"We Got the Beat" published by The New Mexico Compass
"Living in Print" published by the New Mexico Compass
"Rad Dad: Fighting the patriarchy one diaper at a time" published by the Weekly Alibi
"Democracy by the Pint: an interview with Ale Republic" published by the Weekly Alibi
"Cut & Paste: Zines About Women Musicians" published by Bitch Media
"Bragging Rites" published by the Weekly Alibi
Weekly Alibi Book review:
"The Mighty Booch"
Weekly Alibi Art show review: "Pop Life"
"Feminist fans celebrate 50 years of Doctor Who in this group piece wrangled by Whovian and F-Word Comedy Section Editor Chella Quint" published by The F Word: UK Contemporary Feminism
Mocha Chocolata Momma Zine is a series about the extraordinary lives of black women, real or imagined. There are three zines in the series thus far:
Bessie Coleman Zine -- the first black woman to earn a pilot's license.
Zoe Washburne -- Five-hundred years into the future, proof that black women exist in a galaxy far, far, away.
Salaria Kea Zine -- the only black woman to serve in the Spanish Civil War in Spain.
Mid-Life Isis Zine -- discovering the practical magick of becoming a crone.
Resting Bicycle Face --
a zine series about the challenging of going from four-wheel drive to pedaling on two.
Read the reviews of my writing:
"Cut & Paste: Five Black Zine Lives" by Jenna Freedman for Bitch Media (Mid Life Isis Zine)
"Cut & Paste: Biographical Zines" by Lindsay Gibb for Bitch Media (Bessie Coleman Zine)