Pullet Rocks 10th anniversary – concerts with art market on April 7th

Pullet Rocks, the feminist music and art booking collective in Brussels is celebrating its 10th anniversary! On Friday April 7th they are organising a birthday party with all kinds of creative fun at Recyclart in Brussels. More info:

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The (witch)craft markets, punk/zine events, and workshops of the past few months

This year I started visiting and participating in craft markets again after a long pandemic pause* and I’m so happy with that possibility. I also gave two zine workshops, in August and in November. As we are approaching the very end of the year, I thought it might be nice to look back on these events and share some photos…

*Of course covid is not gone and people still die from it every day, so please take your responsibility and let’s take care of each other.

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Visiting the Witches exhibition in Brussels

Last week I visited the Witches exhibition in Brussels (Belgium), organised by the ULB (Université Libre de Bruxelles). An entire exhibition about witchcraft and witches, I knew in advance that I was gonna enjoy it but it really went beyond my expectations. So I decided to write a little blogpost about my visit and show you some images from the exhibition. The exhibition closes by the end of this week so make sure to visit if you can!

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Photo report of Journée pour la Défense de la Terre

Ugh, these are weird and scary times… So I distracted myself by writing a bit about an event I went to last month in Brussels:

On the last day of February, Jessica of Fake Breakdown Crafts and I tabled with our zines and crafts at the creative market at Journée pour la Défense de la Terre at Au Quai. I had a great time and I think Jessica did too. We had a good view over a wall on which shortfilms and documentaries were being projected about activist and anarchist struggles. We were surrounded by other creative people selling posters, books, and more. And there was a silkscreening station where I got a cool feminist T-shirt. Jelena who I had met at a zine workshop a while ago came by too and we explored the space some more. AuQuai has a great squatty vibe, is creatively decorated and I felt right at home.

Here are some more photos:

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Photos of 30 years Vort’n Vis + Mothers & Daughters’ feminist market

This month I tabled together with friends at the 30 (!) year anniversary festival of the autonomous punk centre Vort’n Vis in Ieper and at the feminist market at the temporary lesbian bar Mothers & Daughters in Brussels. Scroll down for some photos of both events. (More in my upcoming zine Same Heartbeats #15!)

I also went to a pretty awesome concert of Year Zero, Hetze, Petrol Girls, and War On Women in Brussels and was especially amazed by the last two bands and their feminist-inspired performance and how they turned the moshpit into a safe space. (The photos I took there were a bit too dark/blurry to share…)

Vort’n Vis in Ieper (BE) – June 1st 2019:

Mothers & Daughters in Brussels (BE) – June 8th 2019:


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News & upcoming events (June – July 2019)


I don’t have a lot of news at the moment except that the Brussels-Hellhole zine that Sister Ray Zines and I are making is making good progress!

You can also read more about recent visits to Ladyfest Maastricht and Swansea Zine Fest on this blog.

By the way, did you already help choose what I should write about in my next mini-zine?


Some events I’ll go to and table at soon:

Feminist Market
Saturday June 8th
at Mothers & Daughters, in Brussels (BE)
Together with some of my band mates, we’ll sell things we make such as soap, jewellery, zines, and postcards
Facebook event

Swindon Zine Fest
Saturday July 27th
at Central Community Centre, in Swindon (UK)
I’ll table with my zines

North West Zine Fest
Sunday July 28th
at People’s History Museum, in Manchester (UK)
I’ll table with my zines

Zine workshop at Mothers & Daughters: some photos

On Saturday June 9th, I did a zine workshop at Mothers & Daughters, the temporary lesbian bar in Brussels. It was a lot of fun and lots of people participated and stayed till the evening to finish up their zines. So nice to see all that creativity! That is why I do such workshops…


If you have the chance to visit Mothers and Daughters still this month, don’t hesitate and don’t miss it! It’s an awesome and unique place that was really needed, judging from the full programme and great and enthusiastic attendence.

Unfortunately it’s only a temporary space but who knows, someone might be inspired and get the idea to start up something new after June… Anyway, I would like to thank the awesome Mothers & Daughters team for inviting me to do my workshop there and supplying us with a lovely space, lots of materials, colourful paper and a copymachine!

Here are some photos of the workshop as well as resources that we discussed during the workshop.

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