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Feminism and the Politics of Anger: Zines

This guide was made to support zine making.

Read and Discuss

Discuss the zine of your choice

Country Queers, City Queers by Elvis Bakaitis and Stina Soderling

S.S.S.S. by Bianca Ortíz

Welcome to the Dollhouse by JennyKay Cosme

Your White Friends Will Disappoint You by Dianne Laguerta

in a breakout room using the following prompts:

Why did you choose this zine?

What does the zine say about its creator--directly or indirectly?

Why do you think they chose a zine as their medium?

Are there graphics in the zine? Handwriting? Collages? Do they complement or complicate the text?

How does the zine make you feel?

Group discussion, same questions as above.

Zines Are

What is a zine?