A surveillance of small presses outside the Canadian border By Spencer Gordon Mud Luscious Press As the ground freezes […]
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.
Grant Ionatán (aka HTML Flowers) believed a lifelong struggle with illness and isolation would have prepared them. The artist's confrontation with a world gone sick proved differently. Our Summer Issue explores the ways artists, zines and scenes evolved in a planet compromised by pandemic.
Review: Investigation Into Alleged Gatherings on Government Premises During COVID Restrictions, or The Case of the Forbidden Jamborees
Henry Hardwicke Carruthers provides a wry, meticulous and absurdist satire of the absurdist scandal plaguing Boris Johnson.
Acclaimed Cartoonist Sami Alwani joins our panel for the blazing hot Zine Awards! Enter today!
Founded in 2017, Broken Pencil Zine Awards celebrates excellence in independent, underground zine making and micro-printing!
Fool’s Gold: the Life and Legacy of Vancouver’s Official Town Fool
Fool’s Gold: the Life and Legacy of Vancouver’s Official Town Fool Jesse Donaldson, 123 pgs, Anvil Press,anvilpress.com, $18 I have […]
Life Is Like Canadian Football and Other Authentic Folk Songs
Life Is Like Canadian Football and Other Authentic Folk Songs Henry Adam Svec, 193pgs, Invisible Publishing, invisible publishing.com, $19.95 I […]
Welcome To This
Welcome To This Marta Chudolinska, 12 pgs, Private Spectacle Press, https://martachudolinska.com/ Welcome To This is made up of several illustrations […]
By Brooke Ford, Lindsay Gibb, Nathaniel G. Moore, Hal Niedzviecki, Richard Rosenbaum, Ian Sullivan Cant & Derek Winkler For our […]
1995: Hal Niedzviecki and Hilary Clark drink several pitchers of beer at the now defunct Beverly Tavern. Hal: We should […]
Liz Worth investigates the survival of zines and finds that they’re more important than ever “In web-centric world of 1,001 […]
In anticipation of Small Press of Toronto Spring Fair this weekend, Broken Pencil has put together some previews for you […]
Filmmaker and early zinester, Bruce LaBruce, has been an inspiration to many Canadian punks, gay activists, sexual liberators and general […]
By Grace Evans It’s craft season again across the U.S as the summer Renegade Craft Fair winds its way through […]
Did you know there’s some 300 cartoonists attending this weekend’s Toronto Comic Arts Festival? That is one certifiable clusterfuck of […]
The Toronto Urban Film Festival needs YOU! Well, not you specifically. Just your homemade silent one-minute films that you keep […]