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Feels Mag is currently accepting submissions for issue 22: Dreaming. What does it mean to dream?

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Introducing Our 100th Issue: Generations

For the 100th issue of Broken Pencil, we felt it appropriate to celebrate the use of zines as expression passed down through the ages, starring the Singapore-based family art collective behind Rubbish FAMzine.

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We’re highlighting some of the zinesters and artists coming to Canzine 2023. For this edition, meet Tia Alandra, whose new zine is a resource for self-doubting masterminds.

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Canzine Vendor Spotlight: Paterson Hodgson

We’re highlighting some of the zinesters and artists coming to Canzine 2023. For this edition, meet Paterson Hodgson, whose autobiographical comics detail being a working-class renter in a big, expensive, hostile city.