Horror is everything that doesn’t quite ‘fit in’ with societal norms; it is a celebration of our biggest fears, an acknowledgement of our realities with the volume slightly turned up.
Spend an evening interacting with zines on LGBTQI narratives and by Queer folks, some like-minded people, and a few drinks – all mixed in with a unique twist.
At its heart, a bazaar is a space for celebration. With its different sights, scenes, colours, people, and the exchange of thoughts and ideas, a bazaar is a space for collaboration and this, we want to share with you.
Through the zine, which features more than 15 inspiring, empowering, and fascinating stories brilliantly depicted with a smattering of quirk, we hope to spark a conversation or two and possibly introduce some unorthodox role models, increasing the visibility of queer characters among popular tales that we hear ever so often.
Gaysi Family is thrilled to invite you to Zine Bazaar 2018: Bombay Edition on the 1st and 2nd of September 2018 at G5A Foundation, Mahalaxmi!
The bazaar is a celebration of individuals and collectives involved in the art of storytelling through all kinds of mediums.
Zine Bazaar in its first edition focuses on Identity and all facets of identity- how we create it, share it, how it is viewed and consumed by others.
The issue is multi-lingual, which means you can send us your stories in any regional language you prefer. We shall get it translated and print it along with the original.
Each one of us already knows how to navigate some portion of the world; what do you think might happen if we could put together all that we know and we are?
3 Issues of The Gaysi Zine for only INR 850 inclusive delivery
Editor: Priya Gangwani
Curated By: Karishma Dorai, Priya Gangwani
Design & Cover Page: Karishma Dorai
Marketing: Anuja Parikh, Sakshi Juneja
You can buy this pure awesomeness of 156 pages for INR 400 at Instamojo.
Gaysi Family brings the newly printed 5th issue of its self-published annual magazine to Godrej India Culture Lab along with a host of exciting voices from across India and the world.
Once again we at Gaysi Family have set out on our most favorite adventure, The Gaysi Zine.
We tend to favor personal writing, but we’re also looking for provocative pieces on political and cultural issues.
Think out of the box, and we might see desire as the very essence of the imagination, as the longing of the soul and as the catalyst for success.
“Women are too sensible to fall in love. They want happiness. To be in love is to be doggedly dissatisfied, to be excluded from the mob," Roy said.
I was forcing myself to write something profound on turning 28.
Folks do attend the next session of Creative Mornings Mumbai this Saturday at Todi Mill Social.
We holding a conversation titled Boundary Breaking Graphic Arts in Queer India, which seeks to understand graphic as a space for performative text, and how the discourse of Queer is moving beyond the cauldron of Indian Queer Literature.