Well, minus the filler text, but still! We’re excited!
Monthly Archives: June 2012
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And tons more articles. Sound exciting? You bet it is.
I haven’t even started talking about issue two! You can buy it starting 7/2/2012 and we’ll be sure to post everything here to let you all know when it’s up and running!
JABR is on the hunt for a graphic designer! Must have experience with Adobe InDesign, layout and photo editing, and be able to take direction as part of a group. You will be reporting to our Art Director.
This is a volunteer position that can be used on a resume, and may eventually lead to a paid position within our team.
Email email@example.com if interested!
Just a Bit Radical (http://www.facebook.com/justabitradicalmag) is an LGBTQ+ ‘zine by the people for the people, so to speak. We encompass every letter of the Alphabet, and here’s some things you can look forward to in our second issue:
http://www.facebook.com/MetroSam the lovely and talented Sam is going to be doing an interview for us in issue two of Just a Bit Radical. Excited? So are we! ♥ ♥ You might know Sam from his amazing Genderbread Person that went viral on Tumblr: http://bit.ly/IsnrcO
Also, an interview with April Ashley, an amazing woman and a pioneer of MtF/trans* rights. We’re so humbled to be speaking to her, we can’t even begin to tell you all. If you want to learn more about April before the ‘zine goes live, visit— http://www.april-ashley.com/
We’re also going to be talking with the founder of the Genderreel Film Festival, a trans*/gender-variant/etc. film fest in Philadelphia. http://genderreelfest.com/?page_id=32 — Know some filmmakers that have made a work about trans* issues? They’re looking for submissions, so drop it like it’s hot!
Another thing you’ll be seeing are Q&A’s from http://www.wearetheyouth.org/ and https://www.facebook.com/mytransgression …If you know someone who wants to write an article or submit artwork/photography to us, let us know! Submissions for issue two are open until August!
An interview we did with GenderReel film festival, whom you’ll be hearing from in issue two of JABR.