Ladyfriend

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'''Ladyfriend Zine''' is a biannual [[small press publication]] celebrating female friendship of all kinds. Each themed issue showcases a range of well-curated submissions that represent how different and complex women’s experiences really are. The shoe issue, for instance, includes one woman’s story of chasing off car thieves in high-heeled boots, a piece on living in rural Madagascar without footwear, and a feature about Aimee Mullins, an award-winning athlete born without feet.  
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'''Ladyfriend Zine''' is a biannual photocopied small press publication celebrating female friendship of all kinds.
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Each themed issue showcases a range of well-curated submissions that represent how different and complex women’s experiences really are. The shoe issue, for instance, includes one woman’s story of chasing off car thieves in high-heeled boots, a piece on living in rural Madagascar without footwear, and a feature about Aimee Mullins, an award-winning athlete born without feet.  
Ladyfriend periodically tours the country with readings and public workshops: Editor/Publisher [[Christa Donner]] teams up with local ladyfriends in each city to read stories out loud, play a human-sized board game with audience members, and collect words of wisdom for another of her [[zine]] projects called [[Free Advice]].
Ladyfriend periodically tours the country with readings and public workshops: Editor/Publisher [[Christa Donner]] teams up with local ladyfriends in each city to read stories out loud, play a human-sized board game with audience members, and collect words of wisdom for another of her [[zine]] projects called [[Free Advice]].

Revision as of 04:24, 29 September 2007

Ladyfriend Zine is a biannual photocopied small press publication celebrating female friendship of all kinds.

Each themed issue showcases a range of well-curated submissions that represent how different and complex women’s experiences really are. The shoe issue, for instance, includes one woman’s story of chasing off car thieves in high-heeled boots, a piece on living in rural Madagascar without footwear, and a feature about Aimee Mullins, an award-winning athlete born without feet.

Ladyfriend periodically tours the country with readings and public workshops: Editor/Publisher Christa Donner teams up with local ladyfriends in each city to read stories out loud, play a human-sized board game with audience members, and collect words of wisdom for another of her zine projects called Free Advice.

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