Alenka Figa is a queer, feminist librarian. She spends her days thinking about how to effectively sing to babies and twittering about comics and her cat at @alenkafiga.
I am sick of articles and think pieces that tell us zines are back. The more I visit zine festivals, talk to zinesters, buy zines, and check out zine libraries, the more I realize that zines never left. Zines, and the people who make them, have grown, found new avenues to reach people, and continuedREAD MORE
CONTENT WARNING: This article discusses eating disorders. A review copy of this book was provided by the artist. One of the most thrilling parts of being a webcomics fan is watching an artist grow as they complete a project. It’s exciting to see someone’s style evolve over time, and to speculate on how they’re findingREAD MORE
Alison Bechdel: Conversations Rachel R. Martin (Editor) University Press of Mississippi October 18, 2018 Where do we need to go, and how far have we come? This, perhaps, is the question a good, earnest reader would ask when diving into Rachel R. Martin’s Alison Bechdel: Conversations, a collection of interviews with the queer comics legend.READ MORE
The Breakaways Cathy G. Johnson (Writer and artist) and Kevin Czap (Colorist) First Second March 2019 Faith just started middle school, and on her very first day, she joined the soccer team—but not because she’s a confident go-getter. She maybe did it because Amanda, the pretty upperclassman who handed her the clipboard, is really coolREAD MORE