a low-budget DIY feminist publishing and creation project started by Zina aka Nina, for her zines, comix and pamphlets (sometimes she makes music, spoken word and crafts too).
Apart from posting about Nina's own zines, she uses this blog to announce feminist zine-related news, especially from Belgium, write zine reviews and share articles about DIY feminist zine culture.
(ECHO is not a distro or publishing company!)
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Take a look at what Megan aka That Beard Girl wrote about our recent 24 hour zine gathering (August 2016). Megan makes the most amazing artwork and needlecraft, so check out her website! Can’t wait to read her zine WITCH!
This happened a little while ago, so sorry for this late report… On August 20-21, we did another 24 hour zine thing event in Gent. We were 6 zinesters working on a great variety of zines! It was the last zine … Continue reading
Saturday May 7th 2016 at Putney public library in London: Fliss of Athemaura zine and the SWZines collective organised a zine afternoon in the Putney libary (in the south west of London) on May 7th. Fliss has been making zines … Continue reading
While travelling through the UK in the last two months, I visited two zine libraries in Manchester: the Salford Zine Library and the Manchester LGBT Zine Library. I highly recommend any zine lovers to explore both of them! The Salford … Continue reading
Zine Happening II – April 9-10th: About a month ago, the second edition of Zine Happening organised by Les VoiZines took place in the Lousbergpark in Ghent. Gudrun, Jo, Mawy, Hannah, the feminist collective FEL and I were tableing together … Continue reading
So this took place a few months ago, but I only found time now to select and edit the photos. Ladyfest is a non-commercial DIY feminist festival with music, workshops, films and art which is organised all over the world … Continue reading
Where We Belong is the zine made by a nameless lesBIan-feminist collective in Brussels who organised the Lesbian Pulp Fiction Show at the queer film festival Pink Screens last year and before that Re/Reading Wittig meetings. This year the collective … Continue reading