Get to Know San Anto's Zines



Zines are pretty much the most indie things on this planet. What makes them so special is that they are handcrafted and distributed (usually) by a single person.

You can almost feel the heart and soul poured into them, radiating like nuclear fallout. The best thing about zines is that there is one for almost anything. For whatever you’re interested in, there’s a good chance that there is a local zine out there to tell you all about whatever you’d like to know from beer to Hispanic history and art. So check out these zines and head to 1906 S. Flores on Saturday, June 11 for San Antonio Zine Night.

San Antonio Beer Zine is a local magazine that specializes in all things beer as well as where you can stop in for a craft beer, locally.

St. Sucia is a zine, founded by Isabel Ann Castro and Natasha I Hernandez, that is influenced by the San Antonio culture, comic books, science fiction and Mexican-American life. Their goal is to share their stories and the stories of people who wouldn’t consider themselves artists in the traditional way.

Chiflada is a zine that was created to show appreciation to the Latino and Chicano culture. Claudia Delfina and Laura Christine Sinner founded the online magazine with the purpose of giving Latinos and Chicanos a voice in the art scene of San Antonio. Their zine showcases opinions, perspectives, passions as well as artistic abilities.

ChingoZine is a zine that is created by contributions of Latino artists from across the U.S. The zine can be found at many different bookstores in Texas. The publication focuses on drawings, sketches and concepts from emerging Latino artists.
Extrospections is a local online art and design zine. According to the website the interviews, designing and editing is done by Nayeli Perez. The magazine focuses on emerging artists and designers in the local San Antonio area. 


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