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Anii Japan Journey

A mini zine about adventures in Japan.

Common Blessings / Common Curses

What will today bring? Modern life is full of everyday blessings and everyday curses, from being home to sign for your package to accidentally hitting Reply All. This witty reversible book is a lighthearted remedy to single-minded happiness guides, with vibrant illustrations that celebrate the sympathetically funny moments that can make or break your day. More Info »


“People have always died while colonizing. We’ve always been nomads. It must be worth the loss of life, because we keep doing it. Why couldn’t have all just… stayed put?”

Stranger Zine – Season 3

Stranger Zine – Season 3 This little zine celebrates all things Stranger Things season 3! It’s a 20 page booklet full of Stranger Things themed art. The cover is laser-cut, the wrap is screenprinted, and it comes with a 4″ x 6″ print of Max & El!

The Audra Show No. 3

The Audra Show No. 3 – Bea, Adelaide’s House

The Audra Show No. 2

The Audra Show No. 2 – Star Valley

Hazel Issue IV: Ritual

Hazel is our reader, a witch starting off on a journey to a new town, to settle in, to find her place in the world. She is learning about herself, the world around her, and how to survive the tumult of day-to-day challenges. With a little magic, and plenty of good friends by her side, More Info »

Slush: A Guide to Querying Literary Agents

This guide goes where no zine has gone before by addressing that tantalizing, ages-old question: how the heck do I get a literary agent? Querying agents is an ancient art shrouded in mystery and form emails. After years of leaning to query the hard way, literary agent intern, agented children’s author, and publishing nerd Tori More Info »

Queer Kids Camp: Under the Earth

While camping in the Pacific Northwest, Reese, a non-binary teenager and their sister, Jamie, a trans girl fall through a lake and get separated in a sentient forest created by beings from below the earth’s crust. To be reunited the siblings must overcome trials within the crystal maze. QKC: Under the Earth is a sci-fi More Info »

The Lily

A collection of six comics by Ann Xu, ranging in subject matter from topics like emotional boundaries on the Internet, to the satisfaction of cooking a labor-intensive meal, to the tacit understanding between Asian Americans when it comes to language. Originally published online by The Lily, a women-focused newsletter by The Washington Post. 5″x5″, 64 More Info »