To counter my usual apocalyptic tendencies, I drew this flowchart with some posi suggestions and possibilities for post-college life for Shareable. Notice I did not include “become a peon in the non-profit industrial complex.”
Check it out here.
p.s. if you are wondering why i haven’t been posting, i am sick. booooo.
I just found possibly the only remaining copy of Sassyfrass Circus #1 (I’m going to make more copies maybe), which I don’t really distro. I decided to scan a couple of pages (clearly when I made this I hadn’t met Jami “Mind Your Margins” Sailor) because the Legend of Sassyfrass Circus is hilarious.
I was trying to engage with the idea of doing radical scholarship through state universities. And also just being stressed out…
Been working on my epic Bearded Lady paper, but I promise new comics asap. I need to pound out a submission for Bound to Struggle before I get too distracted…
so just posting a page from my zine for now.
<3 j bee
p.s. i am still looking for testimonies about folks' interaction with zines–making them, reading them, whatever, so if you want to do that, i would be mighty grateful and send you love through the mail.
This image is entirely wonky but I kind of like it because I drew it immediately after totally fucking up this presentation in my Spanish class, and it really reflects how flustered I was. Bet you didn’t know that I am actually a full time student with a job also. Just kidding you probably knew that.
Sometimes a unicorn-human hybrid drinking a mug of coffee is exactly how I feel.
<3 jenna bee.
is surprisingly difficult sometimes.
here is a unicorn:
inspired by a) michael berube’s “what’s the matter with cultural studies,” b) everyone i know and c) that was a lie i just doodled this during a panel at SPX.
i have the carbon footprint of a unicorn. my hoof is not giant, but i am putting it in your butt so it feels pretty huge.
i need a nap.