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how I learned to do IT bloody murder (Single Issue)

  1. A5 booklet with red cover. Art, fiction. “this is my first book”
    “P.S if you review this in yer zine and say it's all about sexual abuse or rape or something equally lame and wrong, I will punch you ...”
    (there are quite graphic descriptions of sex that I would describe as rape ), mental health, psychiatric hospitals.

Heather Lynn

i am, i am, I AM: Single Issue

  1. United Kingdom. A5 photocopied booklet, black and white. Front cover: head of a woman smoking a cigarette. A zine about coping with depression.

Polly Richards

In Doctrine Nation: Single Issue

  1. NYC-based. A5 booklet with colour, black and white, and a mixture of drawings, hand-lettering, cartoons. Front cover: very colourful drawing of a six-breasted figure against a blue backdrop. Subject matter: personal, diary, relationship

Fly

International Strike Force: Single Issue

  1. United Kingdom. A5 booklet, black and white. Front cover: Anime-style images of females against a black and white patterned backdrop. Subject matter: football, music, interviews, opinions.

It's Time to Speak Out: Single Issue

  1. Unknown location. Full title: "It's Time to Speak Out Against Sexual Assault on Campus: Don't let rapists ruin the student life." A6 booklet, black and white.

Jelly Bean Machine: Issue 1

  1. United Kingdom. A5 booklet, black and white photocopy material. Bound with safety pin. Front cover: lilac with various images and text. Came with free jelly beans! Subject matter: Music, Zine reviews, Glasgow bands.

Claire

Joining the Dots

  1. United Kingdom. A5 booklet with black and white imagery, use of photo, collage, drawing, handwriting and type. Subject matter: a queer fat positive perzine about PCOS.

Holly Casio

Juicy Fanzine: Single Issue

  1. East Kilbride. A5 with glossy cover and colours. Subject matter: This is a sponsored fanzine! Interviews: no doubt, review: the luna chicks, veruca salt.

Just Like a Girl: Issue 4

c1999. No date. United States. A6 booklets, black and white photocopy. Front cover: image of a woman looking down with the text "have goddess, will travel." Subject matter: feminism, safe space for women, prose, poetry etc.

Kissy Kissy: Issue 3

c1999, no date. Rotherham, South Yorkshire. A5 booklet, handwritten, collaged. Front cover: red, with image of female on front. Subject matter: body image, hate, school day, the “spur posse date rape”, sex, feminism, riot grrrl, tank girl, alienation, nancy spungen, bullying, periods.

Roxy

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