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Pre-Order Our Summer Zine

Ahh, it’s crazy y’all. We tried a new printer this time and we are so pleased with the bright colors and glossy pics. Only did a short run of 30 copies for now but we’ll probably print more for live events as the season kicks off. Keeping our prices under $10 for the youth so […]

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BlkGrl Book Tour Recap

I’ve been a zinester since 2014, toting my lil hand made books around to DIY events. We table and vend with fellow artists, often feeling like Lucy with her Psychiatric Help Stand, sharing with any who will listen the content of our books with passion and understanding. Some folks really don’t understand it, while some […]

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#Blkgrlswurld featured in Tom Tom Magazine :D

Yassss! Tom Tom is a magazine for female drummers and musicians, and we’ve been featured in their 31st issue! It’s based in NYC and it does so much great work inspiring women musicians and kicking serious ass in the rock scene. We are so honored they took an interest in our Black Girls Dreaming Coloring […]

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Cult of Luna & Julie Christmas Take Mariner to New Heights

I don’t recall exactly how I uncovered the album Mariner last year, a long distance collaboration between Swedish post-metal band Cult of Luna and local NYC vocalist, Julie Christmas. What I do remember is this seemingly brief album of 60 minutes transporting me to an ethereal wonderland of shadow shapes and misadventure. Across five tracks […]

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Books and Conversations

View this post on Instagram Ahh, so many lovely Black & Brown folks checking out self publishing & getting excited to make their own #zines ✨many thanks to @3dotzine for inviting us to table ✊🏾 . . . @devinnmorris @nontsimutiti @schomburglive #zinefair #zinefest #harlem #riso @endlesseditions #blkgrlswurld #blkcreatives #blackjoy #blkprint #blm #blacktranslivesmatter #punxofcolor #woc #qwoc […]

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Uncovering the Sci-fi Trope of Women Who Are ‘Born Sexy Yesterday’

Aw man, check out this project by Jonathan McIntosh of Pop Culture Detective, as he dives into a common trope of female characters who have the minds of children but the bodies of mature women. Its certainly a repetitive trope I was exposed to early on as a tween reader of Manga like Chobits and […]

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Music, Zines & Riso Machines

Phew! We spent the 1st four months of this year printing and editing new work and now we’re ready to share it with you \m/ this is the 1st year my sibs and I have Really dug deeply into the purpose of the zine and what inspires us to keep it going. Up until this […]

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The Problem with Shea Moisture

Brands still have a lot to learn about engaging on social media. Its been about 24 hours since Shea Moisture, owned by Sundial Brands, got dragged through Twitter and Facebook for their poorly executed ad promoting the use of their hair care products on mainstream glossy and eurocentric hair types. My interest is to take a […]

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Zine Fair at MoMA PS1 Music Fest, March 26th

MoMA PS1 and Other Music Present Come Together: Music Festival and Label Market Sunday, March 26th, 2017 12PM-6PM Coming up next week, #Blkgrlswurld Zine will join the Zine tables lead by Suffragette City art collective at the record label fair taking place during the music fest. Both labels and zinesters will be selling underground wares full of indie funk and […]

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NYC Women’s March & Other Nearby Events

I cannot wait to march this Saturday, Jan. 21st in NYC to stand up against the most dangerous political leadership of my generation. There are dozens of events going down around NYC to come together in resistance and to at least let these powers know that the people will be watching them very closely, and […]