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fanzines:

You Don’t Get There From Here - an awesome diary zine by Carrie McNinch (shot at the Barnard Zine Library)

fanzines:

You Don’t Get There From Here - an awesome diary zine by Carrie McNinch (shot at the Barnard Zine Library)

caketimezine:

Cake Time #1 1/2 is ready to go! Many thanks to Athena for cutting them down expertly and lovingly binding them as well.

#1 1/2 features all the drawings I’ve done since #1, plus a preview of This Ain’t No Picnic, an interview zine that’s been pretty slowww in the making.

I’ll have copies at Me and My Friends Make Art II at Washington Street Art Center in Somerville on July 12th (where I’ll have some art on the wall) and at 2x2: Distances at Lorem Ipsum in Cambridge on July 18th (where I’ll be reading a thing about working at a thrift store for five years). I’ll get a copy to the Papercut Zine Library ASAP, too, and have them on here for cheap!

thenewsstandnyc:

Peanut Butter Jelly Zine by Hovin Wang. Available at The Newsstand.

Free PDF Books on race, gender, sexuality, class, and culture

flanneryogonner:

Found from various places online:

The Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire

Angela Y. Davis - Are Prisons Obsolete?

Angela Y. Davis - Race, Women, and Class

The Communist Manifesto - Marx and Engels

Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches by Audre Lorde

Three Guineas by Virginia Woolf

Critical Race Theory: An Introduction by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic

The Black Image in the White Mind: Media and Race in America- Robert M. Entman and Andrew Rojecki

Ain’t I a Woman: Black Women and Feminism - bell hooks

Feminism is for Everybody - bell hooks

outlaw culture - bell hooks

Faces at the Bottom of the Well - Derrick Bell

Sex, Power, and Consent - Anastasia Powell

I am Your Sister - Audre Lorde

Patricia Hill Collins - Black Feminist Thought

Gender Trouble - Judith Butler

Four books by Frantz Fanon

Their Eyes Were Watching God - Zora Neale Hurston

Medical Apartheid - Harriet Washington

Fear of a Queer Planet: Queer Politics and Social Theory  - edited by Michael Warner

Colonialism/Postcolonialism - Ania Loomba

Discipline and Punish - Michel Foucault

The Gloria Anzaldua Reader

Capitalist Realism: Is There No Alternative? by Mark Fisher

This Bridge Called by Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color by Cherríe Moraga & Gloria Anzaldúa

What is Cultural Studies? - John Storey

Cultural Theory and Popular Culture - John Storey

The Disability Studies Reader

Michel Foucault - Interviews and Other Writings

Michel Foucault - The History of Sexuality, Vol. 1, Vol. 2, Vol. 3 

Michel Foucault - The Archeology of Knowledge

This blog also has a lot more.

(Sorry they aren’t organized very well.)

(via feministartdegree)

iamseafoam:

also I bought this excellent looking little flipbook from snaughtie on etsy and I am putting it into my coping skills toolkit.

(via welovezines)

thepaperbeast:

leonafietz:

I usually do at least 20 versions of a phrase or word before I call it final or deem it “good enough” — these were quick initial sketches I drew last week cut out of my grid moleskine —  But I’ve been so on the go this month > Finished up contracting for a non for profit (to make more time for drawing) > started working out of a local studio once a week > then Analogue Digital Brisbane & Melbourne this weekend and last.

Anyway, I found what CJ Hendry and Sam Yong had to say really affirming that I’m doing the right thing and can spend less time worrying if I am or not from now on and more with my head down and bum up.

Some notes I took: Just go in 100% and give it all you’ve got - its about building a lifestyle, put the hours in, embrace your flaws, absorb as much reference as possible then make your own shit, don’t be so precious, don’t let what gets the most likes dictate what you make next, sometimes you have to start from zero - look inwards and spend time finding your inner strength and ask yourself who you are and what you really want to do.

Leona gifted me this sweet handmade last minute book of reminders and advice. I shall treasure it. So stoked / proud of her for finding her own path and making her own opportunities.

unofotoart:

Awwww yeah- mini-zines in the mail! Thanks gadzooksbazooka!!

unofotoart:

Awwww yeah- mini-zines in the mail! Thanks gadzooksbazooka!!

joelbenjaminillustration:

Your Time Here zine.

10 hand drawn illustrations encouraging you to log off, live well and make the most of your time.

BUY IT HERE!

Inside look!

lazinefest:

wearepioneerspress:

Read Once & Destroy

by Julia Eff

$4

Available here: http://pioneerspress.com/catalog/zines/4145/

Read Once & Destroy is a new collection of writing by Every Thug is a Lady author Julia Eff! This rowdy little 60-pager packs a ton of work into a small format (read: small lettering = tons of bang for your buck/something more zinesters should do). Like all of Julia’s zines, this is heavily-illustrated/collaged and each page is a total mini poster of ideas, images, and genuine rad shit. Some of our favorite things in this zine include Julia’s list-essay, “Why Zines Are Cooler Than ‘Real’ Writing”; the piece on visiting MC5 singer Rob Tyner’s grave-site (note: a lot of music in this one AND a lot of death); the essay about why Julia wrote a zine about Columbine, and … we could go on forever; this thing is just one highlight after the next. Really fucking good. Worth your time. Worth your money. Don’t miss out! (Find the rest of Julia’s zines right here.)

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One of my favorite things is a good zine layout, and this one looks awesome.

Apologies for the absence, I’m taking a short break (ba-dum-tsh). Info about what happened in a zine to come. I’m almost all healed up & managed to get a zine section approved at my local library. This is big stuff since there’s nothing like it in my community.
SO IF YOU (A DISTRO/SOMEONE YOU KNOW) WOULD LIKE TO DONATE ZINES TO A NEWLY STARTED ZINE LIBRARY SEND WHATEVER YOU CAN TO:
Nina14752 Crenshaw Blvd. #525Gardena, CA, 90249
Please spread the word! Me & all the awkward teenage punk kids thank ya <3

Apologies for the absence, I’m taking a short break (ba-dum-tsh). Info about what happened in a zine to come. I’m almost all healed up & managed to get a zine section approved at my local library. This is big stuff since there’s nothing like it in my community.

SO IF YOU (A DISTRO/SOMEONE YOU KNOW) WOULD LIKE TO DONATE ZINES TO A NEWLY STARTED ZINE LIBRARY SEND WHATEVER YOU CAN TO:

Nina
14752 Crenshaw Blvd. #525
Gardena, CA, 90249

Please spread the word! Me & all the awkward teenage punk kids thank ya <3

A sneak-peek so you know I’m alive. The first issue of this e-zine will be available for free online August 1st. If you would like to collab, please e-mail me your submission by July 28th (two weeks from now). The focus of this issue is losing your arcade virginity. Please share widely to interested parties! zinesbynina@gmail.com

daisynoemi:

I’m looking for film submission for the next issue of haletant! 300 dpi.SUBMIT, SUBMIT, SUBMIT.
Submit to: haletantzine@gmail.com

daisynoemi:

I’m looking for film submission for the next issue of haletant! 300 dpi.

SUBMIT, SUBMIT, SUBMIT.

Submit to: haletantzine@gmail.com

fanzines:

Cute flyer by the guys at Zine Club in Japan!

fanzines:

Cute flyer by the guys at Zine Club in Japan!

fanzines:

Awesome short film about the old newsstand at Metropolitan Avenue in Brooklyn, New York, U.S. - newly opened as a zine shop :)

R.I.P.

fanzines:

You Don’t Get There From Here - an awesome diary zine by Carrie McNinch (shot at the Barnard Zine Library)

fanzines:

You Don’t Get There From Here - an awesome diary zine by Carrie McNinch (shot at the Barnard Zine Library)

caketimezine:

Cake Time #1 1/2 is ready to go! Many thanks to Athena for cutting them down expertly and lovingly binding them as well.

#1 1/2 features all the drawings I’ve done since #1, plus a preview of This Ain’t No Picnic, an interview zine that’s been pretty slowww in the making.

I’ll have copies at Me and My Friends Make Art II at Washington Street Art Center in Somerville on July 12th (where I’ll have some art on the wall) and at 2x2: Distances at Lorem Ipsum in Cambridge on July 18th (where I’ll be reading a thing about working at a thrift store for five years). I’ll get a copy to the Papercut Zine Library ASAP, too, and have them on here for cheap!

thenewsstandnyc:

Peanut Butter Jelly Zine by Hovin Wang. Available at The Newsstand.

Free PDF Books on race, gender, sexuality, class, and culture

flanneryogonner:

Found from various places online:

The Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire

Angela Y. Davis - Are Prisons Obsolete?

Angela Y. Davis - Race, Women, and Class

The Communist Manifesto - Marx and Engels

Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches by Audre Lorde

Three Guineas by Virginia Woolf

Critical Race Theory: An Introduction by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic

The Black Image in the White Mind: Media and Race in America- Robert M. Entman and Andrew Rojecki

Ain’t I a Woman: Black Women and Feminism - bell hooks

Feminism is for Everybody - bell hooks

outlaw culture - bell hooks

Faces at the Bottom of the Well - Derrick Bell

Sex, Power, and Consent - Anastasia Powell

I am Your Sister - Audre Lorde

Patricia Hill Collins - Black Feminist Thought

Gender Trouble - Judith Butler

Four books by Frantz Fanon

Their Eyes Were Watching God - Zora Neale Hurston

Medical Apartheid - Harriet Washington

Fear of a Queer Planet: Queer Politics and Social Theory  - edited by Michael Warner

Colonialism/Postcolonialism - Ania Loomba

Discipline and Punish - Michel Foucault

The Gloria Anzaldua Reader

Capitalist Realism: Is There No Alternative? by Mark Fisher

This Bridge Called by Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color by Cherríe Moraga & Gloria Anzaldúa

What is Cultural Studies? - John Storey

Cultural Theory and Popular Culture - John Storey

The Disability Studies Reader

Michel Foucault - Interviews and Other Writings

Michel Foucault - The History of Sexuality, Vol. 1, Vol. 2, Vol. 3 

Michel Foucault - The Archeology of Knowledge

This blog also has a lot more.

(Sorry they aren’t organized very well.)

(via feministartdegree)

iamseafoam:

also I bought this excellent looking little flipbook from snaughtie on etsy and I am putting it into my coping skills toolkit.

(via welovezines)

thepaperbeast:

leonafietz:

I usually do at least 20 versions of a phrase or word before I call it final or deem it “good enough” — these were quick initial sketches I drew last week cut out of my grid moleskine —  But I’ve been so on the go this month > Finished up contracting for a non for profit (to make more time for drawing) > started working out of a local studio once a week > then Analogue Digital Brisbane & Melbourne this weekend and last.

Anyway, I found what CJ Hendry and Sam Yong had to say really affirming that I’m doing the right thing and can spend less time worrying if I am or not from now on and more with my head down and bum up.

Some notes I took: Just go in 100% and give it all you’ve got - its about building a lifestyle, put the hours in, embrace your flaws, absorb as much reference as possible then make your own shit, don’t be so precious, don’t let what gets the most likes dictate what you make next, sometimes you have to start from zero - look inwards and spend time finding your inner strength and ask yourself who you are and what you really want to do.

Leona gifted me this sweet handmade last minute book of reminders and advice. I shall treasure it. So stoked / proud of her for finding her own path and making her own opportunities.

unofotoart:

Awwww yeah- mini-zines in the mail! Thanks gadzooksbazooka!!

unofotoart:

Awwww yeah- mini-zines in the mail! Thanks gadzooksbazooka!!

joelbenjaminillustration:

Your Time Here zine.

10 hand drawn illustrations encouraging you to log off, live well and make the most of your time.

BUY IT HERE!

Inside look!

lazinefest:

wearepioneerspress:

Read Once & Destroy

by Julia Eff

$4

Available here: http://pioneerspress.com/catalog/zines/4145/

Read Once & Destroy is a new collection of writing by Every Thug is a Lady author Julia Eff! This rowdy little 60-pager packs a ton of work into a small format (read: small lettering = tons of bang for your buck/something more zinesters should do). Like all of Julia’s zines, this is heavily-illustrated/collaged and each page is a total mini poster of ideas, images, and genuine rad shit. Some of our favorite things in this zine include Julia’s list-essay, “Why Zines Are Cooler Than ‘Real’ Writing”; the piece on visiting MC5 singer Rob Tyner’s grave-site (note: a lot of music in this one AND a lot of death); the essay about why Julia wrote a zine about Columbine, and … we could go on forever; this thing is just one highlight after the next. Really fucking good. Worth your time. Worth your money. Don’t miss out! (Find the rest of Julia’s zines right here.)

image

image

image

image

image

image

image

image

image

One of my favorite things is a good zine layout, and this one looks awesome.

Apologies for the absence, I&#8217;m taking a short break (ba-dum-tsh). Info about what happened in a zine to come. I&#8217;m almost all healed up &amp; managed to get a zine section approved at my local library. This is big stuff since there&#8217;s nothing like it in my community.
SO IF YOU (A DISTRO/SOMEONE YOU KNOW) WOULD LIKE TO DONATE ZINES TO A NEWLY STARTED ZINE LIBRARY SEND WHATEVER YOU CAN TO:
Nina14752 Crenshaw Blvd. #525Gardena, CA, 90249
Please spread the word! Me &amp; all the awkward teenage punk kids thank ya &lt;3

Apologies for the absence, I’m taking a short break (ba-dum-tsh). Info about what happened in a zine to come. I’m almost all healed up & managed to get a zine section approved at my local library. This is big stuff since there’s nothing like it in my community.

SO IF YOU (A DISTRO/SOMEONE YOU KNOW) WOULD LIKE TO DONATE ZINES TO A NEWLY STARTED ZINE LIBRARY SEND WHATEVER YOU CAN TO:

Nina
14752 Crenshaw Blvd. #525
Gardena, CA, 90249

Please spread the word! Me & all the awkward teenage punk kids thank ya <3

A sneak-peek so you know I’m alive. The first issue of this e-zine will be available for free online August 1st. If you would like to collab, please e-mail me your submission by July 28th (two weeks from now). The focus of this issue is losing your arcade virginity. Please share widely to interested parties! zinesbynina@gmail.com

daisynoemi:

I’m looking for film submission for the next issue of haletant! 300 dpi.SUBMIT, SUBMIT, SUBMIT.
Submit to: haletantzine@gmail.com

daisynoemi:

I’m looking for film submission for the next issue of haletant! 300 dpi.

SUBMIT, SUBMIT, SUBMIT.

Submit to: haletantzine@gmail.com

fanzines:

Cute flyer by the guys at Zine Club in Japan!

fanzines:

Cute flyer by the guys at Zine Club in Japan!

fanzines:

Awesome short film about the old newsstand at Metropolitan Avenue in Brooklyn, New York, U.S. - newly opened as a zine shop :)

R.I.P.

Free PDF Books on race, gender, sexuality, class, and culture
Inside look!

About:

The not-so-Secret Cervix is an on-going one-woman cross-medium art project.