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Upcoming zine events

Here are two upcoming zine events I’m doing (with FEL & the 24 Hour Zine Team / Creative Coffee zinesters): 24 hour zine challenge! Feb 16-17th from 16:00-16:00: This is part of the month-long Girls Go Boom Club House event … Continue reading

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Sleater-Kinney concert memories

I didn’t know anyone who liked or even knew Sleater-Kinney when I went to see them for the very first time in Amsterdam in 2000. It was the year of sexual violence at the renewed Woodstock festivals as well as … Continue reading

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2017 > 2018 (what I did last year and what I hope to do this year)

— Happy New Year! Bye bye 2017, hello 2018! I’m not really into New Years resolutions, mostly because they focus on unpleasant (mostly fatphobic) norms. But the beginning of a new year can also stimulate you to do more fun and creative … Continue reading

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Zines I read in 2017 (part IV: October – December)

Here are the final zines I read in the last three months of 2017. Still quite a lot but less than the rest of the year because I finally read some books too that invaded my reading time. 🙂 So … Continue reading

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Article about feminist zines as activism in DiGeSt journal

Some cool news: My second research article was published a little while ago in the new issue of the journal for gender studies and diversity DiGeSt (published by the Leuven University Press). The article focuses on the ways zines can … Continue reading

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Book reviews: Living out Loud, Hello Cruel World, Little Book of Craftivism

I read quite some books in the past year, here are some I haven’t reviewed elsewhere but enjoyed reading a lot. They range from self-care to creative activism. Living out Loud – Keri Smith If you’re a bit stuck creatively … Continue reading

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Book review: The Archival Turn in Feminism

The Archival Turn in Feminism: Outrage in Order – Kate Eichhorn How could I not have picked up this book from the anarchist bookshop Fort Van Sjakoo in Amsterdam? It’s about several of my biggest passions: archives, libraries, zines, riot grrrl, … Continue reading

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