Issue 2 will be avaliable at the Chicago Zine Fest in March, so you'd better get stated on your submissions! Click here to see the Zine Apothecary website. Deadline is February 1st.
What does Occupy Wall Street mean to you? Do you have a story about something you saw at a protest? Thoughts, opinions, experience?
Submit to the Occupy Wall Street Zine!
Check out this blog post about zines on Black Pineapple, Adee Roberson's blog!
Postmark your applications for ARTISTS' BOOK RESIDENCIES by November 15th! There are two different opportunities to edition your own book work at Women's Studio Workshop, click more for info.
The Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture, part of the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Duke University, announces the availability of Mary Lily Research Grants for research travel to their collections.
There's going to be a panel with the authors of the graphic novel Marzi: A Memoir this Friday, October 28, in Butler Library, rm. 523 at 4:30. The novel takes a unique look at growning up under communist rule.
Looking for a first hand account of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict? Check out this new zine I Went to Palestine by Rachel Rabble.
There are some awesome feminist events coming up this weekend at Bluestockings! They've got authors, artisits, and a workshop on orgasms! Click more for dates and times.
Are you on We Make Zines? If not, you should be! Check out the Feminist Zinesters Group there.
Wow, there's a lot of zine events coming up, including one in New York City September 24-25!
Cindy Crabb has been writing the influential, internationally distributed, autobiographical-feminist zine Doris since the early 90’s. Join us in celebrating her new book “The Encyclopedia of Doris,” which brings together the last 10 years of Doris zines with a ton of new writing at Bluestockings Bookstore, Sunday, September 25 at 7:00.