Aug 12, 2014
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Aug 1, 2014
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Subcultures: A Comics Anthology is now available for pre-order!
35 independent cartoonists explore the various and varied worlds-within-the-world we know as “subcultures”. From Star Wars conventioneers to Bigfoot hunters, from goths and gamers to record collectors and cosplayers, these stories reveal the rules, rituals, and relationships that define these infinite and intricate subsets of humanity. (edited by Whit Taylor, published by Dan Mazur, Cover by Box Brown)
Contributors Include:
Sam Alden
E.J. Barnes
Cara Bean 
Bonesteel
Melinda Tracy Boyce
Box Brown
Matthew Crehan
Ben Doane
Alizee De Pin
Rachel Dukes
Jillian Fleck
Holly Foltz
Maggie Glass
Andrew Greenstone
Nick Johansen
Jay Kennedy
Rob Kirby
Jesse Lonergan
MariNaomi
Dan Mazur
Anna Mudd
Hazel Newlevant
Sigit Nugroho
Ion O’Clast
Dave Ortega
Maria Photinakis
Liz Prince
Ansis Purins
Rob Queen
Alex Robinson
Michael Scully
Daryl Seitchik
Whit Taylor
Nick Thorkelson
Mister V
Noah Van Sciver
Aaron Whitaker
Kriota Willberg
Stevie Wilson
Li-Or Zaltzman
Courtney Zell

Pre-order now or pick up a copy at SPX!

After seeing so many excerpts online, I’m very excited to see the full book in a few months. 

ninthartpress:

Subcultures: A Comics Anthology is now available for pre-order!

35 independent cartoonists explore the various and varied worlds-within-the-world we know as “subcultures”. From Star Wars conventioneers to Bigfoot hunters, from goths and gamers to record collectors and cosplayers, these stories reveal the rules, rituals, and relationships that define these infinite and intricate subsets of humanity. (edited by Whit Taylor, published by Dan Mazur, Cover by Box Brown)

Contributors Include:

Sam Alden
E.J. Barnes
Cara Bean 
Bonesteel
Melinda Tracy Boyce
Box Brown
Matthew Crehan
Ben Doane
Alizee De Pin
Rachel Dukes
Jillian Fleck
Holly Foltz
Maggie Glass
Andrew Greenstone
Nick Johansen
Jay Kennedy
Rob Kirby
Jesse Lonergan
MariNaomi
Dan Mazur
Anna Mudd
Hazel Newlevant
Sigit Nugroho
Ion O’Clast
Dave Ortega
Maria Photinakis
Liz Prince
Ansis Purins
Rob Queen
Alex Robinson
Michael Scully
Daryl Seitchik
Whit Taylor
Nick Thorkelson
Mister V
Noah Van Sciver
Aaron Whitaker
Kriota Willberg
Stevie Wilson
Li-Or Zaltzman
Courtney Zell

Pre-order now or pick up a copy at SPX!

After seeing so many excerpts online, I’m very excited to see the full book in a few months. 

Jul 29, 2014
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ninthartpress:

Subcultures Anthology Preview (Doll Week): Maggie Glass!

ninthartpress:

Subcultures Anthology Preview (Doll Week): Maggie Glass!

Jul 15, 2014
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theladybadass:

1964 Japanese Coca Cola Ad

I’m trying to quit soda. But look how fun it is!

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Jul 11, 2014
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Jun 25, 2014
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A humid day good for a Portland latergram: @taliakk’s homemade ice cream. Ingredients: strawberries from her garden and milk from her goats!

A humid day good for a Portland latergram: @taliakk’s homemade ice cream. Ingredients: strawberries from her garden and milk from her goats!

May 19, 2014
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May 13, 2014
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If women are allegedly passive and fragile, then why are Black women treated as “mules” and assigned heavy cleaning chores? If good mothers are supposed to stay at home with their children, then why are U.S Black women on public assistance forced to find jobs and leave their children in day care? If women’s highest calling is to become mothers, then why are Black teen mothers pressured to use Norplant and Depo Provera? In the absence of a viable Black feminism that investigates how intersecting oppressions of race, gender, and class foster these contradictions, the angle of vision created by being deemed devalued workers and failed mothers could easily be turned inward, leading to internalized oppression. But the legacy of struggle among U.S Black women suggests that a collectively shared Black women’s oppositional knowledge has long existed. This collective wisdom in turn has spurred U.S Black women to generate a more specialized knowledge, namely, Black feminist thought as critical social theory.

In Black Feminist Thought: Knowledge, Consciousness and the Politics of Empowerment, published in 1990, Black feminist Patricia Hill Collins extends and updates the social contradictions raised by Sojourner Truth, while crediting collective struggles waged historically with establishing a “collective wisdom” among Black women: (x)

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May 6, 2014
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Fetishizing ‘power’ in women characters – having them kicking ass and always being ready with a putdown - isn’t the same as writing them as human beings.
Jack Graham, in Stephen Moffat - A Case For The Prosecution, a guest post on Philip Sandifer’s blog (via linnealurks)

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