Thunderous Feminism: The Legacy of the Northern Woman Journal

On printing day of the famed Thunder Bay feminist publication, one woman would type on an electric typewriter while volunteers spread the issue’s pages on the counters and stools of what was formerly a Finnish restaurant — still smelling of the fryer oil.

Call for Submissions: Little Guts

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Thunderous Feminism: The Legacy of the Northern Woman Journal

On printing day of the famed Thunder Bay feminist publication, one woman would type on an electric typewriter while volunteers spread the issue’s pages on the counters and stools of what was formerly a Finnish restaurant — still smelling of the fryer oil.

Folio: Hannah Epstein on Rug Hooking and Art Churches

Folio asks artists and curators to gather works made with unexpected materials and adapt them for the printed page. In this issue we speak with Hannah Epstein, whose rug-hooking manifests the madness of the digital world into fiber.

First the Press, Then the Streets

In the early 1900s, Spain was at the forefront of the largest anarchist movement in history. According to James Yeoman, it would not have been possible without the underground press.

Spring Canzine 2024 is ALIVE! ALIVE!!!

It’s time to enter the ZINE ZONE. From April 13th to the 21st, support independent artists and zinesters at the biggest online zine fest across all time and space!

Who is the REAL Psycho Goreman?

Despite only recently encountering Earth and its cultures, the medium of comics hasn’t been lost on the “Arch-Duke of Nightmares.” We speak with Psycho Goreman’s caretakers about his new graphic adventures.

The Tide Turns in Time

How Michael Novick and his street action political zine Turning the Tide evolved to put radical media in the hands of the people.

404: VICE Not Found

As digital media burns, can independent media restore faith in reporting in the already unbelievable technology beat? Former Motherboard staffers are hoping to cover the future before the future consumes us whole.