Reading List: Korea Queerzine by Miyuki Baker

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I met artist Miyuki Baker when she was in Seoul as part of her Watson year. As she travels around the world, she makes queerzines to ‘explore the intersection of art and activism’. I had read parts of her other zines, so I was quite excited to see what she produced after her time in Korea. And it is definitely quite beautiful with TONS of resources that I haven’t provided to my readers. I’ve embedded the zine below, but definitely head over to Miyuki’s WordPress to read more. (Oh, and check out the shout out to TKQ on page 14 ^^) If the zine takes too long to load on my blog, click on through to ISSUU.

I met artist Miyuki Baker when she was in Seoul as part of her Watson year. As she travels around the world, she makes queerzines to ‘explore the intersection of art and activism’. I had read parts of her other zines, so I was quite excited to see what she produced after her time in Korea. And it is definitely quite beautiful with TONS of resources that I haven’t provided to my readers. I’ve embedded the zine below, but definitely head over to Miyuki’s WordPress to read more. (Oh, and check out the shout out to TKQ on page 14 ^^) If the zine takes too long to load on my blog, click on through to ISSUU.



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