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From the site: 'Archive Six is a small press and zine distributor based in Seattle. It was originally set up to distribute personal work but eventually expanded to include work centered around important topics like art, social justice, feminism, WOC, intersectionality, fat activism, and survival.'
From the site: 'Boston Anarchist Black Cross functions as the defensive arm of local anarchist struggles. We work to forge an organized support network for local activists in need and for folks behind bars. We seek the total abolition of prisons and work on projects in support of this cause.'
From the site: 'Brown Recluse Zine Distro was created to support and center zines written by people of color. This project was born out of passion for zines and frustration at the lack of representation and meaningful zine material for POC.'
From the site: 'Here you can find feminist zine distros in the US/Canada, Europe, Australia/New Zealand and Asia, distributing grrrl and lady zines, riot grrrl zines, transgender zines, zines by grrrls of color, lesbian/queer zines and many others!'
From the site:'Quimby's is an independently owned bookstore that sells independently-published and small press books, comics, zines and ephemera. We favor the unusual, the aberrant, the saucy and the lowbrow.' I lived a block from Quimby's Queer Store in the early 90s. Highly recommended!
From the site: 'Here is a long list of non-comprehensive links to old school and new school fanzines, most of them free, published as PDFs and in print.' A substantial re-design of the list has been promised, so look out for that.
From the site: '...you will find over 200 zine titles, books, and a variety of DIY items. The zine writers we work with are from all over the US and around the globe. They write about a variety of topics, such as mental health, feminism, body image, parenting, food, travel, art, survival, fiction stories, and so much more!'
From the site: 'Wasted Ink Zine Distro is a zine library and store front located in Phoenix, Arizona. We house hundreds of zines and serve as a home base for Arizona zinesters looking for a DIY hub and creative space for self publishing and zines.'