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Zines and such by Sara Chittenden


Marc and I are heading up to Michigan tomorrow. Gonna be sitting behind a table of Pioneers Press books and zines if anyone wants to come say hello. Grand Rapids Zine Fest. Saturday, noon to 6pm. The Year of Endless Touring and Events rolls on…


My intent is to keep dreaming bigger. 

New comic for Intent.com! 


The GR Zine Fest is coming up quick!! Here is the current exhibitor list of everyone who will be tabling at our festival on August 23rd:

Stranger Two Stranger – Robert Hendricks
Issue Press – George Wietor
Easy Street Publications – Theresa Williams
The Magnolia Review Zine & Confident Cook – Suzanna Anderson
Sunday Home Press – Tif Anderson
Turret Dreams – Jami Sailor
Julie Koslowsky
Sprout Distro
humble pie – Joelle Tuinstra
Butch nor Femme – Lynne Monsoon
Pie and Mischief – Marcus Coleman
Days Like Any Other – Austin Knight
Angry Confetti – Sara Chittenden
Comics for Something – Drew Damron
The Bandit Zine *
Fawn and Fable – Rachel McKay
Dalice Malice
A Stranger Bulge – Ryan Laity
Ghost Car Press – Pranas T. Naujokaitis *
Phone Home Press – Brian Arnold
Alex Nall Comics
High Maintenance Machine – Matthew Reidsma
Brown and Proud Press *
Midwest Vibe – Erik Schneider
This Is The Worst – Ashley Elander
Julia Eff
Ramsey Everydaypants *
Regional Zine- Cassie Tompkins
Meander – Aude Shattuck
This Many Zines Club
Leslie Perrine
Anna Lisa Illustration
Rip It Up – Lisa Quintero
Junk Drawer – Eric Bartholomew
Self-Publishers of Chicago (SPOC)
Pioneers Press *
Tara Jay
Sam Carbaugh *
Have Company – Marlee Grace *
Dani Rewitzer
The DAAC *

* = GRZF Invited Guests!


zines i just added to my etsy shop!



Black Cat Club is born! get your copy here:




After a long period of teaching ourselves how to screenprint, our posters and shirts are finally finished!

I taught myself how to screenprint!


check out this rad design for this year’s Mid-Michigan Zine Fair by Flat Mountain Press!


SIGNAL BOOST: GR’s First Annual Feminist Film Fest.

We are seeking short films from or featuring feminist-identified and women-identified filmmakers.

Professionals, amateurs, students and community members locally, nationally and internationally are all welcome to submit. The film festival will be held in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on September 21, 2014.

For more information, or to submit, visit: http://www.grfff.org/