Some of you remember that I used to write a zine called Suburban Blight, in which readers were subjected to political ramblings from yours truly. Well, here we are, 4 years since my last issue, and I’ve decided to return from my hiatus!
I know what you’re thinking – finally, reason to live again! Yes, my loyal fans, the time has come. You’ve weathered bloody wars, worldwide economic collapse, and three seasons of Jersey Shore. Surely, you deserve something nice.
That said, I would love to include contributions from YOU, my smart and sassy friends. Click "more" to see submission guidelines, which are quite lax. You’ll notice there is no deadline. I’m just getting started on this and really have no idea when it will be ready. If you’re interested in submitting get in touch with me and we’ll go from there.
Here's a look at Sir/Ma'am - a new zine that was advertised at the Dyke March on Saturday, June 25.
I have similar problems with "home." I have lived in so many places over the past seven years, have called so many different houses and apartments and dorms "home" that I've begun to wonder if it isn't best just to think of myself as home. A few years ago I got a tattoo of a house on my left shoulder, partly thinking that I could at least carry that with me. ...
Moira Clunie has generously improved our collection with new-to-us zines from New Zealand, Australia, and the UK.
Check out these zines! They provide a unique and interesting look at the prison system in America.
Using Media to Connect People Inside and Out,
One Woman's Struggle,
My Sister's Keeper : A Book for Women Returning Home from Prison or Jail,
Women in Prison: How We Are, and
Tenacious: Art and Writing from Women in Prison.
We've got some interesting zines coming in!