Zines Take TikTok

When Bre Upton first joined TikTok it was simply as a means to curb quarantine-born boredom. Now her tutorials on zine making have over six million views. How 'Zinetok' is uniting DIY-ers around the world.

Call for Submissions: SAFETY PIN ZINE

Submissions Safety Pin Zine is looking for any art, poetry, comics, articles, etc. Requirements Must be punk/punk themed/have punk aesthetic. […]

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The twisting of bone. The teasing of flesh. Gretchen Felker-Martin, the author responsible for Manhunt, finds reprieve in gore. How could we resist putting her on the cover of our horror issue?

Exploring the Menopausal Multiverse

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One Last Trip Down Taddle Creek

Founded by Conan Tobias in 1997, Taddle Creek has flooded Canadians with fiction, features, comics and poetry. After 25 years the magazine is hanging up its beret.

Nick Zedd’s Lovely Life of Scum

One of the most important and least accessible figures of the No Wave milieu, Nick Zedd’s films taught the important lesson that compelling art is unbound by any rules of aesthetics or taste.

Slacker Uprising: The Long Tradition of Anti-Work

A Reddit-driven rejection of labour surged during the pandemic, but it stems from a long tradition. An overlooked history of the anti-work movement and where it fits with modern organizing.