Marriott Library zine collection, 1990-2018

Overview of the Collection

Collector
J. Willard Marriott Library
Title
Marriott Library zine collection
Dates
1990-2018 (inclusive)
Quantity
15.75 linear feet, (37 boxes)
Collection Number
Accn2949
Summary
The Marriott Library zine collection (1990-2018) contains zines and zine related materials such as buttons, stickers, and postcards that are made predominantly by women, non-binary, and LGBTQ+ authors as well as people of color and religious minorities in the United States. Some of the zines in the collection are from Salt Lake City, Utah generally and from students at the University of Utah specifically.
Repository
University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
84112-0860
Telephone: 8015818863
special@library.utah.edu
Access Restrictions

Twenty-four hour advanced notice encouraged. Materials must be used on-site. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.

Languages
English, Spanish, Hebrew, Chinese, Navajo, Quechua, French, Yiddish, Slovenian, Serbian, Icelandic, Japanese

Historical NoteReturn to Top

Zines (short for “magazine”) are self-published, self-distributed, most often handmade booklets on any topic that are a medium of expression for ideas and people who are generally underrepresented in mainstream publishing. Zines are often focused on personal and local issues and provide an insight into the experiences and opinions of many oppressed and marginalized people. Many zines include advice, do-it-yourself guides, and other information on otherwise little known subjects, and many of the zines in this collection are compilation zines (called "compzines") that involve many contributors and artists and bring a wide variety of perspectives on a given theme or topic while others are personal zines (perzines) and offer journal-like looks into the lives of the authors.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Marriott Library zine collection (1990-2018) contains zines and zine related materials such as buttons, stickers, and postcards that are made predominantly by women, non-binary, and LGBTQ+ authors as well as people of color and religious minorities in the United States. Some of the zines in the collection are from Salt Lake City, Utah generally and from students at the University of Utah specifically.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The library does not claim to control copyright for all materials in the collection. An individual depicted in a reproduction has privacy rights as outlined in Title 45 CFR, part 46 (Protection of Human Subjects). For further information, please review the J. Willard Marriott Library’s Use Agreement and Reproduction Request forms.

Preferred Citation

Initial Citation: Marriott Library zine collection, ACCN 2949, Box [ ]. Special Collections and Archives. University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott. Salt Lake City, Utah.

Following Citations: ACCN 2949.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Arrangement

Ordered by author and date of publishing. Later addenda organized according to titles of the zines.

Acquisition Information

Series I and II (boxes 1-10) purchased with the University of Utah Marriott Library ASPIRE grant. Series III (boxes 11-19) donated by the Salt Lake City Public Library. Series IV (box 20) donated by the Barnard Zine Library. Series VI (boxes 22-24) donated by the creators in 2017. Series VII (box 25) donated by the creators in 2017. Series VIII-Series XIV donated by various sources in 2017-2019.

Processing Note

Series I, III, and IV processed by Sean Taylor in 2016 and 2017. Series II processed by Hannah Waddel in 2017. Series V processed by Kyle McFarland in 2018. Series VI and VII processed by Hannah Waddel in 2018.

Series VIII-Series XIV processed by Betsey Welland in 2019.

Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

I:  Intake 1, 2002-2016Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 1
Ramadan Series, Leila Abdelrazaq
A wordless illustration series for a friend of the author who was teaching non-English speaking children about Ramadan. The images depict several Ramadan traditions and customs. Published in Chicago, Illinois. 8 pages.
2016
1 2
Fat-tastic # 1: A compilation zine about loving your body, Sage Adderley
A compzine with essays and stories about self-love, weight versus wellness, patriarchy and the media, a love and apology letter to the body, and parents patrolling weight as well as artwork, self-portraits, and do-it-yourself positive affirmation cards. Published in Olympia, Washington by Sweet Candy Distro with contributors Sage Adderley, Laura-Marie, Christy Leigh Stewart, Ang West, Sarah Arr, Celia Medrano, and Jennafur Parks. 16 pages in English.
2011
1 3
Fat-tastic # 2: a comp zine, Sage Adderley
A compzine about body image with stories and essays about yoga, being fat and healthy, scars, balance, and a letter to Beth Ditto, a role model for the author about fat acceptance. Published in Olympia, Washington by Sweet Candy Distro with contributors Sage Adderley, Celia Medrano, Kendy (MissMuffcake), Jennafur Lee Parks, Eleanor Leonne Bennett, and Anna Guest-Jelley. 20 pages in English.
2012
1 4
Fat-tastic # 3: A Body Positive Zine, Sage Adderley
A compzine with drawings and stories about internalized fat hatred, critiques of capitalism and misogyny, "Things Not to Say to Fat People and Things TO Say," going to the gynecologist, being thin and mistaken for a child, being naked, and stepping outside comfort zones. Published in Olympia, Washington by Sweet Candy Distro with contributors Sage Adderley, Jennafur Lee Parks, Yinka Rose Dolan, Erica, Christina Wheeler, Jolie, Celia Medrano-Ortiz, Meg Eubank, Sarah Sawyers-Lovett, Erica Parrot, and Jolie Noggle. 28 pages in English.
2013
1 5
Chatty Boys, Ainstsoa
A series of quotes from people the author had sex with alongside illustrations. Published in Paris, France. 12 pages in English.
2013
1 6
What the fuck was I thinking? Aintsoa
A zine about "a failing relationship" with illustrations of hands and tattoos. Published in Paris, France. 12 pages in English.
2015
1 7
Ghost Cat, Natalie Allsup-Edwards
A short stylized comic zine recalling the death of the author's cat and its transformation into a ghost. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah. 8 pages in English.
2014
1 8
Minimal Material Games: A Collection Curated, Natalie Allsup-Edwards
A zine with descriptions, illustrations, and rules for games that can be played with few or no materials. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah. 16 pages in English.
1 9
Shotgun Seamstress # 8, Osa Atoe
A newspaper with analysis of #BlackLivesMatter, reflections on a trip to Nigeria, and a look Black Punk as well as interviews with Wizard Apprentice, Geretta Geretta, and Monika Estrella Negra and essays about Okda boys, Taquila Mockingbird, and Walter Scott's murder. Published by Mend My Dress Press with contributors Wizard Apprentice, Geretta Geretta, Monika Estrella Negra, and Osa Atoe. 40 pages in English.
2015
1 10
What is up with your fruity name? A twenty-four hour comic about identity, autonomy and self-determination, Fiona Avocado
A comic that covers the author’s process of legally changing her name to Fiona Ladybird Avocado and the varied reactions from her friends, family, and colleagues. Published in Portland, Oregon. 28 pages in English.
2014
1 11
One Sunday, Kristyna Baczinski
A journal comic made during Hourly Comic Day 2015. The author drew a panel for each hour of the day without planning or penciling first. Published in Leeds, United Kingdom. 20 pages in English.
2015
1 12
One Monday, Kristyna Baczinski
A journal comic made during the author's second year participating in Hourly Comic Day. The author drew a panel for each hour of the day without planning or penciling first. Published in Leeds, United Kingdom. 20 pages in English.
2016
1 13
The Bandit Zine # 1: Body Image & Sizeism, The Bandit Zine
A zine focusing on how sizeism, fatphobia, sexism, cissexism, and racism shape a person's relationship to their body and personal body image. It includes nonfiction stories describe the "privilege of thinness," body dysmorphia, losing weight, fatphobia in the media, and the intersections between body image and sexuality. Published in Grand Rapids, Michigan by The Bandit Zine with contributors Francie VanHoven, Jes Kramer, Lydia VanHoven, Thugfresh Moreno, Francis Hooks, Pearly, Asa Forsythe, Ren Besito, Zuanna Woodlight, C. Smito, Lauren Streett, Michelle Nieweg, Eleanor Rector, Casey Keel, Andy LeBlanc, Kuba Shand Baptiste, Michael Cook, Chain of Prospit, and vividreality.wordpress.com. 36 pages in English.
2012
1 14
The Bandit Zine # 2: Sex, The Bandit Zine
Published in Grand Rapids, Michigan by The Bandit Zine with contributors Matrim Cauthon, Derrick Rice, S. Boccaccio, Ben Kleyn, Quey, Hannah Hill, Amy June, Kacey Gambrell, Alifa Watkins, Louisa Austin, Michelle Steffens, Hannah Hill, Cathryn Smits, Andie Glik, Rachel Foss, Victoria Marcetti, and Hebe Phillips. 36 pages in English.
2012
1 15
The Bandit Zine # 3: Alt Fashion and D.I.Y. The Bandit Zine
This issue covers topics such as “fatshion,” sizeism and fatphobia in the fashion industry, do-it-yourself fashion, and thrifting. This zine includes photos and artwork celebrating the alternative fashion. Published in Grand Rapids, Michigan by The Bandit Zine with contributors Jared Winkel, ThugFre$h, Ashley Trieu, Alannah Diamond, Jenn Stonge, Luh, Francis VanHoven, Brandon Weston, and Michael Cook. 32 pages in English.
2013
1 16
The Bandit Zine issue # 4: Gender Stories, The Bandit Zine
This issue highlights the diversity of gender identities and expressions including transgender, agender, and genderqueer people; gender fluidity; femininity and femme; and masculinity. It also touches on issues such as transphobia, cissexism, violence against transgender and non-binary people, misgendering and pronouns, and derogatory language. Published in Grand Rapids, Michigan by The Bandit Zine with contributors Cai, Joi Dupler, Q, Elijah, Goose Baldwin, Blood Red Paint, Deanna Emmet, Camille Erickson, Chara Trekapos, Wallace Watchowski, Creatrix Tiara, Chrissy Colligan, Jay Fenison, Amanda Blyth, Bri;Sister Pheonix, Binary Frog, Lex Mapes, George Emory Juge, Liam Martin, Vicki Joy, Morgan Haven-Tietze, Gizmo, Lee Dwyer, Asa Forsythe, Queen Sisyphus, Eddie Rich, Brook Rhymes, Sara Whittington, and Mikey Cook. 44 pages in English.
2013
1 17
The Bandit Zine issue # 5: Radical Self Love, The Bandit Zine
This issue attempts to define what "radical self-love" is and offers advice on how to practice it in relation to struggles with body image and dysmorphia, monogamy, and toxic environments. Published in Grand Rapids, Michigan by The Bandit Zine with contributors Thugfresh Moreno, Asa Forsythe, Ben Kleyn, S. Boccaccio Kathryn Priest, Amanda Cretz, Lydia VanHoven, C. Smits, Cameron Tyme Edison, Briana L. Urena-Ravelo, Miranda Sharp, Shawn Ferguson, Dorothy Peck, Veronica Douglas, Ryan Koster, Joi Dupler, and J.J. Lepke. 36 pages in English.
2013
1 18
The Bandit Zine issue # 6: Feminism: what it means to you, The Bandit Zine
An intersectional discussion that covers marriage, identification, the "F" word, drag, race, gender and queerness, history, rape culture and sexual assault, patriarchy, and activism. Published in Grand Rapids, Michigan by The Bandit Zine with contributors Li, Rosie Accola, Casey Meigel, Darcie Defou, Susan Ahlfs, Sara C., Zeraph Dylan Moore, Brittany Demberger, Ben Kleyn, Ghosty, Lydia Vanhoven, Victoria Belle Marcetti, Sasha Jacobo, Liz Ann, Julie Seaward, and Caroline Caswell. 36 pages in English.
2014
1 19
The Bandit Zine issue # 7: Sexual Assault and Rape Culture, The Bandit Zine
This issue focuses on and tries to sensitively address sexual assault and rape culture. It includes personal accounts and critical analysis of slut shaming, survivors, victims, consent, domestic abuse, body image, Title IX, rape culture in the media, and sexual trauma. Published in Grand Rapids, Michigan by The Bandit Zine with contributors Sara Chittendem, Alicia Lyon, Ben Kleyn, Sara C., Ren Kolozak, Kristine MacBrian, Elena, Art, Miranda Leigh Marques, Gabriel Nothnagel, and Kelsey Dean. 36 pages in English.
2015
1 20
The Bandit Zine issue # 8: Love + Heart Break Through An Intersectional Lens, The Bandit Zine
An exploration from an intersectional perspective of the themes of love and heartbreak that features the work created by marginalized people, and that seeks to view love beyond the romance of cisgender, straight, white people. Published in Grand Rapids, Michigan by The Bandit Zine with contributors Do Nguyen Mai, PJ Carmichael, Daily Robot Shop, Ava Nguyen, Ben Kleyn, Danielle Alexander, Alexander C., Lydia VanHoven, Mary Raab, Olivia M., Chloe Henderson, Lucy Ryan, Zoey, Andrea Hines, Alexis Brenner, Michaela Hillis, Alexandria Cowan, Lindsey Normington, Omnes et Nihil, Karina Suzanne, Stephanie T., Jillian Maris, and Quey. 36 pages in English.
2016
1 21
The Bandit Zine Ephemera, The Bandit Zine
A set of colorful pins with slogans and art from The Bandit Zine.
1 22
When Language Runs Dry # 3: A Zine For People With Chronic Pain And Their Allies, Claire Barrera and Meredith Burner
A zine about parenting and "invisibility" with chronic pain, and "ways of surviving and thriving in the face of ongoing illness." Includes 4 essays, a 15 page comic essay, contributor bios, and a resource list. Published in Portland, Oregon by NeverTwice with contributors Heather Anderson, Claire Barrera, Anna Hamilton, Cassandra, Shelby, Meredith Butner, and Sailor Holladay. 56 pages in English.
2010
1 23
When Language Runs Dry # 4, Claire Barrera and Meredith Burner
A compzine that discusses chronic pain, mental illness, and identity as well as self-care. Published in Portland, Oregon by NeverTwice with contributors Claire Barrera, Craig Lewis, Elizabeth Robertson, Jonah Aline Daniel, Karen Hixson, Melanie Gayle, Meredith Butner, and Noemi Martinez. 52 pages in English.
2011
1 24
The Baby Wait, Miss C. Bear
A surreal comix about “trying to grow a family, most recently through adoption” that covers an emotional range spanning hope, frustration, and jealousy. Published in Tacoma, Washington by Mend My Dress Press. 44 pages in English.
1 25
Fallopian Falafel # 1, Hadass S. Ben-Ari
Fallopian Falafel – אשת חיל is a non-profit, Jerusalem-based zine covering third-wave, riot grrrl, and religious feminism. It is self-described as "secular leftist," but not "anti-religious nor anti-Zionist." It contains short essays, stories, and photos of Jerusalem. Published in Jerusalem, Israel with contributors Sarah I. Illouz, Mor, Sue Tourkin-Komet, Loolwa Khazzoom, Gil Zohar, Jenny B. Cerridwen, and Hadass S. Ben-Ari. 20 pages in English and Hebrew.
2007
1 26
Fallopian Falafel # 2, Hadass S. Ben-Ari
Fallopian Falafel – אשת חיל is a non-profit, Jerusalem-based zine covering third-wave, riot grrrl, and religious feminism. It is self-described as "secular leftist," but not "anti-religious nor anti-Zionist." It contains short essays, stories, and photos of Jerusalem Published in Jerusalem, Israel with contributors Gil Zohar, I. Erez, Sandra Fragola, Anna Leach, Andrew Friedman, Rachel Kessler, Simon Williams, and Hadass S. Ben-Ari. 32 pages in English and Hebrew.
2007
1 27
Fallopian Falafel Ephemera, Hadass S. Ben-Ari
Buttons and postcards from the Fallopian Falafel – אשת חיל zine.
2007
1 28
Teaching Consent to my Kitten, Sierra Black and Medusa Cascade
A simple and short zine that uses illustrations of cat training in order to teach the reader about sexual consent. Published in Boston, Massachusetts by Pleasure Pie. 8 pages in English.
2016
1 29
Anna May Wong: Chinese-American Movie Star, Julia Von De Bur
A thematic comic biography zine of Anna May Wong that covers important aspects of her life as a movie star during a period of intense racism in the US and in Hollywood. It includes a timeline of her life side by side important historical events and drawings from iconic moments in her movies. Published in Chicago, Illinois. 16 pages in English and Chinese.
2011
1 30
Teeth, P. Calavara
A short stylized story recounting a toothache and the difficulty of being a step-child. 20 pages in English.
2016
1 31
The Chocola Unicorn Adventures, calder, declan, elsie, jacob, lyla, oliver, olivia, ruby, sam, tessa jane, and adina
A short collaboration comix by children. 20 pages in English.
2016
1 32
What is Sex-Positivity? Medusa Cascade
An introduction to sex-positivity that focuses on consent, pleasure, and acceptance of diverse expressions of sexuality. Published in Boston, Massachusetts by Pleasure Pie. 8 pages in English.
2015
1 33
Me and Bruce # 3: Because the night belongs to Batman, Holly Casio
A collection of Bruce Springsteen song lyrics overlaid on panels from Batman comics. Published by Cool Shmool Zines. 16 pages in English.
2013
1 34
I Don't Have a Body, Charlie
An exploration of coping mechanisms for the oppression the author faces for being queer and disabled that focuses on the concept of the author not having a body. Published in Seattle, Washington. 20 pages in English.
2016
1 35
What Not to Say to a Type I Diabetic… Ever! Charlie
The author's humorous take on the "shitty things" people say to diabetics." Published in Seattle, Washington. 16 pages in English.
2016
2 1
Mend My Dress # 10.1- # 10.4, Neelybat Chestnut
Four short jounal-like reflections on the concepts of home, depression, therapy, and self-care. Published in Tacoma, Washington by Mend My Dress Press. 4 pages in English.
2013
2 2
Mend My Dress # 14, Neelybat Chestnut
A zine that covers the issues of identity, sexuality, romance, gender, and art, and how the author's conception of those issues has shifted as her life has changed. Published in Tacoma, Washington by Mend My Dress Press. 8 pages in English.
2016
2 3
Big Diamond # 2, Liam Ira Christian
A photo zine by four-year-old Liam who takes the photos, does the layouts, and dictates the captions. This is the second zine in the series and focuses on life in his farmhouse at the end of winter. It also includes an introduction letter to the reader and an interview between him and his mother Pioneers Press owner Jessie Duke. Published in Lansing, Kansas by Pioneers Press. 24 pages in English.
2015
2 4
Steer Queer Volume 1 Issue 1, Cat Conley
The "deviant" themed first issue of Steer Queer featuring stories, poems, and art from over 20 writers and artists from the Pittsburgh area. Published in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania by Steer Queer with contributors Noah C. Riley, Catherine Conley, Chelsea Eddington, Joshua Dusk, Hannah Jarvis, Evelyn Milburn, Heidi Simpson, Mousebones, Anonymous, Sarah, Bebe Berretta, Moriah Ella Mason, Casey Can, Sam Thorp, and Noah C. Riley. 44 pages in English.
2014
2 5
Steer Queer Volume 1 Issue 2, Cat Conley
A mental health themed issue with stories, poems, art, and photography from contributors across the US. Published in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania by Steer Queer with contributors Emma Wickline, Sam Thorp, Tamar Shrikian, Casey Canfield, Heidi Simpson, Jeffrey Katrencik, Maggio, Jasmine Hearn, Jenna Arthur-Tomor, Sam Brown, and Maria Emilia Escudero. 40 pages in English.
2014
2 6
Steer Queer Volume 1 Issue 3, Cat Conley
An identity themed issue with stories, poems, art and photography from contributors all over the world. Published in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania by Steer Queer with contributors Nancy Evelyn Gold, Civa Bhusal, Jeffrey Thompson, Marcus Kim, Jenna Arthur-Tomor, Christopher Robert Scott, Lucille Gelsomina Falco, Violet Thunder, Juan Mejias, Kristina Webster-Shue, Sam Thorp, Jess Paul, A.J. Koury, Emily Horstman, Louie Clay, Diana Dragonetti, Austin Eichelberger, Vegas Devon Rylie, Dorian Dyler, Babs, Heidi Simpson, Matthew Conway, Catherine Conley, Woo the Artist, and Chelsey Engel. 48 pages in English.
2014
2 7
Steer Queer Volume 1 Issue 4, Cat Conley
A love themed issue with stories, poems, art and photography from contributors across the US. Published in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania by Steer Queer with contributors Jeffrey Katrencik, Phoebe Smith, V, Lindsey Hyakawa, Eric Norris, A. Claude Sessoms, V.L. Seek, Sam Thorp, Mandee Driggers, river ugh, Juan Mejia, Jake Marley, Cat Conley, Emily Horstman, Robert Lee Bailey, ChiChi Rivera, Tera McIntosh, Heidi Simpson, Kimbery Riley, Sara Century, and Katie Kittenfists. 40 pages in English.
2015
2 8
Steer Queer Volume 2 Issue 1, Cat Conley
A redemption themed issue with stories, poems, art and photography from contributors across the US. Published in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania by Steer Queer with contributors Christine Stoddard, Kristin Kest, Jeffrey Katrencik, Anne Schwan, A.J. Koury, Kitteh Miao, Julie Finch, Sam Thorp, Heidi Simpson, Brian Broome, Jeffrey K. Freund, Michael David Battle, Davelle Barnes, Cat Conley, and Tellie. 40 pages in English.
2015
2 9
Steer Queer Volume 2 Issue 2, Cat Conley
A childhood themed issue featuring work from writers and artists, both adults and children, from all across the country. Published in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania by Steer Queer with contributors Brian Broome, DG Mago, Jesse Morales, Kelvin Ka-Shing LIT, Jay Frankston, Heidi Simpson, Kristina Bringman, Julie Finch, and Kitteh Miao. 40 pages in English.
2015
2 10
I was a Teenage Mormon, Caitlin Constantine
The author explores her childhood and adolescence in a mostly text perzine. She relates childhood trauma, including having been raped by a Mormon teenager, to her heavy involvement in the Church of Latter Day Saints and how she later turned away from it after becoming involved in the riot grrrl movement. Published in Saint Pete Beach, Florida. 124 pages in English.
2009
2 11
Mad Mulatta # 1, Brittany Couch
A perzine that analyzes glasses, food, feminism, insomnia, milk, hair, mixed ethnicity, and angry feelings that includes various drawings. Published in Seattle, Washington by Brown Recluse Zine Distro. 20 pages in English.
2013
2 12
Mad Mulatta # 2, Brittany Couch
A perzine with reflections on glasses, hair, zine fests, religion, bras, feminism and womanism, and the internet. It includes the history and evolution of the author's hair as she ages. Published in Seattle, Washington by Brown Recluse Zine Distro. 28 pages in English.
2014
2 13
Apoyo, Cindy Crabb
The Spanish translation of Support zine, an anthology zine about ways to prevent sexual violence and support survivors of sexual abuse. The zine also contains letters Cindy has received and her personal wisdom on listening, talking about sex, consent, and power dynamics as well as comics by Fly. Published in Athens, Ohio by Doris Press. 60 pages in Spanish.
2 14
Doris # 23, Cindy Crabb
A perzine about love, the author's grandmother, abortion, menstrual extraction, being in jail, and camping. Published in Athens, Ohio by Doris Press. 36 pages in English.
2 15
Doris # 26, Cindy Crabb
A perzine about hope, language, shyness, social ecology, and the concept of truth. Published in Athens, Ohio by Doris Press. 28 pages in English.
2 16-17
Doris # 29 and 30, Cindy Crabb
A perzine that includes "How I Quit Worrying and Learned to Love Being Queer," stories and comics about mini horses, voting, and helping to start a Rock and Roll Camp for Girls. Published in Athens, Ohio by Doris Press.
2 18-19
Doris # 31 and 32, Cindy Crabb
A mixture of stories about femininity training, conversationalists, making a happier life, death and creativity, the first of an interview series with anarchists over 40, and book reviews. Published in Athens, Ohio by Doris Press.
2016
2 20
Filling the Void: Interviews about Quitting Drinking and Using, Cindy Crabb
A zine for people trying to quit. Stories about the positive and negative roles drinking and using had in the lives of the contributors, why they decided to quit, what they struggled with, and how they managed to quit. Interviewees include Erick Lyle (Scam zine), Artnoose (Ker-bloom zine), Cindy (Doris zine), and John Geek (The Fleshies). Interviews conducted by and edited by Cindy and Caty Crabb. Published in Athens, Ohio by Doris Press with contributors Steve, Caty Crabb, Tom, John Geek, Artnoose, Erick Lyle, Emily, Lauren Scanlon, and Cindy Crabb. 60 pages in English.
2011
2 21
Nancy # 2: a queer zine, Alex Creep
A zine about gender, non-binary identity, femme and masc presentation, sexuality, and transgender women as well as movies and shopping for dresses. Published in London, United Kingdom by Sister Ectoplasma Distro. 36 pages in English.
2016
2 22
This is Why We Hate You, Chloe Crossman and Meredith Jones
A collaborative zine about the service industry with caricatures of annoying and rude patrons. Published in California by Chloe Crossman. 24 pages in English.
2015
2 23
Wank: 12 Real Life Methods of Female Masturbation, Sophie Crow
A book about masturbation that took 12 methods that women have said they used online to masturbate and illustrated them. Published in Norwich, United Kingdom by Oyster Knife. 28 pages in English.
2014
2 24
Amtrak: Adventures through the South, Sarah Crowder and Sophie Ioannou
A zine about the nature of traveling that recalls a trip from New York that crossed the South to Los Angeles. The zine includes stories about the people and places the author saw along the way. Published in Lansing, Kansas by Pioneers Press and Gut Feelings. 22 pages in English.
2015
2 25
crashing cars: a pregnancy zine, Summer Danger
A perzine cataloging with prose, art, and photos the author’s physical and emotional experiences of her pregnancy month by month. 32 pages in English.
2005
2 26
Swimming to the Island: Performance Art & The Occupation of Alcatraz, Demian DinéYazhi'
A zine that examines Indigenous performance in the beginning stages of the Performance Art Movement of the 60s and 70s that focuses on Richard Oakes diving into the San Francisco Bay on November 9th, 1969. This zine attempts to archive this moment as both an act of political resistance and a performative act worthy of reconsideration during the social, political, and creative landscape of 1969. Published by R.I.S.E.: Radical Indigenous Survivance & Empowerment. 14 pages in English.
2016
2 27
Going Places # 1: the realities of being Native American, Kesheena Doctor
An introductory guide to issues and histories about Native Americans and an exploration of the author’s frustrations, doubts, and uncertainties about their Navajo identity. Published in Lansing, Kansas by Pioneers Press. 32 pages in English and Navajo.
2016
2 28
Going Places # 2: Pow Wow Country, Kesheena Doctor
The author's reflection on family, indigenous culture, and an exploration on the love of music and powwows. Published in Lansing, Kansas by Pioneers Press. 20 pages in English.
2016
2 29
Going Places # 3: A Native American in Education, Kesheena Doctor
A zine exploring the author’s feelings about their imminent graduation, family history, colonization, and imposter syndrome among other struggles facing people of color in the education system. Published in Lansing, Kansas by Pioneers Press. 20 pages in English.
2016
2 30
Well, Poop, Jim Donaldson
A short comix of a series of unfortunate events befalling a character who responds with, "Well, Poop." 8 pages in English.
2 31
Every Thug Is A Lady: Adventures Without Gender, Julia Eff
A hand-drawn and hand-written comic zine describing the experience of being a neutrois person in a cisnormative society including anecdotes of being misgendered, dysphoria, relationships, employment, and daily routines. Published in Lansing, Kansas by Pioneers Press. 68 pages in English.
2014
2 32
Telegram # 33, Miranda Elizabeth
A zine about counseling and being transgender, the inaccessibility of therapy, transphobic services, ableist language, and "Mad Pride." Published in Toronto, Canada by School For Maps. 24 pages in English.
2014
2 33
A Little Book in Quechua, Ellita
A small zine with words in Quechua, English, and Spanish that correspond with pictures. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah by Ellita. 8 pages in English, Spanish, and Quechua.
2016
2 34
Survivor Zine, Feminism Static and Hush Baby Collective
The Survivor Zine is a collaboration between two feminist publications, Feminism Static and Hush Baby Collective. The zine uses art and storytelling to call attention to rape and assault and provides resources to promote healing and aims to celebrate personal strength through trauma. Published in Phoenix, Arizona by Feminism Static and Hush Baby Collective with contributors Moonbeam, Neva Davis, Paris, Ryan Mellor, Amber Amour, Johnna M. Gale, Justin Munoz, Melissa Dunmore, F. Alexandra, Desiree Rinehart, Charissa Lucille, Jennifer Vega, FeministaJones, Audi G., Alyssa Seibert, and Vern. 64 pages in English.
2015
3 1
Chronic Illness Grrl # 1: Origin Story, Katie Tastrom Fenton
A comic that focuses on being fat, chronically ill, and dealing with fat shaming (and other forms of discrimination) from doctors. The end of the zine contains resources about navigating doctor visits as a fat person titled “fat hacks at the doctors.” 24 pages in English.
3 2
Fight Back! News and Views from the People's Struggle/¡Lucha Y Resiste! Noticias y Perspectivas de la Lucha del Pueblo, Fight Back! News
A newspaper affiliated with the Marxist-Leninist Freedom Road Socialist Organization offering coverage and analysis of the battles facing working and low-income people, students, and immigrants. The writers and staff of Fight Back! are activists and organizers. This issue covers the struggle for community control of the police, union elections, the political repression of Palestinian American activist Rasmea Odeh, and whether or not Trump is a fascist. Published in Minneapolis, Minnesota by Fight Back! News with contributors Freedom Road Socialist Organization, Joe Iosbaker, Michela Martinazzi, and Dave Schneider. 8 pages in English and Spanish.
2016
3 3
Some Points on the Mass Line, Freedom Road Socialist Organization
A study prepared by the Marxist-Leninist Freedom Road Socialist Organization about the mass line, the method of organizing formalized by the Communist Party of China (CPC). This pamphlets walks through the nuances of mass work with examples from the author’s past experience, quotes from CPC Chairman Mao Zedong, and questions to guide the study. The end of the pamphlet contains mock scenarios for practicing mass line ideas and recommended reading. Published by the Freedom Road Socialist Organization. 20 pages in English.
2008
3 4
The Gayzette # 1: Friends+Lovers, The Gayzette
A LGBTQA+ focused zine made "by teens for teens" run by the Montclair High School Gay-Straight Alliance as an outlet to express their identities and share stories. Published in Montclair, California, United States by The Montclair High School Gay Straight Alliance with contributors Gabriela Amelia, Jacob Walter, A.L. Booth, Daniel Schapiro, Alexis Dickerson, Sophie Schobert, and Anna Karapin-Springorum. 16 pages in English.
2016
3 5
The Gayzette: An MHS GSA Zine, The Gayzette
A LGBTQA+ focused zine made by the Montclair High School Gay Straight Alliance that features information including a glossary and resources for people who seek to be inclusive and supportive of gay and transgender people. Published in Montclair, California, United States by The Montclair High School Gay Straight Alliance with contributors Gabriela Amelia, Sophie Schobert, B, Sophie Sander, Daniel Schapiro, and Jane Brandt. 24 pages in English.
2016
3 6
Areolas + Eyelashes, geoff
An anarchist zine about trauma, addiction, femme, post-traumatic stress disorder, sobriety, and being misgendered and misraced. Published in Toronto, Canada. 24 pages in English.
2014
3 7
nobody cares: pieces to pathways, geoff
A zine featuring creative writings, online status updates, and academic texts inspired by the author's friend. It covers topics ranging from selfie culture, sober stories, mixed race identity, and humility. Published in Toronto, Canada. 24 pages in English.
2014
3 8
Little Cloud # 1: Borders, Boundaries, and Barriers, Julia Glassman
A series of anecdotes, stories, and poems focused on blending witchcraft, Judaism, and Buddhism; colonization and misappropriation; and using “permaculture as a metaphor for building a healthy spiritual ecosystem by looking for the places where boundaries overlap.” Published in Los Angeles, California. 32 pages in English.
2013
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All in Your Head # 3: (A)Sexuality, Intimacy, & Identity, Sam Glitterwurst
Essays, poetry, photography, drawings, and paintings centered on intimacy, (a)sexuality, and how they interact with disability, queerness, and neurodivergence. Published in Minneapolis, Minnesota with contributors Kayla Rose, Jespa Kieselstein, Olivia Montoya, V, Liza Lauper, Mica McDonald, Kelsie Kachel, Barbara Ruth, Jacklyn Janeksela, Barbara, Sky Cubacub, Maira, and Raymond Luczak. 84 pages in English.
2016
3 10
Health Insurance Questions Explained by Cats, Sam Glitterwurst
A short zine with health insurance advice with pictures of cats. Published in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 20 pages in English.
2016
3 11
How To Make A Zine, Sam Glitterwurst
A short tutorial zine on making zines. Gives descriptions of what zines are, zine genres, how to fold zines, and goes over buying and selling them. Published in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 16 pages in English.
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Trans Media Revolution: Mini Guide to Trans Tropes in Media, Sam Glitterwurst
A zine about representations and archetypes of transgender people that reinforce the ideology that gender transgressions are deviant and that portray transgender individuals as hypersexual, criminal, and mentally ill. This zine explores five common media tropes and why these portrayals should be challenged. Published in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 8 pages in English.
3 13
The Do-it-Yourself Guide to Fighting the Big Motherfuckin' Sad, Adam Gnade
Self-described as an "anti-depression guide/guide to a freer, more lawless life," this zine contains essays and point-by-point suggestions on ways to fight sadness, anxiety, and boredom. Published in Lansing, Kansas by Pioneers Press. 62 pages in English.
2013
3 14
Simple Steps to a Life Less Shitty, Adam Gnade
A continuation of “Do-It-Yourself Guide to Fighting the Big Motherfuckin' Sad,” this zine contains how-tos and peptalks on overcoming sadness and the trials of modern life. Published in Lansing, Kansas by Pioneers Press. 28 pages in English.
2014
3 15
Skinned Heart: Numero Tres, Nyky Gomez
A feminist zine focused on friendship and support among women, miscommunication, an abusive relationship, gardening, and the loss of white friends. Published in Seattle, Washington by Brown Recluse Zine Distro. 20 pages in English.
3 16
Skinned Heart: Numero Quatro, Nyky Gomez
A zine about surviving abusive relationships, feeling disconnected from culture, health issues and healthcare, and living in the northwest. Published in Seattle, Washington by Brown Recluse Zine Distro. 32 pages in English.
2012
3 17
Skinned Heart: Numero Cinco, Nyky Gomez
A stream of consciousness zine about being bi-polar and mental health at the onset of winter. It also contains a collage poster in the middle of the zine. Published in Seattle, Washington by Brown Recluse Zine Distro. 20 pages in English.
2013
3 18
Amor y Sacrificio, Sayuri Gomez
A zine focused on the author’s trauma due to crossing the border, the lack of accessible health care in the United States, and feeling impotent in regard to being unable to change policies that oppress undocumented immigrants. This zine also includes an interview with the author’s mother about her experience crossing the border. Published in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by No Shame Distro. 24 pages in English and Spanish.
2015
3 19
Whatever # 2: A Body Positive Guide, Gracie and Mandy
A zine created to explore and expose societal constructs in media and society regarding aesthetic ideals of women’s size and weight. Published in California, United States by thehandandtheart. 24 pages in English.
2015
3 20
Small Magic # 1, Hannah
A perzine about radical self-care and dealing with mental health issues that is focused on antidepressants, social anxiety, and recovery from alcoholism and disordered eating as well as with queerness, nutrition, feminism, and the author’s love of microbes. Published by Small Magic Zine. 32 pages in English.
2015
3 21
always & forever: a zine about friendship, Heather
A comp zine filled with stories and comics about friendships lost, the difficulties of making new friends as an adult, creating solid friendships, and friends as intentional community. Published in Chicago, Illinois with contributors Brittany Maksimovic, Caitlin Constantine, Celia C. Pérez, Heather, Jamie Varriale Vélez, JC, Jen T, Jenna Brager, K, LB, Leslie Perrine, Lily Pepper, Sara Bear, Sarah McCarry, and Marissa Falco. 52 pages in English.
2014
3 22
Fat Girl, Mary E. Higgins
A body-positive zine exploring the issue of culture, fashion, and health from the perspective of plus size girls. It includes several full page articles, illustrations, and a collage. Published in Portland, Oregon by M. Press Publishing. 24 pages in English.
2015
3 23
Geek Girls, Mary E. Higgins
A zine featuring a feminist analysis of "geek girls" that includes full length articles about women in STEM, a "Geek Girl Field Guide," and commentary about GamerGate. It features illustrations, a collage, and various facts about nerd culture. Published in Portland, Oregon by M. Press Publishing. 24 pages in English.
2015
3 24
Girly Girls, Mary E. Higgins
A handmade zine featuring full length articles about gender expectations, pop-culture criticism, and feminist analysis of girl culture. Complete with illustrations and a collage. Published in Portland, Oregon by M. Press Publishing. 24 pages in English.
2014
3 25
Mean Girls, Mary E. Higgins
A zine featuring feminist analysis of aggression among girls and women using examples from teen movies, television, and young adult novels that features illustrations, a collage, and several full page articles. Published in Portland, Oregon by M. Press Publishing. 24 pages in English.
2015
3 26
Tributaries # 4: An intro to arthritis in youth, jc
A continuation of the author’s previous zines talking about illness and disease, this zine is an introduction to arthritis in youth. Published in Washington, D.C. by Tributaries Zine. 22 pages in English.
2013
3 27
Fear Brown Queers: Returning and de-centering the white gaze: An on-going visual essay, Jacob V Joyce
An “ongoing visual essay” chronicling illustrations and quotes from people of color making critical observations about the art world in the United Kingdom. Published in London, United Kingdom by sorryyoufeeluncomfortable collective. 18 pages in English.
2014
3 28
White Boys: A Simple Zine About White Men, Jacob V Joyce
A short zine about the way white men interact with race and racism with short poems above caricatures of white men. Published in London, United Kingdom by sorryyoufeeluncomfortable collective. 12 pages in English.
2014
3 29
I Like My Sex Like I Like My... Elly Kalfus
A sex positive zine with each page saying, "I like my sex like I like my ___" with different words and illustrations. Published in Boston, Massachusetts by Pleasure Pie. 8 pages in English.
3 30
In Case of Emergency, Katie
A short zine with general advice and simple illustrations about wilderness survival. 16 pages in English.
2016
3 31
Eternal Nap: A zine for taphophiles and morbid enthusiasts, Heather Kennedy
A collection of graveyard and cemetery photos from across the country with the author's musings and descriptions. Published in Bend, Oregon. 36 pages in English.
2015
3 32
We Are Not White Lesbians, Nia King
A short series of comics about the author’s life as a mixed-race queer woman and her relationship with her transgender partner that includes sections about starting hormones, talking with their family, and anecdotes about their life together. Published in Oakland, California. 16 pages in English.
2013
3 33
Survivance Volume I: Indigenous Poesis, Elizabeth LaPensée
Survivance: Indigenous Poesis Zine is a collection of Indigenous poetry that highlights Indigenous narratives that aim to "heal, inform, empower, and mobilize" Indigneous communities. Influenced by the social impact game Survivance, this collection of poetry attempts to act as a bridge between Indigenous tribes from the colonized lands of Canada and the United States of America. Published by R.I.S.E.: Radical Indigenous Survivance & Empowerment with contributors Janet Rogers, Trevino Brings Plenty, Demian DinéYazhi', Melissa Bennett, Melanie Fey, and Neal Shannacappo. 52 pages in English.
2015
3 34
Survivance Volume II: Indigenous Poesis, Elizabeth LaPensée
Survivance: Indigenous Poesis Zine is a collection of Indigenous poetry that highlights Indigenous narratives that aim to "heal, inform, empower, and mobilize" Indigneous communities. Influenced by the social impact game Survivance, this collection of poetry attempts to act as a bridge between Indigenous tribes from the colonized lands of Canada and the United States of America. Published by R.I.S.E.: Radical Indigenous Survivance & Empowerment with contributors Qwo-Li Driskill, Melissa Bennett, Alise Marie Sanchez, Skyler Reed, Abaki Beck, and Layla Woelfle-Deene. 52 pages in English.
2016
3 35
A Man was Lynched Yesterday: A sad, black, queer, transboi's thoughts on the murders of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, Britt Nance Letcher
A reflection on the police murders of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling that relates them to the history of slavery and racism in the United States. Published in Lansing, Kansas by Pioneers Press. 24 pages in English.
2016
3 36
Pictures of You, Luke
An account of the author's attendance of a Cure concert with journal-like entries and scrawled drawings. Published in Melbourne, Australia. 48 pages in English.
2016
3 37
MariNaomi's Semi-Illustrated Interview with Alison Bechdel, MariNaomi
An illustrated zine of MariNaomi’s interview with Alison Bechdel that alternates between a traditional interview text format and panels in a comic that examine narcissism, reading one's reviews, and family. Published in Los Angeles, California. 20 pages in English.
2013
3 38
Rut Zine # 21, Bianca Martin
A short journal zine recalling a trip to the Werrinee Open Range Zoo with reflections on animal containment, a past relationship, and the death of the author's father. Published in Melbourne, Australia. 8 pages in English.
2016
3 39
Choose Your Own Consensual Adventure: A Step by Step Guide to Making Sure That All the Sex You Initiate is Consensual and Safe(r), Nicole Mazzeo
An illustrated choose-your-own-adventure zine in which the reader is guided through a series of questions regarding consent and safe sex. Published in Boston, Massachusetts by Pleasure Pie. 48 pages in English.
2014
4 1
The Sexual Freedom Activism Field Guide, Nicole Mazzeo
A guide to getting involved with sexuality activism in order to create a "cultural shift toward a more sexually accepting culture." Published in Boston, Massachusetts by Pleasure Pie. 8 pages in English.
2016
4 2
Empower Yoself Before You Wreck Yoself: Native American Feminist Musings Volume 1, Amber McCrary and Melanie Fey
A collection of art, poems, and stories by Navajo women designed to help Native women fight against assimilation, patriarchy, white supremacy, and colonization, and fight for a place in counterculture. Published in Seattle, Washington by Brown Recluse Zine Distro with contributors Melanie Fey, Amber McCrary, and Bradley Werley. 48 pages in English.
2014
4 3
The Nizhoni Beat: Native American Feminist Musings Volume 1, Amber McCrary and Melanie Fey
A collection of art, poems, and stories by Navajo women designed to help Native women fight against assimilation, patriarchy, white supremacy, and colonization, and fight for a place in counterculture. Published in Seattle, Washington by Brown Recluse Zine Distro with contributors Melanie Fey, Amber McCrary, Bradley Werley, Kesheena, Tamara Seaton, and A. Saylor. 48 pages in English.
2015
4 4
Shik'is ShiHeart: My Friend, My Heart: Native American Feminist Musings, Amber McCrary and Melanie Fey
A collection of art, poems, and stories by Navajo women designed to help Native women fight against assimilation, patriarchy, white supremacy, and colonization, and fight for a place in counterculture. Published in Seattle, Washington by Brown Recluse Zine Distro with contributors Melanie Fey, Amber McCrary, Kasheena, Ariadne Wolf, Lola Brave, Debro Apo, and Shannon Goodman. 56 pages in English.
2016
4 5
Mend My Dress Press Ephemera, Mend My Dress Press
Five cards with zine titles and art published by Mend My Dress Press with short descriptions on the back. 5 cards in English.
4 6
Different Times: Drag, Life, Rock'n'Roll: Five Years in Six Inch Killaz, 1994-99, Mona/Simon
The zine recalls the history of the author’s band and the drag, trans, queer, and music scenes in London they were a part of. Published in Chapeltown, Leeds, United Kingdom by Footprint Workers Co Operative with contributors. 40 pages in English.
2013
4 7
Fuck You Brain! MonicaCreep
A mini-zine with surreal drawings and short phrases decrying the author's brain. Published in Dawson City, Canada by PeachMoonDIY. 24 pages in English.
4 8
SLC Pink Edition 1, Chloe Monson and Elaine Sayer
A submission based multi-media zine with series with stories, poem, and art by female, trans, and non-binary artists that aims to foster a community of artists. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah by SLC PINK with contributors Chloe Monson, Elaine Sayer, Meg Webb, Franny Gleave, Bianca Valesquez, Sydney Stansfield, Ana Cruz, Lily Lovell, Athena Splett, Madisen Bollinger, Karly Tingey, Kate Tingey, Maris Thompson, Elaina Court, Hannah Rose Murphy, Linnox Green, Feral Wilde, Penelope Tsoutas, Sydney Shane, Ashley Fairbourne, Rachel Urban, Jill de Haan, Sarah Ruth Belle, Jess Flores, Malinda Fisher, Joanelise Christiansen, Meghan Allen, Brinley Froelich, Shley Oner, Madeline Savarese, Maddy Hemmeter, Sabriel Parker, Kristi Thoreson, and Jessica Hughes. 40 pages in English.
2016
4 9
SLC Pink Edition 2: Self Portrait, Chloe Monson and Elaine Sayer
A submission based multi-media zine with series with stories, poem, and art by female, trans, and non-binary artists that aims to foster a community of artists. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah by SLC PINK with contributors Chloe Monson, Elaine Sayer, Heather Mayer, Hannah Murphy, Jess Hughes, Gabi Manning, Lilly Smith, Ann Chen, Shley Oner, Joanelise Christensen, Amanda Swain, Courtney Coles, Sara Faulkner, Gisellle Morgan, Gheybin Comisch, Cami Lutz, Airi Sipes, Lis Pardoe, Lisa Stirland, Kathy Zhou, Kia McGinnis, Logan Law, Lily Gustave, Flannery Mack, Eliana Cabrera, Madeline Savarese, Ashley Goeltz, Franny Gleave, Alexis Rausch, Ashley Fairbourne, Ysa Pitman, Claire Cushing, and Laura Kiechle. 40 pages in English.
2016
4 10
Xicanitas & Punkeristas Say It Loud! An Anti-Copyright Zine Chronicling Xicanas in Punk & Beyond, Brenda Montaño
Say It Loud! contains anecdotes and histories of Xicana women in the punk movement as well as track listings and art. It is the author’s final project for their college class RAZA 410: Seminar in Gender that seeks to combat the objectification and erasure of Xicana women. Published in Oakland, California. 24 pages in English.
2013
4 11
make all good things fall apart #3, Clementine Morrigan and geoff
A collaborative zine made as part of the Anchor Archive zine residency program on themes of addiction, sobriety, and intoxication culture that contains illustrations from both authors. Published in Toronto, Canada. 36 pages in English.
2015
4 12
I Still Live: Biography of a Spiritualist, Annie Murphy
A Xeric grant-winning graphic narrative and illustrative novelette biography of Achsa Sprague, a 19th century feminist, abolitionist, and spiritualist as well as an autobiography of the author. Published in Portland, Oregon. 60 pages in English.
2009
4 13
When She Speaks I Hear The Revolution #1, Stephanie Novak
A collection of stories, poems, and art about women and feminism in the spirit of riot grrrl aimed at empowering the Salt Lake City community. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Alexa Clausen, DeAnn Emett, Eileen McCabe, Jack Martin, Erica Head, Amy Wilkins, Shauna Brock, Stephanie Novak, Renee Redmond, and Leisl A. Bonnell. 20 pages in English.
2011
4 14
When She Speaks I Hear The Revolution #2, Stephanie Novak
A collection of stories, poems, and art about women and feminism in the spirit of riot grrrl aimed at empowering the Salt Lake City community. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Shauna Brock, Brian Frandsen, Becca Christian, Tamara Porter-Jones, Becki Rasmussen, Stephanie Novak, K Lu Quibelle, DeAnn Emett, Erica Head, and Jesse Parent. 32 pages in English.
2012
4 15
Abuela y los Dead Mexicans, Dave Ortega
This comic intersperses the stories of the author’s grandmother's escape from Mexico during the Revolution of 1910-1920 with those from "official" history that features players including the Revolution's "Big Four": Pancho Villa, Emiliano Zapata, Alvaro Obregon and Venustiano Carranza. Published in Somerville, Massachusetts. 24 pages in English and Spanish.
2011
4 16
Hacienda, Dave Ortega
A short illustrated story that examines how truth interacts with constructed reality by going back and forth between a cable show about an allegedly-haunted Mexican hacienda and the suspicious events that actually occurred there 100 years ago. Published in Somerville, Massachusetts. 20 pages in English.
2014
4 17
Tragic Hotline Worker: A fictionalized comix-journal, Gladys P.
A surreal comic zine arranged in a loose narrative that explores the author’s experience working at a peer support call center as a closeted transgender woman and as someone labeled “in recovery.” 10 pages in English.
2015
4 18
A Week of Free Bleeding (or the Time I Turned Spongebob into Leif Erikson), Sam Parfitt
A journal zine that follows a week of the author not using any sanitary products during their period. Published in Tomorden, United Kingdom by Stocking Stitch Studios. 16 pages in English.
2016
4 19
Your Black Friend, Ben Passmore
A comic and letter written in the second person about racism, classism, sexism, and capitalism directed at the author's white friends. Published in New Orleans, Louisiana. 28 pages in English.
2016
4 20
Solicitation Skill Set: A Guide to Respectfully Hitting on People, Casey Pegg
This zine is explores how to approach people romantically and sexually in a way that is as positive and empowering as possible for everyone involved. Published in Boston, Massachusetts by Pleasure Pie with contributors Casey Pegg and Nicole Mazzeo. 8 pages in English.
2016
4 21
Entropy, Peregrine
A story about incest survival, trauma, and healing. Written over several years, this zine explores the author’s discovery that he was a childhood incest survivor and the difficulties of denial. Published in Athens, Ohio by Doris Press. 68 pages in English.
2011
4 22
Sherman Sez: A Sherman Alexie Fanzine (It's True!), Celia C. Pérez
A small zine that explains the author’s admiration of Sherman Alexie along with various quotes and Tweets from Sherman. Published in Chicago, Illinois. 16 pages in English.
2012
4 23
Sherman Sez: A Sherman Alexie Fanzine #2, Celia C. Pérez
A small zine recalling the moment the author gave Sherman Alexie the fanzine Sherman Sez: A Sherman Alexie Fanzine. It also includes Tweets from and various facts about Sherman and a picture of the author and Sherman together. Published in Chicago, Illinois. 16 pages in English.
4 24
Otherly Love: A Philly Feminist Zine Fest Compzine, Philly Feminist Zine Fest
A compilation zine of poems, stories, and comics focusing on feminism and life in Philadelphia. Published in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by Philly Feminist Zine Fest with contributors Dre Grigoropol, Jenna Brager, Rachel Casiano Hernandez, Moose Lane, Rachel K. Zall, jc, Joyce Hatton, Brielle Meyerson, Maddy Court, Sara Bear, Tina Furr, Christine Stoddard, Jen King, Sarah Sawyers-Lovett, Jaime Morgan, sari, and April Duangjumpa. 28 pages in English.
2014
4 25
Pioneers Press Ephemera, Pioneers Press
A personal message to the person who ordered zines Pioneers Press, Pioneers Press stickers, a pin and postcards.
4 26
Sex Letters Volume 1, Pleasure Pie
A submission based compzine composed of letters written to the authors’ teenage selves telling them what they wish they had known about sex, their bodies, gender, and relationships. Published in Boston, Massachusetts by Pleasure Pie with contributors Fay H., Nicole, Sam, and Kristen Stubbs. 12 pages in English. This folder contains 2 copies.
2015
4 27
It's OK: A Few Things Everyone Should Know About Sex, Pleasure Pie
This zine is made up of people's answers to the question, "What's one thing you wish you could tell the world about sex?" that explores sexual and personal freedom. Published in Boston, Massachusetts by Pleasure Pie. 8 pages in English.
2016
4 28
Queens: A Visual Encyclopedia, Erin Potter
A series of drawings corresponding to different queens, such as Marie Antoinette, and places and things called queens. Published by Paper Noise. 44 pages in English.
2011
4 29
Plaid Skirts + Converse # 3: The Mental Hospital Issue, Quinn
A perzine composed of journal entries and lists from the author’s most recent stay in a psychiatric ward. Published in Seattle, Washington by Touch the Puppet Head Zines & Sundries Shop. 24 pages in English.
2012
4 30
Not Queer as in Radical, but Lesbian as in Fuck You! Revised Edition, rachel
First released in February 2011, this perzine explored the author's decision at that time to use the word “lesbian” as a substitute for “queer.” This personal decision was tied to male domination and sex-right in supposedly “sex positive” queer spaces as well as the perpetuation of misogynistic tropes and devaluation of lesbian identities within ostensibly progressive and feminist communities. This revised version is split into two sections, the original essay and Yr Pinkwashing is Showing which provides further context about when and why the first edition was written. Published in Northeastern United States by Hoax. 28 pages in English.
2015
4 31
Dr. Rad's Queer Health Show # 1: Self Exams and Check Ups, Rad Remedy and Isabella Rotman
Dr. RAD's Queer Health Show is a series of health guides focused on the transgender, gender non-conforming, intersex, and LGBTQ+ communities made in collaboration between RAD Remedy and illustrator Isabella Rotman. This focuses on self-exams, checkups, hormone options, and other topics related to transgender and LGBTQ+ health and wellness. Published by Rad Remedy. 28 pages in English.
2016
4 32
In Defense of Marxist Feminism: Radical Women and Freedom Socialist Party Debate the ISO, Radical Women
A pamphlet of three polemics from the Freedom Socialist Party (FSP), a Trotskyist organization, and Radical Women, a feminist socialist organization affiliated with FSP, aimed at the International Socialist Organization (ISO), a separate Trotskyist group. The polemics attacks the ISO’s stance on feminism, a movement the ISO considers bourgeois, separatist, and separate from women’s liberation. Published in San Francisco, California by Radical Women with contributors Megan Cornish, Linda Averill, and Toni Mendicino. 28 pages in English.
2008
4 33
Deafula # 2, Kerri Radley
The author talks about the cost of hearing aids, which health insurance does not cover, and the other out-of-pocket costs associated with deaf healthcare exclusion. Published in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by Deafula. 24 pages in English.
2011
4 34
Deafula # 5: Interview with My Mother, Kerri Radley
An interview with the author’s mother on the experience of a hearing parent raising a deaf child in the time before the Americans with Disabilities Act, Individualized Education Program, and professional medical guidance beyond "well, just try to teach her how to speak" existed. Published in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by Deafula. 44 pages in English.
2013
4 35
Deafula # 6: Tour Stories, Kerri Radley
A recounting of the author’s first zine tour with a focus on presenting on the 2013 Chicago Zine Fest panel. It also includes confessions of nerves, sweet moments, and funny stories as well as the struggle of requesting accommodation and navigating how others' good intentions interact with reality. Published in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by Deafula. 50 pages in English.
2013
4 36
Deafula # 7, Kerri Radley
A zine about accessibility in radical and zine communities that presents methods to improve spaces and make them more accessible. Published in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by Deafula. 44 pages in English.
2015
4 37
Quiet Riot: The Shy Sober Kid Zine, Riot Brrrl Zines
An anarchist and punk zine examining being shy, having anxiety and depression, and sobriety in punk and queer culture. Published by Riot Brrrl Zines with contributors Quinn, H., fabian romero, Jamie, and Sorrel Ravenspeaker. 24 pages in English.
4 38
At The End Of The Day, Dave Roche and Karen
A zine composed of the last line of journal entries from both Dave Roche in Portland from 2000 and Karen in Chicago from 2012 to 2015. The lines are arranged by month and provides a disjointed but personal look into their lives. 28 pages in English.
2015
4 39
Dangerous Damsels: Feminist Fairy Tales, Sarah Rose
A zine of feminist retellings of various classic fairytales including Little Red Riding Hood, Thumbelina, Hansel and Gretel, and Cinderella. Published in Lansing, Kansas by Pioneers Press with contributors Sarah Rose, Dre Grigorol, Kris Gutknecht, Kyla O. Somerville, Marie Macula, Sivan Sabach, and Meg Eubank. 24 pages in English.
2013
5 1
Not on my Watch: A bystander's handbook for the prevention of sexual violence, Isabella Rotman
A bystander training handbook to prevent sexual assault that includes information on consent, how to respond to inappropriate comments, specific strategies to intervene in bad situations, tips to protect yourself, and guides for what to do if a friend is in an abusive relationship. This book is designed with college campus communities in mind, and strives to take a forward approach to encouraging bystanders to step forward to keep themselves and the people around them safe. Published in Chicago, Illinois. 60 pages in English.
2016
5 2
Dream World, RUBY
A short comix with simple drawings of candy. 8 pages in English.
2016
5 3
Radical Sameness, Rudy Can't Fail
A small zine focused on the concept of “the radical potential of sameness for queer visibility” that recalls times when the author and their partner have been mistaken for siblings and includes scanned pictures of Justin Bieber. Published in London, United Kingdom by Sister Ectoplasma Distro. 1 double sided page in English.
2012
5 4
This House is Not a Landmark, Rust Belt Jessie and Jesse Grease
A zine split between Rust Belt Jessie and Jesse Grease with stories about punkhouses, US “history in the making,” personal reflections, and community. Published in Lansing, Kansas by Pioneers Press. 24 pages in English.
2015
5 5
Alt Press Fest Zine, Salt Lake City Alternative Press
A compilation zine of comics from the City Library’s eighth annual Alt Press Fest that highlights Utah artists and authors. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah by Salt Lake City Alternative Press with contributors Patrick Weeks, Claire Taylor, Cole Armstrong, Bonnie Cooper, D. Bradford Gambles, Drew Grella, Juli Jump Rope, Matt Crane, Jess Smart Smiley, Sarah Morton, Rory Donahoe, Brittany Long Olsen, Steve Anderson, BC Sterrett, Eyesore, Grid Zine Fest, Lexi Johnson, Jason Beirens, Nick Francis Potter, Erin Potter, Nathan Pearce, Spencer Holt, SLCC Community Writing Center, Eden Sanders, and Athena Splett. 28 pages in English.
2016
5 6
Hoax 8: feminisms and mythologies, sari and rachel
A compilation essay zine focused on myths and monstrosity and how they relate to the authors’ conception of feminism, LGBTQ+ theory, reproductive health, history, and activism. The zine includes feminist poems, comics, and vegan recipes. Published in Northeastern United States by Hoax with contributors Maggie Siegel-Berele, G Ragovin, Eleanor Leonne Bennet, Meg Dreadnought-Hoax, Erin Case, Elle Perez, Andrea MacDonald, Jenna B, jamie varriale vélez, Chanelle Allesandre Bergeron, Colleen Borst, Evelyn Deshane, Roman Arevalo, Debbie Hu, Y. Lerer, A. Bird, Victoria VerHagen, Carly Toepfer, Olivia Horvath, Julia Skorupska, Sara Peyser, River Willow Fagan, Sarah Rose, Ksenya Leah Basarab (leah b.), Elvis Bakaitis, a.s burton, Jude Diebold, Rahne Alexander, Cassandra, Rachel Klos, Amina Ross, Georgia McCandlish, Sam McFadden, Theresa Aguilera, Sophie Durbon, Rachel, and sari. 74 pages in English.
2013
5 7
Hoax 10: Feminisms and Embodiments, sari and rachel
A compilation zine focused on difficulties and experiences performing the constructs of gender that one creates to counter the dominant forms in society in the face of scrutiny from others. Also discusses diaspora as identity, living with a sexually transmitted infection, relationships with family, and language. Published in Northeastern United States by Hoax with contributors Kevin Czap, Kaeti Marie, Emily Brooks, Bonnie MacAllister, Sophia Rae Silver, Colleen Borst, Cassandra Leveille, Jessica Beck, Judith J., E.F. Schraeder, Penny Perkins, Anjana Rao, Miriam C., Anton, Gina Marie Bernard, JB, April Penn, Ess Elle, B R Sanders, Lauren Camarata, Cameron Katamari, Phạm Phú Thanh Hằng, Senia Hardwick, ponyboy violet, Jordan Alam, Deyan Crow, Sarah Sawyers-Lovett, Imani Sims, Savannah Garmon, Evelyn Deshane, rachel, and sari. 80 pages in English.
2014
5 8
Retrospect: A Tazewell's Favorite Eccentric Zinethology, Sarah Sawyers-Lovett
Selections from Sarah Sawyers-Lovett’s zine that recall growing up working class and queer in a conservative small town in Virginia that covers the themes of community and friendship, loss, abuse and survival, and finding love. Published in Tacoma, Washington by Mend My Dress Press. 176 pages in English.
2015
5 9
Round, Rough, Thick, Thin: Reflections on Gender, Sexuality, and Mental Health, Sam Schmitt
A zine that reflects on gender, sexuality, size and mental health. Published in Minneapolis, Minnesota by Sam Glitterwurst. 20 pages in English.
5 10
My Pink Scarf Collection, Brandt Schmitz
A compilation of the author’s past writing and artwork from “This Place Sucks." Published in Corvallis, Oregon. 124 pages in English.
2002
5 11
Slingshot No. 118, Slingshot Collective
A radical newspaper published by the Slingshot Collective with articles and editorials submitted from across the country on subjects such as economics, the environment, anti-repression, and resistance. This particular issue focuses on the #BlackLivesMatter movement and veterans. Published in Berkeley, California by the Slingshot Collective with contributors Omar Ricks, Michael Clift, Dagmar (Eggplant) Spannagel, Jesse D. Palmer, Longshanks, A. Mutt, Arjun Pandava, Gerald Smith, Jesse Pfein, A. Iwasa, Black Rose Anarchist Federation-NYC, Eric McDavid, Roxanne Llamas-Villaluz, Finn, Joey, Søren, Robbin Will’s Alms, a cat, SudoMesh, Matti Salminen, Gerrard Winstanley, Jesse D. Palmer, and Kathy Labriola. 20 pages in English.
2015
5 12
Stranger Danger Zine Distro Ephemera, Stranger Danger Zine Distro
Stranger Danger Zine Distro blank postcard.
5 13
Mountain Pixie No. 1: this house is falling apart, Anna Sun
Mountain Pixie contains excerpts from the author’s journals that recall moments from young adulthood with photos, quotes, and mixtape track listings. The zine describes experiences with art teachers, local music venues, and bands. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah. 40 pages in English.
2016
5 14
Queer /+ Femme, Petra Szeman
A mini zine on the concept of femininity within a LGBTQ+ context that is broken into three chapters: the author’s personal experience of "femme invisibility," feminine art, and drag. Published by Artnerd Zine Distro. 8 pages in English.
2016
5 15
Queerness on New Planets: An Ursula K. LeGuin Fanzine, Petra Szeman
A zine of essays and drawings about gender, feminism, queerness, and the author’s own books. Published by Artnerd Zine Distro. 12 pages in English.
2016
5 16
The Zine Pavilion 5th Anniversary, The Zine Pavilion
A zine that chronicles the first five years of the Zine Pavilion at the American Library Association conference. It includes pictures of zine events, poems, and anecdotes about the events and panels the Zine Pavilion team has gone to. 36 pages in English.
2016
5 17
Totally Radical Muslims Zine Volume 1: A Bitchin' Zine, Totally Radical Muslims
Stories, poems, and art about being Muslim in the US focused on the radical and LGBTQ+ Muslim community. Includes pieces on liberation, gender, belief, islamophobia, and collective healing as well as recipes. Published with contributors Shenaaz, Taz, Samara, Saqib, Zahra Noorbaksh, Abdul Latif, Amir Rabiyah, Salima, Aliya, Amina Shafi, Naazneen Diwah, Amal Rana, Pushkar Sharma, Sabiha Basrai, Cihan Khan, Mark Gonzales, Tanzila Ahmed, Tasneem, Omar Waqar, Leila Sidi, Sabina England, and Davi Barker. 36 pages in English.
2012
5 18
Totally Radical Muslims Zine! Volume 3: Queer hzebb stories, Totally Radical Muslims
Stories, poems, and art about being Muslim in the US focused on the radical and LGBTQ+ Muslim community. Includes pieces on liberation, gender, belief, islamophobia, and collective healing as well as recipes. Published in Oakland, California with contributors Mona Sadri, F.S. Ohedma, Mira A, Zeena Aljawad, ZK, Paradise Khanmalek, Usmaan, Zee, Tala Khanmalek, Iraqqiya, Isra S, Amal Rana, Ify Okoye, Sabina England, Shenaaz Janmohamed, Weyam Ghadbian, Aliya Karmali, Roxana Dhada, Shenaaz Janmohamed, and Zuha Khan. 44 pages in English.
2014
5 19
Day Trips No. 3, Grace Tran
An autobiographical piece broken into two parts. The first retraces and explores in prose the author’s family history in relation to the Invasion of Vietnam and in the second the author illustrates a discussion with a US veteran. Published in Chicago, Illinois by Radiator Comics. 28 pages in English.
2014
5 20
Sit and Think about What You've Done, M.R. Trower
A short comic made in the week following the author’s top surgery that explores themes of passing as a transgender person, friendship, and recovery. It finishes with an epilogue that reflects on the surgery after one month has passed. Published in Durham, North Carolina. 28 pages in English.
2015
5 21
ANAlog: Dispatches on D.I.Y. Anorexia Recovery #1, Ponyboy Violet
A critique of the way anorexia is culturally defined as a white, middle class issue that includes personal stories of being hospitalized and politicized and using starving and self-harm as a coping mechanism. Published in Lansing, Kansas by Pioneers Press. 42 pages in English.
2013
5 22
Nuns I've Known, Prunella Vulgaris
The author recalls the nuns she met throughout her time in Catholic elementary, middle, and high schools, and rants about “compulsive fornication,” school libraries, nuns in spike heels, abortion, Ukrainian nuns, and the Channel One program. Published by Microcosm Publishing. 16 pages in English.
2007
5 23
Selfies, We Are Here
A series of selfies, poems, and art by transgender people, non-binary people, and women of color that aims to increase the LGBTQ+ representation in the Utah art and music community. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah by WeAreHere with contributors Julie-Anne Abubo, Paula Bravo, Ella Mendoza, and Eliana. 24 pages in English.
2016
5 24
I'm No Slut // I'm a Slut: Second Edition, Jack William
The author writes about every guy he has had sex with and covers the topics of sexuality, mental health, polyamory, slut-shaming, and rape culture. Published by Eliza Agar Press. 52 pages in English.
2015
5 25
Evil Cats and Dogs Take Over the World,
A short collage zine with images of Hello Kitty, dogs, Disney Princesses, and celebrities side by side dramatic text calling for help. 8 pages in English.

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6 1
2012, Alex Creep
Excerpts from the author's sketchbook kept during the latter half of 2012. 42 pages in English.
2013
6 2
Alex 6, Alex Hays
A zine discussing the author's feelings and experience with gender and sexuality. Published in Brooklyn, New York. 48 pages in English.
2013
6 3
Alex 8, Alex Hays
Discusses the author's experiences in New York City, as a tenured professor, reading Carrie Brownstein's memoir, and dealing with a lack of funding. Published in Brooklyn, New York. 28 pages in English.
2015
6 4
Alex 9, Alex Hays
Zine discussing privacy and self-expression on the internet and the author's reflections on persona as presented through social media and zines. Published in Brooklyn, New York. 32 pages in English.
6 5
Ole' Sis Goose, Alma
African-American folktale about Ole' Sis Goose and the injustice she faced at the hands of Br'er Fox and the other foxes who controlled the courts. Published in New Orleans, Louisiana. 3 pages in English.
6 6
The Meatball's Leader, Alma
Cautionary tale from Afghanistan about a meatball who leads other meatballs to doom. Published in New Orleans, Louisiana. 3 pages in English.
6 7
How Crow Brought the Sun, Alma
Native American folktale about the attempts of Eagle and Falcon to put the sun in the sky, and the eventual success of the Crow. Published in New Orleans, Louisiana. 7 pages in English.
6 8
The Flying Head, Alma
Iroquois folktale about a woman who defeated an evil flying head by tricking it into eating hot rocks. Published in New Orleans, Louisiana. 3 pages in English.
6 9
Oiko's Riceballs, Alma
Japanese folktale about a strong woman named Oiko. Tells the stories of her outsmarting villagers who tried to block the water to her rice and a wrestler who tried to prank her. Published in New Orleans, Louisiana. 3 pages in English.
6 10
Too-Too-Moo and the Giant, Alma
Indonesian folktale about Too-Too-Moo and her mother, and the way that they defeated the giant who intimidated them. Published in New Orleans, Louisiana. 7 pages in English.
6 11
Loops, Alyssa Nelson
A comic about living with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Published with contributors Alyssa Nelson and Shelby Francis. 15 pages in English.
2016
6 12
Witches, Midwives, and Nurses: A History of Women Healers, Barbara Ehrenreich and Dierdre English
Explores women's traditional role as healers and discusses the suppression of witches in medieval Europe and the male medical profession in the United States. Published in Olympia, Washington by Last Word Press. 43 pages in English.
2016
6 13
Goodbye or The State of Nature, Ben Passmore
Comic composed of three short stories about polyamory, real punks, and aging. Published in San Francisco, California by Silver Sprocket. 88 pages in English.
2016
6 14
Trauma Castle: Childhood Stories and Surviving Them, Billy Bitter
Zine discussing the author's experiences with childhood trauma and violence, and dealing with the PTSD they have developed as a result. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by Femme-Crimes Distro. 36 pages in English.
2016
6 15
Bitter Feels: A Non-Binary Femme Affirmation Zine, Billy Bitter
A hand-drawn mini-zine describing and affirming the author's feelings about their gender identity. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by Femme-Crimes Distro. 22 pages in English.
6 16
What is Left: A Zine about Grief, Billy Bitter
Zine giving an account of the death of the author's aunt, including reminiscing about her life and discussion of the ways that the author handled their grief. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by Femme-Crimes Distro. 28 pages in English.
6 17
Can't Take That Away: Notes on Surviving Sexual Violence, Billy Bitter
Contains stories of the author's experiences with sexual violence and their responses to it. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by Femme-Crimes Distro. 44 pages in English.
6 18
High St. Este de Oakland Tierra De Lucha y Limones, Brenda Montaño
Zine about the history of Oakland, California from a Latina perspective. Describes locations and events significant to the Latin American community in Oakland. Published in Oakland, California by Sing Your Life Projects. 18 pages in English, Spanish.
2012
6 19
Xicanistas & Punkeristas Say It Loud!: an Anticopyright Zine Chronicling Xicana's in Punk and Beyond, Brenda Montaño
This is a compilation zine on punk identity. It provides definitions and a history of the words Xicana and Xicanistas, a history of Mexican-American female musicians, punk playlists, and personal stories. Published in Oakland, California. 22 pages in English.
2012
6 20
When freedom becomes responsibility : collecting stories of Xican@ resistance in Colorado, Brenda Montaño Aguilar
A zine following student and community organizers in the Xican@ movement in Colorado during the 1960s and 1970s.  Published in San Francisco, California by Zines Rasquache. 30 pages in English.
2015
6 21
Motor City Kitty 24, Brianna Dearest
Perzine about trauma, depression, and recovery. Published in Columbus, Ohio. 28 pages in English.
2014
6 22
Motor City Kitty 24.5, Brianna Dearest
A newsletter-style zine about the author's feelings regarding Motor City Kitty and disclosing details of her past trauma. Published in Columbus, Ohio. 2 pages in English.
2014
6 23
Motor City Kitty 25, Brianna Dearest
Interviews and portraits done with the author's friends. Published in Columbus, Ohio with contributors Brianna Dearest, Emma T., Tukru, Billy, Tess, Emma E., Kri, Kevin. 32 pages in English.
2015
6 24
Sad Weekends 2: On Sobriety, Intoxication Culture, and Sober Spaces, Brittany N.
Discussion of the author's sobriety and the effect it has when she participates in queer events which feature alcohol. Also discusses the creation of safer spaces where both sober people and people who use alcohol can participate comfortably. 17 pages in English.
2014
6 25
Sad Weekends 3: On Gender Embodiment and Supporting a Loved One with an Addiction, Brittany N.
Zine about the author's response to a close family member who nearly died due to an overdose, and her experience as a gender nonconforming woman. 28 pages in English.
2015
6 26
Brown People for Black Power/Resisting Anti-Blackness in Ourselves and Our Communities, Brown and Proud Press/Moonroot
Split zine by the Brown and Proud Press and Moonroot collectives of people of color. Offers ways to lift up and support black communities and confront anti-blackness in personal relationships and society. Published in Chicago, Illinois by Brown and Proud Press with contributors A.V.A., Gabo Banksi, Cuauhtémoc, Tanuja Devi Jagernauth, Hode Katebi, Mika Muñoz, Fátima Noekai, Fernando Romulo, Melisa Stephen, Vicko, Monica Trinidad, Sasha W., Sine, Cynthia Fong, Mina, Sammie Ablaza Wills, Tracy Nguyen. 56 pages in English. This folder contains two copies.
2015
6 27
Secondhand Emotion, Cassandra
Zine about the author's experiences trying to find a romantic relationship as a black woman, and the way those experiences were influenced by racism and sexism. 38 pages in English.
2015
6 28
Secondhand Emotion 2: Navigating the Politics of Attraction in Late Capitalism through a Nihilistic Feminist Lens, Cassandra
Zine about the author's experiences in relationships as a black woman, and the way those experiences were influenced by racism and sexism. Published with contributors Cassandra, Sy Abudu, Hater Laureate. 50 pages in English.
2016
6 29
Pages, Chloe Monson
A zine created from the author's sketchbook kept between 27 February 2013 and 20 April 2015. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah by Chloe Monson. 16 pages in English.
2015
6 30
Learning Good Consent, Cindy Crabb
A compilation zine including pieces about good consent in relationships. Published in Athens, Ohio by Riotgrrrpress with contributors Cindy Crabb, Andrea, Able, Shannon Perez-Darb, Hysteria Collective, Xokerigirl, Staci Haines, Nick Riotfag, Lee Hunter, Down There Health Collective, Philly Stands Up. 45 pages in English.
6 31
Roots of Hope 5, Corinna
Stories of heartbreak and perseverance from two years of living in Oaxaca, Mexico. The author describes feelings of isolation due to her illegal abortion, attempting to make friends in a new country, and having lovers leave her to return to drugs or wives. 48 pages in English, Spanish.
6 32
Transmission, Daniel
Zine discussing the intersection of racism, homophobia, sexism, and transphobia that the author faces as a working class, non-binary, queer person of color. 27 pages in English.
6 33
Transmission Part Two, Daniel
Zine discussing the intersection of racism, homophobia, sexism, and transphobia that the author faces as a non-binary, queer person of color. 26 pages in English.
6 34
Misanthropic Tales and Other Stuff, Darshana Pathak
Comics about the author's day to day experiences, depression, social commentary, and humorous topics. Published in East Patchogue, New York. 10 pages in English.
2015
6 35
Musings of a Jook-Sing, Diana Mai
Collection of poems, prose, and articles related to the author's experiences with racism and sexism as a Chinese-American woman in the United States. 30 pages in English.
2013
6 36
Pretty Alright; Almost Okay., Elaine Sayer
A zine containing the author's poetry and prose on topics such as art, love, dating, and feminism. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah by Good Phats Zine Company. 19 pages in English.
7 1
Life and Times of Butch Dykes Issue 1 v. 1: Chavela Vargas, Eloisa Aquino
Hand-drawn mini-zine detailing the life of Chavela Vargas, a Mexican musician and singer who came out as lesbian in the 1980s. The zine describes her singing career, friendships with artists such as Frida Kahlo, and travels through Latin America. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by B & D Press. 16 pages in English.
2009
7 2
Life and Times of Butch Dykes Issue 2 v. 1: JD Samson, Eloisa Aquino
Hand-drawn mini-zine about the musician JD Samson. Zine discusses Samson's music, collaboration with Emily Roysdon, reclamation of her facial hair, and subversion of traditional feminine and masculine roles. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by B & D Press. 16 pages in English.
2009
7 3
Life and Times of Butch Dykes Issue 3 v. 1: Gladys Bently, Eloisa Aquino
Hand-drawn mini-zine about the performer Gladys Bentley. Describes her time as a singer during the Harlem Renaissance, her wedding to a woman, and her eventual claim that she had been cured of homosexuality by female hormones. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by B & D Press. 16 pages in English.
2009
7 4
Life and Times of Butch Dykes Issue 1 v. 2: Gertrude Stein, Eloisa Aquino
Hand-drawn mini-zine about the life of Gertrude Stein, a lesbian author in the Victorian Era. Discusses her relationship with Alice B. Toklas and her modernist contemporaries in Paris. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by B & D Press. 16 pages in English.
2010
7 5
Life and Times of Butch Dykes Issue 2 v. 2: Claude Cahun, Eloisa Aquino
Hand-drawn mini-zine about the life of Claude Cahun, a lesbian living in France during the first half of the 20th century. Zine describes her gender nonconformity, relationship with stepsister Marcel Moore, and imprisonment after distributing anti-Nazi propaganda in occupied France. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by B & D Press. 16 pages in English.
2010
7 6
Life and Times of Butch Dykes Issue 1 v. 3: Martina Navratilova, Eloisa Aquino
Hand-drawn mini-zine about the life of Martina Navratilova, a record-breaking tennis player. Zine describes her devotion to her sport, her coming out as a lesbian, and her later health issues. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by B & D Press. 16 pages in English.
2011
7 7
Life and Times of Butch Dykes Issue 2 v. 3: Jenny Shimizu, Eloisa Aquino
Hand-drawn mini-zine about the modeling career of Jenny Shimizu, a butch and openly gay model. Describes her young gender-nonconformity, her coming out, the start of her modeling career in New York, as well as the designers which have used her as a model. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by B & D Press. 16 pages in English.
2011
7 8
Life and Times of Butch Dykes Issue 1 v. 4: Judith Butler, Eloisa Aquino
Hand-drawn mini-zine about the life and writings of Judith Butler, an US gender theorist. Discusses her Jewish heritage, her activism, and quotes from her writings. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by B & D Press. 16 pages in English.
2012
7 9
Life and Times of Butch Dykes Issue 1 v. 5: Audre Lorde, Eloisa Aquino
Hand-drawn mini-zine about the life and writings of Audre Lorde, an African-American poet and activist. Describes her early life, political activism, and travels through Latin America, interspersed with quotes from her writing. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by B & D Press. 16 pages in English.
2013
7 10
Life and Times of Butch Dykes Issue 1 v. 6: Brazilian Singers, Eloisa Aquino
Hand-drawn mini-zine discussing the lives of Brazil's lesbian pop singers, and the perception that most female Brazilian pop stars are lesbians. Describes the various approaches lesbian singers took to coming out or publically acknowledging their sexuality. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by B & D Press. 16 pages in English.
2014
7 11
Radical Domesticity #2: The Sewing Issue, Emma Karin Eriksson
Zine giving basic advice on sewing techniques. Published in Manhattan, New York by Pretty Dirty Press. 17 pages in English.
2014
7 12
Radical Domesticity 3: Summers Up, Emma Karin Eriksson
Zine giving advice in preparation for summer including topics such as cleaning and organization, gardening, activities, and recipes. Published in Manhattan, New York by Pretty Dirty Press. 14 pages in English.
2014
7 13
Radical Domesticity 4, Emma Karin Eriksson
Zine giving advice in preparation for fall and winter including topics such as cleaning, illness remedies, and recipes. Also includes the author's response to the perception of domestic work as inherently oppressive. Published in Manhattan, New York by Pretty Dirty Press. 12 pages in English.
2014
7 14
Radical Domesticity 5: Food and Friends, Emma Karin Eriksson
Zine giving advice on guest and roommate etiquette, laundry, food, and storage. Published in Manhattan, New York by Pretty Dirty Press. 14 pages in English.
2015
7 15
Radical Domesticity 6, Emma Karin Eriksson
Zine giving advice on cooking, renting, and wardrobe. Published in Manhattan, New York by Pretty Dirty Press. 14 pages in English.
2015
7 16
America Was Never Great, Eternally Grizzful
A story about one of the author's subversive performances. 9 pages in English.
2013
7 17
Pussy Boi 1, Felix
Pussy Boi discusses being queer and trans and working alongside people experiencing homelessness. The author writes about saving others and being saved from suicidal thoughts, class in the trans movement, ways to work through thoughts of competition with others, trans-masculine people in women’s sexual assault crisis centers, and the homogeneity of queer sex-positivity culture.  20 pages in English.
2016
7 18
Jane: Documents from Chicago's Clandestine Abortion Service 1968-1973, Firestarter Press
Brochures and pamphlets from Jane, an abortion service in Chicago in the late 1960s and early 1970s, appear in this political zine. There are also interviews with women who worked with Jane and a discussion of feminist politics and abortion, especially with regard to race and class and police persecution Published in Baltimore, Maryland by Firestarter Press. 58 pages in English.
2004
7 19
Overcoming Violence: An Introduction, Gary Llama
Provides advice on how people can stop perpetrating violence. Published in Richmond, Virginia by Something Something Press. 38 pages in English.
2013
7 20
Dumb 1 and 2, Georgia Webber
Comic about the author's voice injury and subsequent recovery while she was unable to speak. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by Retrofit Comics with contributors Georgia Webber, Madeline Palmer, Natalie Zina Walschots. 36 pages in English.
2014
7 21
Goda 2: Comix about Different Problems My Friends and I Have with Our Bodies, Goda Trakumaite
Stories about women's health and the health difficulties that the author faced over a period of several years. 28 pages in English.
2016
7 22
Small Magic issue 1, Hannah
Discusses the author's past experiences with depression, anxiety, premenstrual syndrome, seasonal affective disorder, and alcoholism. Published in Brooklyn, New York. 30 pages in English.
2015
7 23
Riot Grrrl!/I'd Start a Revolution But I Don't Have Time, Hannah Neurotica
Split zine about the authors' processes of discovering and participating in the Riot Grrrl music genre. Published in New York, New York with contributors Hannah Neurotica and Jolie Nunez Noggle. 28 pages in English.
2007
7 24
Dig Deep 7/Tongueswell 3, Heather and Jen
Split zine. Dig Deep #7 discusses the author's experiences running in Chicago and the experience of being in public on her own. Tongueswell #3 gives experiences of the author from her work as a barista and also the experience of having to put down her cat. Published in Chicago, Illinois. 40 pages in English.
2015
7 25
Women of the Pacific 1, J. Vehia Wheeler
Profiles of Pacific Islander women. 20 pages in English.
7 26
Not So Crazy 1, Jade Hutchinson
Zine featuring poetry, prose, and art submissions about living with mental illness. 18 pages in English. This folder contains two copies.
7 27
Toward the Destruction of Schooling, Jan D. Matthews
Anarchist argument against the school system. Published in Olympia, Washington by Last Word Press. 42 pages in English.
2005
7 28
Heart + Hands Zine 3: Bodies, Janelle Silver
Positive affirmations about body positivity. Published in Australind, Australia. 16 pages in English.
2015
7 29
Heart and Hands 4, Janelle Silver
Affirmations for readers that they are not alone in any of the experiences they are facing. Published in Australind, Australia. 10 pages in English.
2016
7 30
Heart + Hands Zine: Extra Friendly Anxiety, Janelle Silver
Affirmations, advice, and resources on the topic of anxiety. Published in Australind, Australia. 18 pages in English.
2016
7 31
Tributaries 5, JC
A zine about the author's experiences using a handicap parking permit. Published in Chicago, Illinois by Stranger Danger. 28 pages in English.
2014
7 32
Tongueswell 1, jen
Essays about grief and loss, particularly focusing on Les, the author's gay uncle who died due to AIDS. Published in Chicago, Illinois by Stranger Danger. 22 pages in English, French.
7 33
Tongueswell 2, jen
A zine that starts with an essay about going to the doctor and how discussions of weight affected her physical and mental health. The zine also includes a recollection of a recent diagnosis, a section about toxic relationships, and stories about "interacting with the world while single." Published in Chicago, Illinois by Stranger Danger. 30 pages in English.
7 34
Small Bikes Big Trees: Two Brown Folks Brave the Pacific Coast, from One Hometown to Another, Jen and Benji
Zine describing the authors' bicycle tour from Seattle to San Diego, and offering advice on bicycle touring. 38 pages in English.
2014
7 35
Sassyfrass Circus 8: The Sinew That Shrinks, Jenna Brager
Perzine assembled from text, art, and photographs relating to mental health, death, ghosts, and monstrosities. 30 pages in English.
2013
7 36
Doykeit 2: Diaspora, Jenna Brager
Zine featuring submissions about the experiences living in the Jewish diaspora, especially focusing on queer identity in the diaspora and discussion of the colonization of Palestine. Published by Sassyfrass Circus with contributors Clara Bee Lavery, JB, Oz Bahadur, Mai Schwartz, Radio613, Lizzie Busch, Julia Alekseyeva, Davey S. JFR, ronch, Fringes, Lizzie Busch, David Zinman, Liza Behrendt, and Jordy Silverstein. 46 pages in English.
2015
7 37
I Don't Know How to Help You, Jessie Duke
A compilation zine featuring art and writing discussing the difficulties of supporting loved ones with depression and not knowing how to seek help when you are suffering. Published in Lansing, Kansas by Punch Drunk Press with contributors Jessie Duke, Trace Ramsey, Elizabeth Thompson, Jazz McGinnis, Kelly Bastow, Jonas, Alyssa Bicoy, and Adam Gnade. 26 pages in English.
2015
7 38
King-Cat Comics and Stories 75, John Porcellino
A comic about the author's cat, Maisie. Published in South Beloit, Illinois by Spit and a Half. 44 pages in English.
2015
7 39
Bubby, Jolie Nunez Noggle
Zine tells the story of the author and her family's struggles with substance abuse and addiction. The zine particularly focuses on the author's older brother, Joseph, and his activities and prison time. Published in Union City, Indiana. 39 pages in English.
2011
7 40
Think about the Bubbles 8: Trust the Knife, Joyce
Zine compiling the author's blog posts about her diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. 31 pages in English.
2013
7 41
Speak Out!: A Zine Exploring Gendered Violence, Julia Fogelson and Mary Mykhaylova
Zine compiling submitted art, poetry, and prose about experiences with gendered violence. Published in Santa Cruz, California by Speak Out Santa Cruz with contributors JSF, MM, Chrissann McCann, MT, M. Zarate, Willow Katz, Ann Simonton, Holy as Fuck, Victoria Pozos, Theresa M. Cariño, Soraya Lugo, Raggedy Andey, Timothy Alexander, Nykki Milano, Samantha Abeling, Jonathan Corral, MNM, and Isabella Cariño. 26 pages in English.
7 42
Kim K: The Dark Horse of the Armenian Psyche, Kamee Abrahamian
Analyzes the role that Kim Kardashian plays in the modern-day Armenian diaspora. 16 pages in English.
8 1
Positive Affirmations, Kat
A compilation of positive affirmations. Published in Oshawa, Canada. 30 pages in English.
2015
8 2
The Void, Kat
Poem about the void. 6 pages in English.
2015
8 3
Thru the Fog 1, Kat
Perzine written about living with chronic pain and brain fog after surviving a debilitating car accident. Published in Oshawa, Canada by Disabled Femme. 28 pages in English. This folder contains two copies.
2015
8 4
This Body is a Lemon, Kelly Froh
Illustrated mini-zine detailing the author's series of health problems. Published by Cargo Collective. 32 pages in English.
2014
8 5
The Stay At Home Girlfriend 1, Kendy
Cost-saving tips and vegan recipes. Published in Modesto, California. 32 pages in English.
2012
8 6
The Stay At Home Girlfriend 2, Kendy
Vegan recipes and thoughts on veganism. Published in Modesto, California. 28 pages in English.
2012
8 7
The Stay at Home Girlfriend 2.5, Kendy
Halloween and fall themed recipes and musings. Published in Modesto, California. 20 pages in English.
2014
8 8
The Stay At Home Girlfriend 3, Kendy
Vegan recipes, cost-saving tips, and holiday-themed content. Published in Modesto, California. 20 pages in English.
2012
8 9
The Stay At Home Girlfriend 4, Kendy
Vegan recipes, fashion, and home remedies. Published in Modesto, California. 36 pages in English.
2013
8 10
The Stay At Home Girlfriend 5, Kendy
Vegan cooking tips and recipes. Published in Modesto, California. 34 pages in English.
2013
8 11
The Stay At Home Girlfriend 6, Kendy
Vegan recipes and the story of the death of the author's cat. Also includes some reflection on the ten-year anniversary of the author's sister. Published in Modesto, California. 27 pages in English.
2013
8 12
The Stay At Home Girlfriend 7, Kendy
Vegan recipes and restaurant recommendations, some with a Valentine's day theme. Published in Modesto, California. 24 pages in English.
2014
8 13
The Stay At Home Girlfriend 8, Kendy
A story of a kitten that the author tried to rescue, vegan recipes, and an interview. Published in Modesto, California. 32 pages in English.
2014
8 14
The Stay At Home Girlfriend 9, Kendy
Vegan recipes and an interview about New Orleans. Published in Modesto, California. 24 pages in English.
2014
8 15
The Stay At Home Girlfriend 15, Kendy
Vegan recipes and interviews about cats. Published in Modesto, California. 28 pages in English.
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8 16
It Will Be Okay, Kendy
Compilation of positive mantras related to mental illness. Published in Modesto, California. 6 pages in English.
2016
8 17
Pocket full of Mini-Mantras 7, Kendy
Compilation of positive mantras offering calming advice. Published in Modesto, California. 6 pages in English.
2016
8 18
Hello My Name Is: A Zine about Living with Mental Illness, Kendy
Short biographies of various people living with mental illness. Published in Modesto, California with contributors Kendy, Jael, Brandy, Francesca, Kristen, fishspit, Steven Hughes Perkey, Deirdree Prudence, Jonas, Fiona Avocado, Charissa, Andrea, Kari Tervo, and Nyx, Maira. 16 pages in English.
8 19
What to Keep, What to Give Away 1, Khristina
Zine where the author discusses her experience with the power dynamics of sex, abuse, and relationships. Published in New Brunswick, New Jerse. 30 pages in English.
2012
8 20
What to Keep, What to Give Away 2, Khristina
Zine where the author discusses her experiences surrounding sex, abuse, and relationships through the lens of racism, colonialism, and misogyny. Published in New Brunswick, New Jersey. 66 pages in English.
2014
8 21
Fucked: On Being Sexually Dysfunctional in Sex-Positive Queer Scenes, Kirsty, Anna, Hannah, Tasha
Zine featuring experiences of being sexually dysfunctional and participating in sex-positive queer spaces. Published in Brighton, United Kingdom by Queer Arcana. 56 pages in English.
2014
8 22
2 Fucked 2 Furious: Still Sexually Dysfunctional in Sex-Positive Queer Scenes, Kirsty, Anna, Hannah, Tasha
Zine featuring submitted experiences of being sexually dysfunctional and participating in sex-positive queer spaces, some in response to the first Fucked zine. Published in Brighton, United Kingdom by Queer Arcana. 43 pages in English.
8 23
Kyoko's Koe Issue One, Kyoko
Zine in the style of a sketchbook journal discussing four main themes in the author's life: race, queerness, femininity and feminism, and mental health. 20 pages in English.
2015
8 24
Pansy 8, Laura Garland
Zine about the author's disordered eating and relationships. Published in Toronto, Ontario. 36 pages in English.
2013
8 25
Pansy 9, Laura Garland
Contains stories about the author's various roommates, thoughts on being single and how it affects her mental health, and a story about a long-distance friendship. Published in Toronto, Ontario. 40 pages in English.
2014
8 26
Pansy 10, Laura Garland
Zine about the author's approaching move to New Orleans from Toronto, and the story of an abusive relationship she had. Published in Toronto, Ontario. 32 pages in English.
2014
8 27
Functionally Ill 13, Laura-Marie Taylor
Contains interviews with several of the author's friends who also have mental illness. Published in Sacramento, California. 36 pages in English.
2011
8 28
Functionally Ill 16, Laura-Marie Taylor
Chronicles the author's attempts to apply for SSI and SSDI with schizoaffective disorder and no health insurance. Published in Sacramento, California. 31 pages in English.
2013
8 29
Stuck in my Head: Stories from Survivors, Lauren Chassebi
Zine containing submissions of art, prose, and poetry on the topic of living with mental illness. Published with contributors Kitty Wenham, Melissa Elledge, Estelle Stevens, Claire Gillespie, Dom Belcher, Jade Ivy Monet, Beckie Eschle, Jade Mitchell, Dr. Aadya, Hannah Rainey, Lauren Chassebi, Rachel Rogers, Piper Lynn, Sophie Bell, Dani Abram, Hannah Rainey, Mark Brown, Lauren Entwistle, Amy Smith, Sian Parker, Kyle Davies, Daisy Edwards, Claire Peace, Cassam Looch, Zoe Tongue, Niamh Mcdonald, Katy Dodds, Vicky Anderson, Sarah-Louise Kelly, and Jess Taylor. 81 pages in English.
2016
8 30
Truckface 17, LB Briggs
Stories about the author's career as a teacher in the embattled Chicago public school system. Published in Chicago, Illinois by Stranger Danger. 104 pages in English.
2015
8 31
The Rad New Feminist Bible, Leigh
A collection of collage, poetry, and musings focused on the absence of women's perspective in biblical and historical texts. Published by Same Earth Productions. 40 pages in English.
2014
8 32
Power Tools for Radical Feminist Yeasayers, Naysayers & Rabblerousers, Leigh
An exploration of power distribution in society related to women's sexual and romantic orientation. Published by Same Earth Productions. 135 pages in English.
9 1
Anticlimactic First Kisses, Leigh
Stories about the contributors' anticlimactic first kisses. Published with contributors Leigh, Alice, Allison, Elizabeth, Geneviève, Hannah, Lily, Melissa Jo, Saùl, and Vanessa. 22 pages in English.
9 2
Ally Zine, Leticia, Jessica, Mia, Josh
Articles about being an ally to people of color, LGBTQ people, women, and the environment. 28 pages in English. This folder contains 2 copies.
2016
9 3
Radical Softness As a Weapon, Emotionality As a Tactic, Lora Mathis
Zine containing art and poetry on the idea that sharing emotions is a radical act in a society that prioritizes stoicism and hardness. Published with contributors Lora Mathis, Kasey Reinbold, Constance McDonald, Frances Cannon, Jamie Oliveira, Starchild Stela, Logan Delaney, Ambivalently Yours, Kiki Nicole, Lauren Crow, Claudia Delfina Cardona, Lovestruck Prints, Clementine Von Radics, Brandon Stanciell, Laurence Philomene, Hancedote, Flora Fauna, Sbtl Clng, Serene Pristine, Vivian Fu, Alexa Sievwright, Maxine Crump, Anna Ladd, Devon Leigh, Molly Soda, Byron Adams, Shaun Lebby, Zuzu Knew, Meg Gonzalez, and Maggie DUnlap. 42 pages in English.
9 4
Pals: The Radical Possibilities of Friendship, LP
Zine reflecting on the nature of friendship and its development, maintenance, and potential for radical practice and mutual aid. Published in Ottawa, Canada. 57 pages in English.
2015
9 5
Telegram issue 39, Maranda Elizabeth
Zine discussing the author's experiences with poverty, mental illness, and chronic pain. Published in Toronto, Ontario. 22 pages in English.
2016
9 6
Feminist Sailor Moon, Mary E. Higgins
A feminist analysis of Sailor Moon. Published by m.press. 15 pages in English.
2015
9 7
Hand Job 1: Sweat, Mauro and Disco
An exploration by queer artists of "all the things we can do with our hands" that is centered on the topic sweat. Published in Brooklyn, New York with contributors Glace Chase, Theodore Kerr, Tait Mandler, Candystore O. McCritter, Justin Sayre, Brett Lindell, Oli Mason, David Meanix, Ricardo Nelson, Layra Weyl, Joshua Fesi, Cupid Ojala, Mauro Baiocco, Katrina Brees, Gregory Hatch, Lexie Owen, Hanna Owens, Dino Real, Caitlin Rose, Dani Sigler, Aleksei Wagner, Jennifer Patterson, and Whitney Weiss. 48 pages in English.
2015
9 8
Hand Job 2: Tears, Mauro and Disco
An exploration by queer artists of "all the things we can do with our hands" that is centered on the topic tears. Published in Brooklyn, New York with contributors Del, Shawn Escarciga, Miguel Gutierrez, Lenora Jayne, Alexis C. Johnson, Paul Leopold, Tait Mandler, Justin Sayre, Peter Clay, Scum, Quito Ziegler, Cameron Dailey, Run D'ornellas, Carlo Quispe, Zu, Oscar Anderson, Joseph Fouse, Jacqueline Mary, and Brian Gately. 44 pages in English.
2016
9 9
First Tour Problems, Maxx
A zine about the author's five-week tour with a metal band as their soundtech and tour manager. Published in Ottawa, Canada. 46 pages in English.
2014
9 10
The Medusa Collective 1: Safe Spaces, Medusa Collective
Art, poetry, and prose submissions about the topic of safe spaces. Published in Provo, Utah by The Medusa Collective with contributors Elizabeth Holden, Tess Bybee, Katrina Marie Ricks Peterson, Yolanda Oreiro, Remi Germaine, Sabrina Franks, Jenna Anderson, Lavinia Roberts, Angela Moore, Jess Perry, K.A.R., Melody Chow, Alex Powelson, Alyssa Pyper, and Stephen Cope. 20 pages in English.
2015
9 11
Research for Radicals: A How-to Manual for Activists of All Kinds, Megan
Teaches research skills and resources for activists. Published in Olympia, Washington by Last Word Press. 14 pages in English.
2000
9 12
Trigger Warning: No More Bandaids, Megan Osborn
Explores the author's experiences with abuse, trauma, mental health hospitalization, and medication Published in Richmond, Virginia. 23 pages in English.
2012
9 13
Stress Anger Depression Anxiety: a Coping Skills Zine, Megan Osborn
A handbook on learning how to cope in stressful situations, helpful communication practices, and radically accepting yourself. 30 pages in English. This folder contains two copies.
2012
9 14
I Would Marry the Sun If Only I Could Hold It in My Hands, Melanctha
Ten poems as a self-portrait, based on summer days and nights. 12 pages in English.
2015
9 15
Shattered Glass 3, Melanctha
Poems and digital collages about an abusive relationship the author had. 15 pages in English. This folder contains two copies.
9 16
Empower Yoself Before You Wreck Yoself: Native American Feminist Musings 1, Melanie Fey, Amber McCrary
A collection of art, poems, and stories by Navajo women designed to help Native women fight against assimilation, patriarchy, white supremacy, and colonization, and fight for a place in counterculture. Contributors Melanie Fey, Amber McCrary, and Bradly Werley. 44 pages in English.
2014
9 17
Shik'is Shiheart, My Friend, My Heart: Native American Feminist Musings 3, Melanie Fey, Amber McCrary
A collection of art, poems, and stories by Navajo women designed to help Native women fight against assimilation, patriarchy, white supremacy, and colonization, and fight for a place in counterculture. Contributors Melanie Fey, Amber McCrary, Ariadne Wolf, Kesheena, Lola Brave, Shannon Goodman. 52 pages in English.
2016
9 18
The Weight: One, Melissa Mendes
First section of a comic about a family in rural New York during the 1930's. 26 pages in English.
2015
9 19
The Weight: Two, Melissa Mendes
Second section of a comic about a family in rural New York during the 1930's. 18 pages in English.
2015
9 20
The Weight: Three, Melissa Mendes
Third section of a comic about a family in rural New York during the 1930's. 34 pages in English.
2015
9 21
Open Chested: A Queer Love Letter to Bjork, Melting Swans
A fanzine styled as a love letter that traces "the synchronicities between the author's life, queerness, and obsession with Björk." 24 pages in English.
2015
9 22
They are here with us : Laura Berenice, Guadelupe De La Rosa, Myra Solis, Mexico Solidarity Network
A zine about femicide in the area around the border city of Juarez, Mexico centered around a long interview conducted in 2004 with Jessica Marques who shares stories from the families of the missing woman and details many of the murders.  Published in Olympia, Washington by Brown Recluse Zine Distro. 55 pages in English.
2004
9 23
Pander Mafia: Twenty Year Anniversary Tribute Zine, Mimi Thi Nguyen
Tribute to the Pander Zine Distro, which operated from 1995-2005. Authors tell personal stories of the community that built up around the distro. Published in Chicago, Illinois by Stranger Danger with contributors Teri Vlassopoulos, Lauren Fardig-Diop, Courtney Barbour, Timothy Colman, Caitlin Constantine, Marla Deschenes, and Zhenelle Falk. 68 pages in English.
2015
9 24
Please Tell Me More about Myself Issue 3: The Education System!!, MiXed
Compilation zine containing prose and poetry discussing the difficulties that the authors have had in the US education system as people of color. Published in Seattle, Washington with contributors Jené Etheridge, Atoosa Moinzadeh, Leena Joshi, Grayson Toliver, Imaan Ramezanzadeh, Kalani Young, Minh Nguyen, Varsha Govindaraju, and Alok Vaid-Menon. 38 pages in English.
2015
9 25
Please Tell Me More about Myself Issue 2: The Dating and Relationships Issue, MiXed
Compilation zine about the experiences of mixed-race people of color in dating and relationships. Discusses relationships, consent, online dating, and abuse. Published in Seattle, Washington with contributors Olivia Smiff, Grayson Toliver, Jené Etheridge, Atoosa Moinzadeh, Caleb Delvillar-Fox, Imaan Ramezanzadeh, Varsha Govindaraju. 28 pages in English.
9 26
Please Tell Me More about Myself Issue 4: Profile This, MiXed
Compilation zine containing prose and poetry discussing the effects of profiling and respectability politics on people of color in the United States. Published in Seattle, Washington with contributors Atoosa Moinzadeh, Jené Etheridge, Glynn Russell, Octavi, Arista Burwell-Chen, Ana Talavera, Marina Trujillo, Chloe Huber, Olivia Smith, Amelia KB, Nanyonjo Mukungu, Pamela Santiago, Caleb DelVillar-Fox, Imaan Ramezanzadeh. 50 pages in English.
9 27
Please Tell Me More about Myself Issue 5: Brown Sugar//Not for Your Consumption, MiXed
Compilation zine containing prose and poetry discussing the experiences of the contributors around food and identity as people of color in the United States. Published in Seattle, Washington with contributors Atoosa Moinzadeh, Glynn Russell, Andrea Herrera, Elena Corinne, Jeanny Rhee, Irang Nami, Wendy Leuthold, Mario Lemafa, and Arista Burwell-Chen. 34 pages in English.
9 28
Please Tell Me More about Myself Issue 1, MiXed
Compilation zine containing prose and poetry discussing the experiences of the contributors with racism and micro-aggressions in the United States. Published in Seattle, Washington with contributors Chloe Kachscovsky, Daphne Hsu, Attosa Moinzadeh, Eric Sanders, Jené Etheridge, Olivia Smiff, Alexandra Rawlings, Katrina Go, Imaan Ramezanzadeh, Arista Burwell-Chen, and Caleb DelVillar-Fox. 34 pages in English.
9 29
On Struggling Bodies issue 3, Monica Trinidad
Compilation zine containing prose and poetry discussing difficulties with their bodies that people of color face under patriarchy and colonialism such as chronic physical pain, hard labor, fatphobia, sex work shame, and being intersex. Published in Chicago, Illinois by Brown and Proud Press with contributors Mayadet Cruz, Mercedez Gonzalez, Sarah Gonzalez, Randy James, Cassandra Leveille, Sofia Moreno, Mika Munoz, Liliana Gabriela Olivares, Mar Pascual, Ange Perez, Pidgeonie Jabronis, Heide Andrea Restrepo Rhodes, Pete Rude, and Monica Trinidad. 44 pages in English, Spanish.
2013
9 30
Moonroot 2: Moonroutes, Moonroot
Prose and poetry submissions by people of color on a variety of topics related to geography, history, bodies, and physical space. Published with contributors Debbie Hu, Cindy Tadeo, Eva B. Gubat, May Young, Ching-In Chen, Vikki Law, Zena Chua Hardt, Hei Kyong Kim, Jackie Wang, Phuong Vuong, Eva Song Margolis, D'Lo, Amy Dewan, Tabitha Sin, Elaine Castillo, Alison Lin, Phira Rehm, and Naazneen Diwan. 41 pages in English.
2012
9 31
Moonroot 3: Surviving and Thriving, Moonroot
Prose and poetry submissions based on the topic of wants versus needs, and the idea that wants and needs are separate. Published with contributors Esther Kim, Caro Reyes, Jess Kealiihoalani Toshie Mease, Julz Ignacio, Mina, Rory Jacobs, Anna Vo, Claudia Leung, Mimi Khúc, Joua Lee, Xiao Laohu, Mai Doán, Miyuki Baker, Zabeleh, Ffrog, and Devyn Manibo. 47 pages in English.
2014
9 32
It Sucks to Be Robbed: Here's How We're Dealing with It, Moonroot
A zine about the authors' experiences being robbed at gunpoint and their feelings, reactions, and analysis of the event in relation to race, gender, and class. 34 pages in English.
10 1
Black Women & Self Care: Thoughts on Mental Health, Oppression, and Healing, Naomi Moyer
Thoughts on mental health in the context of racism and misogyny, and advice regarding self-care. Published by élastiquedesigns. 28 pages in English.
2015
10 2
My Left Fist: Healing from Childhood Trauma, Naomi Moyer
Contemplation on the role and functions of the author's hands. Published by élastiquedesigns. 7 pages in English.
10 3
The Black Indigenous Boy, Havani Thompson, Nehemia Thompson
A zine by two black Akimel O'Otham/Hopi/Dine brothers featuring art work, comics, mental health tips and culture. The brothers, sons of Semana Thompson (Miss Semee), codenamed Star Boy & Lightning Boy - of O'Otham Universe Comics fight the villains Mental Ill(ness) and Chronic Ill(ness) with Song Power and O'Otham Him:dag (People's Way of Life). An inspiring zine by indigenous children who have much to share with the world. This folder contains issue 1, 2 and 3. Published in O'Othan Jeved, Arizona.
2015-2016
10 4
Art School is Hell, Nia King
Compilation zine edited by Nia King that includes essays and illustrations written by people who felt marginalized while attending art school due to the predominantly white, heterosexual, cisgender, middle-class art school environment. Published in Oakland, California with contributors Nia King, Joyce Hatton, K!m Possible Villagante, and Heidi Andrea Restrepo Rhodes. 22 pages in English.
2013
10 5
ArtLife: Musings and Advice from a Queer Art Activist of Color, Nia King
The author discusses her experience quitting her full-time job to become a self-employed art activist, and the lessons she has learned about making and promoting her art, the financial realities for artists, and the ethics of producing art. 22 pages in English.
10 6
Borderlands #2: It's a Family Affair, Nia King
Personal stories from people of color who are mixed-race, bicultural, or transracially adopted. Published with contributors Juli Jeong Martin, Charlotte Albrecht, Jackie Wang, Jillian Ford, Claudia Leung, Stevie Peace, Patti Duncan, and Luisa. 28 pages in English.
10 7
Pieces 13: On Being a Romantic Asexual, Nichole Baiel
A zine about the author's experiences with enjoying physical intimacy but not feeling sexual attraction. Published in Chicago, Illinois. 46 pages in English.
2016
10 8
People Make Plans 1, Nicole Jennell
Zine about the author's experiences growing up and the grief she experienced after the loss of her mother and grandmother within two days of each other. Published in Chicago, Illinois by Stranger Danger. 44 pages in English.
10 9
People Make Plans 3, Nicole Jennell
Zine about healing from trauma via the author's experiences with animals. Published in Chicago, Illinois by Stranger Danger. 32 pages in English.
10 10
Movement Demands Autonomy!: An O'Odham Perspective on Immigration and Border Controls, O’Odham Solidarity Across Borders Collective
Zine giving a brief history of the colonization of O'odham land, which now lies on the border between the United States and Mexico, then discussing the effects of increased border policing and harsher immigration policies on the O'odham people. 11 pages in English.
10 11
(meta)paradox 5: The Neuroqueer Issue, Olivia M. Spring
Writing about the author's experience being queer and neurodivergent. 86 pages in English.
2016
10 12
Ain't Shit: A Punk Zine, Peter
Zine about the experience of being black and punk in a predominantly white punk scene, and carving out a space for yourself in that scene. Published in Chicago, Illinois. 16 pages in English.
2013
10 13
Ain't Shit 2, Peter
Zine about the experience of being black and punk in a predominantly white punk scene, and carving out a space for yourself in that scene. Published in Chicago, Illinois. 16 pages in English.
2015
10 14
Pata, Rachel Casiano Hernandez
Zine about the author's experience as a Puerto-Rican born lesbian and her experience with race, sexuality, and queer communities. Published in New York, New York. 30 pages in English.
2015
10 15
Self Care Zine: Food, Rachelle Abelar
Submission-based zine containing recipes, illustrations, and essays about food and relationships to food. Published in Seattle, Washington by Archive Six. 55 pages in English.
2014
10 16
Dear Fatty: Letters to My Younger Self, Rachelle Abelar
Letters by fat women to their younger selves on the subject of growing up fat, including topics such as bullying, depression, eating disorders, and self-acceptance. Published in Seattle, Washington by Archive Six with contributors Rachelle Abellar, Kazza B, Laura Barling, J. Calderaro, Checo, Heather, Isha, Jennifer J, Jordan Hammel, KaleighKate, Alison Kozar, Briana Lawrence, Erin McKelle, Leathia Miller, Rachel Moore, Hana Urban, Corey Valuck, and Jessica Walsh. 28 pages in English.
2015
10 17
Self Care Zine, Rachelle Abelar
Submission-based zine containing essays, advice, and illustrations related to self-care. Published in Seattle, Washington by Archive Six with contributors Rachelle Abellar, Samantha Allen, Jason Bradshaw, Amber Dawn Bushnell, Jonathan Conley, Martina Dorff, Fat Heffalump, Tyler Feder, Femma, Kristine Hassell, Elizabeth Hellman, Sarah E. Hoffman, Meaghan Ingram, Adam Johnson, Kate Lowe, Erica McGillivray, Sarah Morgan, Dale O'Flaherty, Carey Pietsch, Deanna Poppe, Sean Poppe, Rodamina B, Jordan Rosenberg, Erin Shea, Ann Shen, Sabrina Taylor, Rosemary Travale, Michelle Volansky, Katarina Wagner, Jenn Woodall, Lina Wu, Dominee Wyrick, and Sashiko Yuen. 71 pages in English.
2016
10 18
Ra(i)ze, RadAsians
A compilation zine about Asian-American stories and experiences. Discusses the effects of monolithic stereotypes about Asian-Americans on the authors both currently and as they were growing up. Published in Chapel Hill, North Carolina with contributors Holly Sit, Mitch X, Lauren Bullock, Emily Yue, Kia Mantey, Hieu Nguyen, Jun Chou, Kim Hoang, Tomkio Hackett, Lauren Bullock, Anne Zhou, Linda Vu, Yuman Wang, Dylan Su-Chun Mott, Lydia Nguyen, Annie Chou, and Serena Ajbani. 52 pages in English.
2014
10 19
Back to Nappy: Guide to Beautifully Regressing to Natural Hair, Roechelle Adair
Contains the author's experience with transitioning to natural hair after using chemical treatments for about two decades. The zine also gives advice and techniques for transitioning to natural hair. Published in Covington, Kentucky. 32 pages in English. Folder contains 3 copies.
2015
10 20
Not Straight Not White Not Male, Rosi
Zine discussing the intersection of racism and homophobia the author faces as a gay daughter of Vietnamese immigrants. Published in Los Angeles, California. 28 pages in English.
2012
10 21
LimpWrist, Scout Wolfcave and Penina Gal
Zine about the bullying and abuse the author faced as a child before coming out as a transgender woman. Published in Ridgewood, New York by Paper Rocket Minicomics. 13 pages in English.
2014
10 22
Queer Indigenous Girl Issue 1 and 2, Semana Thompson
A submission-based zine by Se'mana (Akimel Otham/Hopi/Dine) for black, indigenous, people of color particularly queer, trans, 2-spirit, non-binary, disabled, chronically ill, and neurodivergent voices. Published in O'Otham Jeved, Arizona.
2016
10 23
No Authority but Oneself: The Anarchist Feminist Philosophy of Autonomy and Freedom, Sharon Presley
Discussion of the essays of Voltairine de Clayre, an US anarchist and feminist writer. Published in Olympia, Washington by Last Word Press. 12 pages in English.
2016
10 24
SLC Pink Edition 1, SLC Pink
Submission-based zine featuring art, prose, and poetry on the topic of womanhood and girl power. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Chloe Monson, Elaine Sayer, Meg Webb, Franny Gleave, Bianca Valesquez, Sydney Stansfield, Ana Cruz, Lily Lovell, Athena Splett, Madison Bollinger, Karly Tingey, Katie Tingey, Maris Thompson, Elaina Court, Hannah Rose Murphy, Linnox Green, Feral Wilde, Penelope Tsoutas, Sydney Shane, Ashley Fairbourne, Rachel Urban, Jill De Haan, Sarah Ruth Belle, Jess Flores, Malinda Fisher, Jonelise Christiansen, Meghan Allen, Brinley Froelich, Shley Oner, Madeline Savarese, Maddy Hemmeter, Sabriel Parker, Kristi Thoreson, and Jessica Hughes. 39 pages in English.
2016
10 25
SLC Pink Edition 2: Self Portraits, SLC Pink
Submission-based zine featuring art, prose, and poetry from Salt Lake City women on the topic of self-portraits. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Chloe Monson, Elaine Sayer, Heather Mahler, Hannah Murphy, Jess Hughes, Gabi Manning, Lilly Smith, Ann Chen, Shley Oner, Joanelise Christensen, Amanda Swain, Courtney Coles, Sara Faulkner, Giselle Morgan, Gheybin Comisch, Cami Lutz, Airi Sipes, Lis Pardoe, Lisa Stirland, Kathy Zhou, Kia McGinnis, Logan Law, Lily Gustave, Flannery Mack, Eliana Cabrera, Madeline Savarese, Ashley Goeltz, Franny Gleave, Alexis Rausch, Ashley Fairbourne, Ysa Pitman, Claire Cushing, and Laura Kiechle. 38 pages in English.
2016
10 26
How to Become a Vigilante Feminist, Soofiya
Hand-drawn mini-zine giving steps to becoming a vigilante feminist. Published in London, United Kingdom by Casooflyac. 8 pages in English.
10 27
Starlight numero 5: Vanity as Self-Care, Starchild Stela
A hand-drawn mini-zine discussing the perception of taking selfies as vain and the author's argument that taking selfies is a form of self-care. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by Femme-Crimes Distro. 6 pages in English.
10 28
Starlight 16: Loving Myself, a Self-Esteem Zine, Starchild Stela
Zine containing advice to inspire self-confidence in women. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by Femme-Crimes Distro. 6 pages in English.
10 29
Starlight 17: Dear Diary…, Starchild Stela
Diary containing a couple vignettes of the author's life. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by Femme-Crimes Distro. 6 pages in English.
10 30
Destroy Rape Culture, Starchild Stela
Illustrations of characters from Sailor Moon with feminist mottos. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by Femme-Crimes Distro. 20 pages in English.
10 31
Sweet Treats, Starchild Stela and Lovestruck Prints
Zine containing art centered on femme relationships and desserts. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by Femme-Crimes Distro. 9 pages in English.
10 32
Karbala: Fired Resistance Stories, Totally Radical Muslims
Poems, prose, and visual art about being Muslim and facing Islamophobia. Published in Oakland, California with contributors Alia Suad al-Ghabra, Aliya Karmali, Fadwa Rashid, Roxana Dhada, Sabereh Kashi, Sabiha Basrai, Samara Azam, Shenaaz Janmohamed, and Weyam Ghadbian. 55 pages in English.
2013
10 33
Fighting for Progress in the Trump Era, University of Utah Students for a Democratic Society
Zine criticizing the agenda and actions of the Trump administration in areas such as immigration, education, war, LGBTQ+ rights, Women's rights, and Trade. Also contains demands of the university by the University of Utah Students for a Democratic Society, and information about their group. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah. 6 pages in English.
2017
10 34
Pieces of Self: Anarchy, Gender, and Other Thoughts, Wildflower
A collection of essays about anarchy and gender. Published in Olympia, Washington by Last Word Press. 43 pages in English.
2016
10 35
Mindful Occupation: Rising Up without Burning Out,
Zine discussing mental health and wellness in the context of the Occupy Movement. Gives resources, advice, and perspectives on traditional mental health treatment and approaches. Published in Richmond, Virginia by Occupied Mental Health Project with contributors Aki Imai, Becca Shaw Glaser, Eric Stiens, Jonah Bossewitch, M. Osborn, Rachel Liebert, Sarah Harper, Sascha Altman DuBrul, Cal Moen, HB Lozito, Tatiana Makovin, Danielle Demos, Eric W, Irene Greene, Jacks McNamara, Kim Christoffel, Maryse Mitchell-Brody, Sadie Robins, Sandra Jones, Ira Birch, Fly, Sophie Crumb, and Erik Ruin. 82 pages in English.
2012
10 36
Nerds of Color: Si-Fi/Fantasy/Science Issue Part 1,
This zine is intended for People of color out there who enjoy all types of things nerdy and want to see representations of themselves in those areas. This is kind of a starting point into that world. The NOC zine explores well done entertainment which has representations ofPOC.  Published in Minnesota. 20 pages in English.
2012
10 37
Damage: a Perzine, Anonymous
Perzine about the author's mental illness and treatment, her weight, and her upcoming breast reduction surgery. Published in United Kingdom. 18 pages in English.
2013
10 38
Hard to Look at,
Features the author's experiences with acne and the various methods she used to treat it. Offers advice and information on skin care. Published by Pretty Dirty Press. 10 pages in English.
2015
10 39
Human Bean 1
Comic about an anthropomorphic coffee bean at its barista job. 6 pages in English.
10 40
No Dakota Access Pipeline
Zine protesting the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline near the Standing Rock Reservation. Published in North Dakota. 6 pages in English.
2016
10 41
UN/HEALTH
Perzine compiling entries from the author's journals, focusing on the topic of mental health and illness. 37 pages in English.
10 42
White Man's Burden 1: A Zine for and by Young Pilipinxs
Zine featuring experiences living in the diaspora from the Philippines, covering topics such as cultural food, diasporic feelings, relationship with family, and lost history. Published by Brown Recluse Zine Distro with contributors Eileen Ramos, Elena Corrine Vigilia, Thenessa Geagoni, Paula Anne Socco Anicete, Olivia Hanson, Sam Caparoso, and Arianne Aquino. 15 pages in English.
10 43
Brown Recluse Zine Distro Ephemera, Brown Recluse Zine Distro
Pins and flyers.
10 44
Diana Mai Ephemera, Diana Mai
Business card.
10 45
Femme-Crimes Distro Ephemera, Femme-Crimes Distro
Stickers.
10 46
Ephemera, Janelle Silver
Watercolor with superimposed text "Look on the bright side".
2016
10 47
Medusa Collective Ephemera, Medusa Collective
Medusa patch.
2015
10 48
Mindful Liberation Project Ephemera, Mindful Liberation
Business cards and stickers.
10 49
Ephemera, Kendy
Note to recipient of zines.
10 50
SLC Pink Ephemera, SLC Pink
Pin.
10 51
Ephemera, Sam
Note to Brown Recluse Distro.

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Box Folder
11 1
Speechless: The Story of an Artist, Davin Abegg
A retrospective perzine that looks back on the author's artistic career including attending art school and touring as a member of several bands. The zine also includes a CD of the author's music in the back. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah. 20 pages in English.
2009
11 2
gumsh[]e m[]nkey #9: "I'm not sleeping anymore", Ellen Adams
A perzine with thoughts on summer, age, dancing, and "rockwalking" as well as reviews of the author's favorite swing sets. Published in Ojai, California. 36 pages in English.
2005
11 3
gumshoe monkey #10 / September Coming Soon #1, Ellen Adams
A perzine with poety and anecdotes about the author's life. This is both the last issue of gumshoe monkey and the first issue of September Coming Soon. Published in Ojai, California. 36 pages in English.
2002
11 4
Dithering Doodles #2, Steve Anderson
A frenetic collection of doodles and comics that depict everyday tasks and events as well as the author's past. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah. 36 pages in English.
2011
11 5
Dithering Doodles #17, Steve Anderson
A frenetic collection of doodles and comics that depict everyday tasks and events as well as the author's past. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah. 24 pages in English.
2015
11 6
Dithering Doodles Sampler #3, Steve Anderson
A sampler issue of Dithering Doodles featuring comics from the first 18 issues. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah. 20 pages in English.
2015
11 7
Whoosh! #2: The Zine for Whale Lovers, Katherina Audley
An informational zine about whale watching that includes an interview with whale whisperers, a map with whale watching hot spots, photos of people depicting different kinds of whale signals, and a guide on choosing a good boat for whale watching. Published in Portland, Oregon with contributors Sarah Knoebber and Drew Anderson. 24 pages in English.
2009
11 8
Savor the Steps, AW
A perzine made by a group of friends that is filled with art, poetry, stories, and music reviews. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors AW, Fernando, Rolland, Mili Langi, Lucy, Dolan, Jane Jam, Jazz, and Emily. 20 pages in English.
2008
11 9
Badwill Newsletter Volume 2 Issue 3 Number 7, Badwill
A densely packed newsletter with a collection of comics and classifieds. Published by Beacon Publishing in Cookeville, Tennessee. 10 pages in English.
2010
11 10
Doula: the way of the work, Rhonda Baker
A documentation of the author's experiences as a doula, a person who acts as an aid during a birth, and helping with home births as well as information for others who are interested in trying it. The zine includes drawings of births, checklists of things to remember as a doula, and advice. Published in Portland, Oregon. 32 pages in English.
2002
11 11
Zuzu and the Baby Catcher #2, Rhonda Baker
A comix with advice and information from the author's experiences as a midwife and mother. It also includes resources for people who are pregnant and anecdotes about her life. Published in Portland, Oregon. 32 pages in English.
2002
11 12
Zuzu and the Baby Catcher #3: the Fashion issue, Rhonda Baker
A comix with advice and information from the author's experiences as a midwife and mother as well as sections on "how to dress as a midwife" and anecdotes from her family life. Published in Portland, Oregon. 40 pages in English.
2003
11 13
Zuzu and the Baby Catcher #7, Rhonda Baker
A comix about the author's experience of going through an apprenticeship in order to become a midwife. Published in Portland, Oregon. 32 pages in English.
2004
11 14
Best Zine Ever! #3: A Review of Our Favorite Zines of the Year, Greg Beans
A collection of zine reviews focusing on what the contributors think are the best zines of the year that include short reviews and excerpts from a few of the zines. Published by Tugboat Press in Portland, Oregon with contributors Artnoose, Greg Beans, Joe Beil, Delaine Derry-Green, Jenna Freedman, Kelly Froh, Steve Gevurtz, Rebecca Gilbert, A.j. Michel, Paul Nama, Misun Oh, Celia Perez, and Brooke Young. 24 pages in English.
2004
11 15
Best Zine Ever! #4: A Review of Our Favorite Zines of the Year, Greg Beans
A collection of zine reviews focusing on what the contributors think are the best zines of the year that include short reviews and excerpts from a few of the zines. Published by Microcosm Publishing in Portland, Oregon with contributors Greg Beans, Brooke Young, A.J. Michel, Joe Biel, Jenna Freedman, Rebecca Gilbert, Misun Oh, Sean Stewart, Alec Longstreth, Sarah Conrary, Taylor Ball, artnoose, Paul Nama, and Jon Van Oast. 32 pages in English.
2005
11 16
Flying without Wings #14, Sarah Bee
A perzine covering the author's life with her son and the difficulties and joys of being a young mother. Published by .w.i.n.g.l.e.s.s. .z.i.n.e. .d.i.s.t.r.o. in Islip, New York. 32 pages in English.
2005
11 17
The Breastfeeding Zine, Anne-Marie Bernshaw
An informational zine on breastfeeding made for the author's university art class that contains diagrams, online resources, and crosswords on the benefits and difficulties of breastfeeding a child. Published in Utah. 16 pages in English.
2004
11 18
You Can Work Any Hundred Hours A Week You Want (In Your Underwear)!!, Joe Biel
An oral history of Microcosm Publishing from its founder that recalls anecdotes and organizational information about the publisher's beginning and current operations. Published by Microcosm Publishing in Portland, Oregon with contributors Aaron Renier, Cristy Road, Lauren Lamotte, Mike Taylor, Shawn Granton, Ethan Clarke, Nicole Georges, Greig Means, Siue Moffat, Joe Biel, Alex Wrekk, Liz Allium, Harmony Heartsun, Jen Chuha, Dave Roche, Julie Bowles, Chris Boarts, and Erik Diffendaffer. 40 pages in English.
2006
11 19
Ingleside News #12, Isabelle Bourret
An abridged and translated version of Ingleside News #12, a perzine about the author's life in Québec with descriptions of the city, journal entries, and anecdotes as well as zine reviews. Published in Lévis, Québec, Canada. 48 pages in English and French.
2003
11 20
Ingleside News #13: Special 5E Anniversaire, Isabelle Bourret
Written almost completely in French, this issue covers the history of Ingleside News on the five year anniversary of its first issue. It includes excerpts from previous issues and a color centerfold with past covers. Published in Lévis, Québec, Canada. 52 pages in English and French.
2003
11 21
Scatological Think Cap #3: the sophisticated squat, Josh Bowron
A perzine recalling the author's stint house-sitting an acquaintance's mansion for six months with stories and anecdotes about realtors and life in the house as well as short stories about skateboarding and zines. Published in Macon, Georgia with contributor Brittany. 36 pages in English.
2002
11 22
YOWZA! #3, Rick Bradford
A collection of comics from the United States and Europe showcasing various artists as well as thoughts from the editor on comic culture. Published by Yowza!comics in Fort Worth, Texas with contributors Frank Anderson, Jr., Larry Blake, Dieter Bohn, Edward L, Bolman, Mick Brown, David G, Chia, Tim Corrigan, Mark David Dietz, Brad Foster, Allen Freeman, Stefano Gaudiano, Doug Hazlewood, Joki, Seve Krueger, Ken Leach, Ken McFarlane, Joe Meyer, Thierry Moncoutie, José Montes, Chas Muller, Hugo R. Nue, Jame Rubino, Steve Shipley, Jim Siergey, Jonathan Staines, Bob Sturma, Carl Taylor, Pere's Trojka, Stephen Tutt, Jeff Wood, and Darryl Young. 52 pages in English.
1990
11 23
Xerography Debt #15, Davida Gypsy Breier
A collaborative, self-described "hybrid review zine and personal zine" with each zine review highly stylized by each reviewer. It also includes various columns on history and publishing and information on how to start a zine library. Published by Leeking Inc. in Havre de Grace, Maryland with contributors Davida Gypsy Breier, Donny Smith, Fred Argoff, Eric Lyden, Bobby Tran Dale, Matt Fagan, Gavin J. Grant, Dan Taylor, Brooke Young, Rick Bradford, Christine Douville, Gaynor Taylor, Julie Dorn, Ellen Adams, Stephanie Holmes, Randy Osborne, Franetta McMillian, Bob Sheairs, Miriam DesHarnais, Gianni Simone, Matthew Johnson, and Jeff Somers. 56 pages in English.
2004
11 24
Xerography Debt #18, Davida Gypsy Breier and Donny Smith
A collaborative, self-described "hybrid review zine and personal zine" with each zine review highly stylized by each reviewer. It also includes various columns on history and publishing and information on how to start a zine library. Published by Leeking Inc. in Baltimore, Maryland with contributors Davida Gypsy Breier, Donny Smith, Fred Argoff, Eric Lyden, Bobby Tran Dale, Matt Fagan, Davin J. Grant, Dan Taylor, Rick Bradford, Julie Dorn, Kathy Moseley, Stephanie Holmes, Franetta McMillian, Maynard Welstand, Miriam DesHarnals, Anne Thalheimer, Christine Douville, and Jeff Somers. 52 pages in English.
2005
11 25
Xerography Debt #19, Davida Gypsy Breier
A collaborative, self-described "hybrid review zine and personal zine" with each zine review highly stylized by each reviewer. It also includes various columns on history and publishing and information on how to start a zine library. Published by Leeking Inc. in Baltimore, Maryland with contributors Davida Gypsy Breier, Donny Smith, Fred Argoff, Eric Lyden, Bobby Tran Dale, Noemi Martinez, Miriam DesHarnais, Stephanie Holmes, Dan Taylor, Anne Thalheimer, Brooke Young, Julie Dorn, Gavin Grant, Fran McMillian, Maynard Welstand, Matt Fagan, Kathy Moseley, Jeff Somers, Gianni Simone, and William P. Tandy. 48 pages in English.
2006
11 26
Xerography Debt #20, Davida Gypsy Breier
A collaborative, self-described "hybrid review zine and personal zine" with each zine review highly stylized by each reviewer. It also includes various columns on history and publishing and information on how to start a zine library. Published by Leeking Inc. in Baltimore, Maryland with contributors Davida Gypsy Breier, Donny Smith, Fred Argoff, Eric Lyden, Bobby Tran Dale, Kris Mininger, Quismada, Anne Thalheimer, Matt Fagan, Julie Dorn, Ilya Zaychik, Maynard Welstand, Gavin J. Grant, Stephanie Holmes, Dan Taylor, Brooke Young, Fran McMilian, Noemi Martinez, Kathy Moseley, Gianni Simone, and Jeff Somers. 56 pages in English.
2006
11 27
Xerography Debt #38, Davida Gypsy Breier
A collaborative, self-described "hybrid review zine and personal zine" with each zine review highly stylized by each reviewer. It also includes various columns on history and publishing and information on how to start a zine library. Published by Microcosm Publishing in Portland, Oregon with contributors Davida Gypsy Breier, Fred Argoff, Eric Lyden, Donny Smith, Anne Thalheimer, D. Blake Werts, Gavin J. Grant, Joe Biel, Josh Medsker, Julie Dorn, Ken Bausert, Kris Mininger, Liz Mason, Maynard Welstand, Stuart Stratu, Bojan/Botda, and Kathy Moseley. 68 pages in English.
2016
11 28
Reich #1, Elijah J. Brubaker
A comic about Wilhelm Reich, a socialist and early adherent of Sigmund Freud's psychoanalysis, that follows his romances and young adulthood in Vienna as he leads his university's Seminar on Sexology. Published by Sparkplug Comic Books in Portland, Oregon. 28 pages in English.
2007
11 29
Reich #2, Elijah J. Brubaker
A comic about Wilhelm Reich that follows his academic career, marriage, infidelity, and the completion of his doctoral thesis which he presents as a gift to his mentor Sigmund Freud. Published by Sparkplug Comic Books in Portland, Oregon. 28 pages in English.
2007
11 30
Reich #3, Elijah J. Brubaker
A comic about Wilhelm Reich that recounts his youth in the countryside, education, early sexual experiences, and relationship with his abusive father. Published by Sparkplug Comic Books in Portland, Oregon. 28 pages in English.
2008
11 31
Reich #4, Elijah J. Brubaker
A comic about Wilhelm Reich that covers his enthrallment with the burgeoning workers movement in Vienna and his attempt to synthesize communism with Freudian psychoanalysis. Published by Sparkplug Comic Books in Portland, Oregon. 28 pages in English.
2008
11 32
The Carbon Based Mistake #7: pocket despairs, Marc Calvary
An enigmatic photo series focusing on apartments, bills, and messes. Published in Eugene, Oregon. 12 pages in English.
2001
11 33
The Carbon Based Mistake #8: "he refused, preferring his neurosis", Marc Calvary
A zine with excerpts from letters between the author and their sister overlaid on brightly colored pictures of medication. Published in Eugene, Oregon. 20 pages in English.
2001
11 34
The Carbon Based Mistake Ephemera, Marc Calvary
The package issue #8 of The Carbon Based Mistake was delivered in as well as two cards with art and text. Published in Eugene, Oregon.
2001
11 35
Utah Languish #1: The Days and Nights of Jim Weaver, JJ Cano
A comix that follows the protagonist at his first day at school as he meets new people and attends classes with various interspersed references and allusions to Star Wars. Published by Augentrost Comics in Salt Lake City, Utah. 20 pages in English.
2000
11 36
Utah Languish #3: The Days and Nights of Jim Weaver, JJ Cano
A comix about a long conversation between the protagonist and a friend-to-be during a class. Published by Augentrost Comics in Salt Lake City, Utah. 20 pages in English.
2001
12 1
Utah Languish #4: The Days and Nights of Jim Weaver, JJ Cano
A comix about the protagonist's relationships and the issue of promiscuity in high school. Published by Augentrost Comics in Salt Lake City, Utah. 20 pages in English.
2001
12 2
Utah Languish #5: The Days and Nights of Jim Weaver, JJ Cano
A comix about getting suspended from school told through characters writing letters back and forth. Published by Augentrost Comics in Salt Lake City, Utah. 20 pages in English.
2001
12 3
Utah Languish #6: The Days and Nights of Jim Weaver, JJ Cano
A comix following the outcome of a character being punched in the face in a high school fight. Published by Augentrost Comics in Salt Lake City, Utah. 20 pages in English.
2001
12 4
Utah Languish #7: The Days and Nights of Jim Weaver, JJ Cano
A comix about self-harm, arguments among friends, and a fight at a party. Published by Augentrost Comics in Salt Lake City, Utah. 24 pages in English.
2001
12 5
Utah Languish #8: Special Transition Issue, JJ Cano
A comix about getting drunk at a party and the line between romantic and platonic relationships. Published by Augentrost Comics and Second Reverie Comics in Salt Lake City, Utah. 24 pages in English.
2004
12 6
The Gleaner Zine #1: Boxes and Asian Art, Sherylynne Carriveau
A collage zine focusing on antique boxes and Asian art forms that is made from a wide array of materials, magazines, zines, and books as well as various trinkets and pieces of cloth. It also includes poems, stories, and short histories of the materials. Published in Long Beach, California with contributors Libby Magnello and Marcy. 32 pages in English.
2002
12 7
The Gleaner Zine #4: Altered BOOK s and Torsos, Sherylynne Carriveau
A collage zine focused on books that is made from a wide array of materials, magazines, zines, and books as well as various trinkets and pieces of cloth. It also includes poems, stories, and short histories of the materials. Published in Long Beach, California with contributors Roben Marie, Hilde, Beth Cote, Pat Richardson, Diane Postrech, Karen Samuels, Melissa Yerkes, Bebbie/Crafthut2, Barbara, Jackie Mullen, Frances Clare, Traci Bunkers, Fay Warta, Jen Sebast, Betty, Aurea, and Mercedes Adams. 36 pages in English.
2003
12 8
The Gleaner Zine #5, Sherylynne Carriveau
A collage zine made from a wide array of materials, magazines, zines, and books as well as various trinkets and pieces of cloth. It also includes poems, stories, and short histories of the materials. Published in Long Beach, California with contributors Elaine Akers, Debbie, Beth Cote, Roben-Marie Smith, Fay Warta, Elaine Lambert, Pat, Linda, Jeanne, Melissa, Frances Clare, Karen Samuels, Gloria Hanes, and Teesha. 24 pages in English.
2003
12 9
The Gleaner Zine #11: Pandora Other Myths, Sherylynne Carriveau
A collage zine focused on Classical myths that is made from a wide array of materials, magazines, zines, and books as well as various trinkets and pieces of cloth. It also includes poems, stories, and short histories of the materials. Published in Long Beach, California with contributors Michelle Lawhorn, Betty, Robbie, and Pattie Monroe-Mohrenweiser. 36 pages in English.
2004
12 10
RED 5, Jonny Carson
A zine from a member of the Red 5 AmeriCorp team that worked in the St. Vincent de Paul Dining Hall. It includes pictures, journal entries, a map of the area, and stories from the trip. Published in Hilliard, Ohio. 20 pages in English.
2001
12 11
All Out Pointless, Random Mundane. Stew! Everyday Transactions, Benjamin Castle
A fictional account written as a dialogue between the two characters about two sisters who babysit a tub of margarine and visit the dentist. Published in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 24 pages in English.
2010
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All Out Pointless, Random Mundane. Stew! Everyday Transactions Ephemera, Benjamin Castle
The package the zine was shipped in and a return envelope and form for adding it to a zine library. Published in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 2 envelopes and 1 page in English.
2010
12 13
A Relationship: as drawn on Post-its for you to read, which should be fun, not weird, right?, Cecile
A zine recalling, month by month and through the medium of drawings and short phrases on Post-it Notes, a relationship that was ended abruptly. The zine was originally going to be a present for the author's partner. 20 pages in English.
12 14
Chiaroscuro #33: Trust Issue, Chiaroscuro Zine
A collage zine with editorials, articles, and stories about the local Salt Lake City magazine SLUG, Amanda Bynes, and giving a cat a can of beer. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Tony, Eric Blair, David Wise, DoomLazer, Boracho Moonshine, Chloe, Felicia, Crystal, and The Baron. 10 pages in English.
2010
12 15
Chiaroscuro #34: Awkward Issue, Chiaroscuro Zine
A collage zine with editorials, articles, and stories about making salsa, doing meth, and using Twitter. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Tony, The Baron, DoomLazer, Eric Blair, and David Wise. 8 pages in English.
2010
12 16
glue #4, Chrissy
A small zine of DIY guides on sewing and fashion that includes illustrations and cutouts from fashion magazines. 24 pages in English.
12 17
Comixville #5: A Quick, Little Guide to Self-Published Comics, Comixville Collective
A comix review zine that includes sample art and a short description of each comix featured. This issue also includes an interview with Nicole G about veganism and the comix Invincible Summer. Published by Comixville Collective in Portland, Oregon with contributors Gloria, Bonzi, Jackie, and Greg. 28 pages in English.
2003
12 18
Cosmic Cupid, Cosmic Cupid
A newsletter with a large collection of classifieds, pen pal requests, comics, and stories. Published by Beacon Publishing in Cookeville, Tennessee. 6 pages in English.
2010
12 19
Doris #18, Cindy Crabb
A perzine with journal entries, letters, art, poetry, and recipes. It recalls the death of the author's mother and moving to Miami, and includes a discussion of being pro-abortion instead of pro-choice. Published by Doris Press in Asheville, North Carolina with contributor Mary. 48 pages in English.
2001
12 20
Doris #19: The Doris ABCs, Cindy Crabb
A perzine about anarchism, the history of abortions, and boats. It also includes short stories, comics, and book and zine reviews. Published by Doris Press in Asheville, North Carolina with contributors Sarah Danforth, merideth, Sam, and Cindy's uncle. 28 pages in English.
2002
12 21
Doris #23, Cindy Crabb
A perzine with anecdotes, art, and poetry about love, aging, and relationships as well as descriptions of menstrual extraction and the author's love of the ocean. Published by Microcosm Publishing in Portland, Oregon. 36 pages in English.
2006
12 22
Support, Cindy Crabb
A zine that aims to spread awareness about sexual assault and how to prevent it as well as how to support survivors. It includes short comics, letters the author has received, advice columns, stories, and poetry. Published by Microcosm Publishing in Portland, Oregon with contributors Cristy Road, Fly, Chris Somerville, Anandi, Janet, Cibola, Wyatt Hertz, Jake Halloway, and Typhoid Mary. 72 pages in English.
2002
12 23
Gutless #3, Stephen Ernest Cramer
A collection of zine and music reviews and interviews with other zinesters and musicians with the stated purpose of inspiring "gutsy behavior in everyone." Published in Berkley, Michigan with contributors Stephen Cramer, Eric Gielow, Chris McCullen, Lisa Belanger, and Andy Mueller. 80 pages in English.
1998
12 24
Scully's Fork #2, Rob Crean
A compzine with stories, poems, and art centered on the themes of youth, masculinity, and time. Published by rob crean publishing in Easton, Massachusetts with contributors Rob Crean, Josh Masochist, Dan Richardi, M@n@py, S. Rossi, Lord of The Adul, Jeff Sex, joe coello, Brian Chamberlin, Griph, and Mike Good. 25 pages in English.
1995
12 25
Grammar Q and A #1-20, Misti and Scott Alden Crow
A humorous collection of questions and answers about English and grammar. Published in Clements, California with contributors Jean Arrington, Karla Merrifield, John Strobel, and Margaret Enright. 50 pages in English.
1997-2000
12 26
READ ME: The Winter Wonderin' Blues Issue OR "If I have to do Christmas, then I'm making my presents!", Sarah A. Custen
A Christmas themed perzine with stories about the holidays, thoughts about stress, loneliness, and traditions, and resources for charitable giving. Published in Ogden, Utah with contributors Katie Pederson, Nathaniel Savery, and Jenn Titus. 20 pages in English.
2007
12 27
Black Carrot #4, Dave
A perzine recalling the author's trip to New York to visit their partner, hiking on the Appalachian Trail, and being in a punk band. Published in Chicago, Illinois. 64 pages in English.
2006
12 28
Dwelling Portably: 1980-1989, Bert Davis and Holly Davis
A compilation of previous issues of Dwelling Portably from 1980 to 1989 that are densely packed with DIY anecdotal information and hand-drawn graphics about living without a permanent residence. Published by Microcosm Publishing in Bloomington, Indiana. 172 pages in English.
2008
12 29
Dwelling Portably: 2000-2008, Bert Davis and Holly Davis
A compilation of previous issues of Dwelling Portably from 2000 to 2008 that are densely packed with DIY anecdotal information and hand-drawn graphics about living without a permanent residence. Published by Microcosm Publishing in Bloomington, Indiana. 172 pages in English.
2009
12 30
Sketches, Brandon Dayton
The front and back cover of Sketches. The rest has been torn out. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah.
2008
12 31
extinctions #3: erotic postcards from the road, Joseph Delgado / ditch water ghosts
A collage zine of poetry and art that explores the themes of war, love, sex, and travel. Published in Mohave Valley, Arizona. 28 pages in English.
2009
12 32
ROAM #3: (for the life of little things), Sarah Detweiler
A series of heavily stylized illustrations on lined paper with superimposed phrases, poetry, recipes, and lists. Published in Green Bay, Wisconsin. 44 pages in English.
2012
12 33
Hard Return, Will Dockery
A collection of poems by Will Dockery overlaid on brightly colored abstract shapes. Published by Swak Productions in Phoenix, Arizona with contributor Liam. 8 pages in English.
13 1
Paper Tiger Comix #4, Sean Duffield
A black and white comic anthology featuring a wide array of underground artists. Published in Brighton, United Kingdom with contributors Vince Packard, Lee Post, Heiko Muller, Sean Duffield, Daniel Hanson, Daniel Locke, Jon Beinart, Hurk, Lorna Miller, Erica Ilcane, Julie Klausner, Cyriak, Emanuele Kabu, Jason Pultz, Sally-Ann Hickman, Jon Chandler, Steve Tillotson, Daniel Merlin Goodbrey, Al Frank, Richard Cowdry, Peter Lally, Bird, Fiona Smyth, Fin Man 7, Paulo Cunho, Deborah Valentine, The Hermit Design, Harry Flay, Terry Wiley, Cole Porter, Paul O Connell, Lawrence Elwick, Cactusboy, Bunny Mazhari, Matilda Tristham, Robert S Brown, Rob Jackson, Laird Polland, Bernard Dumaine, Douglas Alvarez, and Jake Blanchard. 100 pages in English.
2007
13 2
Paper Tiger Comix Ephemera, Sean Duffield
Several small cards with art from the comic, buttons with the Paper Tiger Comix logo, and a CD with accompanying music.
2007
13 3
Garlic, 2nd Printing, Sean Duncan
A comic anthology with stories about garlic and what it means to the authors. Published with contributors Missy Kulik, Leeann Bowen, David Lasky, Tatiana Gill, Dave Kiersh, Souther Salazar, John Porcellino, Kevin Huizenga, Austin English, Dan Zettwoch, Jenny Zervakis, John Hankiewicz, and Sean Duncan. 48 pages in English.
2002
13 4
enormous rooms, enormous rooms
A compzine featuring poetry written from a prompt given at the enormous rooms literary salon. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Elyse Johnson, Sara Douglas, Rick Moldover, Shawn Stradley, Bradford Best, Gray, and Laura Hudacek. 8 pages in English.
2010
13 5
enormous rooms #5, enormous rooms
A literary journal created and featuring works by undergraduate students at the University of Utah that includes poetry, prose, and one photograph. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Brian Gray, Robert Morreal, Bradford Best, Justin Parnell, Chase Dickerson, Angela Bunker, Sarah Cover, Kiramay Gilleese, Rebecca Krahenbuhl, Lora Orme, Michael White, Francis Raven, Cassie Warner, Robin Cole, Shawn Soward, Kelcie Lambert, Megan McFarland, Amy Childress, Keltin Barney, David House, Ryan Hall, Nan Washburn, Shawn Dallas Stradley, Peter Weimer, Emiline Twitchell, Elyse Johnson, Logan Mayfield, Mikiah Haslam, Kyle Stegerwald, Cathal Pratt, Michael Brey, Danya Bodell, Stella Markova, Dana Green, Seth Johnson, B.V. Weber, Christian Schultz, Rocco Peeples, and Katie Bald. 100 pages in English.
2010
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enormous rooms #6, enormous rooms
A literary journal created and featuring works by undergraduate students at the University of Utah that includes poetry, prose, and photography. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Chase Dickerson, Katie Catmull, Amy Childress, Emily Donaldson, Pamela Kelley, Shawn Soward, Jack Christensen, Adam Halstrom, Stephen Heard, Elyse Johnson, Nathan Keele, Logan Mayfield, Virginia Palyka, Darshna Patel, Truong Pham, Lydia Brown, Madison Lindgren, Michael Brey, Megan Peterson, Timothy Slover, Cameron Edwards, Sam Gilpin, and Sarah Jackman. 76 pages in English.
2011
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The miss mouse pocket book, Fergus
A zine with music reviews, criticism of the Riot Grrrl movement and groupie culture, analysis of the music industry, and thoughts on the effectiveness of boycotts. Published in Erdington, Birmingham, United Kingdom with contributor Andrea. 20 pages in English.
1993
13 8
Fluke #9: 20th Anniversary!, Fluke Fanzine
A retrospective zine looking back on the past 20 years of publishing Fluke that includes several interviews, comics, and various music reviews. Published in Tempe, Arizona with contributors Steve Schmidt, Justin Goetz, Burt Taggart, Adam Thorman, Don Reniff, Murray Bowles, Bobby Matthews, and John Pugh. 56 pages in English.
2011
13 9
Fragments #2: Power, Fragments
A zine with short text "fragments" about the concept of power that includes sections about different types of power, power and violence, and empowering the poor as well as a book review of The Politics of Nonviolent Action. Published in Santa Ana, California with contributors Priscilla Boucher, Jim Mason, Maureen Milton, and James VanHise. 48 pages in English.
2001
13 10
Lower East Side Librarian Winter Solstice Shout Out, Jenna Freedman
A perzine that starts with journal entries recalling new developments in the author's life and includes musings on getting older, drawings and short comics, lists of her favorite books, where she is likely to be found, and things she loves. Published in New York, New York. 48 pages in English.
2010
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Lower East Side Librarian Reading Log, Jenna Freedman
A list of highly recommended zines and books from the author with short reviews for each. Published in New York, New York. 24 pages in English.
2010
13 12
Lower East Side Librarian Ephemera, Jenna Freedman
The package Lower East Side Librarian was shipped in.
2010
13 13
Melinda's Halloween Scene Zine: Little Zine of Projects, Melinda Frewin
A zine with DIY instructions and recipes for various Halloween themed games, decorations, and food. It also includes fabric for a cloth jack-o-lantern. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah. 12 pages in English.
2005
13 14
Amusing Yourself to Death: A Guide to Surfing the Papernet #14, Ruel Gaviola
A review zine with editorials, comics, news, event listings, and a large number of zine reviews that aims to bring underground self-publishing to the fore. Published in Santa Barbara, California with contributors Ruel Gaviola, Davida Gypsy Breier, Rick Westbrock, Michael Goetz, calamity jewelz, Jeff Kay, Dave Laxamana, Marc Parker, Josh Saitz, Beth Templeton, Alden Scott Crow, Lauri McNamara, Tom Hendricks, Patrick J. Lee, Karlos, Bunnigrrrl, Jesse Reklaw, Bert, Miriam, Colin, Jay Koivu, and Cherry Thomas. 68 pages in English.
1999
13 15
Desert Wanderings Volume 4: Teen Edition, Sheryl D. Gillilan
A literary magazine featuring art, photography, and poetry from teenagers in Utah. Published by VSA arts of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Erika Rio Marshall, Sheryl D. Gillian, Sara Caldiero-Oertli, Christopher Leibow, Adam Moore, Zach, Michael, Darrel, Jarad, Melissa Hurd, Benji, Caroline Harrison, Claire Melton, Tyler, Kayla, Kaitlyn, Rachel, Alexa, Katie, Alexie, Anddee, KC, Brooke, Stacia, Alexandra Israel, Kyah, Kat Swint, Jade Lubeck, Caroline Harrison, Karinne Yukl, Ali Splitter, and Heidi Shelly. 44 pages in English.
2007
13 16
Binocular Rebellious, Sean Goblin
A music review zine that focuses on punk, goth, and metal, and includes long sections discussing art and music. Published in Oakland, California. 60 pages in English.
2003
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Lickety Split Smut Zine #8: The Work Issue, Amy Goodwyn
A self-described "pansexual smut zine" featuring various explicit photoshoots, erotic art, and pornography with the theme of jobs and corporations. It also includes articles about sex work and interviews with cam models. Published in Québec, Canada with contributors Amber Goodwyn, Sarah Beall, Lara Kaluza, Sherwin Tjia, Jesse Purcell, Tessa Smith, Mitra Kaboli, Julie Alsop, Lisa Abramowicz, Farah Khan, Sean Pajot, Samara Liebner, Sophie Glowa, Noisy Nora, Henrietta Hussy, Lina Harper, *safe solvent™, Mark Ambrose Harris, Mikel Marton, Lara Kaluza, Millicent Maon, Jenny Morris, Betty Whip Creamer, Veronika Puchkina, Sharon Davies, Suzie Lovelace, Monogamie, Gloria Gloryhole, Olga Wolstenhome, Valerie Webber, Nicole Aline Legault, Penelope Percacet, Balthazar, and the Dead Doll Dancers. 68 pages in English.
2006
13 18
The Truth About Downtown, benjamin granvold
A zine covering what the author discovered they like about Utah after they moved from California that features photographs and stories about graffiti, hiking, and environmentalism. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah. 16 pages in English.
13 19
Gender-Bending Images and Voices in Art, History, Music and Culture, Nicki Gsottschneider
A zine focused on LGBTQ+ issues and history through the lens of art, music, and culture. It includes several excerpts from various books starting with Before Stonewall as well as art and cut out magazine covers. Published in Durham, New Hampshire. 32 pages in English.
13 20
Driving Blind #1, Erin H.
A perzine that includes a letter to the author's grandfather, thoughts on books, zine reviews, journal entries, and stories about being disabled and in a wheelchair. Published in Keyport, New Jersey. 24 pages in English.
2001
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Beard Publication #1, Matt Handy and Talmage Garn
A beard centric compzine with articles about "World Beard News" and beard culture, beard music, and a history of bearded of US Presidents. Published in Utah with contributors Matt Handy, Talmage Garn, Melissa A. Brown, and Brittany Brumfield. 12 pages in English.
2005
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Beard Publication #2, Matt Handy and Talmage Garn
A beard centric compzine with articles about hippy beard culture, beard "discrimination," and beard poetry as well as various other beard tidbits. Published by Dogs Flying Kites Publishing in Utah with contributors Matt Handy, Talmage Garn, Brown, Brittany Brumfield, Chelse Marie Brierly, Jake Hansen, Michelle Emerson Robison, Brooke Estes, Chirs Lim(erick), and Kimmy Gibler. 16 pages in English.
2005
13 23
hip swiveler #1, Sally Harless
A perzine with journal entries focusing on the author's life in Bloomington with thoughts on art, poetry, and what it means to be an activist when you think you do not have strong opinions. Published in Bloomington, Indiana. 48 pages in English.
2001
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hip swiveler #3, Sally Harless
A perzine with journal entries and stories focusing on becoming vegan, starting a zine library, and mental health. Published in Bloomington, Indiana. 32 pages with a 1 page mini comic in the back in English.
2002
13 25
Tales to Demolish #1: The Glacier, Eric Haven
A comic that follows a glaciologist in the arctic collecting data during an earthquake reveals something beneath the snow. Published by Sparkplug Comic Books in Portland, Oregon. 28 pages in English.
2003
13 26
The Food Chain Ends Here #2, Kevin Hays
A collage zine that describes its construction as not "the way you are supposed to do it." It includes a wide variety of quotes and phrases superimposed over comics, distorted and cut-up photos, magazine cover and articles, and art by the author. Published in Wyoming, United States. 50 pages in English.
13 27
Hey There, Barbie Girl! #3: Zen + The Art Of Barbie Maintenance, Hey There, Barbie Girl!
A zine focused on Barbies, what they mean in modern culture, and how they affect the perception of women through a series of jeering stories, fake Mad Libs, and rants. Published in New York City, New York. 16 pages in English.
1994
13 28
Girl Swirl Fanzine #9, taryn hipp
A perzine with anecdotes and brief editorials on a variety of subjects ordered by each letter of the alphabet. It also includes a section of zine reviews starting at the letter "z." Published in Allston, Massachusetts with contributors Connie Zomblasta, Ainsleah, Liz Defiance, and Toby. 72 pages in English.
2003
13 29
Dante In Mexico, Andy Hoffman
A description of the author's trip to Mexico and an exploration of Mexican culture and cultural icons. Published by Elik Press in Salt Lake City, Utah. 36 pages in English.
2001
13 30
Beck Street, Andy Hoffman
A recollection of the start of the Invasion of Iraq with thoughts about the significance of a street in Salt Lake City, Russian literature, and relationships. Published by Elik Press in Salt Lake City, Utah. 36 pages in English.
2003
13 31
special people's club #6, jasmine hoover
A perzine with stories from the author's life in college, thoughts on gender and sexuality, music and zine reviews, and photos. The zine shifts stylistically throughout with some sections neatly written with a typewriter in first person while other sections are written by hand, in third person with alternating pronouns, upside-down, or cut out and repasted. Published in Seattle, Washington. 84 pages in English.
14 1
Show Me The MONEY! #31, Tony Hunnicut
An anti-capitalist zine that aims to expose the inherent problems of the US socio-economic system by focusing on specific issues and institutions such as the Supreme Court, middle class, and environment. The end includes a long list of recent layoffs and "fun facts" about incarceration, unemployment, and the Great Recession. Published in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 56 pages in English.
2010
14 2
Show Me The MONEY! #33, Tony Hunnicut
An anti-capitalist zine that aims to expose the inherent problems of the US socio-economic system by focusing on specific issues and institutions such as the Supreme Court, middle class, and environment. The end includes a long list of recent layoffs and "fun facts" about incarceration, unemployment, and the Great Recession. Published in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 48 pages in English.
2010
14 3
Sugar Needle #32, Phlox Icona and Corina Fastwolf
A candy review zine that judges and rates various obscure and regional candies that also includes an interview with zinester and author Dishwasher Pete. Published in Easton, Maryland and Portland, Oregon. 16 pages in English.
14 4
No Better Voice #27 / no snow here #7, jami and nadia ann
A perzine with journal entries, art, and poetry split between the two authors focused on relationships, weight and perception, and feminism. Published in Michigan. 64 pages in English.
2004
14 5
Rejected Band Names #5: The Snortin' Oranges, Jerianne
A perzine with journal entries, thoughts about music, information about where to find pictures of dead people online, and rejected band names. Published in Berkeley, California. 28 pages in English.
2000
14 6
How to be a bad library patron / How to be a good library patron, Jerianne
A minicomic compzine with half of the zine giving examples of funny or good library patron behavior and the other half giving over-the-top examples of poor library patron behavior. Published in Murfreesboro, Tennessee with contributors Cole Johnson, David Crockett, Bobby Tran Dale, Kelly Froh, Susan Boren, Rina Ayuyang, Billy McKay, Androo Robinson, Lisl Weil, Dover, Joy Berry, and Jerianne. 28 pages in English.
2004
14 7
How to be a bad library patron / How to be a good library patron Ephemera, Jerianne
A library catalog card, a date due card, and a library card pocket that were shipped with the zine.
2004
14 8
Zine World: A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press #12, Doug Holland
A zine full of zine and book reviews, articles about underground publishing and leftist politics, comics, and letters from readers and zinesters. Published in San Francisco, California with contributors Michael, Virgil Bartfield, Dave Granger, George Pulliam, Susan Boren, Kyle Bravo, Tom Brebric, Rachael Buffington, Dan Eldridge, Nicole Etolen, Teddy Ficklen, Joe Gallo, Tom Hendricks, Doug Holland, Jerianne, Violet Jones, Jay Koivu, Larry, Hanna LaRue, Wendy Mead, Glynnis O'Connor, Paul T. Olson, Steve Omlid, E. Persimmons, Jacque Rowden, Andrea Takahashi, Stephanie Webb, Fred Wright, Gordon Zola, Agnes DeLappe, Jay Sheckley, Alden Scott Crow, Madeline Zane, Cantara Christopher, Ben Joseph, Jeff Somers, Phil Bland, Jerome Feller, Joe Young, Dan Harper, Alan Mäkinen, Jimmy Possession, Anthony Rayson, Randy W. Wyatt, and Jestapher. 120 pages in English.
1999
14 9
Zine World: A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press #20, Jerianne
A zine full of zine and book reviews, articles about underground publishing and leftist politics, comics, and letters from readers and zinesters. Published in Murfreesboro, Tennessee with contributors Abby, artnoose, Barry Land, Bloody Mary's Cool Sister, Chris, Dan Morey, Emerson Dameron, eric zass, Erin Q., Gordon Zola, Heath Row, Jaina A. Davis, Jerianne, Karlos the Jackal, Kyle Bravo, Michael, Nicole Etolen, Sean, Malinda, Steve Omlid, Susan Boren, Susan L., Suzanne Hackett, Tom Hendricks, Yolanda, Paul Lappen, Charlotte, Jeff Platkin, Sue Clancy, James Lloyd, Arthur Ford, Adam Christian Robertson, D. Smallwood, Anthony Rayson, Bert, Rodney Leighton, Sharon McGill, Mike Palecek, Yul Tolbert, Randi Farmelant, Shawn Carmack, Christoph Meyer, Grant Schreiber, Cole Johnson, Cristy C. Road, J. Chris Campbell, and Jim Sumii. 64 pages in English.
2004
14 10
Zine World: A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press #22, Jerianne
A zine full of zine and book reviews, articles about underground publishing and leftist politics, comics, and letters from readers and zinesters. Published by Marrrakech Express in Murfreesboro, Tennessee with contributors Abby, Andrew Mall, Anu Schnuck, artnoose, Barry Land, Bloddy Mary's Cool Sister, Chris, Christine Douville, Dan Morey, Emerson Dameron, eric zass, Heath Row, Jaina Davis, James McQuiston, Jerianne, Karlos the Jackal, Dris, Kyle Bravo, Misfit, Nicole Etolen, Steve Omlid, Susan Boren, Susan L., Suzanne Hackett, Tom Hendricks, Charlotte, Paul Lappen, Jess, Nicole, M. Brianna Stallings, Claire Sewell, Dave Wreckoning, Audrey Gagnon, mordechai, Emerson Dameron, Jim Sharp, Cecilia Schmitt, John C., Nathan Thrailkill, A.J. Michel, Bob Sheairs, Chad Kolchalka, Lewis, Christopher Robin, Rev. Don Stevens, Tim, REB, D.S.A.M.E., Dick Freeman, Daniel Irwin, Corby Simpson, Abby, Gianni Simone, J.L. Hudson, Owen Thomas, Wred Fright, Michelle Chen, J Martin, ruth o-r, Shannon Colebank, Grant Schreiber, Ryan Mishap, Sunfrog, Harry Highwater, Helen Highwater, Duane Ballenger, Mike Twohig, and Sue Clancy. 64 pages in English.
2005
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Zine World: A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press #22.5, Jerianne
A supplement to issue 22 of Zine World that just contains zine reviews. Published in Murfreesboro, Tennessee with contributors Kyle, Anu, Andrew, mishap, Karlos, Jerianne, artnoose, Emerson, and Susan B. 64 pages in English.
2005
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Zine World: A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press #23, Jerianne
A zine full of zine and book reviews, articles about underground publishing and leftist politics, comics, and letters from readers and zinesters. Published in Murfreesboro, Tennessee with contributors ailecia, Andrew Mall, Anu, artnoose, Bloody Mary's Cool Sister, Chris Manic, Dan Morey, Emerson Dameron, eric zass, Heath Row, Jaina Bee, James McQuiston, Jerianne, Jessaruh, John D. "Bud" Banks, Karlos the Jackal, Kris, Kyle Bravo, Ryan Mishap, Susan Boren, Tom Hendricks, Brett Yates, Paul Lappen, Sean Stewart, Ryan Mishap, David, M. Brianna Stallings, Mike Juhre, Dave, Yul Tolbert, Amanda Bowers, Bert, Don Stevens, Sarah K., Dale Speirs, Krista Bruce, Mikaila, Dylan, Katie, G. Tod Slone, Frank Rodriguez, Kyle Bravo, Jenny, Robb Roemershauser, Coleen Murphy, Amii Emergency, Shannon Wheeler, Sue Clancy, Pat, and Drew. 48 pages in English.
2006
14 13
Zine World: A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press #24, Jerianne
A zine full of zine and book reviews, articles about underground publishing and leftist politics, comics, and letters from readers and zinesters. Published in Murfreesboro, Tennessee with contributors JC, Jerianne, devilbuddha, Brent Moore, Anthony Rayson, Fred Woodworth, Andrew Mall, Ansis A Purins, Eric Lyden, G. Tod Stone, Dann Lennard, Seth Hall, P.5!, Louis Toro, Anushka, Bruce Mark Nevin, Bill Brent, Grant Schreiber, Liz Baillie, Derek M. Ballard, Avocado Tree Distro, Shari Black Velvet, Dan Halligan, Gavin Grant, Nobius Black, Wendy, Dan Taylor, Christoph Meyer, Lisa Moster, Dick Freeman, Sarah Arr!, Candace, Hazel Pine, Unless Indicated, Elihu Edelson, Rich Mackin, John Johnson, Frandroid, Elaine, Matt Holdaway, ailecia, Alan Lastufka, Anu, artnoose, Brianna Stallings, Bloody Mary's Cool Sister, Chantel G., Chris Manic, Dan Morey, Emerson Dameron, J. (Joe) Smith, Jack Cheiky, Jaina Bee, Jessaruh, Jethra Black, John D. "Bud" Banks, Karlos the Jackal, Kris, Kyle Bravo, Laura-Marie Taylor, Randall Fleming, Ryan Mishap, Stephanie K., Susan Boren, Derek M. Ballard, Fall of Autumn Punk Rock Clip Art, Susan Kelly, and Alec Longstreth. 48 pages in English.
2006
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Zine World: A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press #26, Jerianne
A zine full of zine and book reviews, articles about underground publishing and leftist politics, comics, and letters from readers and zinesters. Published in Murfreesboro, Tennessee with contributors Heath Row, Bethy Williams, Margarat, Brent Moore, Robbie Rojo, Brian Lester, Hugh Dyer, Christopher B. Martin, Laural Winter, Donald R. Anderson, Jerianne, andria alefhi, Andrew Conde, John Marr, DJ Frederick, Adam Bishop, David Theodoropoulos, Allen Barnes, Vincent, J. Salyers, Evan Fleischer, Grant Schreiber, ailecia, Andrew Mall, ANu, artnoose, Brianna Stallings, Bloody Mary's Cool Sister, Chantel G., Chirs Manic, clint johns, Dan Morey, Dann Lennard, Denny, Hannah Neurotica, Heath Row, Jack Cheiky, Jaina Bee, Karlos the Jackal, katie, Kris, Laura-Marie Taylor, P.5!, Ryan Mishap, Steve, Susan Boren, Tom Hendricks, Yoram, Pat M., and Sue Clancy. 62 pages in English.
2008
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Zine World: A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press #27, Jerianne
A zine full of zine and book reviews, articles about underground publishing and leftist politics, comics, and letters from readers and zinesters. Published in Murfreesboro, Tennessee with contributors Jerianne, ailecia, Andrew Mall, Anu, artnoose, Chantel G., clint johns, Dan Morey, Dann Lennard, e, Heath Row, Jack Cheiky, Jaina Bee, Karlos the Jackal, katie, Kris, Laura-Marie, M. Brianna Stallings, MC, P5!, Ryan Mishap, Stephanie K., Susan Boren, Tom Hendricks, Yoram, Evan Fleischer, Bert, Catherine Groves, Randy Johnson, Hatton, Randy Robbins, Radical Caring Collective, Francisco M. Duran, Karl Wenclas, Henry S. Kivett, Erica Brodie, Jim Sumii, and Pat M. 40 pages in English.
2009
14 16
Zine World: A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press #28, Jerianne
A zine full of zine and book reviews, articles about underground publishing and leftist politics, comics, and letters from readers and zinesters. Published in Murfreesboro, Tennessee with contributors Jerianne, Jerome Feller, Shawn Granton, Francisco M. Duran, Tony Hunnicut, Grandma Nancy, James N. Dawson, Andrew Conde, Bert, R. Johnson, Andrew Culture, Christopher M, Dave Szurek, Josh Blair, Gianna Simone, Brett Yates, Eric Nelson, Paul Lappen, Sean Stewart, Stephanie K., Ryan Mishap, Michelle Aiello, Addster, Andrew Mall, Anu, Chantel G., clint johns, Clinto, Dann Lennard, e.war, Heath Row, Jaina Bee, Karlos the Jackal, katie, Kris, Laura-Marie, M. Brianna Stallings, MC, P5!, Ryan Mishap, Tom Hendricks, Zacery, Jackie Batey, and Lydia Velarde. 50 pages in English.
2010
14 17
Zine World: A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press #29, Jerianne
A zine full of zine and book reviews, articles about underground publishing and leftist politics, comics, and letters from readers and zinesters. Published in Murfreesboro, Tennessee with contributors Ryan Mishap, katie, Brett Yates, Paul Lappen, Stephanie, Brent Moore, Steve "Pudgy" DeRose, Dale Speirs, Bert, Ross Eliot, Elam Shane Holloway, James Dawson, Damian Michaels, Craven Rock, Anu, Chantel G., clint johns, Clinto, Dann Lennard, e. war, Heath Row, Jaina Bee, Jerianne, Josh Blair, Karlos the Jackal, Katie, Kris, MC, Nicole Introvert, Androo, David Crockett, Lydia Velarde, and P.5! 36 pages in English.
2010
14 18
Zine World: A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press #30, Jerianne
A zine full of zine and book reviews, articles about underground publishing and leftist politics, comics, and letters from readers and zinesters. Published in Murfreesboro, Tennessee with contributors Jerianne, Ryan Mishap, Sean Stewart, Stephanie, Stephanos, Logan McMillen, Andrew Conde, Terry Hansen, David A. Kime, Zachary Edgerton, James Dawson, PJM, Stratu, Joshua, Candace, Anu, Chantel G., clint johns, Clinto, Dann Lennard, e. war, Jaina Bee, Josh Blair, Karlos the Jackal, katie, Kris, MC, Carl Alessi, Mike Goetz, Lydia Velarde, and P.5! 40 pages in English.
2011
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Zine World: A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press #30.5, Jerianne
A supplement to issue 31 of Zine World that only contains zine reviews. Published in Portland, Oregon with contributors Dann Lennard, Alycia, MC, Tom, Stephanie K., clint, Karlos, e.war, mishap, artnoose, and Stephanos. 16 pages in English.
2011
14 20
Zine World: A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press #31, Jerianne
A zine full of zine and book reviews, articles about underground publishing and leftist politics, comics, and letters from readers and zinesters. Published in Portland, Oregon with contributors Jerianne, Ryan Mishap, Artnoose, clint johns, Dann Lennard, e. war, Jaina Bee, Josh Blair, Karlos the Jackal, katie, Kris, MC, P.5!, Stephanie K., Stephanos, Tom Hendricks, Jimi Sharp, Lydia Velarde, Elihu Edison, Andrew Conde, Richard Ward Pruden, Jeremy Carroll, Erik Guttman, Brent Moore, Brent Moore, Justin E. Salada, and James N. Dawson. 28 pages in English.
2012
14 21
Slave to the Needles #2, Aimee Hagerty Johnson
A zine about sewing that includes sample sewing patterns, several comix and interviews, and reviews of music, books, and zines. Published in Madison, Wisconsin with contributors Jairan Sadeghi, Mark Newport, and Ben. 40 pages in English.
2004
14 22
For Your Own Good: a zine about mothers, daughters and body images, Kate
A compzine about the complicated relationships the contributors have with their mothers focusing on the issue of body image. Published in Streatham, London, United Kingdom with contributors Hannah, Erin, Ms Pine, Lee Kennedy, Laura, Kate, Susan Mason, and Jeremy Dennis. 16 pages in English.
2005
14 23
Shrub, Kelly
A perzine recalling the death of the author's mother from cancer through a series of journal entries and letters written after her mother died. Published in Summerland, British Columbia, Canada. 24 pages in English.
2002
14 24
a way-seeking mind #1, Steven Kelly
A lengthy and densely packed perzine about the author's trip abroad with musings about Buddhism, pacifism, relationships, and society. Published in Melville, New York. 64 pages in English.
2001
14 25
Plotz Notes #16: The Final Issue! Barbara Kligman
Styled like the CliffsNotes study guides, the final issue of Plotz covers the history of the zine with descriptions of all the past issues. It also includes the author's "last rant" and ranks the famous men the author met while making the zine. Published in New York City, New York. 24 pages in English and Yiddish.
2002
14 26
Mr. Peebody's Soiled Trousers Other Delights #19, Jay Koivu
A zine mostly filled with interviews with other zinesters and zine reviews. It also includes personal anecdotes from the author, art, and letters to the author. Published in Los Angeles, California with contributor Stinky. 68 pages in English.
2004
14 27
A Dream Dies with Great Violence: A Dada Performance in a zine, Kathleen Kralowec
A comix minizine with 6 surreal drawings and scrawled text. 8 pages in English.
2003
14 28
Heliopause #2: the bete noire issue, Caitlin Kuleci
A perzine in which the author explores her sexuality and its relation to her experiences with religion, recalls past sexual assault, and discusses mental health through various personal stories. Published in St. Petersburg, Florida. 104 pages in English.
2003
14 29
geraniums and bacon #2, Catherine Leamy
A comix about writers' aids, home cleaning products, and "the geekiest dream sequence ever." Published by bella razor press in Boston, Massachusetts. 20 pages in English.
2004
14 30
I will draw two ravens: Five poems for Brooklyn, Christopher Anthony Leibow
A collection of five love poems by the author. Published by Laughing Rabbi Press in Salt Lake City, Utah. 4 pages in English.
2010
15 1
Watching Days Become Years, Jeff LeVine
A semi-autobiographical comic that covers the author's life in Los Angeles in black and white art. Published by Sparkplug Comic Books in Portland, Oregon. 44 pages in English.
2003
15 2
Watching Days Become Years #2, Jeff LeVine
A semi-autobiographical comic that covers the author's life in Los Angeles in black and white art. Published by Sparkplug Comic Books in Portland, Oregon. 48 pages in English.
2005
15 3
Watching Days Become Years #4, Jeff LeVine
A semi-autobiographical comic that covers the author's travels around the West Coast in black and white art. Published by Sparkplug Comic Books in Portland, Oregon. 40 pages in English.
2007
15 4
Supreme Nothing #14, Denell Lewalk
A perzine with journal entries ranging from 1994 to 2002 covering the author's life including going to court, seeing concerts, and being in a relationship. Published in Burton, Ohio. 32 pages in English.
2002
15 5
Chord Easy: 2nd Edition (long version), Light Living Library
A densely packed zine filled with chords and guitar tabs that aims to teach the basics of music theory as well as give advice to more experienced musicians. It includes visual guides, several pages of tabs, and a large catalogue of songs to choose from. This is the second edition, which includes more songs than the first. Published by Light Living Library in Philomath, Oregon. 48 pages in English.
2003
15 6
Chord Easy: 5th Edition (sample version), Light Living Library
A densely packed zine filled with chords and guitar tabs that aims to teach the basics of music theory as well as give advice to more experienced musicians. It includes visual guides, several pages of tabs, and a large catalogue of songs to choose from. This is the shorter sample version of the zine. Published by Light Living Library in Philomath, Oregon. 12 pages in English.
2007
15 7
Don't Blame Me: I Worked For Dean, Lisa
A journal zine recalling the author's work canvassing for Howard Dean during the 2004 Democratic presidential primary. Published in Somerville, Massachusetts. 20 pages in English.
2004
15 8
The Dvorak Zine, Alec Longstreth, Michael Cardiff, and Gabe Carleton-Barnes
A comix dedicated to demonstrating the benefits of the Dvorak keyboard setup and how to use it as well as the history of the development of the modern keyboard. Published in Oberlin, Ohio. 28 pages in English.
2005
15 9
sprag #2: rocket fueled random thoughts for your coffee table, Mickey M.
A perzine with anecdotes about relationships and friends, music and zine reviews, poems about self-image, and doodles. Published in Arlington, Virginia. 28 pages in English.
1993
15 10
sprag #3: spacer, Mickey M.
A perzine with anecdotes about grocery stores and the author's family, music reviews, poems, and doodles. Published in Arlington, Virginia. 20 pages in English.
15 11
The Salt Lick: Rhapsody in Burgundy, Mace and Jane
A zine of poetry, art, and photography describing itself as "an effusively enthusiastic or ecstatic expression of feeling." 12 pages in English.
15 12
Reverend Richard J. Mackin's Book of Letters #3: Consumer Defense Corporate Poetry, Rich Mackin
A collection of prank letters the author sent to various companies and institutions and their responses. Published by Evidence of Active Thought Publications in Allston, Massachusetts. 40 pages in English.
1996
15 13
Reverend Richard J. Mackin's Book of Letters #15, Rich Mackin
A collection of prank letters the author sent to various companies and institutions and their responses. Published in Allston, Massachusetts. 48 pages in English.
2002
15 14
Reverend Richard J. Mackin's Book of Letters #16, Rich Mackin
A collection of prank letters the author sent to various companies and institutions and their responses. Published in Allston, Massachusetts. 40 pages in English.
2002
15 15
Seventeen Street Stench.s #2, Josh MacPhee
A photo series of stencil graffiti the author collected as well as advice for beginners getting into stenciling. Published in Chicago, Illinois with contributor Michelle Luellen. 24 pages in English.
2000
15 16
Grackle #2, Malinda
A perzine with stories from the author's life that focus on the process of starting college at age 27, traveling around the country, and joining a collegiate weightlifting team. Published in Wichita Falls, Texas. 32 pages in English.
2004
15 17
Double Underground #1, Ted Mangano
A perzine with an editorial on personal sovereignty, descriptions about life in prison, and anecdotes and drawings from the author's life. Published in Tonopah, Nevada. 24 pages in English.
2003
15 18
CROQ #12, Heather Mann
A compzine filled with DIY guides, advice for home crafts projects, interviews with zinesters, and zine reviews. Published in Portland, Oregon with contributors Lauren Minco, Stephanie Scarborough, Amy Cathcart, Nancy Flynn, Sister Diane, Deb Dormody, Lynn Li, Heather Wells, Carolyn Belefski, Eilleen Eugenio, Michael Handley, Colin Fjeld, Rowena Aldridge, KB VanHorn, Katharine McKinney, LiEr, Sage Adderley, and Nicci Mechler. 36 pages in English.
2010
15 19
Hermana, Resist #2, Noemi Martinez
A perzine that mixes prose, poetry, journal entries, and art on the themes of Chicana identity and culture, love and sex, and art. Published by C/S Press in La Blanca, Texas. 44 pages in English and Spanish.
2002
15 20
Hermana, Resist #3: Red Degeneration, 2nd Printing, Noemi Martinez
A perzine that mixes prose, poetry, and art on the topic of red degeneration, the "death of one love and the growth of another within the same body." Published by Hermana Resist Press in South Texas. 44 pages in English and Spanish.
2003
15 21
Hermana, Resist #5: Under The Yellow Lights, Noemi Martinez
A perzine that mixes prose, poetry, journal entries, and art on the themes of home, family, and belonging. Published by Hermana Resist Press in South Texas. 40 pages in English.
2005
15 22
Homespun: The DIY Zine #1, Noemi Martinez
A DIY focused zine with recipes, sewing projects, and descriptions of various herbs and plants. Published by C/S Press in La Blanca, Texas with contributor Mahrukh Taimoor. 40 pages in English.
2004
15 23
Homespun: The DIY Zine #2, Noemi Martinez
A DIY focused zine with recipes, sewing projects, and descriptions of various herbs and plants. Published by C/S Press in Edinburg, Texas. 28 pages in English.
2004
15 24
The CIA Makes Science Fiction Unexciting #1: The Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., Gena Mason
An informational booklet focusing on the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the government involvement in his murder. Published by Microcosm Publishing in Portland, Oregon with contributors Keith Rosson and Sarahy Oleksyk. 24 pages in English.
15 25
The CIA Makes Science Fiction Unexciting #3: A look at the way the PATRIOT act and post 9/11 "security" changed our civil liberties and infringed upon basic American rights, Gena Mason
An informational booklet focusing on the actions of the CIA and FBI, their information gathering abilities, and their unconstitutional practices related to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. Published by Microcosm Publishing in Portland, Oregon with contributors Keith Rosson. 32 pages in English.
2005
15 26
the bad lyrics project, Liz Mason
A collection of terrible song lyrics the author collected during karaoke. Published in Chicago, Illinois. 36 pages in English.
2005
15 27
Ideas in Pictures #5: Everyday Transactions, Colin Matthes
A comix focused on the themes of "everyday transactions in business, leisure, and warfare" that depicts the simultaneous disconnect and reliance between US culture at home and the horrors of war abroad. Published in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with contributors Jesse Connor, Erik Ruin, K.F. Sanders, Matt Sesow, Nicolas Lampert, Josh MacPhee, Brandon Bauer, and Colin Matthes. 44 pages in English.
2006
15 28
loose lips sink ships, Sarah May
A list of the 69 men the author has kissed with short descriptions and stories about them. Published by Go For Broke Collective in Reno, Nevada. 28 pages in English.
2010
15 29
Girls Guide To Touring, Erin McCarley
Part perzine and part guide, this zine aims to encourage more women to tour and play music by providing advice and information about booking shows and traveling. It includes lists of venues and restaurants, interviews, and journal entries. Published in Olympia, Washington with contributors Amber, Rickey, Beth, Erin Putnam, Cynthia, and Jesse. 48 pages in English.
2001
15 30
DePaul Librarian Michelle McCoy Interviews Anthony Rayson, Michelle McCoy
The transcript of an interview with Anthony Rayson, the operator of South Chicago Anarchist Black Cross Zine Distro, discussing politics and underground publishing in Chicago. Published by South Chicago ABC Zine Distro in Homewood, Illinois. 52 pages in English.
2008
15 31
invisible robot fish #2: the copter, Billy McKay
A comix about a helicopter ride outside a grocery store that is tortured by a child. The inside of the front cover states, "The goal for each new story that you see in invisible robot fish is for it to be drawn from my brain as fast as humanly possible." Published in North Olmsted, Ohio. 16 pages in English.
1999
15 32
invisible robot fish #10: not my day, Billy McKay
A comix recalling a series of horrible events—his girlfriend cheating and a dog attack—befalling the author. The inside of the front cover states, "The goal for each new story that you see in invisible robot fish is for it to be drawn from my brain as fast as humanly possible." Published in North Olmsted, Ohio. 16 pages in English.
2000
15 33
Food Geek #3, Carrie McNinch
A zine about shopping for food, cooking, and restaurants with rants, stories, anecdotes, and comics that focus on vegetarianism. Published in Los Angeles, California with contributors Shawn Granton, Billy McKay, Helga Romoser, Delaine Derry, Andy Robinson, Anne Thalheimer, Violet Jones, Emily Greenwalt, Eric Lyden, Heather Seggel, and Sarah Folkman. 36 pages in English.
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papercutter #9, Greg Means
A comic anthology series that describes itself as "dedicated to showcasing the best young, underexposed and emerging comic book artists." It includes a comic from and a short bio of each of the artists. Published by Tugboat Press in Portland, Oregon with contributors Greg Means, Nate Beaty, Hellen Jo, Elijah Brubaker, and Aron Nels Steinke. 36 pages in English.
2009
15 35
papercutter #10, Greg Means
A comic anthology series that describes itself as "dedicated to showcasing the best young, underexposed and emerging comic book artists." It includes a comic from and a short bio of each of the artists. Published by Tugboat Press in Portland, Oregon with contributors Greg Means, Nate Beaty, Damien Jay, Jesse Keklaw, and Minty Lewis. 36 pages in English.
2009
15 36
papercutter #13, Greg Means
A comic anthology series that describes itself as "dedicated to showcasing the best young, underexposed and emerging comic book artists." It includes a comic from and a short bio of each of the artists. Published by Tugboat Press in Portland, Oregon with contributors Greg Means, Nate Beaty, Matt Wiegle, Tim Root, and Jonas Madden-Connor. 36 pages in English.
2010
15 37
papercutter #14, Greg Means
A comic anthology series that describes itself as "dedicated to showcasing the best young, underexposed and emerging comic book artists." It includes a comic from and a short bio of each of the artists. Published by Tugboat Press in Portland, Oregon with contributors Greg Means, Dave Roche, Nate Beaty, Brian Maruca, Jim Rugg, and Farel Dalrymple. 36 pages in English.
2010
16 1
Moonlight Dreamchasers: the buildering issue, Luke Mehall
A perzine that includes an account of the author and some friends climbing buildings, an essay about loneliness, love, and winter, and a review of the zine Dishwasher by Pete Jordan. Published by Dirty Dishes in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributor Dave Wuest. 28 pages in English.
2008
16 2
the miscarriage zine, melanie
A mini perzine about the author's experience being pregnant and undergoing a miscarriage as well as the effect of the miscarriage on their relationship with their partner. Published in Bellevue, Ohio. 28 pages in English.
2004
16 3
Twenty-eight Pages Lovingly Bound with Twine #11, Christoph Meyer
A zine with several humorous letters, fictionalized accounts of the author's life, poetry, and art. Published in Danville, Ohio with contributors Christoph Meyer, Larned Justin, and Jerry Smith. 28 pages in English.
2002
16 4
The Scrap Paper Review (a.k.a. 28 Wee Pages Heartlessly Bound with Staples), Christoph Meyer
A zine made from leftover content from an issue of Twenty-eight Pages Lovingly Bound with Twine that includes of short stories and art. Published in Danville, Ohio. 28 pages in English.
16 5
The Sour Harvest: Book 2, Brendan Monroe
A comix about fruit-like creatures falling from a tree, journeying to a city, and encountering a tiger. Published in Los Angeles, California. 48 pages in English.
2004
16 6
Johnny America #7, The Moon Rabbit Drinking Club Benevolence society
A magazine of fiction and humor with stories about love and obsession, essays about animals, and concert reviews. Published in Lawrence, Kansas with contributors Ian Groady, Fred Skolnik, Bruce Seymour, Jeremy S. Griffin, Ben Segal, David Holub, Christopher Morris, C. L. Bledsoe, and Johnathan Holley. 44 pages in English.
2009
16 7
browsing room: inferiority complex not included., Tara Moyle
A perzine about life as a librarian that features anecdotes about patrons, lists of recommended and banned books, journal entries, and a section on library fashion. Published in DeKalb, Illinois. 72 pages in English.
2001
16 8
Xploited Zine #002: Public Restrooms, Kathleen Neves and Herbert Morgan
A compzine with stories, pictures, and information about public restrooms. It includes a section about Safe2Pee.org, a website dedicated to providing information on restrooms for transgender, gender nonconforming, and disabled people. Published in San Francisco, California with contributors Amber Farthing, Calvin Finemore, Dan Brennan, Derek Lau, Grainne Grant, Henna Howard, Herbert Morgan, Joseph Brinkley, Joseph Gelman, Justin McClure, Kristy Garcia, Peter Lastowski, Kathleen Neves, and Jessica Epperson. 52 pages in English.
2008
16 9
Node Pajomo, Node Pajomo
A mailart review zine that features with densely packed text cut-and-pasted over chaotic black and white images. Published in Bellingham, Washington. 24 pages in English.
2010
16 10
God's Country, Sabriel Parker
The winner of Salt Lake Community College's chapbook competition, this story depicts a travel through Jerusalem side by side an exploration of questions of theology and philosophy. Published by Salt Lake Community College in Salt Lake City, Utah. 60 pages in English.
2011
16 11
Fixation #3, Crystal Powell
A perzine with journal entries, punk show reviews and pictures, musings on being straight-edge and the portrayal of the "Straight Edge Movement" in Salt Lake City, and stories and poems from contributors including a recount of the Columbine High shootings. Published in Albany, New York with contributors Crystal Powell/cRyStⒶL, Aaron Cometbus, Kayla Tabb, Jay Insult, Jami, and Stephen Partridge. 24 pages in English.
1999
16 12
Bowierama, The Purple Thistle
A David Bowie themed zine featuring the author's personal history with Bowie, Bowie themed recipes, joke Bowie themed product ideas, and a list of tabloids about Bowie. Published in Vancouver, Canada. 16 pages in English.
2005
16 13
Queer Writes: How to become a radical militant youth, Queers in Action
A quarterly zine with art and writing from LGBTQ+ youth in Salt Lake City that includes poems, health information about HIV/AIDs, and anti-tobacco industry graphics. Published by Youth Activity Center in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Zack Faust, David Montoya, Chaz Primek, Jessee Lyman, and Heather Romney. 20 pages in English.
2004
16 14
Quercus Agrifolia Volume 1 Issue 1, Quercus Agrifolia
An anti-colonial herbal medicine zine focused on the California Live Oak. It includes descriptions of herbalism, settler-colonialism, tongva, and Yang-Na as well as the uses of various herbs and plants. Published in Los Angeles, California. 20 pages in English.
2012
16 15
Quercus Agrifolia Volume 1 Issue 3, Quercus Agrifolia
An anti-colonial herbal medicine zine focused on the Los Angeles River. It includes a history of the river and descriptions of praxis, Gloria Evangelina Anzaldúa, and communities of action as well as the uses of various herbs and plants. Published in Los Angeles, California. 36 pages in English.
2012
16 16
Quercus Agrifolia Volume 1 Issue 4, Quercus Agrifolia
An anti-colonial herbal medicine zine focused on sovereignty and settler-colonialism. It includes descriptions of the Pueblo people, settler sexuality, and the Uprising of 1680 as well as the uses of various herbs and plants. Published in Los Angeles, California. 44 pages in English.
2012
16 17
Quercus Agrifolia Volume 1 Issue 5, Quercus Agrifolia
An anti-colonial herbal medicine zine focused on Vandana Shiva. It includes excerpts from her book Stolen Harvest - The Hijacking of the Global Food Supply, descriptions of ecological justice, genetic engineering, and food security, and a timeline of the development of capitalism as well as the uses of various herbs and plants. Published in Los Angeles, California. 40 pages in English.
2012
16 18
Quercus Agrifolia Volume 1 Issue 6, Quercus Agrifolia
An anti-colonial herbal medicine zine focused on Audre Lorde. It includes excerpts from her poems and descriptions of the hierarchy of oppression, standpoint theory, heteropatriarchy, and self-care as well as the uses of various plants and herbs. Published in Los Angeles, California. 44 pages in English.
2013
16 19
Quercus Agrifolia Volume 1 Issue 7, Quercus Agrifolia
An anti-colonial herbal medicine zine focused on palm trees and their role in California. It includes descriptions of human supremacy, the Colorado River, xeriscaping, and the Iviatim people as well as the uses of various plants and herbs. Published in Los Angeles, California. 32 pages in English.
2013
16 20
Quercus Agrifolia Volume 1 Issue 9, Quercus Agrifolia
An anti-colonial herbal medicine zine focused on genetically modified food. It includes an excerpt from Vandana Shiva’s Stolen Harvest - Reclaiming Food Democracy and descriptions of genetically modified organisms, biodiversity, organic agriculture, and food sovereignty as well as the uses of various herbs and plants. Published in Los Angeles, California. 32 pages in English.
2013
16 21
Quercus Agrifolia Volume 1 Issue 10, Quercus Agrifolia
An anti-colonial herbal medicine zine focused on the prison-industrial complex. It contains excerpts from Are Prisons Obsolete? by Angela Davis and Violence Against (Trans)Women by CeCe McDonald and short descriptions of the school to prison pipeline, restorative justice, and drug decriminalization as well as the uses of various herbs and plants. Published in Los Angeles, California with contributor Toi Scott. 52 pages in English.
2013
16 22
Fish Piss Volume 2 Number 4, Louis Rastelli
An underground magazine filled with reviews, editorials, articles, comics, and art that covers the record industry, history, and DIY and punk identity. Published by Payette Simms Inc. in Montreal, Québec, Canada with contributors Louis Rastelli, Jeffrey Overall, Billy Mavreas, Hélène Brosseau, Hatie Moore, Ian McGillis, Isabelle Bourret, efrim, Vince Tinguely, Rob Labelle, J.R. Carpenter, Mike Long, Lpal'a, Rob R. Rao, Jackie Siddal, MissE, Scott Duncan, Rick Trembles, Heather Meek, Graham Falk, Eric Braun, Éric Thériault, Guy Boutin, Liz Keenan, Kurt Beaulieu, Marc Ngui, MG, Ethan Rilly, Joe Hale, Mark Hollingsworth, Emily , King, Mary Knott, Beppi Isbert, Steve Godin, Sean Goblin, Matt Collins, Jesse Bochner, Micael Hind, Lorenz Peter, Sean Ward, Sherwin Sully Tjia, Stefan Neville, Clayton, R. Suicide, Stepan Chapman, Mitchell Amihod, and Mike Hollingsworth. 124 pages in English and French.
2004
16 23
Wartime Experience Remembered, Leland H. Rayson
A short memoir of the author's deployment during World War II in the Navy which includes stories about his perpetually angry captain, leading small boats in two invasions, his appendix rupturing and teeth being pulled, and getting married. Published by South Chicago ABC Zine Distro in Homewood, Illinois. 24 pages in English.
1999
16 24
Recluse Zine #4, Recluse Zine
A compzine with news, DIY screen-printing guides, zine and book reviews, and information on insomnia, domestic violence, and the portrayal of women in media. Published in Columbus, Ohio with contributors Jill Herbst, Chris Griffin, Anna, d.a. johnston, Jame Moore, Jake Monnin, Ron Gibson, Jr., Crotch, Nikki Widner, and Christopher Jones. 40 pages in English.
2001
16 25
Bear With A Chainsaw #1, Devin Renshaw
A comix filled with drawings of monsters with short descriptions for each as well as anecdotes, stories, and poems. Published in Orem, Utah with contributors Ethel Q. Waters, Devon Stern, Nolan Renshaw, and Eyeballs. 20 pages in English.
2009
16 26
Bear With A Chainsaw #2: a zine about monsters (mostly), Devin Renshaw
A comix filled with drawings of monsters and robots with short descriptions for each. Published in Orem, Utah. 20 pages in English.
2010
16 27
Mothers News: Fashion Issue, Rhododendron Festival
A short, densely packed newspaper featuring art, comics, poetry, and prose from the editor and contributors. This issue focuses on the broad theme of fashion with editorials and columns discussing colors and clothes, but also includes a large centerfold image of a hermit crab, word jumbles, and a description of rosemary. Published by Rhododendron Festival in Providence, Rhode Island with contributors Ali Reid, Mickey Zacchilli, Katrina, Kate Schapira, Jackie H Curtiss, Chimpendale, Charlotte DeSedony, Michael DeForge, Providence Comics Consortium, Ambrose Bierce, Mike Taylor, Roby Newton, Jacob Khepler, Sophia Tintori, and Mike Leslie. 8 pages in English.
2014
16 28
cartography for beginners #2, April Richardson
A perzine filled with anecdotes from the author's life at her job and university, stories about past and current relationships, and zine reviews. Published in Atlanta, Georgia. 44 pages in English.
2003
16 29
cartography for beginners #4, April Richardson
A perzine filled with anecdotes from the author's life ranging from experiences at the movie theater, on public transportation, and from married life as well as stories from her friend's job at Domino's. Published in Atlanta, Georgia. 40 pages in English.
2004
16 30
rising, evita ruby
A journal-like perzine in a matchbox about the author's relationship with a person whose astrological sun sign is Taurus. Published in Sandy, Utah. 28 pages in English.
16 31
Delusions of Grandeur Volume 1 Number 5, Cali Ruchala
A satirical take on 1990s politics relating to journalism, entertainment, and the fall of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics with sections including "Yeltsin Death Watch," "The Gospel According to Yakov," and a eulogy for an assassinated journalist. Published in Chicago, Illinois with contributors Cali Ruchala, Misha Pozhininsky, Julija Strojvno, Christopher Szabó, and Patra Campeanu. 64 pages in English.
1999
16 32
Burying Sandwiches, Robert Sato
A surreal black and white comic about the horrors of family, eating, and cooking. Published in Los Angeles, California. 60 pages in English.
2005
17 1
Feminine Vengeance #2, S. Sayre
A collection of poems, art, diary entries from the author, and quotes about femininity, vengeance, suicide, and childhood. Published in Regina, Saskatchewan. 26 pages in English.
2009
17 2
Love The Slain, Sapphira Sayre
A zine of poetry focusing on the emotions of grief, loss, and sorrow over the death of loved ones. Published in Regina, Saskatchewan. 12 pages in English.
17 3
Teen Zine, Volume 1 Number 1, SLCPL Teen Collective
A compzine soliciting submissions from youth at the Public Library in Salt Lake City that aims to represent "all aspects of being young." It includes poetry and prose prompts and submission forms as well as listings of library activities that are directed toward teenagers and young people. Published by Salt Lake City Public Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. 24 pages in English.
2007
17 4
25¢ Dragon Comics #3, Jess Smart Smiley
A short comix about a dragon that tries to make bread by baking it in a volcano. Published in Utah. 8 pages in English.
17 5
25¢ Dragon Comics #4, Jess Smart Smiley
A short comix about a dragon that tries to woo a cat and then buy a temporary tattoo. Published in Utah. 8 pages in English.
17 6
The Inner Swine Volume 7, Issue 1, Jeffrey Somers
A zine with several editorials, fictional writing, and zine reviews mostly from the creator Jeff Somers with occasional interjections of comics and footnotes from other contributors. Published in New Jersey with contributors Jeff Somers, Robert Gala, Ken West, Jeof Vita, Cassie Carey, Karen Accavallo, Lauren Strutzel, and Danette Knopp. 64 pages in English.
2001
17 7
The Inner Swine Volume 13, Issue 2,
A zine with several editorials, fictional writing, and zine reviews mostly from the creator Jeff Somers with occasional interjections of comics and footnotes from other contributors. Published in New Jersey with contributors Jeff Somers, Robert Gala, Ken West, Jeof Vita, Cassie [REDACTED], Karen Accavallo, Lauren Boland, and The Duchess. 64 pages in English.
2007
17 8
Geistenbourg Welcomes You #1, Anthony Sorge
A fictional short comix about the author's hometown, friends, and a local band. 8 pages in English.
17 9
The Dragomen, Meredith Stern
A compzine of surreal comics from several different artists with plot taken from a mini-zine in the back called The Stories which includes diary entries, dream journals, and anecdotes. Published in Providence, Rhode Island with contributors Small Potato, Jenine Bressner, Nicole Georges, Ally Reeves, Mike Taylor, Ethan Hayes-Chute, Kaka, and Kasey. 30 pages for the main zine and 24 pages for the zine in the back in English.
2005
17 10
Outlet Zine #3, Steven
A zine with comics and rants about punk rock, sex, straight-edge culture, racism, and veganism. Published in Lindenwold, New Jersey with contributors Razzle S., Ian, and anna. 62 pages in English.
1995
17 11
Thoughtworm #10, Sean Stewart
A perzine with journal entries about life in Texas, work, biking, and relationships as well as book and zine reviews in the back. Published in Wichita Falls, Texas. 28 pages in English.
2003
17 12
Exquisite Corpse, Strangers and Friends at Chapman Library
A collage compzine made collaboratively by people at Chapman Library that features art by the contributors. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Andrew Filmore, S. Espinoza, C.J. Heaps, Be-be, The Getts, Anona Mouse, and Carson Heaps. 20 pages in English.
2012
17 13
Stripburger #17, Stripburger
A large collection of comics from the US and Europe, mostly Slovenia, many of which are surreal and chaotic. It includes a "Stripburger Connector" that provides an English language introduction to the collection. Published in Slovenia with contributors Claudio Parentela, James Kochalka, Mark Hendricks, Andrej Štular, Marcel Ruijters, Bart Schoofs, Ivana Filipovič, Stankovski, Matthias Lehmann, Berend Vonk, Amos, Dave Leavesley, Buzzsaw, Javier Martinez, Ole Comoll Christensen, M.S. Bastian, Mat Giesen, Vladimir Stankovski. Matjaž Bertonelj, Piero Anelini, Info Burger, Jaša Sketelj, Wostok, Berend Vonk, Amos, J.K. Butler, Chris Butler, Jure Perpar, and Dave Leavesley. 92 pages in Slovenian, English, Serbian, and Spanish.
1997
17 14
Stripburger #32, Stripburger
A large collection of comics from the US and Europe, mostly Slovenia, many of which are surreal and chaotic. It includes a "Stripburger Connector" that provides an English language introduction to the collection. Published in Slovenia with contributors Max Andersson, Lars Sjunnesson, Matej Lavrenčič, Žiga Aljaž, Maja Veselinovič, Rayman, Bart Schoofs, Helene Brousseau, Ivana Guljaševič, Atak, Martin Tom Dieck, Mr. Stocca, Anne Françoise Quoitin, Andreja Kladnik, Tomaž Lavrič, Emil Jurcan, Olmo Omerzu, Grot Balasz, Philippe Duarte, Sasha Mihaylovich, Miroslav Nemeth, and David Kranjčan. 92 pages in Slovenian, Serbian, and English.
2002
17 15
Stripburger #40, Stripburger
A large collection of comics from the US and Europe, mostly Slovenia, many of which are surreal and chaotic. It includes a "Stripburger Connector" that provides an English language introduction to the collection. Published in Slovenia with contributors Andrej Štular, Branko Jelinek, Søren Mosdal, Jacob Ørsted, Matt Broersma, Miguel Robledo, Alberto Vásquez, Sonia Pulido, Olaf Ladousse, Miguel Nuñez, Alex Baladi, Jouhyonne Ohoi, Gašper Rus, Ina Kallis, Aurélie LeVaux, Malin Biller, Richard Suicide, Bjørn Ousland, Max, Emanuela Biancuzzi, and Pau Masiques. 100 pages in Slovenian, English, and Spanish.
2005
17 16
Stripburger #41, Stripburger
A large collection of comics from the US and Europe, mostly Slovenia, many of which are surreal and chaotic. It includes a "Stripburger Connector" that provides an English language introduction to the collection. Published in Slovenia with contributors Stijn Gisquiere, Alejandro Alvarez, Pasični, Eric Braün, Gašper Rus, James Kochalka, Koco, Hof, Sylvain Gerand, Bjørn Ousland, Dunja Jankovič, Pieter De Portere, Lars Fiske, Marko Kociper, Malin Biller, Terrenoire, Ambre/Lionel Tran, Lucas Méthé/L. Tran, Recenzije, Serge Maksimov, and Blanquet. 100 pages in Slovenian and English.
2006
17 17
Stripburger #43, Stripburger
A large collection of comics from the US and Europe, mostly Slovenia, many of which are surreal and chaotic. It includes a "Stripburger Connector" that provides an English language introduction to the collection. Published in Slovenia with contributors Hof, Koren Shadmi, Sébastien Lumineau, Jernej Slak, Shooty, Tony Millionaire, Max Andersson, Matej De Cecco, Gašper Rus, Jakob Klemenčič, Rina Ayuyang, Peter Kuper, Jeroen Janssen, Maaike Hartjes, Marcel Ruijters, Matthias Lehman, and Milo Waterfield. 100 pages in Slovenian, English, and French.
2006
17 18
All This is Mine, Sugene
A perzine with anecdotes, musings on zen philosophy, poetry, art, and DIY guides. Published in Oakland, California. 52 pages in English.
2002
17 19
La Huelga de Inquilinos de 1907, Juan Suriano
A pamphlet about a popular uprising in Buenos Aires in 1907 led by anarchists and socialists with various excerpts from publications from the period. Published in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 28 pages in Spanish.
17 20
Lydia Swine's GET RICH BY MAKING ENORMOUS AMOUNTS OF MONEY, Lydia Swine
A perzine with a recollection of the author's disappointing trips to Las Vegas, a discussion of Woody Allen, a recipe, and some art. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah. 16 pages in English.
2007
17 21
insight #4: if you don't like it, you're stupid, Rob Syers
A large collection of zine and music reviews, interviews, letters to the editor, and recipes focused on underground publishing, punk, and leftist politics. It also includes art and photography from various contributors. Published by insight in Kalamazoo, Michigan with contributors Bridget Trost, Matt Lango, Toney Vast-Binder, Bebun, Becky Cooper, Dave Watson, Dave Hoffman, David Livingstone, Jeff Hiltz, Jeremy Kay, Jeremy Kitchen, John Barneveld, John Crawford, John Forbes, John Yates, Josh Diebel, Lady T. Little Larry, Lou Kondek, Mandy Jarvi, Mark Mauer, Matt Lango, Matt Sebastian, May Konfong, Ned Ragget, Nouri Zander, Pat Callow, Robert Drake, Rob Syers, Roger Weeks, Roy Felps, Sam Bailey, Scott Puckett, Shawn Granger, Shelly Ferguson, Starra Watha, Stinkin' Lincoln, H.J. Zinser, Hamhead, EP Milich, Nicole Huber, Susan Smith, and C.T.S.N. Schweiger. 100 pages in English.
1995
17 22
Grandma's Attic Bathtub #1, Eira Tansey
A perzine by a 16 year old unschooler that includes a description the author's lip balm "addiction" and hair dyeing, comics, and stories about her personal life. Published in Cincinnati, Ohio. 28 pages in English.
17 23
Insomniac, tapil
A journal-like perzine that follows the author's thoughts on their current relationships and life as they wander through San Francisco during the night in order to endure their insomnia. Published in San Francisco, California. 52 pages in English.
17 24
"I am so profound", Claire Taylor
A perzine with humorous advice for high schoolers, short stories about the author's family and pets, and conversations among various Star Trek characters and food. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah. 28 pages in English.
17 25
The Hungover Gourmet: The Journal of Food, Drink, Travel, and Fun #5: Shocking Tales! From Pennsylvania Dutch Country, Dan Taylor
A zine filled with recipes, bar and restaurant reviews, and anecdotes as well as an "origin story" of the author and zine reviews. Published by Last Call Productions in Lutherville, Maryland with contributors Anita J Michel and Betty Maple. 28 pages in English.
2002
17 26
Honeypot #3: Love me, Love my Elephant, Honey B. Temple
A perzine about the author's cats and the confidence they inspire in her, past relationships, the perception of women in media, and sex. It also includes art and poetry by the author. Published in Berkeley, California. 40 pages in English.
2002
17 27
booty #19, Anne Thalheimer
A comix journal zine recalling the author's trip to Iceland as well as various other events in their life and things they love. Published in Amherst, Massachusetts. 16 pages in English and Icelandic.
2005
17 28
Idiosyncrasy #1, Cherry Thomas
A perzine describing the author's trip to Japan as an English conversation teacher that includes art, lists, and anecdotes. Published in Los Angeles, California. 20 pages in English and Japanese.
1999
17 29
The Birthday Diary: March 15th, Cherry Thomas
A collection of journal entries from the author's birthdays throughout the years starting in 1983 at 8 years old and ending in 2002 at 27. Published in Los Angeles, California. 24 pages in English.
2002
18 1
here it is #1, Erin Tobey
A personal comix focusing on the author's anxieties of writing about personal issues with recollections of high school, babysitting, and falling in love with a new person when dating someone else. Published in Bloomington, Indiana with contributor Hattie. 28 pages in English.
18 2
Okay. Garbage Zine for Salt Lake City Library, M. Todd
A densely packed zine filled with scraps of colorful paper, short comics stapled to single pages, and various drawings. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah. 39 pages in English.
2011
18 3
wow! It is a garbage zine made just for salt lake city library, M. Todd
A densely packed zine filled with scraps of colorful paper, short comics stapled to single pages, and various drawings. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah. 33 pages in English.
2011
18 4
Comic Characters!, Mark Todd
A series of superheroes and villains drawn by the author when they were 14 years old. Each drawing includes the character's code name, real name, rating, strength, and a few facts. Published by funchicken in Los Angeles, California. 104 pages in English.
2011
18 5
Hidden Village High, Kelley Triptow and Patrick Morrison
A zine celebrating a group of friends in Salt Lake City with a collections of photos, anecdotes, and riffs on typical yearbook content. Published by Hidden Village High Press in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Kelley Triptow, Patrick Morrison, Brad Edwards, Brian Wyatt, and Charles Edwards. 48 pages in English.
2005
18 6
PAGAN PALAVER: Third Edition, Jack Truett
A compzine with essays, stories, art, photography, and humorous anecdotes about paganism and religion. Published in Somerville, Tennessee with contributors Jack Truett, Abigail Ann Martin, Fred L. Timm, Carole McCord, Daniella Shrader, Ruth Ticktin, and Alex Simpson. 114 pages in English.
18 7
Voozine #1, Daisy Voo
A hand drawn minizine with chaotic drawings, strange creatures, and scrawled writing. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah. 8 pages in English.
18 8
The Iconoclast #82, Phil Wagner
A literary compzine of poetry, prose, and reviews from "unheralded, unknown but deserving creators, whose work is often overlooked or trampled in the commercial, university, or internet marketplace." Published in Mohegan Lake, New York with contributors Jeff Hoffman, Richard Vaughn, Edna Faye Kiel, Paula Lindstam, Fredrick Zydek, Robin Gilchrist, Peter Desy, Irena Praitis, James Deahl, Carl Brooker, Kenneth O'Keefe, P. L. Grimaldi, Paige McLemore, Blair Ewing, Stepan Chapman, Clayton Eshleman, John Amen, Phil Wagner, Maryann Sherry Wagner, and Romusa. 44 pages in English.
2004
18 9
The Rambler: The Monthly Publication of the Wasatch Mountain Club Volume 91 Number 4, Wasatch Mountain Club
The official magazine of the Wasatch Mountain Club which includes dates for future events, pictures and stories from memorable hikes, commentaries on local issues relating to the wilderness, and information about the state of the club. Published by Wasatch Mountain Club in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Steve Duncan, John Veranth, Alex Rudd, Julie Kilgore, Don Urrizaga, Fred Tripp, Tricia Lee, Kerry Quinn, Will McCarvill, Kyle Williams, Dale Green, Deindre Flynn, Cheryl Soshnik, Cynthia Grass, and Charles L. Keller. 56 pages in English.
2010
18 10
Bullies and my bike (in poetic verse), Esther Pearl Watson
A comix that lists a series of bullies who picked on the author and repeatedly stole their bike. Published by funchicken in Los Angeles, California. 16 pages in English.
2008
18 11
Eric Parris World #1, Esther Pearl Watson
A post-apocalyptic comic zine in which the only survivors are models, rock bands, and gangs. Published by funchicken in Los Angeles, California. 44 pages in English.
2009
18 12
Hero Land #1, Esther Pearl Watson
A comic zine featuring a series of vignettes into the lives of famous superheroes like Superman, Wonder Woman, and Spiderman as they eat soup that is too hot, try out new uniforms, and plant strawberries. Published by funchicken in Los Angeles, California. 36 pages in English.
18 13
Hero Land #3, Esther Pearl Watson
A comic zine featuring a series of vignettes into the lives of famous superheroes like Superman, Wonder Woman, and Spiderman as they relax, are scared by bugs, and stop for coffee. Published by funchicken in Los Angeles, California. 36 pages in English.
18 14
Hero Land #4, Esther Pearl Watson
A comic zine featuring a series of vignettes into the lives of famous superheroes like Superman, Wonder Woman, and Spiderman as they do laundry, forget their capes, and go out for dinner. Published by funchicken in Los Angeles, California. 36 pages in English.
18 15
Hero Land #5, Esther Pearl Watson
A comic zine featuring a series of vignettes into the lives of famous superheroes like Superman, Wonder Woman, and Spiderman as they do chores, are called to help screw in lightbulbs, and stop for coffee. Published by funchicken in Los Angeles, California. 32 pages in English.
18 16
Beauty Across America, Esther Pearl Watson
A zine created after driving across the United States with photos and interviews from people the authors' met, their thoughts on beauty, and various caricatures. Published by funchicken in Los Angeles, California. 56 pages in English.
2008
18 17
Fellowship of Tim #24: Windom PeeWees, Damon Weinandt
A perzine recalling the Windom PeeWees, a children's baseball team in Windom, Minnesota. It includes newspaper clippings about games, anecdotes about the author's time in the team, and an interview with the author's siblings. Published in Windom, Minnesota with contributor Aaron Horkey. 36 pages in English.
2009
18 18
Hot Poetry, King Wenclas
A "zeen" that aims to be a part of a revived poetry movement. It includes poems on politics, relationships, and dog parks. Published by Underground Literary Alliance in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 32 pages in English.
18 19
West Winds Volume 54: white noise, West Winds
A student-run compilation magazine of poetry and art by students at West High School covering the themes of identity, artistry, and youth. Published by West Winds in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Loren Elliot, Kaycee Nelson, Rebecca Gutierrez, Amanda Krebs, Kimberlee Sirsitns, Sam Dickman, Dan Quoc Tham, Amanda Langford, Nai Sok, Mycal Alo, Lauren Gardner, Katherine Lehman, Jessica Greenbaum, Jennifer Buchi, Nick Lee, Alice Du, Nick Hartman, Alex Bilginsoy, Rachel Miller, Jenny Hong, Anna Reitz, Danielle Reynolds, Sarah Ujifusa, Jessica Woods, Yuliana Novoa, Ron Weikel, Alicia Martinez, Yevgenia Kopeleva, Erica Nichols, Kit Mullen Warchol, J. Patrick Gardner, Dory Trimble, Shannon Hamblin, Tom Szalay, Jacob Rosensweig, Chris Adamson, Brittany Greenbaum, Stephanie Bernritter, Constance Crompton, and Marisol Lopez. 64 pages in English.
2005
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West Winds Magazine: Legacies, West Winds
A student-run compilation magazine of poetry and art by students at West High School covering the themes of identity, artistry, youth, love, and loss. Published by West Winds in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Emma Eleanor Metos, Lauren Wiggins, Megha Chalke, Lucia Smith, Carolyn Janecek, Maggie Olvera, Araceli Haslam, Claire Adler, Ana Steenbilk, Pelicant's, Anonymous, Brigit McDannell, Elizabeth Quatrale, Lucy Nebeker, Scout Asay, Ruby Williams, Maggie Cannon Match, Henry Olson, Chloe Kauffman, Cole Hartog, Roxanne Fitzwilliam, Barbara Woodruff, Edward Barrowes, Cherie Brisindine, Helen Gwen, Nina Done, Stephanie Manova, Nadja Redd, Quincey Bowen, Caudie Jan, Chancelor DeLaMare, Aida Becic, Emily Graham, Lincoln Matheson, Zoey Riches, Fiona Spas, Ruby Williams, Alex Nibley, Tristan Bowler, Annie Yun, Evelyn Salazar, Isabelle Srivastava, Ash Flores, Chloe Kauffman, Miriam Harris, Maggie Cannon Match, Daela Tipton, Glenn Livengood, Dane Bertelsen, Audrey Mancini, Rachel Urban, Vismaya Kharkar, Stephanie Brow-Richards, Bita Tristani, Margarita Martinez, Roxanne Fizwilliam, Harrison Unruh, Lois Brady, Scott Kennard, Kaitlyn McCluskey, Xochitl Gonzalez, Chase Moray, and Lucia Guerra. 104 pages in English.
2014
18 21
Reporter #2: When I Was Young What Could I Know?, Dylan Williams
A comic about a traveling writer meeting a woman squatting in a house. Published by Sparkplug Comic Books in Portland, Oregon. 28 pages in English.
18 22
Reporter #3: Valley of the Kings, Dylan Williams
A comic about the protagonist getting a job as a reporter. Published by Sparkplug Comic Books in Portland, Oregon. 28 pages in English.
18 23
Reporter #4: Armored Car Robbery, Dylan Williams
A wordless comic that recounts a violent robbery and the events leading up to Reporter issue 3. Published by Sparkplug Comic Books in Portland, Oregon. 28 pages in English.
18 24
Reporter #5: The Gun, Dylan Williams
A prequel to Reporter issues 3 and 4 that follows US troops in the Invasion of Korea as they encounter supernatural phenomena and are ambushed by Korean troops. Published by Sparkplug Comic Books in Portland, Oregon. 28 pages in English.
18 25
I'm a Wrekk #2, Alex Wrekk
A perzine with long, journal-like passages musing on the author's relationships and friendships, consumerism, and other zines. Published in Portland, Oregon. 24 pages in English.
1999
18 26
birthdays christmas / Faking Distance, Alex Wrekk and Korinna Irwin
A perzine split between the two authors that was made in a single week. It covers personal anecdotes and stories from their lives as well as discussions of DIY and riot grrrl culture. Published by Microcosm Publishing in Portland, Oregon. 48 pages in English.
2007
18 27
external text 6, yumi
A perzine about the author's identity, being visibly queer, labor organizing, and coming of age. Published in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 76 pages in English.
2002
18 28
Zisk #5: A Magazine by and for Baseball Fans, Zisk
A zine about baseball that includes articles about professional and amateur tournaments, pictures from games, and illustrations of players as well as a Richie Zisk baseball card. Published by GM Publications in Copley, Ohio with contributors Jake Austen, Mike Bonomo, Mike D'Urso, Mike Faloon, Jeff Herz, Slink Moss, Steve Reynolds, Josh Rutledge, and Kip Yates. 28 pages in English.
2002
19 1
Women Strike For Peace, мир
A progressive anti-war zine that covers the Invasion of Iraq, sexual assault and rape in the US, a person's ecological footprint, and Palestine. It includes a flyer for the "Global Day of Protest for the One-Year Anniversary of the Iraq War" on the inside of the front cover. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Nikki C. and Cold Shoulder. 20 pages in English.
2004
19 2
The Abhorsen Series
A small zine about the Abhorsen Series of books with 1 page plot summaries and hand drawn art. 4 pages in English.
19 3
Hypocrisy Volume 1 Issue 2
Focused on hypocrisy, this zine contains an interview with Flying Cactus Knuckles, thoughts from the author on God and police brutality, and quotes from progressives, radicals, and the Anarchist Youth Federation. Published in South Sioux, Nebraska. 26 pages in English.
19 4
I Wish I Ate Pot Cake But Instead I'll Smell These Markers
A collection of art from a zine making party. 26 pages in English.
19 5
Louis Vuitton
A series of disjointed philosophical sentences and phrases about fashion and branding. 28 pages in English.

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Puberty Strike #3, Seth Boggard
A collection of interviews, correspondence, stories, reviews, comics, and photos about adolescence in the late 1990s. Includes personal anecdotes about the editor’s friends, a page reviewing slang, and a questionnaire to determine the reader’s level of delinquency. Published in Tucson, Arizona by Puberty Strike with contributors Seth Boggard, Johnny Vail, Fawn Gehweller, Lolita the Pill, Layla Cooper, Mike Mitchell, Teen Heartbreak, Andy Wombwell, and Kristy Chan. 20 pages in English.
1998
20 2
Never Date Dudes from the Internet: Responses to a Craigslist F4M Ad 2005, Amy Burek
A collection of presumptuous and formulaic emails received in response to the author’s personal ad on Craigslist. Published in Oakland, California by Awkward Ladies Club. 28 pages in English.
2012
20 3
Never Finish Grad School: Excerpts from My Livejournal 2004-2006, Amy Burek
A recollection of the author’s attempt to earn a PhD that is told through her LiveJournal entries from 2004-2006 that covers her experience with imposter syndrome and the difficulties of academia. Published in Oakland, California by Awkward Ladies Club. 32 pages in English.
2012
20 4
Cowboy Love, Kitten Courageous
A series of movie stills from Westerns showing cowboys and women embracing with text overlaid on the images. 52 pages in English.
20 5
Japanese Minizines, Fichas
Four minizines with chaotic images and text. Published by Fichas. 8 pages in Japanese.
20 6
Starache #13, Amy Lou Funaro
A perzine consisting of anecdotes, poems, song lyrics, and letters by the author. It discusses feminism, school, work, and the author’s relationship to making zines, and provides a window into zine culture in the 90s. Published in Kansas City, Missouri. 24 pages in English.
1999
20 7
Bedroom Cult Zine: Cult of the Individual, Racquelle Reeves
A zine about bedroom and cam girl cultures made with text from Amy Dobson’s Feminities as Commodities overlaid on selfies and screenshots. QR codes are superimposed over the art throughout the zine. Published in Midland, Texas. 8 pages in English.
2016
20 8
Cracks in the Pavement: A Zine About Nature, Place, and Politix, SL
Personal writing and art about relationships with nature that include poems, stories about freedom and faith, pictures, art, and an informational comic about maple syrup. Published in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 24 pages in English.
2013
20 9
Trabant, Megan Gendell
A zine centered on a month of the author’s life and journal entries that focus on the experience of attending a training program for instructors at a flying trapeze school. Published in Brooklyn, New York. 61 pages in English.
2005
20 10
Spirit Duplicator 3, Miss Heather
A zine of various writings on interior decorating, working at a library, advertisements for buying property, and other miscellaneous pieces. Published in Norfolk, Massachusetts. 23 pages in English.
2000
20 11
Spirit Duplicator 4, Miss Heather
A zine of various writings, poetry, found objects and clippings on such topics as doughnuts, promotional coupons, the apprehension of a sex offender, and other miscellaneous pieces. Published in Norfolk, Massachusetts. 38 pages in English.
2002
20 12
Eatin’ Cheap with Paddy P., Paddy P.
A zine compiling recipes that the author find easy, fast, cheap, and healthy as well as vegan. Also includes a fold-out comic detailing how one can brew their own beer. Published in Allston, Massachusetts by Paddy Brennan. 18 pages in English.
2002
20 13
Strung Out on Tea and Candy, Paddy P.
A zine containing several writings on working as a test subject for medical studies, enjoyment of late-night solitude, and stories of travel. Published in Allston, Massachusetts by Paddy Brennan. 22 pages in English.
2002
20 14
Paul the Punker, Pat
A satirical comic zine about how to make zines in the early 2000s. Published in Boston, Massachusetts. 8 pages in English.
2002
20 15
FTMPD: An Alter Boy Zine
A zine articulating the author’s identities of being both transgender and diagnosed with Multiple-Personality-Disorder and how those identities have intersected and acted together. 6 pages in English.
2002
20 16
Empire Fall 1, Rosie and Rich M.
A zine produced by two self-identified anarchists writing about the misconceptions around anarchists/anarchy, how to spot undercover cops at protests, and reflections on family, menstruation, racism in public schools and internalized misogyny. Published in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 24 pages in English.
2002
20 17
Street Pixie 7, Rosie
A zine containing writing, poetry, song lyrics, and recipes compiled by the author over the course of a year. Many pertain to the author’s life as an anarchist, detailing advice for living a portable lifestyle, and reflections of the author’s life around Cambridge. Published in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 33 pages in English.
2002
20 18
Ain’t I’m Clean?, Sally Carson
A zine containing comics on the author’s dog, how to draw rabbits on the underside of a toilet-seat, and miscellaneous photos. Published in Los Angeles, California. 14 pages in English.
2002
20 19
Wives Tales,Britton
A zine highlighting misconceptions around both menstrual and sexual health, as well as providing tips and home remedies applicable to symptoms or diagnoses tied to either. Published in Norfolk, Massachusetts with contributors Jennifer Thomas, Carrie Kelso, and Nicole Franklin. Published in San Diego, CA by Wives Tales. Year unknown. 70 pages in English.
2002

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The East Village Inky 11, Ayun Halliday
A zine “in which a 36 year old Hoosier only child finds herself nominally in charge of two small native New Yorkers, one of whom has a big mouth and 3 thumbs.” Recounts anecdotes and depicts comics of experiences shared by all three in their day-to-day-lives. Published in Brooklyn, New York. 38 pages in English.
2001
21 2
The East Village Inky 36, Ayun Halliday
A zine “in which two powerless children are hauled into the wilds of Juneau, Alaska for the world premiere of a musical the New York City Board of Ed. Calendar will prevent them from attending.” Also recounts experiences while the family was in Juneau such as bowling, local Juneau slang, and comics. Published in Brooklyn, New York. 38 pages in English.
2007
21 3
The East Village Inky 16: THE FINAL ISSUE!, Barbara Kligman
This issue reflects on the zine’s history as a “…forum to be Jewish without all the constrictions of having to put on a minstrel face,” with a short timeline describing past issues, stories from the author regarding the response the zine garnered from friends, publishers and think tank groups, and a collection of miscellaneous written pieces pertaining to Jewish identity and experiences. Published in New York, New York. 23 pages in English.
21 4
Pensacola 4, candy.grrl
A zine that covers numerous anecdotes and stories from the author’s life concerning self-reflection, boys and TV shows she enjoyed at the time. Published in New York, New York. 48 pages in English.
2003
21 5
Pink Poodle 10, candy.grrl
A zine compiling a selection of short essays, how-to guides, anecdotes from concerts and recommendations for movies and music over the span of a five month period in the author’s life. Published in New York, New York. 61 pages in English.
2002
21 6
Eat Your Heart Out, Martha! : The Educational Issue, Candyce
A zine focused on one mother’s reasoning behind choosing to homeschool her child and exploring the rationale that goes into pursuit of the ‘unschooling’ mindset in regard to their child’s education as well as the reader’s. Published in Fort Smith, Arkansas originally in 2001 and later republished to this zine in 2003. 30 pages in English.
2001
21 7
Adventures in Menstruating 5, Chella Quint
A zine centered around the lampooning of advertisements for menstruation products, as well as further discussion and comics related to menstruation. Published in Sheffield, England with contributors Alison Bechdel, Kitten von Mew, Liz Kissling, Chris Bobel, Sarah Thomasin, Sparky Taylor, Michelle Tea, and Dr. Brooke Magnanti. 23 pages in English.
2009
21 8
Nof-nof Presents: So How Come it Took Us so Long to Get Acquainted?, Chloe Ophelia Hurley
A zine whose author wrote short fiction pieces accompanied with illustrations about encounters with imaginary strangers described by imaginary narrators. Published in Providence, Rhode Island. 51 pages in English.
2003
21 9
OFF-Line 31: The Besieged Man, Clair Cocco and Vincent Romano
A quarterly zine put together by a husband and wife, with writing regarding the meeting of and something of a eulogy for civil rights movement member David Dellinger, the recounting Vincent’s practice of war tax resistance and his letters and encounters with the IRS, recipes, letters from readers, and recommendations and reviews of other zines and music. Published in New York, New York. 61 pages in English.
2004
21 10
OFF-Line 33: Spring is here…Plant a Zine for All the World to See, Clair Cocco and Vincent Romano
A quarterly zine put together by a husband and wife, with writings on Vincent’s father and grandfather, Claire’s thoughts about experimenting with the teaching methods of her students, recipes, a timeline on Vincent’s experience at the 2005 Boston Zine Fair, recipes, letters from readers, and recommendations amd reviews of other zines and music. Published in New York, New York. 61 pages in English.
2005
21 11
OFF-Line 34: The Embarrassing Issue , Clair Cocco and Vincent Romano
A quarterly zine put together by a husband and wife. This quarter’s issue details Vincent constructing a timeline of his first 25 years on Earth through embarrassing stories of his youth. Published in New York, New York with contributors Shoshannah Flach, A.j. Michel, Joe Unseen, Kris Mininger, Greg Wells, and Sarah Lillegard. 64 pages in English.
2005
21 12
Looks Yellow, Tastes Red 23, Colette
A zine containing writing of the author’s own self-reflection, their identity as a queer woman, dream journal entries, musings on their enjoyment of reading personal ads, and other topics. Published in Sunderland, Massachusetts. 30 pages in English.
2002
21 13
Greenzine 14, Cristy C. Road
A zine whose writing recounts a few summers of teenage youth spent in Miami before the author moved to Philadelphia. Includes writings on the author’s emerging queerness, relationships, experience in the Miami punk community, and the author’s pursuit of activist work and ideals. Published by Microcosm Publishing in Portland, Oregon. 60 pages in English.
21 14
Day of Reck-ONING 6, David
A zine whose author muses on the five-year gap between their zine’s last issue and events that happened in between that time such as the suicide of an acquaintance, their own struggles with suicidal thoughts, and stories involving old friends. 22 pages in English.
2008
21 15
Driving Blind 3, Erin H.
A perzine that includes a letter to the author’s brother, their relationship to their disability as it relates to school, recipes and zine recommendations. Also includes a 6 page mini-zine dedicated to the things in the author’s life they appreciate. Published in Keyport, New Jersey. 27 pages in English.
2005
21 16
Ignis Fatuus, Giordano
A comic describing a dream the author had and what is assumedly the author in their day-to-day life. Published by flameape.com. 12 pages in English.
21 17
Guide to Water, Guerilla Graywater Girls
A zine looking at the unsustainability of current plumbing systems as they relate to the United States’ history regarding its treatment and business dealings of different natural water sources, and how the reader can enact solutions that re-integrate their water usage back into the water cycle. Published in Oakland, CA in 2001. 86 pages in English.
2001
21 18
Hic Jacet, Janaka
A zine made by a funeral home worker containing on-the-job anecdotes, poetry, thoughts on death, along with non-sequitur-passages, photos and drawings related to these subjects. 55 pages in English.
21 19
Applicant, Jesse Reklaw
A zine dedicated to a selection of confidential Ph.D. applicant’s files from an Ivy League School’s Biology department. Each page featuring a picture of an applicant and thoughts about the applicant written below by past professors or employers. 43 pages in English.
2002
21 20
Modern Arizona 8, Joe Unseen
A zine compiling different writings and collage work on the topics of water, an experience skydiving, a trip to Amsterdam with the author’s brother, “Support the Troops!” car magnets, zine reviews, and other things. 23 pages in English.
2005
21 21
Modern Arizona 8.5, Joe Unseen
A minizine that features the author’s writings, collage work and photographs on aging, a toy skeleton, among others. 30 pages in English.
2006
21 22
SISU 1, Johanna
A zine centering on race through topics such as the omnipotence of whiteness within folk music, a timeline describing the author’s relationship to her biracial identity, mispronouncing names, and other topics. 48 pages in English.
2003
21 23
Zen and the Art of Brownie Baking! : A Comprehensive Guide to the Brownie Revolution!, Josh
A zine on the author’s palette for and perspective on brownies filtered through their punk ethos. Includes several brownie recipes and fold-out. 32 pages in English.
2000
21 24
Do As I Say, Not As I Do : Family Lessons to Unlearn, Kelly
A zine detailing behavior of the author’s family, centered on the author’s introducing of her partner to her family during Thanksgiving and later an old friend. 22 pages in English.
21 25
The Ken Chronicles 4, Ken Bausert
A quarterly zine described by the author as being “…all about me…my life, my travels, opinion and philosophy.” This issue details attending JoniFest 2007 and a Steven Stills concert, and various road trips. 23 pages in English.
2007
21 26
The Ken Chronicles 5, Ken Bausert
A quarterly zine described by the author as being “…all about me…my life, my travels, opinion and philosophy.” This issue details the author’s experiences visiting and revisiting places his mother grew up in, purchase of a new camera, and a trip taken to Maryland. 20 pages in English.
2007
21 27
Beyond Gallery Walls and Beyond Dead White Men, Kendra and Lauren
A zine compiling several interviews conducted by the authors with the intent to have interviewees describe how they came to know anarcha-feminism and what relationships, communities and privileges have emerged into their perspective since coming into contact with it. 100 pages in English.
2003

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Brainscan #19, Alex Wrekk
Zine about mental health, both in general and specific to the author. Published in Portland, Oregon. 63 pages in English.
2002
22 2
Brainscan #21: Irreconcilable Differences, Alex Wrekk
Zine about the author's former, abusive marriage and her recovery process after leaving that marriage. Published in Portland, Oregon. 38 pages in English.
2007
22 3
Brainscan #24, Alex Wrekk
Zine about the history of the author's involvement in zines. Published in Portland, Oregon. 30 pages in English.
2009
22 4
Brainscan #25.5, Alex Wrekk
Zine made during the 24 hour zine challenge which contains stories about all the post office boxes the author has had. Published in Portland, Oregon. 32 pages in English.
2010
22 5
Brainscan #25: Pre-Existing Conditions, Alex Wrekk
Zine about the author's abusive marriage compiled from her writings while she was in the relationship. Published in Portland, Oregon. 74 pages in English.
2009
22 6
Brainscan #26: So, What's the Deal with You and Microcosm?, Alex Wrekk
Zine about the author's departure from Microcosm Publishing due to problematic and abusive behavior mainly from its founder and her ex-husband, Joe Biel. Published in Portland, Oregon. 30 pages in English.
2010
22 7
Brainscan #27: Ten Stories, Alex Wrekk
Zine about finalizing the author's divorce. Published in Portland, Oregon. 24 pages in English.
2011
22 8
Brainscan #28: It's Complicated…, Alex Wrekk
Twenty-four hour zine about the author's current life and relationship. Published in Portland, Oregon. 26 pages in English.
2011
22 9
Brainscan #29/No More Coffee #4, Alex Wrekk and Ben Spies
Double zine. Brainscan #29 tells stories from a punk house that the author lived in, while No More Coffee #4 contains a short story entitled "Photographs of the Dead". Published in Portland, Oregon. 44 pages in English.
2012
22 10
Brainscan #30, Alex Wrekk
Zine about the author's business and some adventures she has had. Published in Portland, Oregon. 40 pages in English.
2012
22 11
Brainscan #31, Alex Wrekk
Zine about the author's parents and her decision to call Portland home. Published in Portland, Oregon. 18 pages in English.
2014
22 12
Getting to Know Someone Just Means Hearing about Their Exes, Alex Wrekk
A story about the author's first best friend and crush. Published . 16 pages in English.
0
22 13
Stolen Sharpie Revolution: A DIY Resource for Zines and Zine Culture, Alex Wrekk
Resources and guides regarding zine publishing and zine culture. Published in Portland, Oregon by Lunchroom Publishing with contributors Jenna Freedman, Jerianne Thompson, Sage Adderly, Steve Larder, Sugene Mine, Sarah Maitland, Matt Holdaway. 148 pages in English.
2014
22 14
Travelscan: A Brainscan 24 Hour Zine, Alex Wrekk
Zine about the author's travels and travel advice. Published in Portland, Oregon. 22 pages in English.
0
22 15
Dang!: Daydreaming Awkward Native Girl, Amber McCrary
Personal zine about the author's experiences with her Native American identity and its impact on some of her relationships. Published with contributors Jeff Slim. 14 pages in English.
2017
22 16
The On-Call Waltz, Anna Ferri and Meghan Whyte
Zine about precarious/on-call/auxiliary work in libraries. Published in Vancouver, British Columbia. 20 pages in English.
2015
22 17
Mountain Pixie #2: Ghosts in the Town, Anna Sun
Personal zine about a camping trip and moments in one of the author's close friendships. Published in Utah. 35 pages in English.
2017
22 18
Turpentine Chaser: A Dashboard Confessional Fan-Zine, Anna Sun
Fanzine about the band Dashboard Confessional and its lead singer, Chris Carrabba. 18 pages in English.
2017
22 19
The Ambivalent Morgue, Austin Wright, Matthew Macias, Nelson Hansen, Kyle Ahlstrom
From the zine: "The Ambivalent Morgue is a collection of different works by different artists who were encouraged to…uncover pieces they had created that at the time either didn't match their standard for publication or was never explicitly intended for public display." 25 pages in English.
0
22 20
Behind the Zines #2, Billy McCall
Contains correspondence, zine reviews, and an interview with John Marr, publisher of the zine Murder Can Be Fun. Published in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 3 pages in English.
2016
22 21
The Difference Between #1, Billy McCall
Explains the difference between similar pairs of words, phrases, and concepts that have previously confused the author. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Illustrated by Missy Kulik. 23 pages in English.
0
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The Difference Between #2, Billy McCall
Explains the difference between similar pairs of words, phrases, and concepts that have previously confused the author. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Illustrated by Missy Kulik. 22 pages in English.
0
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The Difference Between #3, Billy McCall and Liz Mason
Explains the difference between similar pairs of words, phrases, and concepts that have previously confused the author. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Illustrated by Leslie Perrine. 38 pages in English.
0
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The Difference Between #4, Billy McCall
Explains the difference between similar pairs of words, phrases, and concepts that have previously confused the author. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Illustrated by Ramsey Beyer. 22 pages in English.
0
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The Difference Between #5, Billy McCall
Explains the difference between similar pairs of words, phrases, and concepts that have previously confused the author. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Illustrated by Jaime Tillotson. 22 pages in English.
0
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The Difference Between #6, Billy McCall
Explains the difference between similar pairs of words, phrases, and concepts that have previously confused the author. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah by Pioneers Press with contributors Illustrated by Billy McKay. 12 pages in English.
2017
22 27
Last Night at the Casino #12, Billy McCall
Stories from the author's experiences gambling and working at casinos. 30 pages in English.
2017
22 28
Last Night at the Casino #9, Billy McCall
Stories from the author's job at a casino. 54 pages in English.
2014
22 29
Proof I Exist #17: Snippets of Chicago, Billy McCall
Eleven personal stories about Chicago. Published in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 39 pages in English.
2014
22 30
Proof I Exist #21: A Long History of Foolish Sunburns, Billy McCall
Zine about the author's trip to Hawaii. Published in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 34 pages in English.
2015
22 31
Proof I Exist #22: 31 Days of International Zine Month, Billy McCall
Daily zine about the author's activities during International Zine Month. Published in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 26 pages in English.
2015
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Proof I Exist #26: East Coast Tour, Billy McCall
Stories from the author's tour with the punk band Rudest Priest 90 pages in English.
2016
22 33
The Life and Times of Billy Roberts #79, Billy McCall
Tri-fold newsletter about the author's life. Published in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 2 pages in English.
2017
22 34
Home: A 24 Hour Comic, Brantz M. Woolsey
Comic about the author's hometown. 26 pages in English.
2015
22 35
If Winter Ends, Brantz M. Woolsey
Comics done for Hourly Comics Day 2016. Publishedby Scene and Herd Comics . 13 pages in English.
2016
22 36
Wind in Our Sail, Brantz M. Woolsey
Comic about an elderly man's death and reunion with a loved one. 12 pages in English.
2017
23 1
Fem Static #3, Charissa Lucille
Submissions trying to define ideas of a fourth-wave feminism. Published in Phoenix, Arizona with contributors Dom White, Sandra "Avey" Nelson, Yolie C., Damon Begay, Mary Ciesynski, Joy Young, Johnna M. Gale, Elisa Mask, Danni Parent, Annalisa Harris, Greg Moliterno, Rosemarie Dombroski, Adriana Di Nolfi, Ida Rose Florez. 30 pages in English.
2015
23 2
Fem Static #4, Charissa Lucille
Submissions trying to define ideas of a fourth-wave feminism. Published in Phoenix, Arizona with contributors Shona Crawford, Pamela Stewart, anikki, DG Burns, Lena Sarsour, Nyxia Grey, Shela Yu, Damon Begay, Naville Obeso, Claire Doyle, Samedi Johnson, Sofie, Melissa Dunmore, Stacey Barrineau, Ryat Gheri, Mary Ciesynski, Joy Young, Elisa Mask, Brandy Lambert, Katherine Laurent, Yolie Contreras, Layla So, Adriana Di Nolfi, Ida Rose Florez. 46 pages in English.
2015
23 3
Fem Static #5, Charissa Lucille
Submissions trying to define ideas of a fourth-wave feminism. Published in Phoenix, Arizona with contributors Haley Orion Khoshaba, Elizabeth Dallas, Rosemarie Dombrowski, Sara Howard, Shela Yu, Helen Sylvia, Jimmie Ware, Sandra "Avey" Nelson, Carolyn Barron, Anikki, Jackie Fawn, Catherine Slye, Saryta Rodriguez, DG, Jeannie LaChance, Ryan Mellor, Adriana Di Nolfi, Johnna M. Gale, Natalie D-Napoleon, Yolie C, Ida Rose Florez. 0 in English.
2015
23 4
Home & Away, Claire Cushing and Nathan Pearce
Photographs on the theme of "Home and Away" Published by Same Coin Press with contributors Karen Ward, Rana Young, Zora Murff, Kamil Sierzynski, Sean Johnson, Will Arnold, Rachel Jump, Brian Nolte, Zora Murff, Chelsea Crossett, James Whiting, Matthew Bender, Amy Parrish, Jamie Ho, Michael Dietrich, Rossella Castello, Matt Oberski, Kamil Sierzynski, Jameson Kergosou, Amanda Breitbach, Tim Carpenter, Devin Lunsford, Karen Ward, Rana Young, Sarah Hamburger, Alice Chloe, Rana Young. 33 pages in English.
0
23 5
9/11 Never Let Me Forget, Donna Ramone
A zine about the author's experience being a Muslim woman in America after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Published in Los Angeles, California by Razorcake Press with contributors Steve Thueson, Todd Taylor, Matthew Hart. 18 pages in English.
2017
23 6
One Punk's Guide to Silent Films, Donna Ramone
Contains discussion of the history of silent films and the film genre as well as silent film recommendations. Published in Los Angeles, California by Razorcake Press . 14 pages in English.
2014
23 7
Survivor Zine, Feminism Static and Hush Baby Collective
Art and personal stories meant to call attention to rape and sexual assault. Published in Phoenix, Arizona with contributors Moonbeam, VKB, Neva Davis, Paris Tejas, Adriana Di Nolfi, Ryan Mellor, Amber Amour, Lex Lake, Johnna M. Gale, Justin Munoz, Melissa Dunmore, F. Alexandra, Desiree Rinehart, Haley Orion Khoshaba, Yolie C., Charissa Lucille, Shela Yu, Jennifer Vega, Josselin Salazar, Audi G. Cerise, Alyssa Seibert, Vern, Shawnte Orion, Brenda Waterman. 62 pages in English.
0
23 8
Do's of Writing/Don’ts of Writing, Jayna Ostler and Ashton Widdison
A zine with writing advice. 12 pages in English.
0
23 9
Food Vol. 1: Vegetarian, Jayna, Megan
Zine about being a vegetarian. Published in Utah. 28 pages in English.
0
23 10
How to Write a Novel in a Month, Jayna Ostler
Gives advice about the process of writing a novel in a month. 22 pages in English.
0
23 11
Stardust, Jayna Ostler
A story about a date. 14 pages in English.
0
23 12
Home Movies, Joseph Dick
Poetry, family photos, and stills from home movies of the author's childhood, centred on the topic of the author's gay identity. Publishedby Lapis Publishing . 36 pages in English.
2016
23 13
Queer Fear #1, Joseph Dick
From the website: "Queer fear is a quarterly zine and blog focused on the elevation and visibility of queer stories. It is the goal of the magazine to leverage storytelling in it's various forms to make an emotional connection to real LGBTQA+ issues in a way that is approachable and relatable to those with no point of reference. " Published in Phoenix, Arizona by Lapis Publishing with contributors Travis Richardso, Sara Green, Deven Wilson, Amanda, Reiven Krausse. 37 pages in English.
2016
23 14
Queer Fear #2, Joseph Dick
From the website: "Queer fear is a quarterly zine and blog focused on the elevation and visibility of queer stories. It is the goal of the magazine to leverage storytelling in it's various forms to make an emotional connection to real LGBTQA+ issues in a way that is approachable and relatable to those with no point of reference. " Published in Phoenix, Arizona by Lapis Publishing with contributors Ellis Locke, Blyth Marks, Richard Douglas, Kimberly Koerth, Sierra Schepmann. 33 pages in English.
2017
23 15
Untitled Zine, Ki Carter
Zine about the author's spirituality, gender, and feminism. 18 pages in English.
0
23 16
Make Your Own Fun: A Zine About Making Zines, Kristyna Baczynski
Zine with advice and how-to guides for making a zine. 16 pages in English.
0
23 17
Pimps Down Ho's Up, Laura LeMoon
Personal zine about the author's experiences as a sex worker and practitioner of Santeria. 13 pages in English.
0
23 18
Two-Fisted Librarians #1, Matthew Murray
Pulp fiction anthology zine with humorous stories and comics relating to libraries and librarians. Published with contributors Adena Brons, Anna Ferri, Irina Jevlakova, Matthew Murray. 25 pages in English.
2013
23 19
Two-Fisted Librarians #2, Matthew Murray
Pulp fiction anthology zine with humorous stories and comics relating to libraries and librarians. Published with contributors Adena Brons, Irina Jevlakova, Ean Henninger, Matthew Murray. 32 pages in English.
2014
23 20
Two-Fisted Librarians #3, Matthew Murray
Pulp fiction anthology zine with humorous stories and comics relating to libraries and librarians. Published with contributors Colleen Frakes, Robert Perret, Adena Brons, Annie Gaines, Matthew Murray. 20 pages in English.
2015
23 21
Two-Fisted Librarians #4, Matthew Murray
Pulp fiction anthology zine with humorous stories and comics relating to libraries and librarians. Published with contributors Adena Brons, Annie Gaines, Ean Henninger, Jennifer Met, Matthew Murray, Robert Perret, Allison Sullivan. 36 pages in English.
2016
23 22
Two-Fisted Librarians #5, Matthew Murray
Pulp fiction anthology zine with humorous stories and comics relating to libraries and librarians. Published with contributors Annie Gaines, Colleen Frakes, Ian Richardson, Matthew Murray. 32 pages in English.
2016
23 23
Two-Fisted Librarians #6, Matthew Murray
Pulp fiction anthology zine with humorous stories and comics relating to libraries and librarians. Published with contributors Colleen Frakes, Defin Lagasse, Dana Putnam, Matthew Murray, Taylor Kenkel. 32 pages in English.
2016
23 24
Empower Yoself before You Wreck Yoself #2, Melanie Fey, Amber McCrary
Submissions of poetry, comics, art, and personal narratives from Native American women. Published in Arizona, Oregon with contributors Jeff Slim, Tatum Bowie, Bree Manson, Erica S. Qualy, Eryn Wise, Kogee Clark, Jessica Francin Gonzales, Delray McCrary. 42 pages in English.
2016
23 25
The Nizhoni Beat #1, Melanie Fey, Amber McCrary
Submissions of poetry, comics, art, and personal narratives from Native American women. Published with contributors Bradly Werley, Kesheena, Tamara Seaton, A. Saylor. 44 pages in English.
2015
23 26
I Took a Train Trip with My Grandma, Nathan Pearce
Photographs from the author's train trip with his grandma. Publishedby Same Coin Press . 14 pages in English.
0
23 27
One Burn Barrel, Nathan Pearce
A picture of one burn barrel. Publishedby Same Coin Press . 1 page in English.
0
23 28
Unveiling Intersectionality: With a demonstration on Black Feminism and speech from women of color, Olivia He
Zine discussing intersectional theory and feminism featuring poems and essays by women of color feminists. 19 pages in English.
0
23 29
Daley's Clothing: The Informative Guide by Meow Meow the Shop Cat, Rachel Urban
A zine written about Daley's clothing store from the perspective of the owners' cat. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah. 6 pages in English.
0
24 1
Monsters, Ricky Vigil
Drawings of various monsters. 24 pages in English.
0
24 2
Six Sad, Too, Ricky Vigil
Drawings of sad monsters. 6 pages in English.
2016
24 3
Super Cool and Stuff #4, Ricky Vigil
Comics from the author's daily life. 24 pages in English.
2017
24 4
Pillars of Salt #1, Sara Faulkner
Submissions from women and minorities in Utah of art, poetry, and personal accounts of their experiences. Contains an interview with Utah activist Hande Togrul. Published in Provo, Utah with contributors Mathew A. Jonassaint, Tess Bybee, Rachel M. Loose, Marie Brian, Ali Montgomery, Natasha Deininger, Alyssa Pyper, Eliza Campbell. 28 pages in English.
2016
24 5
Pillars of Salt #2, Sara Faulkner
Submissions from women and minorities in Utah of art, poetry, and personal accounts of their experiences. Contains interviews with Utah musician Paula Bravo, Mormon feminist activist Kate Kelly, and artist Olivia Henrie. Published in Provo, Utah with contributors Nathalie Lebaron, Claire Cushing, Jess Perry, Amanda Hardy, Rachel Riggs, Chloe Monson, Josie Dred Cordova, Amanda Holliman, Jessi Dally, Tommy, Brad, Amy, Hannah Montgomery, Melissa Saykham, Indy Dally, Alana Boscan, Ali Montgomery. 30 pages in English.
2016
24 6
Pillars of Salt #3, Sara Faulkner
Contains art, poetry, and essay submissions predominantly by people who knew Melea Oman, Faulkner's cousin who committed suicide in 2005. Published in Provo, Utah with contributors Nikki Kilpatrick, Rebecca Williams, Nathalie Mae, Linnea Overacker, Ashley Sims, Huno, Clark Radford, Ellie Oman, Kylie Shiba, Tess. 28 pages in English.
2017
24 7
A Rough Guide to Bicycle Maintenance, Shelley
An introductory guide to bicycle maintenance, repairs, and shops compiled for the workshop "How to Love Your Bike Right" at the 2003 Portland Zine Symposium. Published in New Orleans, Louisiana. 10 pages in English.
2003
24 8
The Other Side #1, Teagan Sedgwick
Comics. 10 pages in English.
0
24 9
Failed Self Portrait
Self portraits with unique development process, or self portraits that did not develop. 13 pages in English.
0
24 10
Gar! #2
Post-apocalyptic comic. 6 pages in English.
0
24 11
Moth Closet
Zine about the Moth Closet queer dance party and fundraiser. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah with contributors Sky Bradley, Stephanie Leaks, Madisyn Delporto. 6 pages in English.
2017
24 12
Salt Lake City Public Library Zine Collection
Zine describing the Salt Lake City Public Library's zine collection. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah. 6 pages in English. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah. 6 pages in English.
0
24 13
Guerrilla Artfare Ephemera
This zine accepts submissions from artists in order to provide a platform to display their work and to share their perspectives of the world they occupy. This folder contains volume 1 and 2. Includes sticky notes from Guerrilla Artfare magazine. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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25 1
Biff Boff Bam Sock #7: Stuff We Have from Cancer, Anna Jo Beck
A catalog of various material objects the author and her husband bought or received because he was undergoing treatment for cancer. 34 pages in English.
0
25 2
Somos Los Simpsons, Breena Nuñez
Drawings done in the style of The Simpsons. 6 pages in English.
0
25 3
Powered by Cookes: A Bicycle Diary and Zine, Dawn Vinson
Zine about the author's bike transportation. Published in Memphis, Tennessee. 20 pages in English.
2017
25 4
Junk Drawer Zine #8, Eric Bartholomew
Catalog of products found at estate sales that were likely taken from junk drawers. The products promise novel results but usually fall short. Published in Chicago, Illinois. 45 pages in English.
2016
25 5
Spicy Library Stories #7, Matthew Murray
Pulp fiction anthology zine with humorous stories and comics relating to libraries and librarians. Continues the Two Fisted Librarians zine series under a different title. Published in Las Vegas, Nevada with contributors Jennifer Met, Elizabeth Brary, Robert Perret. 20 pages in English.
2017
25 6
Kosher Pokemon: A Short Guide to Applying the Laws of Kashrut to Generation I Pokemon, MK Zvokel
Zine which applies the Jewish food laws of kashrut to Pokemon in order to determine whether or not they are kosher. 14 pages in English.
0
25 7
Fuck Small Talk #6
Zine about the author's OKCupid account and messages she received there and never responded to. Published in Chicago, Illinois. 6 pages in English.
2017
25 8
Wig Wag #3
Zine with comics and vignettes from the author's life. 12 pages in English.
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Box Folder
26 1
The Actual Feeling: Discussion Questions to Name Emotions and Ask for the Support You Need, Jennifer Williams
Zine provides a list of questions to assist individuals to slow down, listen, and trust their bodies in order to get the support they need. Published in Oakland, California.
2017
26 2
All I Want is Everything, Caitlin Constantine
Issue 2, subtitled "Travels With Myself and Another," is the traveling issue, where she writes about going to New York, Key West, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, and Moab. Issue 3 contains writings about the death of Caitlin's grandmother and the birth of her niece, while emotionally grappling with identifying as an adult. Issue 4 discusses her career as a journalist. Issue 5 contains writings about being feminine and a feminist. Caitlin is a married feminist in her early thirties, who shares reading recommendations in each issue. This folder contains issues 2, 3, 4, and 5, and is in English.
26 3
Alter Boy: Zines & Comics About Being Transgendered and Multiple, Rogan of LB Lee
This folder contains three copies and is in English.
26 4
All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues, or: Shit My Mother Did to Secure My Life of Neuroses & Shame, words by Julia Eff and illustrations by Heather Kelly
26 5
Anecdata # 1, Olivia M. June
Perzine written to share the author's experiences and thoughts after a major depressive episode in a residential mental health treatment program.
2015
26 6
Anxiety Comics, Stacey Bru
A diary comic about living with anxiety and depression, this zine will make you laugh, cry, and find similarities to yourself on every page. This folder contains volume 1, 2, 3, and 4. Published in Cochrane, Alberta.
2014-2017
26 7
Anxious and Awesome, Janelle Silver
This folder contains ephemeral material such as stickers, a postcard, and note.
26 8
Anxious Days, Becky Garratt
Illustrated perzine regarding anxiety.
26 9
Basic Paper Airplane, Joshua James Amberson
Zine includes photographs and writings about America and being an American. This folder contains issue 5.
2011
26 10
Belfish: How to Take a Butt Selfie in 6 Easy Steps, Émeline Ancel-Pirouelle
1 folded sheet and in English.
2016
26 11
Better Feminism Workbook: Discussion Questions on Gender Dynamics, Internalized Sexism, and Emotional Labor Within Relationships, Jennifer Williams
The author presents a series of questions to help people of all genders dig deeper into their intentions, assumptions, and relationship patterns. A simple, one-of-a-kind workbook zine that can be used for both solo writing exercises and as prompts for discussion groups.
2016
26 12
Black Lodge Press ephemera
Includes a sticker and a promotional postcard.
26 13
Bloody Hell: A Zine About Menstration, compiled by Soofiya
Bloody Hell is a collaborative non-profit zine about people's experiences with menstruation (#periodzine). This zine project has an intersectional feminist ethos and includes artwork submissions, written pieces, drawings and more from a variety of people who menstruate. It aims shift the discourse around a subject often considered taboo.
2015
26 14
A Blues for Black Santa, Ajuan Mance
Zine includes drawings and text and discusses Santa's sadness that everyone thinks he is white when he is actually black. Published in Oakland, California.
2013
26 15
Can You Make that Out to Cincignat Please?, Kevin Marion
Comic zine. This folder contains number 14.
2016
26 16
Cats Not Kids, Purpledonna
Born in Aberdeen, Purpledonna, after living in Cambridge and Edinburgh, eventually married a young hot Australian lad and moved to Melbourne. She writes personal stories about emigrating, periods, infertility, premature ovarian failure, medication, the heath system, osteoporosis, veganism, family planning clinics, and having amazing cats. This folder contains number 1 and 2. Published in Melbourne, Australia.
2015
26 17
Chronic: a Zine About Chronic Illness, artworks and documents by Mariah Calman
This folder includes a gift zine created by Mariah Calman titled, "Australian Botanics."Published in Sydney, Australia.
2017
26 18
Claiming Bisexuality: An Exploration of Sexual Identity & Orientation for Those Who Think They Don't Count, Lady Gardens
"Claiming Bisexuality explores many facets of sexual identity & orientation and the way these manifest among people who are attracted to more than one gender, including consequences of the patriarchy, gender roles, and homophobia. This zine attempts to dispel myths about bisexuality with the goal that we may all live freer because of it." -- Back cover. Published in Troy, New York and in English.
circa 2017
26 19
The Common Cold: a Zine about Mental Illness Presentation and Priorities, Kristy
A zine about the author's experience with obsessive compulsive behavior disorder.
2017
26 20
The Craft: a Love Letter: Witchcraft, Women, and Teenage Longing, Julia Glassman
"This zine explores the popularity of the movie The Craft among teenage girls in the 90s while threading a personal narrative of feminism, growth, and a re-exploration Goddess worship and witchcraft after over a decade"--Portland Button Works product page. Published in Los Angeles, California.
2013
26 21
Crap Hound 5: Hands, Hearts & Eyes, Sean Tejaratchi
Zine consisting of clip-art. Published in Portland, Oregon. 99 pages in English.
2017
26 22
Crap Hound 7: Church & State, Sean Tejaratchi
Zine consisting of clip art. Published in Portland, Oregon and in English.
2017
26 23
Crap Hound 8: Supersition, Sean Tejaratchi
Zine consisting of clip art. Published in Portland, Oregon and in English.
2017
26 24
Crap Hound 9: Sex and Kitchen Gadgets, Sean Tejaratchi
Zine consisting of clip art. Published in Portland, Oregon and in English.
2017
26 25
Dear Mom, I'm Not Gay. I Ain't Straight, Either Though, Carrie
This zine was written to help friends and family understanding queer. In English.
26 26
Dear Shane: a Mental Health Resource About Staying Alive, Craig Kelly
"In what began as a letter to the eponymous friend, Dear Shane: A Mental Health Resource about Staying Alive offers an absorbing account of the author's suicide attempts and subsequent hospitalization, providing pragmatic hope and a much-needed resource for mental health from the margins. Author Craig Kelly navigates depression and the psychiatric system as he writes about a litany of medications, gender identity, inpatient treatment, and temporary friendships made in the hospital. Dear Shane dispenses a vision of radical mental health to edify readers so that they may better support themselves and others." -- publisher's site Published in Lansing, Kansas.
2013
26 27
Do-it-yourself Menstrual Zine!: or, How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Blood (A Gender Inclusive Zine About Healthy Bodies), Aren
"This little zine is a feel-good, body positive, gender-free introduction to menstruation! It includes information about menstrual products (including tampons, pads, sea sponges, menstrual cups, soft cups, and free bleeding), self care, and PMS. It also has a menstruation connect-the-dots and a word search!"-- Etsy product page. Published in Boston, Masachusetts, 6 unnumbered pages and in English.
26 28
Donut Touch Me, Soofiya.com
A zine about feeling uncomfortable with phusical contact. In English.
27 1
Doris: an Anthology of Doris Zines from 1991-2001, Cindy Crabb
Published in Bloomington, Indiana.
2009
27 2
Eat This Sandwich!: A Pocket Zine for People with Eating Disorders & Restriction Urges, L. B. Lee
Made to be folded up and put in your wallet, this is a little pocket zine intended to fight restriction urges--the psychological compulsion not to eat. Obviously, this is not a replacement for a thorough treatment plan, just a quick and dirty resource for when you're having trouble getting food into your face. Methods true and tested! 7 unnumbered pages and in English. This folder contains 3 copies.
2014
27 3
Empty Gender, Full Bladder, Kayla Rosen
"A zine about the difficulties of using all-gender bathrooms on a campus that has far too few, in a cissexist world where people don't really see what the point is anyway. This zine uses documentary photography, prose, poetry, paper cutouts, collage, humor, and wordplay to weave together a narrative about my daily struggles"--Author's web site.
27 4
Evil Cats and Dogs Take Over the World
27 5
Fat, Lydia Hewson
This zine was created to celebrate all women of ethnicity, race, sexuality, age, culture and diversity that are fat. 14 unnumbered pages in English.
circa 2016
27 6
Fat Ass: Food and Fat Bodies, Fatasszine
FAT ASS is an all new intersectional queer/feminist zine that centers on the experiences of queer fat folks and celebrates the artistry, activism, and work of fat activists. This folder contains issue 1.
2015
27 7
Fatty Galaxy: a Comic About Fatphobia, Rose Ghostly
This zine was created to love and appreciate one's body. This folder includes ephemeral materials.
2016
27 8
Femme Filth #1, Karina Killjoy
A zine about radical vulnerability, femme survival, recovery & mental health.
2016
27 9
Free to Choose: A Women's Guide to Reproductive Freedom Eberhardt Press
"This is not just another pro-choice zine. It is an introduction to the history of underground abortion and a call to learn our history and to take matters in our own hands. It includes some information on menstrual extraction and a list of resources to learn more. Reproductive choice is not a "right" to be granted or withdrawn. 'To know our history is to see how to take up struggle again.' " -- Publisher's website. Published in Portland, Oregon, 23 pages and in English.
2016
27 10
Fucked: on Being Sexually Dysfunctional in Sex-Positive Queer Scenes and 2 Fucked 2 Furious Still Sexually Dysfunctional in Sex-Positive Queer Scenes MisandryMusings
Published in London and in English.
2014-2015
27 11
Full Stop, Adela Rahmati and Tamrika Khvtisiashvili
A collection of anonymous essays, poems, photos, and other artwork created by female students at Alfaisal University in Riyadh, Saudia Arabia. The content reflects the varied experiences and perspectives of the students as young women living in the Middle East. Published in Riyadh, Saudia Arabia. 48 pages in English and Arabic. This folder contains two copies.
2017
27 12
Gender Studies, Ajuan Mance
Ajuan Mance is a professor of English at Mills College with an interest in African American literature, 19th-century American literature, US popular culture, the oral tradition in US literature, Black feminist thought, and African American art. This humorous zine is an autobiographical story of life as a Black, genderqueer nerd. This folder contains two comics. Published in Oakland, North California and all comics are in English.
2014-2015
27 13
Good to Know: a Zine of Useful Things, Isabella Rotman
"Good To Know is a tiny zine of useful information. Topics include how to build a campfire, some ways to purify water, plants to avoid, a very good plant to know, how to find the north star, how to open a bottle without a corkscrew, how to improvise a dental dam, some very useful knots, how o break into stuff, how to jump a car, and how to change a tire. This zine is cute and pocket sized, so you can easily carry it with you to be prepared for most minor emergencies"-- Author's website.
2015
27 14
Grid Zine Fest Presents: the Most Wonderful Time of the Year, Grid Zine Fest Organizers
Group zine about the best and worst parts of fall and winter. This folder contains two copies.
circa 2017
27 15
Growing Things: a Guide for Beginning Gardeners, Joshua James Amberson, Sarah Keliher, Jeff Shannon, Rylie Thayer, Sarah Tavis, and Hannah Horovitz
A guide to Pacific Northwest vegetable gardening, with tips for raised bed, row bed and container gardens, compost, plant nutrients, seed saving, weeds, bugs and more.
2012
27 16
The Hand that Rocks the Cradle: a Zine about Nannying--Made by Nannies, compiled by Amanda Mello and Ramsey Beyer
2013
27 17
High Functioning: a Study in Self Castration
Personal observations related to experience being socialized female on the autism spectrum and self abuse as a result of trauma, miscommunication and social. This folder contains issue 1.
27 18
How to Be a Real Anarchist in 6 Easy Steps, Soofiya.com
Second edition in English.
2017
27 19
How-to Make a Zine, Sara Jensen
Designed for the Book Arts Treasure Chest Program.
2017
27 20
How to Make Radio, Julie Sabatier
The ins and outs of D.I.Y. radio program and podcast recording, including podcasting nuts & bolts, software, recording on iPhone or iPad, your radio voice, adding music, and the podcasting business model. Published in Portland, Oregon. This folder contains issue 2.
2013
27 21
The Hysterical Girls Guide to Self Harm Scars & Stigma, Polly Richards and Jodie Matthews
"Self harm is often seen as a physical manifestation of mental illness, it's a permanent effect, even if you're recovering. We're sick of the stigma around our scars, so we bundled all our grievances, confessions and raw emotions into a zine and tied it all together with some pretty drawings. The Hysterical Girls are here to encourage open conversation and embrace ugly truths"-- Author's Etsy site.
27 22
Iambic Marrow, Marin Boyle
Marin is a multidisciplinary artist, with their main focus being on poetry and fibre arts. They are nonbinary, queer, and disabled. Zine covers a variety of topics including whorephobia, police, abuse, social assistance, body image, love and pet death. No. 1 and in English.
2017
27 23
I Am, I Am, I Am: a Zine About Coping with Depression, Polly Richards
The author relates her experiences with depression. Published in the United Kingdom.
2015
27 24
The Immigrant Rights Movement and the Struggle for Full Equality, Freedom Road Socialist Organization
27 25
(It's) My Pleasure, Pleasure Pie
"This is a collaborative zine about masturbation! It consists of short, personal writings that describe the specifics of how different people masturbate (from a first-person perspective), and what their relationships to masturbation are like. Submissions include people from a variety of gender identities, sexual orientations, races, and ages." -- from publisher's Etsy site. Published in Boston, Massachusetts, 26 pages and in English.
27 26
La Bola de Cristal, Ari Perezdiez
An illustrated perzine with varied content ranging from discussion of collective houses to gender, punk reviews, personal realizations, a zine reading and more. Number 2, published in Oakland, California, and in English.
2014
27 27
Lady Boy, Charlie Best
A scanned reporduction of a personal notebook containing poems, artwork, lists and more. Published in Buffalo, New York.
circa 2013
28 1
Leaders in Black History, Book Arts Program at the J. Willard Marriott Library
2017
28 2
The Little Book of Big Black Bears: Plus, the Black Teddy Bears' Picnic, Ajuan Mance
The Little Book of Big Black bears is a zine illustrated by Ajuan Mance. The first half is a tribute to Black gay bears. The second half is a rewrite of Jimmy Kennedy's "Teddy Bear's Picnic." This 28-page zine includes drawings and text. Published in Oakland, California.
2016
28 3
The Little Things: an Art/Perzine on Mental Health and Self Care, Lillian Cuda
Zine provides a list of activities that can be done when someone is not having a good day.
2016
28 4
Long Division, Joyana McDiarmid
This zine is a comic about when the character Elena was confronted with an identity crisis and an incomplete diagnosis and how she has to find who she is in the wreckage of life. This folder contains part 1, 2, 3 and 4. Published in Morrisville, North Carolina and all issues are in English.
2015
28 5
Love Me, Love My Belly: a Body Image Zine
Zine dedicated to the acceptance of self and imperfection as beauty. It's about the space between us, our differences, our scars, our wobbly bits, and our power as it relates to the bodies we live in. Published in Cincinnati, Ohio, issue 1 and 2.
2014-2015
28 6
Moments of Struggle: an Illustrated Introduction to Some Anarchist History, Morgenmuffel production
This quarter sized zine is a comic strip written and illustrated by Isy Morgenmuffel, a 30something Korean-German living in England. She traces anarchism and uprisings throughout history, starting with the pre-historic agrarian societies and ending with May 1968 strikes and student revolts in France. Other international revolutions in Mexico, Russia, Spain, the Eastern Bloc, and other areas are also covered. Published in Brighton, England, 12 unnumbered pages, and is in English.
2009
28 7
Monster, Hexgf
This zine includes doodles, haikus, comics, and pieces about varied subjects including math, mental health, drugs, piercings, sex/relationships, polyamory, coming out, gender diversity in STEM and feminism. This folder contains volume 3.
28 8
Morgenmuffel, Isy
This zine by Isy, a Korean-German anarchist living in England, is a compilation of comics and autobiographical writing. Number 16, published in Brighton, England, and in English.
2007
28 9
MPD for You and Me: Multiple Personality Comic Book, LB Lee
This folder contains five copies and is in English.
28 10
Muchacha #9: Body Positivity, Daisy Salinas
Daisy, a Mexican-American feminist based in Tennessee, writes about body positivity, diversity and racism. Published in Nashville, Tennessee, 8 unnumbered pages and in English.
2014
28 11
Murder Can Be Fun, John Marr
Published irregularly, the zine reveals unpleasant, unhealthy and violent side of life. Each issue is filled with bizarre deaths, true crime, and disasters. This folder contains number 12, 17, 18, 19 and 20. Published in San Francisco, California, and all issues are in English.
1990; 1996-1997; 2004; 2007
28 12
My Complicated Relationship with Food: Reviews of Some of the Things We Put in Our Mouths, Zach
Zach shares reviews of different categories of food, explaining why he thinks many common foods are weird or gross. This folder contains volumes 1, 2, and 3, and is in English.
28 13
Neither Doll Houses Nor Tree Houses: on Living Outside of the Gender Binary, Sari
This zine is divided up into three distinct parts in which the author explores their own lifelong relationship with gender. Topics include balancing masculinity and femininity as a teenager, accessibility of queer jargon and language, and coming out as gender variant/trans.
2012
28 14
No Better Than Apples, Kate Larson
In issue 9, Kate writes about the numbness and pain that was eventually diagnosed as multiple sclerosis. Uninsured, she also addresses how her community assisted her during her multiple doctor visits, MRI scans, and her fear, anger and sadness about the possibility of becoming paralyzed. This folder contains issue 9 and 10. Published in New Paltz, New York.
2014
28 15
No Gods. No Dungeon Masters, words by Ion O'Clast, art by Rachel Dukes, cover by Andy Warner
Agender zinester Ion O'Clast and comic artist Rachel Dukes collaborate to make this Dungeons and Dragons themed comic, in which the main character struggles to reconcile their identities within queer anarchism and the "realm of nerd bullshit." The comic is printed in black and white, and features a giant Dungeons and Dragons die crushing a police car. Published in Los Angeles, California, 8 unnumbered pages and in English.
2014
28 16
No One Gives a Fuck About Your Shitty Band!, Richard Visick
Published in Seattle, Washington. The folder includes volume 1 and 2.
2003; 2006
28 17
OCD, Hillary Gingerich
A 24-page zine about OCD by someone with OCD. Includes a general overview for people without OCD as well as lots of stories and original drawings about her own personal experience with OCD. Published in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
2014
28 18
Pajubá: the Language of Brazilian Travestis, text and illustrations by Eloisa Aquino
Pajubá - The Language of Brazilian Travestis is a zine that mixes art and linguistics! Learn about the secret language of Brazilian travestis, one that demands not only a knowledge of the African language Yoruba mixed with Portuguese, but also a command of a complex set of performative gestures to go with it.- from B & D Press. Published in Montreal, Canada.
2014
28 19
Phases of the Moon, Stacey Marie and Alexander
Issue 3 titled, "take yr bones apart & put them back together." Issue 4 titled, "What Matters Most is How Well You Walk Through the Fire." This folder contains number 3 and 4. Published in Athens, Georgia.
2007; 2010
28 20
Picking Bones, Keet Geniza
This perzine by queer Filipina Canadian illustrator Keet Geniza, is a zine with a mix of prose and comics of various topics such as Mercury retrograde, diaspora blues, flippant spellcasting, growing into self-love, visiting family in New York and the Philippines, reuniting with old friends, managing grief, homesickness and places and past selves. In English and includes two copies of Volume 0, Volume 1, postcard and a print titled, "Resist."
2015-2016
28 21
Poly / Not Poly: Adventures in Relationship Structure Ambivalence, Kristy
Zine discusses being polyamorous.
28 22
The Prince Zine, Joshua James Amberson; illustrated by Rachel Lee-Carman
This zine informs readers about the life and work of the musician, Prince. Published in Olympia, Washington, 60 pages and in English.
2016
28 23
Queer Masculinity Zine, Twin Cities Queer Masculinity
"The Twin Cities Queer Masculinity group created this zine. We are a group that welcomes people of all gender identities located in the Twin Cities in Minnesota who are interested in learning about, exploring, and experiencing queer masculinity. Queer Masculinity includes a wide range of queer identities such as butches, trans masculine and genderqueer people, non-binary people, trans and gay men, among others who are drawn to masculinity or have some varying identification with masculinity. We created this zine as a way to explore our own queer masculinity. We have a variety of submissions including comics, poetry, articles, photography, personal and biographical sketches, art works, academic writings, queer masculinity definitions, and collages. All submissions focus on what queer masculinity means to each individual artist or writer." -- from Etsy page. This folder contains issue 1. Published in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
28 24
Quitter #9, Trace Ramsey
Published in Durham, North Carolina.
2015
28 25
Quit Your Job and Eat Pizza, Amy Burek
"In May 2013, I quit my contract job at a pharmaceutical lab because I was having migraines. It was the second time I had left a job due to health reasons, so it was an emotional day. I also had a 75 minute drive home through San Franciso, over the bay bridge, then south through Oakland and its suburbs. That night I ordered my self a pizza. The pizza you eat the night you quit your job tastes pretty good." -- no. 1. page 2. This folder contains issue 2, entitled "Hello / Goodbye Basel" was released in February 2015 for the LA Zine Fest.
28 26
Read My List! Lista! Liste!: a List Zine, Chantal Lusk
2016
28 27
(re) bound (ary): a Zine About Processing and Relationships, Jade Mars
Jade Mars is a trans genderqueer femme witch who writes about witchcraft, tarot, queer and trans stuff, sex, mental health, moving house, autism, and more.
2016
28 28
Redwood Black Dog, Amber von Nagel
"This is my first ever zine! Redwood Black Dog contains two prose pieces written by me about finding self-love while living with depression and anxiety. The stories are based on personal experience and were written with the purpose of helping others feel understood and give a little bit of encouragement to those suffering from depression"-- Author's Etsy page. Published in California.
2015
28 29
Resilience, Polly Richards
"Hand bound and illustrated perzine about moving cities whilst dealing with my ongoing mental health issues, trying to find safe spaces and being more resilient than I thought I was"-- Author's Etsy site. Published in Manchester, England.
29 1
Resolute, Kayla Porter
Published in Salt Lake City, Utah. This folder contains two copies.
2018
29 2
Rock n' Roll Camp for Girls, Polly Richards
Collaborative zine created by attendees at the camp held in Salt Lake City, Utah.
2017
29 3
Roots of Hope, Korinna Irwin
Korinna tells stories about her life ranging from working with high risk teenagers in the public schools for Americorps to her experiences traveling and living in about 17 different countries. She writes about what it means to be a woman traveling and living alone in foreign countries, feminism, depression, privilege, racism, colonialism, tarot, yoga, learning Spanish, connecting with others and many other diverse topics. This folder contains volume 5.
29 4
Scorpio Moon, Jade Io Mars
Jade Mars is a trans genderqueer femme witch who writes about witchcraft, tarot, queer and trans stuff, sex, mental health, moving house, autism, and more. This folder contains number 1, 2, 3 and 4 (two copies of 4).
2015-2017
29 5
Shit's Fucked: a Positivity Guide, Gina Sarti
This zine is a self-help guide for punks, nerds, and malcontents. A list of exercises are presented to help readers embrace a positive mental attitude. Published in Oakland, California, 16 unumbered pages, and in English.
2013
29 6
Short Poems on Working in a College Library, Monica R. Howell
Donated by Melanie Hawkes.
Published in Minneapolis, Minnesotta, second edition.
2016
29 7
SRVIV, compiled by Jonas
Some of the world's best zine writers answer the question "Why I get out of bed every morning." The results are beautiful, challenging, and inspiring. Published in Chicago, Illinois. This folder contains volume 3.
29 8
Sustainable alternatives for pads & tampons, Aren
This zine is a beginner's guide to eco-friendly and sustainable menstrual products. Published in Boston, Massachusetts, 6 unnumbered pages and in English.
29 9
Take Back Your Body
Zine about sexual education. This folder contains volume 1 titled, "The Basics & the Stuff You Didn't Dare Ask Mom."
29 10
Talking with Bigots - Life of Bria Comics, Sabrina Symington
This zine comic tells the story of a daytime talk show. In English. This folder contains 2 copies.
2017
29 11
Telescope, Tetsunori Tawaraya
Art zine.
2017
29 12
That Girl, Kelli Williams aka Kelli Callis
Kelli Williams (aka Kelli Callis), a California punk who suffers from anxiety and depression and moves back and forth between San Francisco and Los Angeles, discusses her pregnanc, birthing experience and her child with autism. This folder contains number 13 entitled, "The Incredible True Story of How Mr Baby Came to Be..." and number 14 entitled,"Skeletons Don't Have Swim Lessons".
29 13
Things I Love... A Zine About Things I Love, Soofiya.com
In English.
29 14
Transgender Step Parent, Mama Lips
This zine was created by Mama, a 27 year old trans non-binary co-parent. Published in Durham, England, 20 pages and in English.
2016
29 15
Trans Ladies Writers and Over-all Health Retreat/committal at Beth Israel Hospital, Vivien J. Ryder
This zine details a day by day account of Vivian's experiences in a mental health ward from Jan. 6-10 2015. This folder contains the following volumes: [v. 1]. Hi, just making rounds or a travelogue of despatches from Vivien J. Ryder's first! just a bit over a day at the first! -- [v. 2]. It's 4:20 somewhere but that's just when I seem to wake up or a travelogue of despatches from Vivien J. Ryder's second day -- [v. 3]. On coping and fighting or Vivien J. Ryder's third ever travelogue, or perhaps despatch -- [v. 4]. Treat her with kindness: a guide to loving care or Vivien J. Ryder's fourth travelogue, or maybe despatch -- [v. 5] Sleep aids are also awake aids if you thing about it the right way or Vivien J. Ryder's fifth (I'm doing a shit job of this cover, my apologies) travelogue, or maybe despatch. In English.
2015
29 16
The Triumph of Our Tired Eyes, Amber Dearest
Amber Dearest is a sober vegan Karaoke aficionado from Quebec. Issue one of her zine touches on Amber's loneliness, her sobriety, and her upcoming twenty-seventh birthday. In issue 3 of her zine, she writes about guys taking up too much space at punk shows, self-improvement, going on tour and her favorite sodas on the road, and how to make alfalfa sprouts. The typewritten zine is enhanced with photobooth photos, illustrations and show fliers. This folder contains number 1. Published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
2012
29 17
Unity Statement on National Oppression, National Liberation, and Socialist Revolution, Freedom Road Socialist Organization
29 18
The Unquotable Trump, R. Sikoryak
Comic book in which all of Donald Trups dialogue consists of actual quotes from the 2016 presidential campaign.
2016
29 19
Vermont Maple Sugar Mama: a Choose Your Porn Adventure, Anne Murray
"Vermont Maple Sugar Mama is a Choose-Your-Own-Adventure porno comic that stars a genderqueer hero who meets a sexy long-haired butch by chance. In true CYOA fashion, YOU decide what filthy fun happens between the two (or three?) of them. For mature readers only!"--Publisher's page Published in Portland, Oregon.
2014
29 20
"We Don't See Things as They Are, We See Them as We Are", Carrie
Collection of quotes by various authors along with illustrations.
29 21
Weird-kid Guide to Soothing Heartbreak, Den
"Love and affirmations that you can make it through this, from one brain-weird kid to another. Ideas for getting unstuck, for taking care of yourself when you don't think you can, and for making sure those who are helping you out are okay too"--Author's Etsy site.
29 22
Welcome to Your New Life with You Being Happy, Rachel Bell
Collection of poetry.
29 23
What Matters, by Adam Gnade, Julia Eff, Jonas, Rustbelt Jessie, Jim Joyce, Alex Nall & Liz Mason
"What Matters is a brand-new compilation curated by Jonas (Cheer the Eff Up) featuring work by Adam Gnade, Julia Eff, Jonas, Rust Belt Jessie, Jim Joyce, Alex Nall, and Liz Mason. So many of our favorite people dropping brilliance, drama, comics, history, laughs, etc, over the course of 35 packed pages. This zine was released the first week of January at the New Year's Zine reading party at Chicago's Geek Bar Beta, with readings by all the contributors. Great time capsule of small press America 2015!"--Pioneers Press website. Published in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
2015
29 24
Without Words & Without Kneeling, Tomas Moniz
Serialized zine novella about six characters that are all of an anarchist study group and how their lives intertwine with each other and the books they read. This folder contains two of the final six in the series. Published in Berkeley, California.
2011-2012
29 25
Womanimalistic, Caroline Paquita
Issue 1 of Womanimalistic is a punk minicomic that features color pages and screen prints, and covers subjects like breaking up, Craigslist, vajazzling, alternative healthcare and herbal medicine, beekeeping and a reprint of a story the author wrote as a child. This folder contains number 1. Published in Brooklyn, New York.
29 26
Women of Color: How to Live in the City of Roses and Avoid the Pricks
This compilation zine shares thoughts on miscellaneous issues from women of color living in Portland, Oregon. This folder contains number 6 and 7. Published in Portland, Oregon.
30 1
You Know..Girl Shit..., Paul Gonsalves and Diana Martinez
A comic strip about defying social norms for women such as shaving or not wearing makeup.
2015
30 2
You Matter Always: A Zine About Making the World Less Shitty, Nyxia Grey
"A b&w, 30-paged, quarter-sized zine highlighting ways that ordinary folks can make the world a less shitty place. Sometimes it is the simple things that make the most impact. No matter who you are, where you live, what privilege you may or may not have, you can do things that help folks move around in the world a little easier"--Author's Etsy site. Published in Salem, Massachusetts, 30 pages and in English.
2017
30 3
Your Pretty Face is Going Straight to Hell!, Miss Tukru
Tukru is a 28 year old finnish girl living in a small town in south east England and writes about her life and interests. This folder contains issue 12, 13, 15, 16, 19, and 20. Published in Chatham, England and all issues are in English.
30 4
Your Table is Ready! Tips for Having a Supercool Tabling Experience, Nyxia Grey
This zine provides tips for individuals wanting to table at a zine fest. Published in Salem, Massachusetts and in English.
2015
30 5
Zine Crush: Confessions of Like, Miss Tukru
A collection of Zinesters seeking Zinesters including: Teresa Ferreiro, Dre Grigoropol, Kelli Callis, Jonas, Amber Dearest, Alex Wrekk, Rachel Lee-Carman, Anonymous in Massachusetts, Brian Steinberg, Danielle Warhola, Sarah Rose and Anonumous in Illinois and more. This folder contains volume 2. Published in Portland, Oregon.
2012
30 6
Zine Design: Intro Tips for Comic Zines, Rayne Klar
30 7
Zines!, Book Arts Program at the J. Willard Marriott Library
A zine about zines and highlights just a sliver of the zine collection available in libraries around Salt Lake City.

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Box Folder
30 8
Zines
This folder contains the following zines created by the participants of the camp:
  • Captain Kidman: a Space Endevor
  • Experiences at the Ranch
  • Flow to Flukie Eyebrow
  • My Amazing Family
  • My Basketball Championship Story
  • Things You Don't Say to Someone with an Eating Disorder
  • The Thought of this Memorie
  • Time Changes People
  • Waiting
  • What it Was Like to Have Depression
  • Winning Roosevelt Jr. Hish School Miss Native Princess of 2017-2018
2017
30 9
Zines
This folder contains the following zines created by the participants of the camp:
  • Evil Turtles
  • Injoy the Little Things in Life
  • Life Changing
  • My Unique Sister
  • Places I Want to Visit
  • Term SS Line
  • A Tree's Year
2018

X:  University of Utah Class ProjectsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
30 10
Zines from Dr. Hokulai Aikan's Ethnic Studies 2950 Class
This folder contains the following zines created by the participants of the class:
  • Disasters in the Pacific: What's Next
  • From Routes to Roots: Scientific Origins, Story-telling, and the Haka
  • An Inside Look into Pasifika Culture
  • Intelligence Behind Navigation: a Visual of Pacific Island Migration
  • Life is a Wave
  • Mana: the Anchor of the South Pacific
  • Military Impacts of Oceania
  • Misrepresentations of Polynesian Culture
  • PI Sports Illustrated
  • Surfing: History, Culture, Technology
  • Zine about music, instruments, and traditional songs of Oceania (title not readable on the zine).
2018
30 11
Zines from Dr. Seetha Veeraghanta's E-LEAP Class
This folder contains the following zines created by the participants of the class:
  • Annie: While I Was Telling Your Story and Hollie: While I Was Telling Your Story
  • Contrasting
  • Everyone's Story Matters
  • Gage and Navi: While I Was Telling Their Story
  • Jessica Forsyth
  • Snapshots of Our Lives
  • Someone's Story
  • Two Stories Collide
  • When the Clouds Smile Back
  • While I Was Telling Your Story
  • While I Was Telling Your Story
  • While I Was Telling Your Story: Blake Siebdrath
  • Zine of Interests
  • Untitled zine
2018
31 1
Zines from Dr. Elizabeth Archuleta's Class
This folder contains the following zines created by the participants of the class:
  • Beating the Odds
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: Don't be a Drag, Just be a Queen
  • Grab her by the...
  • Media Representation
  • Modern Myths (Truths)
  • The Princess Effect
  • Wo
2017
31 2
Zines from Dr. Maile Arvin's Class Project
This folder contains two separate zines. One is titled, Musings on Oceania Femininity and the other is untitled.
2018

XI:  General ZinesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
31 3
Zines from the Students for a Democratic Society's Twelfth Annual National Convention
2017
31 4
Zines created by Sean Taylor
2018
31 5
Attention - Boys and Girls, Look What's Here: the Old Utah Puzzle Zine, Nat Quayle Nelson
Re-introducing the Salt Lake Telegram. This folder contains volume 1.
2018

XII:  Barnard Library Addendum, 2017Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
32 1
3rd Grade Feminist, 1975-1976, Chris
Zine about converting to feminism.
2011
32 2
Big Sister, Nicole
Stargazing, wardrobe woes, women in rock and, of course, a good dose of love, loss, and cheerleading. Published in San Francisco, California.
1997
32 3
Collide #2: Passing
A collaborative zine on the interactions of physical and mental illness.
2014
32 4
Driving Blind #4, Erin H
A perzine containing writings and clip-art. Published in Keyport, New Jersey.
2010
32 5
Garden Club, written by Katie Haegele and illustrated by Mardou
2011
32 6
Marathon: Summer Tour Comic Journal, artnoose
A zine about a band's touring experience. Published in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvannia.
2008
32 7
Moonroutes
Moonroot is an ongoing collective project about race, gender, and bodies. It is an evolving experiment in deep, loving community-building among self-identified womyn, trans, and/or genderqueer persons of Asian descent living in diaspora, across borders and geographies. This folder contains issue 2.
32 8
Nobody Cares: Pieces to Pathways, Geoff
A zine discussing addiction and sobriety.
2014
32 9
OCD and the GED, anonymous (writer), Mike Balderama (cover artist), Sofya Leonova, Clare Davis, M. E. Engelmann, Alex Vallejo, Sarah Rose, Shara Tipton, Curtis Ehler (writers/editors)
Zine discussing the stigma of mental illness within the work environment.
32 10
Peulah Shaveh Chaiyim, Milo
This zine discusses what it's like to be queer and Jewish. Religious versus secular Judaism in queer and radical communities. Israel and Palestine and how to work towards peace, or even how to present the issues. Published in San Francisco, California.
2008
32 11
A Practical Guide to Fighting Monsters: Winning Against the Enemies of Your Heart and Your Head, Sarah
32 12
Secret Bully, Cynthia Ann Schemmer
A perzine created to encourage the author to write. Published in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
32 13
Slander no. 8, Mimi
A zine about being an older punk and academia. Published in Champaign, Illinois.
32 14
Tributaries #4: an Intro to Arthritis in Youth, JC
2013
32 15
Ephemera

XIII:  Grid Zine Fest Addendum, 2018Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
33 1
333 333 333, Theron L. Couture
Science fiction zine published by Futurist Press.
2018
33 2
American Yeti: Short Stories about Yeti Life, Karl Liechty, editor
This folder contains issue 1 and was published in Salt Lake City, Utah.
2017
33 3
Art School and Art World, Karl
This folder contains two separate zines.
2014; 2018
33 4
Books on My Shelf that I Have Not Read, Anna Ferri
This folder contains issues 1 and 2, and was published in Las Vegas, Nevada.
2017
33 5
A Brochure: Exotic Self Care, Madisyn DelPorto
A zine started as an old travel guide created by the author while traveling in Oahu.
33 6
Dithering Doodles, Steven Anderson
This folder contains #49 and #50 and was published in Salt Lake City, Utah.
2018
33 7
Dr. Martha Hughes Cannon, Donna Ramone
2017
33 8
Echoes: True Tales of Timeless Towns and Haunted Place, Sarah Morton
A comic describing the author's trip to Echo, Utah.
2016
33 9
At the End of All Things, Emmy Wilson
A comic about a soldier's travels.
33 10
Glitter Grenade, Cory Weeks
A zine that discusses what is intervention art.
2018
33 11
Guerrilla Artfare
A collaborative zine acting as an all-inclusive platform for artists across the city to display their works and share their perspectives of the world they occupy. This folder contains volume 2 and 4. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah.
33 12
Juchebert, Matthew Murray
Art from assorted Dilbert comic strips with text from North Korea's 2015 list of slogans. Published in Las Vegas, Nevada.
2017
33 13
Little Friends, Karl
33 14
Noise in Motion, Aggie Radio
Zine created by the student-run radio station at Utah State University.
2018
33 15
Of Annigans
Music zine from Logan, Utah. This folder contains number 17 and 19.
2017-2018
33 16
Pillars of Salt, Vol. 3
Submission-based, uncensored, resource that showcases the art, photography, poetry, and prose of oppressed individuals.
33 17
Raunchy Horse Calender
Produced by w/Ves collective in Salt Lake City, Utah. Bound at Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.
2018
33 18
Sacred Dying Crafts, Emily Lui
Art zine presenting a sample of some of the worlds most beutiful crafts, on the fringes of existence.
33 19
Some Excerpts from Librarying, Sport, and Travel, Matthew Murray
Published in Las Vegas, Nevada. Original text from Ranching, Sport and Travel, by Thomas Carson.
2017
33 20
Spookulative Fiction, Madisyn DelPorto
Comic zine.
33 21
Sweet and Sour Zine, Daphne Pinette
33 22
Two-Fisted Library Studies
This folder contains the following zines:
  • Spicy Library Stories
  • Dr. Dragomir Arson versus Dr. Nzinga Ransom
  • Weird Library Science
2017-2018

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Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
34 1
12 Annual Portland Zine Symposium
A conference and zine social exploring facets of independent and DYI culture. Published in Portland, Oregon.
2012
34 2
Against Carceral Feminism, Victoria Law
34 3
Against Education: for the Abolition of School
Published in Johannesburg, South Africa.
34 4
Anarcha-Feminists Take to the Streets...Because We Don't Need Anyone's Permission, Anarcha Feminists
2010
34 5
The Anarchistic Queer
34 6
Anarchism versus Civilization, Margaret Killjoy
34 7
Basic Recon Skills, bbc distro
Published in Asheville, North Carolina.
34 8
Betrayal: a Critical Analysis of Rape Culture in Anarchist Subcultures, Sprout Anarchist Collective
34 9
Best of Bite the Cactus, Adrian Chi
34 10
Blue & Black: Stories of Policing and Violence, Rachel Marie-Crane Williams
2012
34 11
Brainscan, Alex Wrekk
This folder contains numbers 19-29 and 31. Published in Portland, Oregon.
2002-2012
34 12
Bread and Circuses, Iris
This folder contains issue 2.
2012
34 13
Brick by Brick: Creating a World Without Prisons, Layne Mullett
34 14
The Broken Teapot, Sprout Anarchist Collective
34 15
Christmas Carols, Puck
34 16
Coach, Moach, Manager Info Zine!
Zine about the job description and responsibitlies of being a band manager.
34 17
Consensus: a Brief Introductory Guide, Sprout Anarchist Collective
2010
34 18
Critical Thining as an Anarchist Weapon, Wolfi Landstreicher
2011
34 19
Designed to Kill: Border Policy and How to Change It
34 20
Dirty Provo
This folder contains 3 issues.
34 21
Dithering Doodles, Steven Anderson
This folder contains #8. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah.
2014
34 22
Disneyland Deaths
34 23
D. Y. I. Guide II, Fucken Urban Pirates
34 24
Do the Right Thing: Tell Him There is a Better Way
A zine to help stop domestic abuse.
2007
34 25
Driven
This folder contains # 4, 6 and 7.
2011
35 1
Drowning in a Fucked Up World
35 2
Edible, Medicinal & Utilitarian Plants, Rowan Walking Wolf, PhD. with Harun Highmountain, MD.
Volume I: "Weeds" & Common Plants.
2009
35 3
Epilogue, Alex Wrekk
35 4
Fat-tastic!, Sage Adderley
Published in Olympia, Washington.
2012
35 5
An Invitation...Finding New Paths to Getting What We Want: Ideas for How to Spend Less Money and Have More Fun, Carpe Diem Motherfuckers
35 6
Five Myths About the Asheville Eleven or Why Eleven People are Being Demonized in the Courts and teh Media and Why it Matters, Asheville 11 Defense Crew
35 7
Funny Funny, Cole Armstrong
2016
35 8
Great Basin Train Punx!
35 9
A Guide to Fertility Awareness
35 10
Haikus I Wrote for People Before They Broke Up With Me
35 11
Herbal First Aid (Assembling a Natural First Aid Kit)
2005
35 12
Hig-h Kus, Dylan Kyung-Lim
2016
35 13
Hot Pants: Do It Yourself Gynecology, Isabelle Gauthier and Lisa Vinebaum
Herbal remedies.
1999
35 14
How to Dye Your Hair with Kool Aid, Lucy Myers
35 15
The Illegitimacy of Violence, the Violence of Legitimacy: a Text for Occupiers, Freedom Fighters, and the Discontent
35 16
Invincible Summer and Clutch, Liz Prince
A split zine. Published in Somerville, Massachusetts.
2015
35 17
Instrument Instructor Zine!
35 18
I Swallowed the Key to My Heart, Liz Prince
2010
35 19
It's Juli!!! Birthday
35 20
I Was an Anarchist Traveler! (But Now I Just Feed Them
35 21
I Was a Teenaged Scum Fuck
35 22
An Herbal Medicine-Making Primer
2010
35 23
Jane: Documents from Chicago's Clandestine Abortion Service, 1968-1973, firestarter press
2004
35 24
Just Say No to Music, Discoid Sam and photography by Jake Gatenby
This folder contain #3.
35 25
Knife + a Bike Chain, Steve Thueson
35 26
L'Appel, Invisible Committee
Published in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
2007
35 27
The Laundromat, Amy Godfrey
2009
35 28
Learning from Ferguson, Peter Gelderloos
35 29
Let's Stop Stereotypes Together
35 30
Let's Talk Consent, Hysteria Collective
35 31
Lexicon Series, Institute for Anarchist Studies
2012
35 32
Messages, Rory E. Donahoe
35 33
Moments of Struggle: an Illustrated Introduction to Some Anarchist History
2009
36 1
Morgenmuffel
This folder contains number 18. Published in the United Kingdom.
2010
36 2
Murder Can Be Fun John Marr
This folder contains number 17: Naughty Children. Published in San Francisco, California.
36 3
My Brain Hurts, Liz Baillie
This folder contains number 6.
2007
36 4
Negativity is the New Posi, Herstory
Published in Salt Lake City, Utah.
2008
36 5
Nourishing Infusions
36 6
Our Lives!
This folder contains number 1 and 2.
2008
36 7
Pages per Content
This folder contains issue 27.
2015
36 8
Pork Magazine
This folder contains issue 11. Published in Eugene, Oregon.
2013
36 9
Primordial Soup Kitchen
36 10
Queers Bash Back! Principles of Engagement: the Anarchist Influence on Queer Youth Culture, Sweet Tea
36 11
Questions for My Cats, Dyana Durfee
2015
36 12
Quit Smoking: a DYI Guide by Ex-Smokers
36 13
Radical Ecology and Class Struggle, Jeff Shantz
2005
36 14
Razorcake, Jeffery Evans
This folder contains issue 73. Published in Los Angeles, California.
36 15
Reconnecting to Your Body: Natural Birth Control for the Body-Conscious
36 16
Rock n' Roll Camp for Girls
Published in Salt Lake City, Utah.
2012; 2016
36 17
Rumor Disneyland
36 18
Said the Pot to the Kettle: Feminist Theory for Anarchist Men
36 19
Sonnets, Dylan Kyung-Lim
2016
36 20
Saucy Skate Zine!?!, Cole Armstrong
This folder contains issue 4.
2016
36 21
Security Culture: What it is, Why We Need it and How We Implement it...
36 22
Shorties! D.Y.I. Menstrual Pads
36 23
Sirens: the Cutthroat Voice of Feminist Art
36 24
Six Letters Addressed to You
2010
36 25
Smart Tart: A Sex Positive Zine on Sexual Health for Women, Queer, and Trans People
This folder contains issue 1. Published in Berkeley, California.
36 26
So, This is What It's Come to...a Comic Zine About the Trials and Tribulations of OK Cupid
36 27
The Stuff of Song, Rain Wolf Zines
2012
36 28
Summer Forever, Jacob Barta
37 1
The Super Happy Anarcho Fun Pages
37 2
Support
A zine about supporting people who have been sexually abused.
37 3
Team Stink Bug
37 4
Ten Blows Against Politics
37 5
Their Bodies, Our Selves: Moving Beyond Sexism and Speciesism, Pattrice Jones
37 6
The Thin Blue Line is a Burning Fuse: Why Every Struggle is Now a Struggle Against the Police
2014
37 7
This is a Circus Train, Jacob Sascha Icarus Ringworm and illustrations by Aireque
37 8
Toward the Queerist Insurrection, Mary Nardini gang
Published in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
37 9
Uncivilized: a Primer on Civilization, Domestication, and Anarchy
37 10
Unpacking Transphobia, Emma Allen
Published in Portland, Oregon
37 11
Walking to the Edge of Insanity, Sascha Scatter
Published in New York City, New York.
37 12
Why Do We All Live in a Prison? Prison, Law, and Social Control
37 13
Why You Wanna Call the Cops?
Published in Columbus, Ohio.
37 14
World Behind Bars: the Expansion of the Amerikan Prison Cell
Published in Columbus, Ohio.
2005
37 15
You May Remember Me: the Educational Films of Troy McClure, Isabelle
2004
37 16
Young Biographies: Short Stories for "An Aching Kind of Growing"
Published in Bloomington, Indiana.
2012
37 17
Zine Age: a Comic Tribute to the Descendents, Ricky Vigil and Steve Thueson
37 18
Zine Crush: Confessions of Like
Published in Portland, Oregon.
37 19
Zine Prompt!, Juli Jump Rope
This folder contains issue 1 and 2.
2014
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General Materials
This folder contains untitled zines and ephemeral materials.

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

Subject Terms

  • Body image--Social aspects--Periodicals
  • Compilation zines
  • Feminism--Periodicals
  • New wave comics
  • Personal zines
  • Political zines
  • Popular culture--United States--21st century--Periodicals
  • Racism--Periodicals
  • Sex role--Periodicals
  • Social justice--Periodicals
  • Underground comic books, strips, etc.
  • Underground press publications
  • Zines--Utah--Salt Lake City--Specimen

Form or Genre Terms

  • Buttons (Information artifacts)
  • Comics (Graphic works)
  • Compilation zines
  • Personal zines
  • Political zines
  • Postcards
  • Stickers
  • Underground comic books, strips, etc.
  • Underground press publications
  • Zine