We are selling the following zines, by friends, as a part of our FORTUNE box set sales.
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The Audre Lorde Harm Reduction Workbook

is a strengths-based intersectional tool for:

︎ considering how you can care for yourself as an act of political warfare
︎ considering what models exist in your realms of experience and knowing that can aid you in sustaining your spirit and wellness
︎ examining what barriers exist to self care in your life
︎ reflecting on how reducing harm in your personal life can aid in liberation on a societal level
︎ taking inventory of your strengths and how they can serve you on your journey

and much more!

utilizing the soul-affirming words of truth warrior Audre Lorde, this workbook is meant as a for anyone working (or considering working) to reduce the harm of addictive or unhelpful behaviors in their life. lots of juicy prompts and room for writing. may it serve you well ︎

golden collier (they/he) is a radical facilitator and multidisciplinary artist living in Philadelphia, PA. He creates intersectional reflection tools and spaces for decolonized QTBIPOC healing & recovery through diasporan savant press and has been in recovery 8 yrs. He also creates Black queer trans media for an Allied Media Sponsored Project, is a Keyholder Fellow for Soapbox Philly, a West Philly community print shop, and loves dancing, gardening, keeping bees, libraries, and learning/connecting all kinds of new skills in their spare time. Follow their work @d.s.press.

Being & Becoming

is a 72-page collection of interviews regarding queer visibility, representation, and authorship in media; accompanied by a Care Guide for white and non-Black PoC artists who are committed to the work of dismantling white supremacy and transphobia in their work. The project serves as a call to use critical, intersectional politics in creating systems of radical support for QTBIPoC, shapeshifting to evade commodification, and embodying a constant state of becoming in our work and relationships. Features interviews with Mx. Abdul-Aliy A. Muhammad, Andrea Jácome, Bryan Oliver Green, Carol Zou, Cxoda Hu, Darius McLean, Dev, FORTUNE (Andrienne Palchick, Heidi Ratanavanich, and Connie Yu), Heart Byrne, Ixa, Malachi Lily, Noemi Charlotte Thieves, ociele hawkins, Raani Begum, Tristan “TK” Morton, & Zuri Love.

Eva Wo is a queer Chinese-American/white multidisciplinary artist. Using photography, digital collage, short form animation, experimental video and social practice, she casts spells of gender- and sexual-self determination for all. Born and raised in New Mexico, she has lived in Philadelphia for a decade. @yoevawo / evawo.com

The Round Sun Sank Down
and the Velvet Light was Hazy with the Warmth of the Area

is a collection of stories & poems about queer people, birds, and parking lots in a world I’ve never been but miss really bad. It comes with enough floral salt for a hot bath for u while u read it.

Salt bath ingredients include: pink salt, rose, lavender, moldovan balm, and eucalyptus.

Written by:
Érica 'Quinha' Mukai Faria is a Brazilian-American artist and ER nurse. She works in painting, garment, sculpture and makes things with her friends at Philadelphia Packaging Company. IG @quinha.etc Website: www.eriquinha.com

Althea Baird is a queer white farmer, wierdo-herbalist, parent of a human and Mill Hollow Plant Music. She’s trying to publish a book of writing.IG @mill.hollow.plant.musicTo hear some plant music: https://dustsunn.tumblr.com/mill-hollow-plant-music

Stone Fruit

is a submission-based zine centered on queer people's experiences with organized religion, faith, and spirituality.

The theme for Issue 04 is RITUAL. 
Profits (about 25% of each sale) go to Brave Space Alliance in Chicago.

Keep up with Stone Fruit on Instagram at @stonefruitmag.