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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Category Archives: Zine scene
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
Exciting zine news! Ana Hine, editor of the zine Artificial Womb (we made a split zine together!) and film maker Fergus Cruickshank are making a documentary together called Zines there done that. It will be about Ana’s struggle with mental … Continue reading
I’ve been reading so many zines lately, it’s hard to keep up writing reviews… (life of a zine lover is so hard 🙂 ). The following zines I’ve read more or less recently, I recommend to check out and they should still available. More … 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
Dear zinester, I’m Nina, a zine maker based in Ghent in Belgium, and I’m doing DIY research into zines. Currently I’m writing an article about (per)zines as autobiographies that will hopefully get published in the Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies (Dutch and English-language journal … Continue reading
On November 7-8th I went to the Zinefest in Berlin. It was my first time there, so of course I was very excited. I was tableing on both days, but still had plenty of time to chat with other zinesters, … Continue reading
Last week the second edition of the DIY feminist festival “Et Biiim” was organised in Lille, France. The program looked so interesting! A Take Back The Night (“marche de nuit”), discussions on various feminist themes, workshops, concerts and parties… On Friday and on … Continue reading