We gots a new book out soon people—from our investigations of the fashion industry in Vienna, Austria—but you can pre-order it now at Pressing Concern Books.

We gots a new book out soon people—from our investigations of the fashion industry in Vienna, Austria—but you can pre-order it now at Pressing Concern Books.

mothersnewsofficial:

i want to see all the weird free newspapers / magazines that have popped up in the past couple years. please send to mothers news po box 29081 providence ri 02909. nonfree also ok

mothersnewsofficial:

i want to see all the weird free newspapers / magazines that have popped up in the past couple years. please send to mothers news po box 29081 providence ri 02909. nonfree also ok

emotionaldistance:

comicsworkbook:

Comics Workbook Magazine #5 is now available from Copacetic Comics here
This issue features an interview with The Ladydrawers Comic Collective’s Melissa Mendes and Anne Elizabeth Moore by Zach Mason, a review of Haruo Musuko’s Wandering Son by Laura Knetzger, a review of Yuichi Yokoyama’s World Map Room by (moonlighting Paris Review editor) Nicole Rudick, a conversation between Mia Schwartz and Ben Urkowitz, and an interview with Walker Mettling of the Providence Comics Consortium by Zach Mason. Our best issue yet. 
Comics Workbook Magazine is edited by Andrew White and Zach Mason, and designed by Zach Mason. 

Very proud of this issue. Check out those heavy hitters, up there.
Special thanks to Melissa Mendes ( melissaannemendes ) and Anne Elizabeth Moore of The Ladydrawers ( ladydrawers ) and to Walker Mettling of The Providence Comics Consortium ( providencecomicsconsortium ) for making time to talk to me.

Have you guys seen this out in the wild yet? We haven’t but we’re so excited!!

emotionaldistance:

comicsworkbook:

Comics Workbook Magazine #5 is now available from Copacetic Comics here

This issue features an interview with The Ladydrawers Comic Collective’s Melissa Mendes and Anne Elizabeth Moore by Zach Mason, a review of Haruo Musuko’s Wandering Son by Laura Knetzger, a review of Yuichi Yokoyama’s World Map Room by (moonlighting Paris Review editor) Nicole Rudick, a conversation between Mia Schwartz and Ben Urkowitz, and an interview with Walker Mettling of the Providence Comics Consortium by Zach Mason. Our best issue yet. 

Comics Workbook Magazine is edited by Andrew White and Zach Mason, and designed by Zach Mason. 


Very proud of this issue. Check out those heavy hitters, up there.

Special thanks to Melissa Mendes ( melissaannemendes ) and Anne Elizabeth Moore of The Ladydrawers ( ladydrawers ) and to Walker Mettling of The Providence Comics Consortium ( providencecomicsconsortium ) for making time to talk to me.

Have you guys seen this out in the wild yet? We haven’t but we’re so excited!!

Come support us! In a party way!

brainframe:


Announcing the Brain Frame Yearbook Fundraiser and Poster Release Party!
Join us to celebrate the release of 3 new posters: collaborations with Lale Westvind (for BF13), Lane Milburn (for BF17), and Emily Hutchings (for BF18). These and all other Brain Frame posters will be on sale, with proceeds helping fund the Brain Frame Yearbook!
The Brain Frame Yearbook is a 3-year catalogue of every performer, performance and Brain Frame experience. We’ll be showing sample pages, selling ad spaces and pre-­sale books, and accepting donations. If you come to this party, you can also contribute quotes, drawings, and grubby fingerprints to preserve forever in the annals of performative comix history.
We will also be announcing the winners of our yearbook superlatives, with special prizes! Prom King! Prom Queen! Most Likely to Injure the Audience! Best Vomit! and more! Vote on superlatives before June 15th by scrolling down here: http:brainframe.tumblr.com/yearbook
Plus: Games! Drawing! Music! Food! Beer! Dancing! Photo Booth! Retribution!
Friday, June 27th, 7pm-12am $5 :: 1542 N Milwaukee Ave, second floor

Come support us! In a party way!

brainframe:

Announcing the Brain Frame Yearbook Fundraiser and Poster Release Party!

Join us to celebrate the release of 3 new posters: collaborations with Lale Westvind (for BF13), Lane Milburn (for BF17), and Emily Hutchings (for BF18). These and all other Brain Frame posters will be on sale, with proceeds helping fund the Brain Frame Yearbook!

The Brain Frame Yearbook is a 3-year catalogue of every performer, performance and Brain Frame experience. We’ll be showing sample pages, selling ad spaces and pre-­sale books, and accepting donations. If you come to this party, you can also contribute quotes, drawings, and grubby fingerprints to preserve forever in the annals of performative comix history.

We will also be announcing the winners of our yearbook superlatives, with special prizes! Prom King! Prom Queen! Most Likely to Injure the Audience! Best Vomit! and more! Vote on superlatives before June 15th by scrolling down here: http:brainframe.tumblr.com/yearbook

Plus: Games! Drawing! Music! Food! Beer! Dancing! Photo Booth! Retribution!

Friday, June 27th, 7pm-12am $5 :: 1542 N Milwaukee Ave, second floor

Mancoward

kurtbraunohler:

Last week I did the Mancow morning radio show in Chicago.

It did not go well.

As a comic, I’ve done a lot of morning radio. It’s the main press for most Midwest clubs. Never have I had an experience like the one I just had.

Everybody is familiar with the Morning Zoo stereotype – the sound…

ladyh8rs:

SC state Sen. Mike Fair
Believing that homosexuality is “not normal,” he has convinced the University of South Carolina Upstate to cancel a satirical one-woman show called, “How to Be a Lesbian in 10 Days or Less.”
"It’s just not normal and then you glorify, or it seems to me, that the promotion at USC is a glorification of same sex orientation… That’s not an explanation of ‘I was born this way.’ It’s recruiting."
(link)

ladyh8rs:

SC state Sen. Mike Fair

Believing that homosexuality is “not normal,” he has convinced the University of South Carolina Upstate to cancel a satirical one-woman show called, “How to Be a Lesbian in 10 Days or Less.”

"It’s just not normal and then you glorify, or it seems to me, that the promotion at USC is a glorification of same sex orientation… That’s not an explanation of ‘I was born this way.’ It’s recruiting."

(link)

kalidraws:

✧Purple Bishounen✧
18x24 3 color screenprinted poster for Telegraph Gallery’s Prince Tribute Show! Look at all the awesome posters! Buy one! Bring him home, let him treat you right~
(THIS WAS A LOT OF FUN YOU GUYS)

kalidraws:

✧Purple Bishounen✧

18x24 3 color screenprinted poster for Telegraph Gallery’s Prince Tribute Show! Look at all the awesome posters! Buy one! Bring him home, let him treat you right~

(THIS WAS A LOT OF FUN YOU GUYS)

campfrienemy makes comics about menstruation.

episode 17: wheee!if you are missing episode 16, it’s further down here (where you can read all previous episodes) because i messed up when trying to post them in the right order.(“stories from the period period” is an ongoing series of cartoons about a woman and her menstruation)

campfrienemy makes comics about menstruation.

episode 17: wheee!

if you are missing episode 16, it’s further down here (where you can read all previous episodes) because i messed up when trying to post them in the right order.
(“stories from the period period” is an ongoing series of cartoons about a woman and her menstruation)

ATTN CHICAGO QUEER AND TRANS ARTISTS:

tera-byte:

waterbears:

chicago-diy:

chicago-diy:

fedupfestchicago:

we are looking for Fed Up Fest art! logos, tshirt designs, flier art, whatever art that we could use for promotional materials and merchandise! submit art or questions to…

Scrolled through texts with women friends to collect these standard end of night check-ins/byes/goodnights:

durgapolashi:

"Home safe?"

"txt when you reach urs"

"Lemme know when you’re home xx"

"Home?"

"Reached! xo"

"Get home ok?"

"txt me to say you reached"

"Home! You?"

"Text when you get home! xo"

"Home xx"

"Get home safe"