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Gloria Anzaldúa (Zine)

By 04 December, 2017

Gloria Anzaldúa was a poet, theorist and teacher, as well as being a pioneer in Chicano feminism and an experimentalist who created unique and new ways to express "borderland" ideas. This illustrated fanzine by B&D Press offers an insight into he life and legacy. Written and illustrated by Eloisa Aquino.

Chavela Vargas (Zine)

By 04 December, 2017

Award-winning illustrated zine from the series The Life and Times of Butch Dykes, it tells the story of the Mexican singer Chavela Vargas, a woman who lived ahead of her times. Written and illustrated by Eloisa Aquino.

Pajubá: The Language of Brazilian Travestis

By 04 December, 2017

A mix of the African language Yoruba and Portuguese, Pajubá is a secret language that works sometimes as a protective shield, sometimes as a weapon. One of the many queer languages of the world, Pajubá is unique in its outrageous performance of femininity. Read about this fascinating queer code accompanied by beautiful drawings, all set in three-colour Risograph print. Written and illustrated by Eloisa Aquino.

Alborada Magazine Issue Three

By 30 August, 2017

Alborada Magazine Issue Three – Winter 2016/17 The latest edition of Alborada magazine presenting the progressive stories from Latin America that are so often left out of the news. This edition features articles on the current political situation in Brazil, Colombia's peace agreement, where the 'pink tide' finds itself these days, London's Latin American community, the food sovereignty movement, the future of chavismo, Colombia's Wayuu tribes, the musicians who are standing up against governments, and much more including reviews and articles on Latin American music, film and books. With 68 pages in full colour, Alborada magazine is an entirely independent publication.

Brazilian Singers (Zine)

By 04 December, 2017

There are some many Brazilian women singers who are gay that people wonder sometimes if any Brazilian singers are straight. This zine humorously explores the varied levels that many of these fantastic women dealt publicly with their sexuality. Written and illustrated by Eloisa Aquino.

Alborada Magazine Issue Two

By 30 August, 2017

Alborada Magazine Issue Two – Winter 2015 The second edition of Alborada magazine presenting the progressive stories from Latin America that are so often left out of the news. This edition features articles on Mauricio Macri, Che Guevara's connection to Palestine, hip-hop in Venezuela, Jeremy Corbyn's relationship with Latin America, the Quipu project in Peru, human rights in Guatemala, Ecuador's political situation and much more including reviews and articles on Latin American music, film and books. With 68 pages in full colour, Alborada magazine is an entirely independent publication.

Alborada Magazine Issue One

By 30 August, 2017

Alborada Magazine Issue One – Spring/Summer 2015 The first edition of Alborada magazine presenting the progressive stories from Latin America that are so often left out of the news. This edition features articles on Chile's student politicians, an interview with John Pilger, a reassessment of Eduardo Galeano's Open Veins of Latin America, a special on Mexican resistance and repression and a number of articles looking at the role of the media in Latin America, as well as much more including reviews and articles on Latin American music, film and books. With 68 pages in full colour, Alborada magazine is an entirely independent publication.

Musical Map of Brazil

By 02 February, 2017

Raul Luna's Music Map of Brazil was especially created for our Sounds and Colours Brazil book and has been risographed with 3 colours on to an A3 sheet. The poster is printed on 120gsm pastel paper and will be folded for shipping. Limited edition of 10 copies.