ÉTIENNE, Samuel; GUERRA, Paula; LOPEZ, Laura (eds.)
This second issue of the research journal ZINES, the first of two special issues devoted to the study of feminist and queer fanzines from a global perspective, brings together international studies or testimonies on the question of gender, queer identities and their alternative realities as they appear in amateur media such as zines. [publisher’s note]
Paula Guerra and Laura López: Peaks and fanzines. Fuses for a rebellion;
Gelen Jeleton (María Ángeles Alcántara: A missarchive of DIY: A feminist-queer zine library;
Becca Maree: "no title at all is better than a title like that!", incarcerated women, materiality, and the production of truth in zines;
Liz Chenevey: Embodied care: Exploring mental health zines as feminist health resources;
Brent Saccucci: Learning through tthe queer theory sketchbook.
Laura López: Feminist zines in print and beyond: Transnational and transmedia relationships on the move;
Kelly McElroy and Korey Jackson: Material matters: Embodied community and embodies pedagogy;
Paula Guerra: Leitmotiv: Forgotten women in Portuguese contemporary History (I);
Ondina Pires: Holocaustic-Zine nº 1;
Helen Yeung: Recipes of resistance: Utilising zines to reclaim the kitchen as a feminist space for Asian migrant women;
Raquel Silva: Taking CuntRoll; a zinester testimony.