The second issue of Sapphic Angst Fest is happening! See flyer for info about the theme and submission deadline
Following its win in the Best Fanzine category at the 2018 Broken Pencil Zine Awards, Sapphic Angst Fest has got a one-page write-up in the latest issue of Broken Pencil. It includes the comments of judge Cole Pauls, who felt the zine was "culturally so important".
Having this week seen the BBC’s response to a Berena fan’s complaint about the handling of the storyline in the latter part of 2018, the importance of getting the BBC to engage with us is clear.
Looking at the key aspects of the relationship between LGBTQ audiences and programme makers, in an attempt to highlight their specificities, where things may have gone wrong in this instance, and how this might be avoided in future.
I know many people are heartbroken by the end of Berena, and that there are some people who are really struggling with the grief that they’re experiencing, and have been experiencing for several weeks. I thought it might be useful to share a few resources.
Several of the other zines were so well produced, and spoke of north American culture - and there was me trying to tell people what Holby City is, and who the heck Berena are.
Sapphic Angst Fest has been shortlisted along with five other titles in the Fanzine category at this year’s Broken Pencil Zine Awards.
Just in time for the return of Bernie Wolfe, you can now view Sapphic Angst Fest online!
Happy new year everyone! I’m really excited about 2018, and not just because Serena (and maybe even Bernie) will be back on our screens; I’m excited because we’re making our Berena zine!
Information packs for those participating in the Berena zine project are now ready (finally! No photocopiers were harmed in their making, though one was very loudly sworn at this evening).If you have already emailed me to express an interest in taking part, you will have received an email from me, asking whether you want to contribute in person … Continue reading Info packs now available