Ginger maps networks of creative people. In keeping with the logic of a network, all of the contributors are referred by an editor or contributor from a previous issue. As a feminist publication, we are committed to supporting the work of self-identified women and queer/trans/gender non-conforming individuals and strive to share the experiences and distinctive voices of those who identify as such. Our goal is to produce a zine with a diverse range of forms, content, and viewpoints.
Jacqueline Cantu + Markee Speyer co-founded Ginger together in the spring of 2015. Ginger is collected by The Franklin Furnace Artists' Books Collection.
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