Why I spent so much time reading comics this past decade

This writing is meant to accompany a post of my favourite comics of the 2010s. I wrote this several weeks ago, but worked up the courage to make it public today. Why I spent so much time reading comics this past decade Reading comics has been a comforting and familiar ritual to me since childhood. … Continue reading Why I spent so much time reading comics this past decade

My favourite comics of the 2010s

About this list I'm not suggesting that these are the best comics of the last decade (I don't think a list like that is even possible), but I would recommend them to anyone interested in comics. They are biased towards indie press and autobiography because those are the comics that generally have meant the most … Continue reading My favourite comics of the 2010s

A post about the new Toronto Zine Library OPAC and DIY library software

This is an updated version of a piece created for the Toronto Zine Library's winter 2019 Zine-O-File, published by the TZL Collective. First, for those who are unfamiliar, zines are self-published booklets that can be about anything— from garlic recipe zines made of garlic paper to comic zines about socialism in Canada. The term "zine" … Continue reading A post about the new Toronto Zine Library OPAC and DIY library software

Toronto Zine Library Fundraiser at Glad Day Bookstore

  Please share this info and support DIY zine culture in Toronto 🖤 The Toronto Zine Library is hosting an event to raise money for a new printer and scanner for the library, and to help support future library operations. The library would like to provide accessible printing/copy methods for zine makers. Also, the scanner … Continue reading Toronto Zine Library Fundraiser at Glad Day Bookstore