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mag@zine #2: Print, Gender, Sex

 

mag@zine#2: Print, Gender, Sex published by Artbook @ MoMA PS1 Magazine Store, designed by Actual Source, and edited by Kristen Mueller. Email magsmomaps1@artbook.com to order!

 

Features The Funambulist’s Léopold Lambert, Bronx Narratives’s Dondre Green and Here There Be Dragons’ Jessica Myers on the politics of publishing; Dizzy Magazine editors Milah Libin and Arvid Logan on creating inclusive intergenerational art spaces on and off the page; works on paper by zine-makers Brie Moreno, Sweetie Pea’s Printhouse, Jennifer Shear, Justin Cole Smith, Jeffrey Cheung, Sasha Zirulnik and Zora Moniz; reviews of new and notable magazines Closing Ceremony, F.R. David, MacGuffin Magazine, MOLD, Momma Tried, Scalawag, Shoplifters, Shukyu, Type Life and Wallet; Sinister Wisdom editor Julie R Enszer, PhD on lesbian herstory and distributing the longest-running lesbian-feminist multicultural arts journal; Sinister Wisdom #107: Black Lesbians—We Are the Revolution editor JP Howard on the issue’s Pat Parker-inspired theme of revolution, with artwork by Akinfe Fatou, Abena Addo and Nye’ Lyn Tho; WIP: (W)omen (I)n (P)ublishing’s quiz and tear-out survey on supporting a community of women in art publishing by Sonel Breslav and Corina Reynolds; introductions to twentysix Women in (Magazine) Publishing, including Elana Schlenker, Florence Gagnon, Alexis Barnett, Mindy Abovitz Monk, Lara Burke, Louise Bannister, Deidre Dyer, Elise By Olsen, The Bettys, Danielle Pender and many more; Mini Kittens Major Problems riso-printed zine insert by Homocats’ J Morrison; GenderFail Archive Project’s recently-published thesis GenderFail: The Queer Ethics of Dissemination by Be Oakley; GenderFail Archive’s selection of publications centered around an expanded queer and feminist experience from Artbook @ MoMA PS1 Magazine Store; Effects Journal editors Christopher Page and Orlando Reade on giving artists space to share research that often goes unseen in exhibitions; Clementine Keith-Roach’s Organlust, two atlases of breast prostheses inspired by Aby Warburg’s Mnemosyne Atlas; plus Lakshmi Luthra and Nicolas G. Miller’s Genital Speculation, positing the body as a site of resistance and reforming the erotic by reimagining its parts.