Are you ready for the 2nd annual Phx Zine Fest?! We are thrilled to bring you even MORE vendors from last year, a slue of wonderful panels and guest speakers, and all day zine activities!
Parking and admission to the fest is 100% free! Our venue is wheelchair accessible and right in the heart of downtown Phoenix. Please put this event on your calendar and we can’t wait to see you in October!
Zines are and forever will be anything you make them!
Panels & Guest Speaker Schedule:
After Party Entertainment:
Questions? Concerns? Want to get involved? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.phxzinefest.com. Keep up to date on our social media accounts as well!
We’re back again with a round of new and upcoming punk documentaries. Obviously, most won’t be easy to find, but there are some really great ones that will be ready for your eyeballs soon enough.
Join us. Learn some stuff. Hear some great stories.
A look at the subversive movement that started during the AIDS epidemic of the 1980’s and continues strong today. Covering zines, films, bands, art, hi-jinks, and more from the likes of Bruce LaBruce, G.B. Jones, Genesis P-Orridge, John Waters, Kathleen Hanna, Kim Gordon, Peaches, and many others you might just have heard of. Get your fill of rad-queer, riot grrrl, diy punk, camp, and awesome right here! This one is making the film circuit and will hopefully be out for the rest of us soon.
Tucson’s premier volunteer-run alternative arts/politics collective, Dry River Radical Resource Center, has hit a financial roadblock and seeks the community’s help to stay above ground.
Current fundraising efforts has raised about one-tenth of the set goal, with the Dry River Collective putting out the following update:
“Over the past six years, we have been host to countless shows, classes, presentations, and benefits for activist projects from a local to international scale. We stay open without pay most of the week with a computer lab, library, and free store, as well as a venue space where local and touring bands can play.
However, this has not been without setbacks. During the past year we have fallen drastically behind on our rent and are now faced with contemplating the future of our space. We’re working on long-term fundraising options, but without immediate financial help, it is unlikely that we will stay open until year’s end.”
For ways to help, follow this link to Save the Dry River!
(Radical Resources: A Story of the Dry River Collective documentary film short courtesy of Pan Left Productions)
In HOW TO GET READY FOR THE APOCALYPSE – One suburban man’s attempt to get ready by 2012 while holding down a day job because you can’t be too sure, slam poet Kevin Patterson is learning the skills required to survive if the Mayans happen to be right.