IT’S NOT JUST A GIRL CRUSH Zine
“Collection of peoples recollections of the first time they realized they were having non-heteronormative thoughts.”
Black Women & Self Care Zine
Created by artist Naomi Moyer, a self-taught artist and writer, whom we’ve featured in the past, this zine explores Moyer’s thoughts on ” mental health, oppression and healing.” Get it HERE.
Nuthin Good Ever Happens at 4 A.M.
Artist Stormone asks ” “What happens when zombies hit the “hood”? Get it HERE.
everythings for real
Created by fashion designer Grace Wales Bonner, Everythings For Real is the designer’s second zine. Bonner who often uses her platform to explore black power and black identity, incorporates images from Nollywood in this latest release.
G.D.H.G – Gravity Defying Hair Girl
“G.D.H.G is the first zine created to celebrate big hair don’t care girls. It’s a celebration of the non-tamer of coils and letting them go free. This fun zine is a celebration of natural hair of African American women that are not afraid to defy the rules when it comes to hair including gravity!” Shop HERE.
1001 Black Men–Afro-Geeks, and Dungeon Masters with Soul Zine
Created by artist and illustrator Ajuan Mance, this zine features drawing from her ongoing series 1001 Black Men. Get it HERE.
3451: Madcap City Guide
Created by 2 black women from Los Angeles, this cyberpunk-themed zine takes readers on a journey through a futuristic metropolis. Get it HERE.
Created by writer Sarah Gladstone, White Dads is an upcoming zine created to explore the experiences of people of color who grew up white fathers.
Chocolate City is a unique zine created by children living in the slums of Kibera in Naorobi, Kenya. The area is considered one of Africa’s largest slums, and the founders of Zinester, which publishes “Chocolate City” hope to empower the youth of Kibera by giving them the opportunity to express themselves through independent publishing. You can purchase the zine through the organizations Kickstarter page.