• Artists Have Cool Brains: Short Reviews from Chicago Zine Fest 2018

    Artists Have Cool Brains: Short Reviews from Chicago Zine Fest 20180

    When I arrived at this year’s Chicago Zine Fest (CZF), the first thing I did was make a zine. It’s been a difficult year thus far, and I have to confess, I haven’t been thinking about zines much. I meant to get back to them, to seek out new zinesters review more work, and make

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  • NYC Feminist Zinefest Is A Joy

    NYC Feminist Zinefest Is A Joy0

    The NYC Feminist Zinefest was a joy to attend. This year was the 6th annual and my first time attending, though as usual with such events I am not really sure how to explain the fact that I hadn’t been going every year. What was I thinking? Had I been asleep? We may never know. But

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  • Gaysi Zine Vol 5 is an Exploration and Celebration of Queer Desire

    Gaysi Zine Vol 5 is an Exploration and Celebration of Queer Desire0

    The Gaysi Zine Vol 5: All That We Want Editors: Indu Jain and Priya Gangwani Contributors: Aarthi Parthasarathy, Abeer Hoque, Abhishek Chaudhary, Aindri Chakraborty, Akhila Krishnan, Akshay Mahajan, Alaric Moras, Anar-e Sistanem, Balbir Krishan, Benjamin Zachariah, Brian Horton, Dhrubo Jyoti, Jaya Sharma, Kaveri Gopalakrishnan, Kiran Rajagopalan, M.G. Ashley, Michael Giangrasso, Minal Hajratwala, Mira Malhotra, Parvati

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  • Submissions Open for “We Told You”, a Joss Whedon Zine

    Submissions Open for “We Told You”, a Joss Whedon Zine7

    Bleating Heart Press is making a zine! We Told You is a 50-page zine about the problematic work and activism of writer, director and producer, Joss Whedon. When Whedon’s ex-wife Kai Cole wrote about the breakdown of their marriage, dozens of think pieces were published examining his most recent works and the too common trend

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  • LA Zine Fest – Zine Review Roundup

    LA Zine Fest – Zine Review Roundup0

    LA Zine Fest stormed its way into downtown LA’s fashion district and brought with it an incredible number of cartoonists and zine makers creating art at every intersection. One of the most inclusive, accessible, and incredible shows I’ve ever attended, I actually left with a whole bunch of amazing (and affordable) zines, which, as a

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  • LA Zine Fest Got Everything Right

    LA Zine Fest Got Everything Right1

    It’s rare to find a great comic convention. From the huge halls of the Javits centre where the world’s most attended comic-con NYCC is held to the Disneyland adjacent building site of WonderCon, comic cons are often huge, inaccessible with line-ups that are ninety percent straight white people. Though smaller zine fests seem like they

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