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How young Londoners are joining forces for Grenfell
Activism

How young Londoners are joining forces for Grenfell

Creativity in motion — Off The Block is a new print magazine celebrating London’s diverse creative scene, with all profits going towards the victims of last year’s Grenfell Tower tragedy.

Written by: Emma Finamore

Vibrant shots of Britain’s strangest subcultures
Photography

Vibrant shots of Britain’s strangest subcultures

Budgies, beards & 99s — In The Ecstasy Of Everything – a new zine featuring 10 years worth of work – photographer Luke Stephenson depicts the British Isles at their most offbeat, bizarre and eclectic.

Written by: Niall Flynn

Viewing sexual subcultures through a sociological lens
Zine Scene

Viewing sexual subcultures through a sociological lens

Lust & desire — From cannibalism and butt play to homemade sex toys, Phile is the new zine exploring and celebrating sexual diversity around the world.

Written by: Salma Haidrani

Exploring subcultures through the lens of sportswear
Print

Exploring subcultures through the lens of sportswear

Sneakerheads — A new series of zines – produced by the Huck creative crew in collaboration with adidas Originals and size? – uses the adidas trainer archive as a springboard to discuss alternative culture on a broader scale.

Written by: HUCK HQ

Read an extract from Dream Nails’ reproductive justice zine
Zine Scene

Read an extract from Dream Nails’ reproductive justice zine

‘A trans man in a gynaecologist’ — Writer J Jones touches on the unspoken struggles of transgender men in an exclusive extract from Your Body Is Not Your Own – the reproductive justice zine from punk witch activists, Dream Nails.

Written by: J Jones

How to stand out in the self-publishing scene
Print

How to stand out in the self-publishing scene

Five tips from Good Press — Nervous about getting your zine out to the audience it deserves? Matthew Walkerdine from Glasgow’s indie institution, Good Press Gallery, shares his wisdom.

Written by: Salma Haidrani

The complicated relationship between food & race in the UK
Zine Scene

The complicated relationship between food & race in the UK

Skin Deep zine — The seventh issue of the London-based magazine Skin Deep explores the complex connections between British PoC and the modern food world. ‘‘There is no English history without our histories,’ explain co-founders Anuradha Henriques and Lina Abushouk.

Written by: Salma Haidrani

The sex zines you should be reading in 2018
Print

The sex zines you should be reading in 2018

Five of the best — From sex work and sordid confessionals, to contemporary art and cult comics: we round up the most boundary-breaking independent publications.

Written by: HUCK HQ

Dispelling the myths around Middle Eastern women
Print

Dispelling the myths around Middle Eastern women

Strength, self-love & sexuality — Blending beautiful photography and thoughtful storytelling, Azeema is the new publication celebrating women from across North Africa and the Middle East. ‘We won’t put anything that isn’t strong or empowering,’ explains co-founder Sunayah Arshad.

Written by: Salma Haidrani

The all-women zine fusing fashion and football
Print

The all-women zine fusing fashion and football

Here come the girls — Smashing stereotypes in a male-dominated industry, SEASON is a new publication devoted to female football fans. Founder Felicia Pennant explains why it’s time we levelled the playing field.

Written by: Cady Siregar

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