Veidt for Prada.
I can’t listen to the sound of my own voice, but you might like to! Sam Weber interviewed Roxie and me in this episode of YDMN. We talk about the Lady Knights+Women Warriors Zine, being feminists, and (maybe too much about) the looming apocalypse. Check it out!
Pretty cool things are happeninggggggg.
WOMEN WARRIORS ZINE UPDATE!
We’ve received our MoCCA table information and it’s time to herald all across the land: we will be at table A12, April 6th & 7th, from 11am-6pm.
Who is we? Well none other than Abby Boeh, Heather Danforth, Julia Scott, and myself, Roxie Vizcarra. We’ll have oodles of copies available for purchase, as well as extra zines and prints from the individual artists themselves! This graphic more or less gets the whole point across, I’d like to think.
In other Women Warriors news, it should go without saying by now that all submissions are closed! Also, as a lot of you have been asking, there are tentative plans to sell copies of the zine outside of MoCCA. For those of you going to TCAF, Abby will be bringing a few copies to the more Canadian-inclined among you. As for online sales, we do have vague plans of making it available for mail order, providing supplies of this Limited Edition last!
MERCHANTS OF DEATH
Hope you enjoy ladies beating the living christmas out of things, ‘cause it’s gonna be that kind of year.
Women Warriors/Lady Knights is probably the best zine, being put together by the equally best Roxie Vizcarra, Abby Boeh, and Julia Scott. It’ll be available at our MoCCA table this year (April 6th and 7th), and includes some seriously stellar work, all in cornea-searing black, white, and magenta. Get your grabby hands ready! Not those regular hands.
…Oh, I guess this is also a note to say I’ll be at MoCCA, where we will take turns brandishing a broadsword and selling prints and comics and BRUTALITY, oh gracious.