Badge – You Have Anxiety

I bought a badge maker recently. I will have badges for sale at all my new events. I also have a new badge on my etsy shop.

You Have Anxiety pin badge button is 38mm (1.5inches) in size and designed and hand made by Steven Fraser

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New Zine – NeuroQueer Cat Apocalypse

28 page black and white comic book zine + a cat badge 38mm (1.5inches)

The Zine + Badge can be bought here.

A large destructive cat is hurtling towards planet earth. If it hits, the cat will surely destroy the planet and all the people who live on it.

NeuroQueer Cat Apocalypse is a comic with a difference. You are asked 10 questions throughout the zine. You need to answer the questions from an autistic and queer perspective in order to survive. Answer correctly the planet is saved. Answer incorrectly and we all die.

NeuroQueer Cat Apocalypse combines humour, comic books and provocative questions to ask questions on autistic identity and the place of the autistic person in society. Each page features illustration and text, presenting an autistic and perspective on life.

The zine comes with a badge of a cat. The badge is in colour and zine is in black and white.

Designed and hand made by Steven Fraser.

Note this zine is not for kids.

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New Mini-Zine – Jomo – Joy of Missing Out

Another new mini -zine. This one is called Jomo-Joy of Missing Out.

The zine can be bought from here and more info is below –

Jomo is a mini comic zine that features illustration and poetry.
It is 8 pages in length and tells a story about friendship and support networks.
The mini-zines takes a queer perspective and looks at mental health and the “fear of missing out” in a new and exciting way.
Jomo – Joy of Missing Out is a small and passionate story.

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New Zine – Coming Out Autistic

I have a new 44 page colour comic book zine called Coming Out Autistic.
It is available here and more info is below-
Coming Out Autistic is a queer comic book zine that features interviews with a variety of LGBTQ+ people. Each person is autistic and this comic tells their coming out stories. The stories are not how they come out as queer, but how they come out as autistic. Parallels with common ‘coming out as gay’ stories are drawn and differences are also highlighted. The zine includes interviews, illustrations and comic book pages.

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Be My Friend, Please – Mini Zine

This mini-zine is a performance in a zine that looks at loneliness when you are autistic. The story tackles friendship and asking for help. The zine itself features illustrations and instructions on how and where to act out the story (but as with the other performances in the mini-zine series, you can do it wherever you please).

Be My Friend, Please is available at – https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/532370792/be-my-friend-please?ref=shop_home_active_16

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Northwest zine fest – July 28

Northwest zine fest
People’s History Museum Manchester
Sunday 28 July 2019 (11am – 4pm)

I’ll be selling zines in Manchester on 28 July at NorthWest Zine Fest. I might even have a new one for sale. More info on this later!

Location
People’s History Museum
New Ct St,
Manchester
M3 3ER

Letters We Leave Behind – Paisley – 22-23 May 2019

After a successful showing at Dundee Rep for the Rep Stripped festival, Letters We Leave Behind will be presented in Paisley at a new pop-up arts space. Dates, times and details below –

Letters We Leave Behind

22 – 23 May  – PAISLEY
12pm – 4pm

Letters We Leave Behind is an interactive and transgressive performance designed for adults with autism. The show uses puppets and a series of hand written letters to tell an intimate and personal story.
Venue
POP! Old Post Office
Unit 34 – 36 Piazza Shopping Centre
15 Central Road
Paisley
PA1 1EL