For more info, check out the Facebook event.
I’ll be selling zines next Sunday 23 Oct at the Brisbane Convention of Alternative Press! More info here.
This week’s Bloc Feature is Deconstructed Gender: A Tried-And-True Recipe for Unwinding The Binary by Nikki Nicnevin.
The life affirming recipe has been shared by the very excellent and electric zine #EnbyLife – a zine about non-binary experiences and stories.
Head along to the Zine Fair at GoMA, Brisbane this Sunday 25 September! I’ll be selling copies of all my zines there, including #EnbyLife and Feminist Puzzle Zine. See you there!
This weekend is the Zine and Indie Comic Symposium at The Edge, SLQ in Brisbane! I’ll have a table/stall from 12-5pm on 20th and 21st. You can buy some zines and chat with me about rabbits! On Saturday I’ll also be on a queermo panel, and I’ll be chilling at the Golden Stapler Awards, hoping me and my zine pals win some things.
Last night’s Woolf Pack launch was magical and cider-filled. I socialised with other rad zinesters and was told my poem in this issue is ‘great but weird’, which is the best compliment IMO. Make sure you pick up your copy of Woolf Pack #7 to experience the weirdness for yourself and to read every other wonderful submission in there. 💖💖✨
Last night’s launch of #EnbyLife was a great success! Thank you to the contributors who made the zine possible, and to Vlada at Junky Comics for letting me host the event in her beautiful shop. 💜
Thanks to everyone’s generosity I was able to make a donation to Queensland AIDS Council/QuAC. Their mission is to enable LGBTQI+ people to improve their health and quality of life. If you want to make your own donation, visit their website.
If you couldn’t make it to the launch, there are still copies of #EnbyLife and some badges at Junky Comics. If you’re in Melbourne, I’ll also be sending copies of the zine to Sticky Institute and there’ll be some at the Junky pop up shop at Magic Johnston next month!
There’s also print and digital copies of the zine available at my Etsy shop.