Zine Making, Distributing and Collecting: A Round Table and Do-It-Yourself
the Thirteenth Annual Pacific Southwest Women’s Studies Association
"Feminist Activism: Linking Theory and Practice"
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona on
April 5, 2003.
UCSD Special Collections librarian and editor of Girl Noire.
Editor of Glue Magazine: Sisterhood Down to a Craft and S/he
Collective Women's Art and Action Organizer
Editor of Digress magazine featuring and promoting local artists from
Riverside as well as other communities.
Women's Studies Master's Candidate at SDSU, Author and Publisher of Skew
and Wive's Tales zines, S/he Collective Women's Art and Action
Organizer (San Diego)
Jackie Joice is a freelance writer, substitute teacher, documentarian,
and activist. In 1997-1999 she was involved with the women's group Una
Mujer Como Yo which conducted several public forums and attended protests
regarding the treatment of women in Afghanistan. In the year 2000 she
created and produced the feminist punk documentary Punk Pretty.
Punk Pretty belongs to several university women's studies departments
throughout the states and has been used for thesis research. Jackie also
belongs to the artist collective Viejaseskandalosas. The Viejas are involved
in educating the public about the ongoing abduction and slaughter of the
women of Juarez. Her zine is called Yellow Three. Yellow
Three is a vehicle for Jackie's expression and issue # 6 is currently
in production. Jackie Joice resides in Long Beach, CA and is currently
working on several writing projects and second documentary entitled Swedru.
Creator of the web site “Grrrl Zine Network” and student at
the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Austria with research on grrrl zines.