I reprint some of my riot grrrl zines i did in my teens (1993-1997) that were personal/feminist. I've done 3 issues of the zine sweetheart redux since 2014 - interviews, poetry, fiction, and I just did a mini zine called Nite Rhymes, a 1/4 zine of grown-up nursery rhymes dealing with promiscuity, addiction and daughter/mother relationship et al.
- Feminist/Riot Grrrl
Same as always! Feminism, my relationship with my mom, surviving a physical trauma, and some great interviews (with Vic Godard, Francesca Lia Block, Sam McPheeters, Mecca Normal).
I started in 1993 because I was lucky enough to live in the dawn of riot grrrl and all the wonderful things sent between grrrls in the mail (zines, letters, mix tapes...).
My first zine series lasted from 1993 - 1997 and was called Sweetheart. It was about feminism, being picked on for being weird (and other high school stuff), my relationship with my mom, surviving a physical trauma.
Imagining someone else reading them and liking them.
I've done several one-offs, including a mini-zine I did last month, "Nite Rhymes."