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Feminist Publishing Forever

    Zinesters, we are the radical press. – Jonathan Valelly     Print publishing will never die. “For centuries, wherever mass defiance and collective power have swollen up, there has been print,” said Jonathan […]

Fall 2022

Read our feature interview with indie jazz artist Tara Kannangara; Meet Bonnie Robichaud, who was sexually harassed when she worked for the Canadian Military and won her case at the Supreme Court more than 30 […]

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Fall 2021

Fourth Wave feminism, Rewriting the Climate Apocalypse, I May Destroy You, Feds’ Anti-Violence Plan and more

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Rewriting the Climate Apocalypse

After spending years avoiding books about the environmental crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic finally pushed me to confront my uncomfortable fears about the Earth’s future.   Over the last year, I read more than a dozen […]

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Interview: Souvankham Thammavongsa

The exquisite and beguiling short story collection How to Pronounce Knife pierces the heart, leaving the reader melancholy but euphoric. Souvankham Thammavongsa’s ability to instill a spectrum of emotions is a testament to her startling, […]

Feeding the Fires of Change

For the last three years, Canadian singer-songwriter Kinnie Starr has been on a slow path of recovery from a severe brain injury she experienced following a car accident. Starr doesn’t remember much from that day […]