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SCAM: 25th Anniversary Issue
Giant thick zine - 150 pages!! Must read for the times! Plus writing on Resistance in Trump Era, art shows in NYC empty lots, scamming Greyhound tickets, anti-gentrification activism in Bay Area, squatting in Baltimore, skating Fukushima, SHELLSHAG, Kenya Robinson, Vanessa Renwick, Lee Lozano, Mierle Lederman Ukeles, Bonnie Ora Sherk, Ayotznapa activist tactics, killing your stalker, making a DIY mesh network internet, community trauma, why graffiti is still important, much much more!

Telegram #41
Telegram #41 specifically, this zine is a text-heavy exploration of what happened with my body & psyche when my disability benefits came up for review and were threatened with being cut off, how it felt to be forced to crowdfund rent & food, casting spells to cope, applying for access to alternative transit for disabled folks when I could no longer use public transit, trying to make myself at least semi-comprehensible to social workers, hysteria, sickness, & haunting spaces while I'm still living. (review by author)

Telegram #42
about city magic, befriending loneliness, borderline feelings, crip-days & crip-grief & crip-love, crying, un/dereducated writers & crazy people, connecting my high school dropout lineage to creativity & survival, ableism & loss, discussing chronic suicidality, asking whose stories are valued & why, imagining freaking out as leading to (re-)invitations rather than isolation & shame & gossip, politicizing recovery, &&&…(description by author)

Jonas of Cheer the EEF Up zine compiled this sweetandsad zine about parenting - with stories about not knowing if you're doing it "right," being a step-parent, autism, and so much more.

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Cometbus 57
Aaron is a really amazing interviewer, and even though I don't know a lot of these comic artists, this issue tells a whole nother story - about art and community and what we say and what we don't say. why we do what we do. woven togehter in Aaron's tapestry way. ...for those of you who know comic artists names, this issue includes interviews with "Gary Panter, Julia Wertz, Ben Katchor, Adrian Tomine, and Gabrielle Bell, but also comics scholars, publishers, shopkeepers, and librarians. Featuring beautiful illustrations by Nate Powell, a wraparound cover by Jeffrey Lewis, and a breathtaking Al Jaffee interview that ties it all together in the end."

BACK IN STOCK : Cometbus #55 Pen Pals
(secretly partially about me). It gets at the sorrow and placenesses of living in a world where the punks and leftists of the past have not really passed on their insights or provided a groudwork for us to stand on. Punk friendship-love and how it draws out the sides of us we can't express or see.


Seams and Story II : Autobiography in Lungs
Poems by Wren Awry - Wren Awry is a queer, neuroatypical writer living in Tucson. They write about fairy tales, food, literature, ecology, history and film from an anti-authoritarian and anti-capitalist perspective

Secondhand emotion 2 navigating the politics of attraction in late capitalism through a nihilistic feminist lens
Great issue - deep and personal. The Shame spiral, Happiness is something that happens to other people, white supremacist beauty standards, politics of desire, manslaining, hypersexuality and granny panties, survival, self-knowledge, boundaries, jealousy and social media, rape and coercive assault, healing. So powerful!

Cut and paste riot grrrl style, "using the medium of collage to explore a life lived wearing the female sex, and what that is: surprise, embarrassment, obedience, pleasure, revulsion, cravings, the confusion of appearances, cultureal and social traditions laying claim to inevitability of becoming, denial, guilt, sensation, representations..." I love it!

Young Thug, John Cage, and other Musical Visionaries
Zine highlighting racism in the elite avant garde and neo-dada scenes.

Telegram #40
Reclaiming borderline, dreaming of the possiblity of borderline lineages and elders, borderline thought, changeability, access to vocabulary and inforamtion and dreams, fears and possibilities..."

Phases of the Moon #5 Broken Bicycle and a Ruined Love Life
Long, thick story about alcoholism and getting out of an abusive relationship. Beautifully written story, familiar and terrible. About closeness and drunkeness and not understanding alcoholism. Suicidal threats and traumatic bonding. Al-Anon and it bringing more questions - what is the difference between acceptance and being a doormat. Domestic violence, why it's so hard to name and leave. Disconnection from reality. A great zine, and certain to save someone's life.

Sober Queers do Exist
includes the stories and experiences from 19 contributors. It’s a zine that creates space for queer and trans sober people, and queer and trans people trying to get sober, to share their experiences. Sharing our experiences about getting and staying sober is a way to build community, and let others getting sober know they are not alone.

Three of Swords: Beyond Mainstream Narratives of Polyamory
This is a collection of writing that came out of the experience of attempting poly, having a very hard time of it and closing the relationship with the intent of opening it again. The pieces in this zine document a personal journey but they also reflect on larger issues. The zine expresses the realization that mainstream poly lit is extremely over simplistic. Everyone is just expected to ‘own their jealousy’ but there is no political, intersectional analysis. This zine goes beyond that and considers the way that polyamory can be complicated by things like mental health issues, trauma and gender. It considers the impact of misogyny and ableism on polyamory. It also questions the narrative of abundant love through an analysis of trauma and survivorship. This zine holds out hope for polyamory, values and desires polyamory and seeks to create space for more complex narratives within poly community and literature.

No Gods No Mattress #28
Another great issues. working on ballance, trying not to compare self to others, deserving care and love, deserving happiness. Making a list of people who love you, being gross, getting tattoos, trauma and witches and cops and hospitals. sorrow and feeling the fog lifting.

Support Marius Mason teeshirt
Support my friend trans-green-scare prisoner. All money goes to his fund.

Anarcha-Feminism: Perspectives on Anarchist Theory #29
Great book of articles about anarcha-feminism, and I'm honored that it starts with a comic I drew! Anarcha-feminism is the first politicalized understanding of the world that really made sense to me, and this should be required reading for everyone. It has a combo of easy to read and difficult to read articles, addressing history, intersectionality, challenging liberalism, and more.

Doris #32
A sweet mixture of stories about femininity training and conversationalists and making a more meaningful happier life, death and creativity, the first of an interview series on anarchists over 40, book reviews, a letter from Marius Mason, green scare trans prisoner, about music and indicator species.


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