Frivolity, at the edge of a Moral Swamp, hears Hymn-Singing in the Distance & dons the Galoshes of Remorse.
so, please, shut the fuck up about Varly
he is the nicest (and kindest) goalkeeper in russian national team, and a guy like him would never do this
its all girls (if he touched her) fault - she saw that he was drunk, so why saying smth to him and then calling the goddamn police
And I know it, I can’t feel it
Well, I know it enough to believe it
And I know it, I can’t see it
But I know it enough to believe it
He said, “I’m your lover, I’m your friend
I’m purity, hit me again”
With a bullet, number one
Kill the family, save the son
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After many years of writing a zine, buying zines, trading zines and observing zine culture I have decided to start a zine distro! Recently I was browsing distros all over the internet looking for zines pertaining to Women of Color and found that we are seriously under represented in many of the zine distros despite the fact that there are enough zines created by women of color and gender-marginalized POC to present in zine distros. I was frustrated about going through pages and pages of catalogs of zines and finding only a handful of zine, most of which I had. I went through my zines and found so many zines written by POC that were not being distributed.
After being frustrated about this I decided I wanted to create a distro dedicated to our struggles, our projects, our zines. Zine culture is not white culture. D.I.Y. culture is not white culture. Punk is not inherently white culture. So in the spirit of resistance, in the spirit of visibility and in the spirit of celebrating our cultures and intersectionality: Brown Recluse Zine Distro.
Currently I am looking for zines written by POC from all walks of life and gender identities and expressions. I am looking for personal zines, political zines, punk zines, sex worker zines, zines about gender and feminism (No 101 zines plz), zines about racism and self determination, anti oppression, zines written by Indigenous and First Nations people , sobriety and harm reduction (no hateful content towards substance users), traveling zines and zines about self-care and accountability. I will not be carrying art or poetry zines. I may eventually carry zines written by white folks, but I ask that white folks not submit their zines as I will contact people with zines that I am interested in.
Please send me links to zines that you think that I should carry. Please do not send me PDF’s or links to zines available only online. Send me a quick note about yourself and your wholesale price (50% of retail price).
Please send your zine submissions to:
PO BOX 80582
Seattle, WA 98108
Besos y Abrazos, nykyG
Edward Gorey’s illustrations for T.S. Eliot’s Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats
We will be selling the zines we have made online through etsy for now, setting up the shop now! Check it out!
banana-shaped zines, so cute!
Building an Abolitionist Trans & Queer Movement with Everything We’ve Got
from Captive Genders (eds. Stanley and Smith) (2011) by Morgan Bassichis, Alex Lee, and Dean Spade.