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.
Mumbai, INDIA, January 7, 2016 – Sharmistha Ray Studio is pleased to announce the sixth edition of BELEVUE SALONS for a conversation titled Pushing Boundaries: Design on the Edge on Wednesday, 13th January 2016 at 7.00 - 8.30pm at Tarq.
An anthology of queer graphic fiction, cartoons, illustrations, doodles, and true stories is no longer a pending dream, for the fourth edition of The Gaysi Zine is all that and a little bit more.
So with all the love and excitement in our hearts drum roll - we are releasing the zine on Dec 12th, 2015. But you can pre-order a copy (or more) @ Rs 350, and save on delivery costs.
We at Gaysi are most excited to announce that we are going into production for the next edition of The Gaysi Zine!
We love stories so much - especially Graphic stories.
What I discovered while exploring the gay community at that time was that my gay identity and South Asian identity were mutually exclusive.
It was a memorable evening of storytelling, slam poetry, and readings that engaged everybody in the revelry of language and performances.
We enjoyed sharing our love for storytelling using art forms and the spoken word.
Next on our stop is Das Capitol, so that we can party with our Delhi friends. So make a scribble in your calendar and save the dates queer folks!
Surprisingly, this is one strong emotion that you would notice in all pages of the latest third edition of The Gaysi Zine.