issue 3 covers the adoption of the author's son, judgements & expectations, abuse & forgiveness, traveling, waste, male dominance in punk + more
issue 2 of the parenting zine
Wheat paste at schools and anywhere else
a zine about radical mothering (& everything that entails) from the perspective of a new mama in small(ish) town michigan. something for all ages.
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In this searing nihilistic polemic, Lee Edelman outlines a radically uncompromising new ethics of queer theory. read more »
- a fairytale for the 21st century -
This charming story explores the dark scary parts of global industrial civilization with a whimsical journey through underwater cities, icy oceans, towering palaces, and ordinary neighborhoods. Along the way, learning, cooperation, and liberation are found. read more »
generation FIVE has spent the last decade, with allies across movements and across the country, developing Transformative Justice. Transformative Justice is an approach to respond to and prevent child sexual abuse and other forms of violence that puts transformation and liberation at the heart of the change. read more »
A mini-zine about school, society, and the endless alienation and boredom we suffer from both. [Takes only one sheet of paper to print! Cut along the faint gray line and assemble appropriately.]
A Zine unfocused on chronic pain, hip-Hop & anarchy & pretty much any other subject that comes to mind when you hear The Chronic.
note: The Chronic Zine does not condone the language used on The Chronic or in this zine for that matter. As a matter of matters, we don't condone any matters which may make matters worse. or better.
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This zine features interviews with and articles on different community groups in Montreal and Toronto that are doing grassroots, intersectional queer-positive organizing. This will be the first of many to come. Stay tuned!
An awesome poem/coloring book aimed at kids. Parents love this thing.
This is my third issue. This format was really experimental, and a bit of a failure. So I scanned it as best as I could into a readable format. I am totally open to comments, suggestions, critique, and ideas. read more »
This is the second issue of TransParent Writings. Explains the order of events.
I made this (my first zine ever) after a phone call with my mom about my daughter's gender identity. More issues to come, namely one that explains more of the back-story.