Issue 1

Kimala Price

The Unsurprising Overturn of Roe v. Wade: A Black Feminist Reflection
--A personal essay--

Kimala Price is a Professor and Chair of Women's Studies at San Diego State University. In addition to her research & scholarship on reproductive health policy & politics, she has a strong commitment to feminist activism and policy advocacy. For nearly three decades, Dr. Price has been active in the reproductive rights & reproductive justice movements.
Winnie Soon

Queering Code Manual
--A code poem and user manual--

Winnie Soon is a Hong Kong-born artist coder & researcher interested in the cultural implications of digital infrastructure that addresses wider power asymmetries. They are Course Leader at the Creative Computing Institute, University of the Arts London, and also Associate Professor (on leave) at Aarhus University.

Issue 2

Mara Karagianni

Admin Lovers
--A code poem--

Mara Karagianni is an artist, software developer & system administrator. Their work involves computational and analogue media for publishing, print-making, python programming, making technical user manuals, & writing about the internet, FOSS & feminism.
Fran Lock

Dispatches from the Bestiary

Fran Lock is a poet, activist, essayist, editor, & the out-going Judith E. Wilson Poetry Fellow (2023). Her most recent chapbook is Forever Alive (Dare-Gale Press, 2022); & recent collections are Hyena! Jackal! Dog! (Pamenar Press, 2021) and White/ Other (87 Press, 2022). She is Associate Editor at socialist arts cooperative Culture Matters where she edited The Cry of the Poor: An anthology of radical writing about poverty (2021).
Camille Auer

Ruff Knowledge
--A poem--

Camille Auer is a trans-disciplinary artist & writer. Her art practice has always been theory driven, but instead of illustrating existing theories she uses forms ranging from sound, moving image, performance & text-based installations as modes of thinking in their own right. A common theme in her diverse body of work is the othering of trans & nonhuman bodies, such as herself or queer birds. Her work is currently supported by the Finnish Cultural Foundation.

Issue 3

Rosa María García

Reproductive Alternatives and the End of the State
--An essay--

Rosa María García is a working-class white non-binary trans person. She works as a translator, freelance researcher & writer. She has translated Whipping Girl (Julia Serano, 2020), Trans (Shon Faye, 2022), & Transgender Marxism (Gleeson and O'Rourke ed., 2023; not yet published). In 2024 she will publish Maps for a Trans Insurrection with Kaótica Libros.
Xeito Fole

(To be) Molecular
--A Net Art work--

Xeito Fole is a multimedia artist & transfeminist & anti-speciesist activist. Cultural agitator expert in transfeminisms and GSRDI. Their work embodies an experimental and experiential dialogue, that emerges from their political practice, fragmented methodologies, and creative processes, with a critical and transversal perspective between art, activism, cultural policies, and education.
Nat Raha

--Three poems--

Dr Nat Raha is a poet, activist-scholar, & Lecturer at Glasgow School of Art. Her poetry includes of sirens, body & faultlines (Boiler House Press, 2018), countersonnets (Contraband Books, 2013) and apparitions (nines) (Nightboat Books, 2024). With Mijke van der Drift, Nat is co-authoring Trans Femme Futures: An Abolitionist Ethics for Transfeminist Worlds (2024).
Rosa María García

Alternativas reproductivas y el fin del Estado
--Un ensayo--

Rosa María García es una persona trans no binaria blanca de clase obrera. Trabaja como traductore, investigadore independiente y escritore. Ha traducido Whipping Girl (Julia Serano, 2020), Trans (Shon Faye, 2022), yTransgender Marxism (Gleeson and O'Rourke ed., 2023; aún no publicado). En 2024 publica Mapas para una insurrección trans con Kaótica Libros.


Various authors

Waking in the dark
--Poems in solidarity with Palestine--

𝑾𝒂𝒌𝒊𝒏𝒈 𝒊𝒏 𝒕𝒉𝒆 𝒅𝒂𝒓𝒌 poems were printed as a double-sided sheetZine and handed out as a set, or as solo sheets, on marches in London & Barcelona on 9/12/2023. They are the poems sent in response to a call out four days earlier.