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This zine series is produced by the Queer Zine Archive Project, located in Milwaukee, WI. This is a zine about queer zines and queer zine librarianship.

Scratch: The Zine from Project Q Milwaukee

Published in Milwaukee, WI by Project Q. From the introduction:

“What is Scratch you ask? Scratch is a queer youth produced zine from Project Q. Scratch is put together by Project Q’s peer counselors and educators (PCE’s) and other youth leaders and brought to you free of charge. 124 more words


Girlfriends was a quarterly zine published by Peripheral Press. The first issue was released in spring 1991.

The first page proclaims that,

Girlfriends is a quarterly zine for young TV/TS/Crossdressers with attitude and style.”

Reimagining Queer Community

Reimagining Queer Community is a 20 page, 1/4 sized zine written by Rachel (of Hoax Zine).  Rachel describes the zine as,

“… a personal investigation into my  evolving relationship to queerness, as well as some of the ways in which i navigate queer spaces around me. 56 more words

Awkward at the Doctor

Awkward at the Doctor was created in 2010 by Jennifer Busby, Lance Heisler, and Kari Odden in Eugene, OR. This zine critiques the failure of mainstream health care to meet the needs of LGBTQIA+ folks. 96 more words

Gender Trouble

A short, yet sweet, mini-zine that touches upon the fluidity of gender and the social repercussions of perceived gender transgressions. This zine features hand drawn illustrations. 19 more words

The Incredibly True Adventures of a Kid and His Starship

Subtitled: The Reactionary Issue

This is the first perzine (personal zine) of Vermicious Knid.  Within, Knid provides a funny and compelling narrative of summer adventures in his car, the STARSHIP VERMES. 40 more words