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    Stop Trying to Understand Neutrois

    The following is a transcribed excerpt from Every Thug Is A Lady: Adventures Without Gender (AK Press).Neutroisrefers to an individual who has no gender and does not identify as male or female. Many have gender dysphoria very much like that of trans-people. It is often denoted with the ...

    An Interview with Julia Eff

    How does neutrois differ from other nonbinary terms like genderqueer or androgynous? With gender-related language so swiftly evolving, what does neutrois mean to you? Neutrois is sometimes just written as the null symbol, which in math stands for an empty set but looks like a little “NO!” ...

    My Ten Favorite Contemporary Zines

    Editor’s Note: Jay Ruttenberg is the founder and editor of the New York-based comedy journal The Lowbrow Reader. Dubbed “an excellent and actually quite high-minded comedy magazine” by The Village Voice, the magazine was born in 2001 when Ruttenberg realized that there wasn’t a quality ...

    Recap: Twin Cities Zinefest 2011

     Despite the overwhelming popularity of the blog as a means of proliferating ideas and opinions, zines—those ever-so-frugally produced mini-books you might see next to the cash register at your community bookstore or stuffed illegally in between issues of USA Today—are flourishing as a ...

    How to Make Your Own Zine

    There’s never a bad time to publish a zine—but here in Minneapolis it is undoubtedly a perfect moment. This weekend marks the Twin Cities Zinefest, an exhibition of more than 40 zine publishers and artists. These reputable defenders of the small press may have honed their methods over ...

    The Dead Magazine Club Needs Your Help!

    The Dead Magazine Club is an Utne Reader project, hosted by Tumblr. For more than 25 years, Utne Reader has been reprinting the best of the independent press. Many wonderful magazines and journals have come and gone since we launched as a newsletter in 1984, and we have a special place in ...

    Just Another Gritty Night in Baltimore

    William Patrick Tandy, editor of the zine Smile, Hon, You’re in Baltimore, recounts a recent night he lay awake in bed listening to the all-too-familiar sound of gunshots ringing out in his neighborhood. A frequent reader of the police blotter, Tandy notes that single gunshots are relatively ...

    Indie-Press Action Alert: Papercut Zine Library

    Got space for thousands of zines? The Papercut Zine Library—which lends an unusual collection of 7,000 zines, indie books, periodicals, and audio/visual materials in addition to hosting community events—is looking for a new home in the Boston/Cambridge area. The collective-run, free lending ...

    Alt Wire with Baltimore Zine Maker William Patrick Tandy

    Alt Wire is a morning digest of links and information collected and explained by a different guest blogger most weekdays. Today's guest is William Patrick Tandy, creator and editor ofSmile, Hon, You're in Baltimore!(a Best Zine nominee for the 2009 Utne Independent Press Awards).  We ...

    Alt Wire: The World of Zines with Librarian Alycia Sellie

    Alt Wire is a morning digest of links and information collected and explained by a different guest blogger every weekday. Today's guest is zine librarian Alycia Sellie.We asked her for five links and here's what she came up with. Zine World:  Zine World is the most well-known print source ...

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