POC Zine Project presents a massive list of zines, plus info on where you can get them and so much more. Zines for days!
As QZAP notes on their website, “people of color started the radical queer revolution and kick started the queer zine scene.” There are many QTPOC zines on qzap.org, nearly a hundred at Barnard and thousands more out there in the world; and thousands more out there in the world; this list is not meant to represent all zines created by QTPOC. Use it as a rabbit hole of sorts on your path toward discovering more queer zines by people of color.
I’ve only read a few few of these so far but they were all fucking great!
Here’s a comic I made a long time ago and never published. The text is from the introduction to A New Queer Agenda by Joseph N. DeFilippis.
This is really good and full of important, sad truths.
Pretty sure this has been on here before but here it is again because it’s a perfect photo.
dont know this band but OH MERCY
They’re really good! They’ve got lots of songs on youtube, and some interviews and documentary stuff about them is up as well. And yeah, these dudes looked so fucking awesome. They were from Philly but moved to NYC and were in the same scene as Ramones and whatnot. They formed in 74 and were one of the first all black punk bands.
JP Mika, Mami Wata, 2012
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Whoa this is pretty awesome.