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Call for Submissions: FiiLTHY GLO ZiNE ISSUE 3

THEME:: TRANSPiRE DEADLINE:: August 18, 2024 FG headquarters encourages you to hit us with some fiilth ((art)). We value new-fangled […]

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A Guide to Your First Canzine

New to Canzine? Maybe you’re forgetful? Never fear, a Broken Pencil editor is here! Whether you’re an enterprising zinester or […]

Art Holes: Rawdog

“I’m working on a big project I can crash for a few hours and then keep on banging out pages.” Real Deal Comix’ Lawrence Hubbard gives us a tour of his spartan digs.

A Day with Matt Farley, The World’s Most Prolific Artist

I admire Matt Farley and what he represents. I predict that he will one day be recognized as one of the emblematic creatives of his era. For this reason, I travelled to Peabody, Massachusetts for the Motern Extravaganza, an annual concert and fan event Farley holds in his own honour.

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.

Introducing Broken Pencil 102: Cop City

In March of 2023, more than 50 individuals were indicted in Georgia on RICO charges. We take a look at Cop City and how it became a chilling assault on free expression.

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.