For decades, women have been using independent zines to discuss the issues that matter to them – rejecting the mainstream media’s misogyny to take issues into their own hands.
Off The Block is a new print magazine celebrating London’s diverse creative scene, with all profits going towards the victims of Grenfell Tower tragedy.
From cannibalism and butt play to homemade sex toys, Phile is the new zine exploring sexual diversity around the world.
Writer J Jones reveals the unspoken struggles of trans men in an exclusive extract from Your Body Is Not Your Own – a zine dedicated to reproductive justice.
Nervous about getting your zine out to the audience it deserves? Matthew Walkerdine from Glasgow’s indie institution, Good Press Gallery, shares his wisdom.
The seventh issue of the London-based magazine Skin Deep explores the complex connections between British PoC and the modern food world.
In a new zine, Welsh photographer Elijah Thomas documents the colourful characters that make up the tight-knit communities he calls home.
From sex work and sordid confessionals, to contemporary art and cult comics: we round up the most boundary-breaking independent publications.
Blending beautiful photography and thoughtful storytelling, Azeema is the new publication celebrating women from across North Africa and the Middle East.
Polyester promotes femininity while rejecting the confines of minimalism. Now they're putting out three special zines to mark their third birthday.
Photographer Neil Massey spent six years living in Vietnam. Now, in his first collection of self-published zines, he captures the hidden corners of the hectic city.
TalkShit is a mixed-media zine by Yedihael Canat and Arthur Hun, giving readers an intimate look at the everyday lives of young skaters looking for fun and freedom.