Check out this awesome Dykes on Mykes interview from May 2006, it eatures an interview with Amber the editor, Anita the contributor and Evie Farmer reading a hot short story: click here!
Also, tomorrow's show will be about queer zine culture and Lickety Split contributor Robyn will likely be representing the zine...but check out this amazing talk:
Dykes on Mykes Radio, nomorepotlucks.org and the Simone de Beauvoir Institute present an open discussion about:
QUEER ZINE CULTURE
* VIVIANE NAMASTE, who will present: "Historical Reflections on Queer Punk Zines".
Viviane is the acting principal of the Simone de Beauvoir Institute and is so over "queer" but is going to talk about it anyway.
* CHRISTOPHER WILDE, who will talk about the past, present, and future of queer zines, with an emphasis on self-publishing, distribution, networking and activism within our community
Christopher is the co-founder of The Queer Zine Archive Project (qzap.org) zine editor of Abrupt Lane Edge and Wicked Wipeout, writer of the monthly QZines column for Queer Life Newspaper, a DJ, and community building activist in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
* LEILA POURTAVAF, who discuss the history of projet MOBILIVRE-BOOKMOBILE project, a traveling exhibit of artist books, zines and independent publications, as well as a newer, gayer initiative by members of the collective.
Leila is a Montreal based writer, activist and community organizer. She is a founding member of the projet MOBILIVRE-BOOKMOBILE project, an annual traveling exhibition of artist books, zines and independent publications.
Tuesday, November 28, 2006
5490 St. Laurent, Montréal
(Cross Street – St. Viateur)
* Tunes to follow with DJs Leila P, Kandis and Ms. Diamond*
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