How to Talk to Your Racist Uncle
How to Talk to Your Racist Uncle
A zine of notes and key ideas from the workshop, with illustrations.
Dear Racist Uncle
A zine which combines a range of creative reflections from the workshop participants.
Addressing The Racism In The Room
A comic drawing on key themes and ideas from the workshop, showing anti-racist communications in action.
Radical Zine Series
A project which recruits local zinemakers to illustrate and redesign radical texts from The Freedom Shop zine catalogue. Find out more.
The Fourth World War Has Begun
In 1994, Subcomandante Marcos of the Zaptistas wrote this essay arguing that neoliberal ideologies have begun violently reshaping the globe.
Landlord Neutral 2030
Written by Jack Foster, Dylan Taylor and Murdoch Stephens. First published in Counterfutures Journal 2021.
An exploration of the European Witch hunts and the rise of capitalism. Written by Lady Stardust.
Eternal War on the Hitler Youth
An account of the The Edelweiss Pirates, a youth resistance movement against Hitler Youth initiatives.
Are We All New Zealanders Now?
A Māori response to the Pākehā quest for indigeneity. Written by Dr Ani Mikaere.
Written by Emily Tuhi-Ao Bailey, this text is a practical guide to the many ways native plants can support our tīnana when we aren’t well.
Police & You
This original text from The Freedom Shop provides practical advice for people who are interacting with Police in Aotearoa.
Dare to be a Daniel!
The story of how a revolutionary syndicalist union was built in 1910. Written by Wilf McCartney in 1942.
The Terror of the Dawn Raids
A historical account of brutally racist government action in the 1970s. Written by Melani Anae in 2020.
The Problem with White Saviours
An account of a problematic New Zealand charity mission sailing to Tonga to provide medical aid. By Simone Kaho, published in E-Tangata.
The Tyranny of the Clock
Written by George Woodcock in 1944, this text considers how the introduction of the clock embedded time as a capitalist resource.
Disability Zine Project
A project which recruits disabled creatives to make zines about their experiences of disability. Each zine is available here as a free download. Find out more.
Ride The Wave
An illustrated zine documenting how the creator's world shifted following the onset of various conditions, and the ways she has managed since.
This is What a Disabled Body Looks Like
A zine combining poetry, quotes and watercolour portraits of the creator's disabled friends.
This is Not a Happy Zine
A zine exploring the interesections of disability, chronic pain, invisible illness and neurodivergence.
I Don't Dream of Labour
A zine which explores what it's like living with endometriosis, and how to make a workplace more accessible for people with the condition.
Me to Stay Home
A collaborative zine edited by Pinky Fang which brings together illustrations, poetry, writing and comics by various disabled creatives. The zine explores how disabled and immunocompromised communities are impacted by the anti-vax, anti-mask and COVID denial movements.
A zine of colourful digital collages and writing which explores the creator's experience of disability and struggle with the medical system.
An illustrated zine documenting what it can be like living with chronic pain.
Wainui's Low Vision Algorithm
A zine which uses algorithmic coding to demonstrate the choices people with low vision must navigate each day.
A collaborative zine series produced in 2021. COVEN zines combine illustrations, poetry, collage, short stories and articles around the theme of witchcraft and the coven.
The Archive is Alive
In partnership with LAGANZ (Lesbian and Gay Archives New Zealand), Wellington Zinefest have run collaborative zine workshops inspired by, and using collaged materials from, New Zealand's queer archives. Find out more.
This volume explores the history of various queer identities.
Volume II: Gender Woo Woo
This edition focuses specifically on transgender history in Aotearoa.
Daring to Think of Something Better
A collaborative zine which combines critiques of Aotearoa's prison systems with creative submissions.
A collection of essays and artwork by Aotearoa-based migrants of colour reflecting on the experience of isolation brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Saturns_Comics Issue Two
“A series of slice of life scenarios in the life of anime fan Katelyn and her friends." Issue two of the series.
Colour Us In!
A sea life-themed colouring-in zine filled with beautiful illustrations. Also available as an A3 printable version here.
A zine on growing up and exploring identity.
Simple Plastic-Free Tips
A short illustrated zine featuring tips for reducing plastic waste. Also available in an A3 printable version here.
A zine based on Jen's thesis on embodied, wild swimming through intertidal zones in Te Whanganui-a-Tara.
Did Witches Use Psychoactive Drugs?
An excerpt from a forthcoming book, this zine explores historical claims of psychoactive drug use by witches.
Saturns_Comics Issue One
"A collection of stories of the villainous misconduct of our hero and antagonistic protagonist, Peepo". Issue one of the series.
Help! I've Seen a Banded Bird
A field guide which explains what you can do when encountering a banded bird.
A Field Guide to Being a Trans Woman in Aotearoa
A collection of tips, insights and learnings that the writer discovered during her transition.
Created after the COVID-19 Alert Level Four lockdown in 2020, this reflects on the experiences of domestic lockdown against those incarcerated in prisons in Aotearoa.
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