a bit about the borderlands

In April 2019 I spent a week camping near the US / Mexican border with Signal Fire’s program El Saguaro Y La Paloma. Guided by artist activists Amy Harwood and Patricia Vázquez, I explored the physical and political landscapes across which many people migrate. The experience humbled me, challenged my understanding of the border crisis, and inspired me to fight racist immigration policies. I’m thankful to my fellow Signal Fire campers who generously shared their knowledge and art-making. This zine documents some things I learned, some things I’m still pondering, and my continued hope for the humanitarian aid efforts extended to migrants.
 

$5 -- All proceeds donated to No More Deaths. 

a cure for seasonal depression

I wish; it's actually just a clever zine featuring how I take care of my mental health & maybe it will help you too but also see licensed professionals because my degree is in theatre & I sell donuts for a living, so... 

$5

johnny depp: a zine

Companion piece to the Philly SoLow Fest hit Johnny Depp: a Retrospective on Late-Stage Capitalism, this zine answers the big questions: Who is Johnny Depp? What is Late-Stage Capitalism? Why is Johnny Depp an unacknowledged yet nevertheless indisputable lesbian icon? Read this zine and get mad about our capitalist overlords! Grr!

$3

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customizable gift zine

(the classic) 

Give yourself or someone-you-want-to-feel-special this fancy handcrafted zine. (Or leave it blank and it can be a fancy journal!)   

$30 if you supply the text

price by negotiation if I supply the text

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customizable gift zine

(the accordion) 

Give yourself or someone-you-want-to-feel-special this fancy handcrafted zine. (Or leave it blank and it can be a fancy journal!)   

$30 if you supply the text

price by negotiation if I supply the text