By Patrick Horner Indie Writers’ Deathmatch 2010 Semi-Finalist Harold wiped the sweat from his forehead with the sleeve of his t-shirt […]
Meet our panel of judges for this year's exhilarating competition!
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 Catalina Cheng, whose work in ceramics bridges familiar traditions, radiant pride and honouring the queer artists erased by history.
Visually distinct with a whimsical, costume-ish quality to character designs, there’s a comfortable tone of strangeness throughout Blind Alley that would feel at home in EarthBound or Twin Peaks.
Jenn Woodall has had it up TO HERE with these cherubic luxury nostalgia-baiting mall dolls being passed off as DIY 'girl power.'
Hark! Adventurers! Join us in this magical, magazine quest as Broken Pencil guides you through the weird and wonderful realm of indie tabletop roleplaying games!
Review: The Birth and Death of the Manic Pixie Dream Girl
Despite a few odd omissions, this is a crisply presented fanzine and final exhumation of the exhausting early-aughts archetype.
Review: Contagious Imagination: The Work and Art of Lynda Barry
Contagious Imagination contains a collection of rigorously researched essays and artistic texts that reify Lynda Barry’s teachings. Like Barry’s own idiosyncratic work, it touches on memory, relationships and the everyday.
Review: Ticket for Reference
Prolific Australian zinester Kate Dunn writes a frank but sentimental mini-memoir of her call centre work. Drawing on several years experience of frontline phone wrangling, caught between customers, bosses, and a year of middle management.
By Amy Dupcak Indie Writers’ Deathmatch 2010 Semi-Finalist I never told anybody, but under the stage are four “rooms.” Without walls […]
By Jordan Abel Indie Writers’ Deathmatch 2010 Runner-Up By the time the acid took hold, we were halfway to Edmonton. Tommy […]
By Martha Grover Martha Grover is currently a student in the creative writing MFA program at the California College of Arts […]
The following pages are an excerpt from my latest comic, The Rabble of Downtown Toronto. If you’re familiar with my […]
Pictorial Profile: Steve Anderson By Oliver Knapp
Mr. Monitor By Matthew Daley
Zine Philosophy By Andrea Manica
Jason and the Comics By Jason Turner
Deleted Zines Digging the dirt on ex-zinesters By Nathaniel G. Moore The kitchen sink. It’s the best way to describe […]