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The Shortandqueer series is published by
The Shortandqueer series is published by . All of these zines are still available - contact him at PO Box 13559, Denver CO 80201 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Revision as of 16:55, 25 December 2006
The Shortandqueer series is published by [[Category:Zinester|shortandqueer]kelly]. All of these zines are still available - contact him at PO Box 13559, Denver CO 80201 or at email@example.com
shortandqueer #6: Now that I’m a dude – After being out as a transguy for about a year and a half, Kelly has had some ridiculous experiences. In shortandqueer #6, he write about how some things have changed in his life while others haven’t. Health, dating, co-workers, and weird interactions are the focus of this zine.
shortandqueer #5: The best thing that happened today was… (part 2) – This is a continuation of sq3, where Kelly wrote down the best thing that happened every day. This zine mostly takes place in Chicago.
shortandqueer #4: The Coming Out Issue – This zine documents interactions Kelly had with friends and family as he started coming out as transgendered. Much of the zine is about his relationship with his mom, e-mails back and forth, letters, etc, that illustrate how far she’s come to be supportive. It also includes some pieces Kelly wrote for The Tranny Roadshow.
shortandqueer #3: The best thing that happened today was… – For 101 days, Kelly wrote down the best thing that happened to him. This zine documents those best things, illustrating his sometimes silly, sometimes weird, sometimes boring and always geeky life.
shortandqueer #2: Things I like / don’t like – This zine was Kelly's attempt to get over his fear of drawing. In it, he illustrate things he likes and things he doesn't like.
shortandqueer #1: Friends are Important – Dedicated to his friends, Kelly wrote stories about and included pictures of those folks who have been important in his life over the years. While the stories are about those friends, it also gives lots of insight into his life.