Toronto Queer Zine Fair is an alternative zine fair focusing on the radical and political history/philosophy of zines and giving a platform to those often under-represented in zine culture.
This tour is all about survival. What things do we do to survive the winter? What things do we do to survive every day? Lets share our tips, our strategies, our ways of coping, and our stories.
Maranda Elizabeth writes about mental health & illness, genderqueerosity, writing & creativity, self-care & support, and how to create a meaningful daily life.
Eric Levitt writes zines on the intersection of radical gayness, queerness, body fascism and radical politics.
Eddie O writes about supporting survivors and creating alternative structures of support and mutual aid with a focus on their own experience surviving abuse and recovering from trauma.
Local ‘zinsters are also welcome to read with TQZF on their Hamilton stop. Priority will be given to priority given to people of colour, trans* folks, & non-binary folks.
When: Tuesday, December 17 at 2pm
Where: YWCA – 75 MacNab Street South, Hamilton ON
Cost: $0-$5/Pay What You Can/ABSOLUTELY NO ONE TURNED AWAY
Find out all the cities that TQZF is stopping at this winter – https://www.facebook.com/events/198607163657101/
Co-presented by SACHA and TQZF
December 17th is the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers