contributors). This issue of hoax. is themed around community and as usual, I found comfort, inspiration and knowledge within each of its pages.
-you've got a friend in pennsylvania #4 - Sari's 4th issue of their zine is text heavy and full of personal stories regarding gender, relationships and community.
-you've got a friend in pennsylvania #5 - I was pretty engrossed in Sari's story about working as a warehouse packer in a local organic farmers cooperative. They faced racism and sexism daily from their co-workers. Sari writes about dealing with the comments & degrading treatment while also bonding with a few other workers.
-hoax. 6; feminism and communication. From the intro: We aim to explore these questions, and others: How are knowledge/power are transmitted through tone/words/ body language? What makes us feel visible and what makes us feel silenced or erased? How do we understand ourselves and how do others read us?
-Bake and Destroy everyone around you and Smash the Pastryarchy, both by Kara!
-comic tales: don't feel so hot & comic tales: economy cookies by D. Patrick. Both of their reviews were written by the wonderful Celia Medrano.
-Two new mental health zines by Laura-Marie. functionally ill #10 and #11
-Pieces #6 by Nichole is now available! The great description is written by Celia Medrano.
-Homos in Herstory: 19th century edition by Elvis Bakaitis & Homos in Herstory: 1970's Edition by Elvis Bakaitis. This edition of Homos in Herstory is text heavy, full of awesome illustrations and is all about queer, female-bodied people in the 1970's.
-Here. In My Head. #9 by Catherine
-Stolen Sharpie Revolution 2: A DIY Resource For Zines And Zine Culture by Alex Wrekk (on the Books page)
Sweet Candy now has stickers thanks to the awesome Brianna Stallings! Check them out: http://sweetcandydistro.weebly.com/1-buttons--stickers.html
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