Be The Bomb You Throw

Zines are great.  Obviously... but for many different reasons.  One of the reasons is that zines can be dangerous.  Subvursive.  Dirty and devious and delicious.  Like The Volcano #3... 

New zines from SWOU

The nice folks at Sex Workers Open University in London sent us some zines, including a copy of Trans Rentboys: Love Don't Pay the Rent in both English and French.  You can find them all here.

Moving Forward

It's taken about a year, but we've finally made it through the transfer of 400+ zines from our old archive software to the new system at  We're happy to announce that we're finally adding "new" zines to the digital archive...  Starting with S.C.A.B. from 1988.

S.C.A.B. cover

From the Punked Out Archives...

We are pleased to announce the release of our new QZAP zine From the Punked Out Files of the Queer Zine Archive Project.  It is the product of the QZAP 2014 summer residency project.  Last summer we invited a number of zine makers, scholars, and archivists to spend time within our physical space, reading and researching.  This is the outcome.
Including work by Rachael House, Jude Vachon, Joshua Burford, Elvis Bakaitis and Kelly McElroy, the zine is 60 pages of short articles, comics, cut-n-paste and mad libs. We have copies available for sale.