The Denver Zine Library is thrilled about a new venture with WaterCourse Foods, which is now selling zines out of their delicious restaurant!
Check out these incredible zines available now!
The Talbot-Heindl Experience, LLC
The B’K Bitchin’ Book No. 1 – $15
For the 5th anniversary of compilation zine, The Bitchin’ Kitsch, the Talbot-Heindl Experience, LLC decided to do an open submission, juried book competition. The result is a wonderful compilation of writing and artwork from all your favorite submitters to The B’K, as well as some new blood. The B’K is a zine (and now a book) for artists, poets, prose writers, or anyone else who has something to say.
The Talbot-Heindls’ are a couple unlike any other. So completely awesome, they’ve been compared, in public, to John Lennon and Yoko Ono.* Both Chris and Dana Talbot-Heindl love all things creative. Their passion possessed them to create a zine in July of 2010, for anyone and everyone who has something to say with an artistic medium. That zine, The Bitchin’ Kitsch, has since taken off and gone international!
*It was only the one time, but it still counts.
Lonnie MF Allen
Delineate – $5
Delineate is collection of strips exploring the jocular and wistful moments of life. Philosophy expressed through snippets of conversations.
Lonnie MF Allen heart of poet and the mind of steel trap. He went to school at the University of Denver for fine arts, but made comics instead. As a cartoonist, his artwork and comics have appeared in The Westword, Birdy, Suspect Press, and The Denver Post, as well as for comic publishers Dark Horse and Image Comics. He has been Eisner nominated. Lonnie MF Allen is the cat-wrangler of Denver Drink & Draw and works as a writer, cartoonist, illustrator, and graphic designer. Feel free to solicit him for work or favors at email@example.com.
QAT Person – $5
Autobiographical comics about queer, asexual, and trans identity (ages 13+)
Ugly Little Beast – $3
A nonbinary monster tries to find a job as a rat catcher (all ages)
The comics of Dylan Edwards have been featured in several notable anthologies, including the Ignatz Award-winning QU33R (Northwest Press, 2013), the Lambda Literary Award-winning No Straight Lines (Fantagraphics, 2012), and the Lambda Literary Award-winning Beyond Anthology (Beyond Press, 2015). He is the author of Transposes, a graphic novel about queer-identified transmasculine people. In 2016, the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association honored him with their Award for Outstanding Transgender Coverage.
T and Olivia Hunte
Intersections – $15
Intersections was created by a group of queer women of color to provide a space for sharing and celebrating the beauty and diversity that exists within our communities and within our own identities and intersectionality. As we navigate life, surviving and thriving, while honoring all of our identities we invite you to engage with our journeys depicted and written within this zine.
T is a goofy brown queer who enjoys sports, cooking, art things, and dancing. She spends most of her free time playing with her puppy and finding ways to bring down the imperialist white supremacist capitalist patriarchy.
Olivia identifies as a badass, queer black woman dedicated to fighting systemic oppression and challenging privilege through social work, words, and life in general.
Shortandqueer 16 – $2
After receiving a touching letter, Kelly Shortandqueer decided to interview his 88-year-old grandfather when visiting family on the east coast. The interview includes his growing up, being Jewish in the army in WWII, his adult life and his relationship with Kelly (including his reaction to Kelly’s identity as transgender).
Shortandqueer 17 – $2.50
The next installment of “the best thing that happened today was…”, this issue covers the entire year of 2010. Kelly Shortandqueer continues documenting the best thing about each day in journal format.
Shortandqueer 18 – $2.50
On April 15, 2013, Kelly Shortandqueer had top surgery, a chest reconstruction procedure as part of his transition from female to male. Issue 18 of shortandqueer covers his process of making the decision, preparation for and recovery from surgery.
Kelly Shortandqueer is one of the co-founders of the Denver Zine Library. For the past decade, Kelly has been publishing the Shortandqueer zine series, each issue focusing on a different theme through the lens of being queer and transgender. His storytelling has been featured on the Mortified podcast, The Narrators stage as well as through a collaboration between the Narrators and DCPA’s Off-Center at the Jones Theater, in a show titled “Lived/Re-Lived”.
Denver Zine Library merch
Mugs – $10
Pint Glasses – $7
Tote Bags – $10 (available in red and blue)
2017 DZL calendar- $12
Interested in selling your zines at WaterCourse?
E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to submit zines for review.