The Speakeasy is starting a book club to read QTPOC-relevant books, and you’re all invited to join.
Topics include love, full-figured fashion, depression & sobriety, rape of men in the military, debtor’s prison and more!
Sexy poetry, slow reading, an independent bookstore road trip, new old classic YA and more.
There’s something strange about ending a journal.
Pioneers Press was a sponsor for A-Camp 5.0 and we love them so so much! Come on in and find a new favorite zine to ease you into autumn.
Topics include horror in New Orleans, late ’70s gay life in Kansas, family farming, turning 14 in Cincinnati, Teach for America and more!
Are the pages of your journals festooned with book titles? Mine are.
Topics include the writing business, clothes & class, memes & misogynoir, Mary Beard, earthquakes, finding a place to be gay and so much more!
A library in a taxi, imaginary meals, must-read books by trans women and by or about queer Canadians, surpassing diversity checkboxes and more.
Today, we appropriate the norms of Buzzfeed to learn more about ourselves as journalers and humans.
This is bad feminism. And we are better for it.
Topics include the last true hermit, therapy, Cheryl Strayed, “the future of college,” the death penalty, summer jams and more!
Mary and Frances reveal the secrets of the diary-writing universe.
Topics include Hook, The Ivy League, Rachel Kaadzi Ghanash, sex work, crossword puzzles, Gurl.com and moar!
Boy do y’all love to read about rope bondage!
Highbrow and lowbrow literature, visualizing characters, an excerpt from “bad Feminist” and more!
She sings opera, bakes cookies, and owns more than half a dozen journals. What more could we ask for?
Topics include women in country music, pedophilia, the Estonia ferry sinking, Magnolia, retail scheduling, confessional writing, Ferguson and more.
Abbie has a collection of uni-ball roller pens and the coolest bangs south of the Mason-Dixon Line.
“The path of least resistance is to write off 50 Shades of Grey as harmless fluff, but frankly, after editing over one hundred novels full of distortions and abuse, I don’t think I could respect myself if I did so.”