Zines

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  • An Introduction to Zine Culture and How to Make Your Own Zine – Yumi Sakugawa
  • The Barnard Zine Library – collects zines on feminism and femme identity by people of all genders.
  • Femme Crimes Distro – Etsy store that sells feminist and queer zines.
  • Girls Don’t Zine – a non-profit zine making fun of societies expectations of women.
  • Girls Get Busy Zine – a feminist creative platform that supports artists, writers and musicians.
  • Hoax – a US bi-annual queer feminist compilation zine that aims to create a space to analyze the feminisms of our everyday lives.
  • How to Make a Zine – Emma Dajska
  • Mend My Dress Press – a small publisher and distributor based out of Tacoma, Washington who are purveyors of anthologies of zines, small art books, investigative social pieces, and local authors.
  • Muchacha – a quarterly fanzine that seeks to promote the “F” word feminism, encourage involvement in DIY music/art communities & inspire participation in grassroots activism.
  • One of My Kind (OOMK) – a highly visual, handcrafted small-press publication. The content largely pivots upon the imaginations, creativity and spirituality of women.
  • Our Zine Library – part of the feminist community center, In Other Words, in Portland, Oregon.
  • POC Zine Project – mission is to make all zines by people of color easy to find, distribute and share.
  • Toronto Queer Zine Fair – seeks to make space for traditionally marginalized voices in the zine community.