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The Smell of Our Own: Parental Edition with Simon & Judy Borer

Prepared Pianos: An interview with Judy Borer by Simon Borer Simon Borer is a musician, songwriter, poet and performer originally from RR #2 Renfrew, ON. He currently resides in Toronto, plays with his band Entire Cities, and performs stand-up comedy exclusively for his wife. For this edition of Smell of Our Own, Simon agreed to […]

Power Up!: Heartbeat for Barney

By Al Donato Often, creating is a conduit for catharsis. It’s why Tammy Duplantis made Heartbeat For Barney, a game tribute for her friend who passed away last September. Load up and you’re greeted with a great grey expanse, interrupted by three humming lines moving forever right. They loop once they hit an edge, like […]

Power Up: Play through a day of chronic fatigue syndrome with Robin

By Al Donato Many games capitalize on bad vibes. Grueling repetition is encouraged for grinding levels. Survival horror games milk jumpscares, and nausea is a real risk accompanying games that use virtual reality. Robin, a point-and-click game about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), doesn’t try to give players bleary-eyed backaches or make exhaustion fun. What it […]

Power Up! Personal Politics in Indie Gaming: The Zine Fair Lady

The Smell of Our Own: Jamiyla Lowe

Zine Philosophy: On Self-Care, Race and Representation in Zinemaking

Creative Politics: Responsible Event Organizing & Creative Practice During Rapid Gentrification

Online Extra: 6 Principles of Responsible Organizing for Artists

The Smell of Our Own: Thu Tran

The Smell of Our Own: Rea McNamara

The Smell of Our Own: Syrus Marcus-Ware

Burgomasterpiece Theatre: Issue 68

Small But Mighty: A Look at the Micro-Press Movement

Creative Politics: The Politics of a Press Photo

The Smell of Our Own: RM Vaughan speaks to Peter Dubé

Burgomasterpiece Theatre 1

Creative Politics: The Project of Asking

Creative Politics: A Positive Review of A Negative Review

Error State: Whose Games? Our Games!

Creative Politics: Dumpster Diving with Mom

Zines Are Undead

Jason and the Comics

Jason and the Comics

Jason and the Comics

Zine Philosophy

Deleted Zines

Error State

The Thing I Was Doing or Not Doing

Editor’s Note

Error State

Zine Philosophy

Deleted Zines – Digging the dirt on ex-zinesters

Goldstein on Goldstein – On style

Introducing Sarah Steinberg

Jason and the Comics

Goldstein on Goldstein: Animals, Nature, God and Goldstein

Deleted Zines: Digging the dirt on ex-zinesters

Editor’s Note

Zine Philosophy Gender and the horror genre

Goldstein on Goldstein

Zine Philosophy

Jason and the Comics

Zine Philosophy Myself, yourself, etc.

Deleted Zines Digging the dirt on ex-zinesters

Introducing Sarah Steinberg

Editor’s Note

Zine Philosophy

Goldstein on Goldstein

Zine Philosophy

Deleted Zines

Goldstein on Goldstein

Editor’s Note

Deleted Zines

Zine Philosophy

Editor’s Note

Zine Philosophy

Deleted Zines

Editor’s Note

Zine Philosophy

Jason and the Comics

Deleted Zines

Error State

Zine Philosophy

Introducing Sarah Steinberg

Editor’s Note

Jason and the Comics

Error State

Editor’s Note

Jason and the Comics

Zine Philosophy

Deleted Zines

Error State

Introducing Sarah Steinberg

Editor’s Note

Deleted Zines

Zine Philosophy

Jason and the Comics

Introducing Sarah Steinberg

Error State

Editor’s Note

Jason and the Comics

Deleted Zines

Introducing Sarah Steinberg

Error State

Editor’s Note

Backpage: Pictorial Profile: Becky Johnson

Column: Zine Philosophy

Column: Deleted Zines Digging the dirt on ex-zinesters

Column: Jason and the Comics

Column: Introducing Sarah Steinberg

Column: Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note