Ben Passmore | New Orleans, la
Ben Passmore lives on the island of New Orleans. His comics are about crime, monsters, anarchism, sexual dysfunction, police brutality, art theory, and his feels. Ben is the author of DAYGLOAYHOLE, Goodbye, and Your Black Friend. Your Black Friend is the winner of an Ignatz Award for Outstanding Comic, DINKy Award for Best Mini and one of NPR’s 100 Favorite Graphic Novels of 2017.
Ed Luce | san francisco, ca
Ed Luce is the San Francisco-based creator of Wuvable Oaf, a two-time Ignatz nominated series of comics and winner of the 2017 Lambda Literary Award for Graphic Novel. The first seven years of Oaf comics have been collected into two volumes by Fantagraphics Books. Ed has also created covers, comics and illustrations for VICE, Image Comics, Heavy Metal Magazine, Slate, Oni Press, IDW, Dark Horse, Decibel Magazine, the Eisner-nominated No Straight LinesAnthology and the Eisner-winning Love Is Love Anthology.
Yes Yes Books | Portland, OR
YesYes Books has been publishing provocative collections of poetry, fiction, and experimental art since 2011. We look for work that acknowledges and celebrates our passionate, complex, and boundless natures.
In these first seven years, YYB titles have received national awards including the Lambda Award for Gay Poetry, The American Book Award, Kate Tufts Discovery Award, Milt Kessler Award, Eric Hoffer Award, John C. Zacharis Award, and Devil’s Kitchen Reading Prize. Our titles have also been included in numerous finalist standings and best book lists such as Norma Farber First Book Award, CLMP Firecracker Award, Julie Suk Award, Publisher’s Weekly Best Debuts of the Year, Boston Globe Best Poetry Books of the Year, and more.
With books that are as beautiful to hold as they are to read, YesYes Books engages an international community of writers, artists, and readers.
A Queer Press | St. Louis, MO
Scrappy Midwest queers who like to make books and other assorted print ephemera
A. Cris Valles | El Paso, TX
I make many small zines, comics, charms, figures, and prints – but right now my biggest project is a big story that I’m turning into a series of games and comics! I want to combine video games and comics – somehow!
Amy Kenney | Kansas City, MO
I make zines with a feminist bent, and enamel pins of violent veggies.
Anxious Ink | Minneapolis, MN
Alexis Cooke is a Minneapolis base cartoonist with a focus on telling stories about small towns characters living with mental illness and queer romcoms. People of color are often at the forefront of the native due to her Mexican roots.
Architrave Press | St. Louis, MO
Beautifully printed poems, sold individually.
Bad Jacket | St. Louis, MO
Bad Jacket is a creative collective dedicated to the publication and promotion of independent artists and writers. Our bi-monthly magazine features uncensored poetry, short stories, essays, editorials, reviews, interviews, visual art, and photography. Our chapbook series features collections of work by individual writers and artists.
Ben Passmore* | Philadelphia, PA
Ben is the author of DAYGLOAYHOLE, Goodbye, and Your Black Friend. Your Black Friend is the winner of an Ignatz Award for Outstanding Comic, DINKy Award for Best Mini and one of NPR’s 100 Favorite Graphic Novels of 2017.
Boulevard | St. Louis, MO
Boulevard’s is a tri-annual literary magazine found in 1985. Our mission is to publish the finest in contemporary fiction and poetry as well as definitive essays on the arts and culture, and to publish a diversity of writers who exhibit an original sensibility. It is our conviction that creative and critical work should be presented in a variegated yet coherent ensemble—as a boulevard, which contains in one place the best a community has to offer.
Brandon Daniels | St. Louis, MO
Independent comic creator, painter, and collaborator in other comic projects including Hive Mind Comics, Ink and Drink Comics, Brain Cloud Comics, Anachronistic Ink.
Britt Sabo | St. Louis, MO
Much of my work revolves around folklore, monsters, and the paranormal. I mainly publish mini comics, smaller zines, and make prints.
Cameron Lucente | Spring Hill, TN
Autobiographical, horror and fantasy comics, zines, spooky enamel pins and screenprints!
Central Print | St. Louis, MO
Central Print community letterpress print studio
Chaos Collage | St. Louis, MO
Rachel Wyrick is an artist and designer living in St. Louis, Missouri. Rachel creates paper collage exploring the nature of memory, dreams, and traditional female identity. She also creates paintings, ceramics, and comics. She is also known for creating the advertising and design work for Avalon Exchange.
Christianne’s Comics | Centralia, MO
Self-publishing Cartoonist of comics and mini-comics
Chudo Udo Publications | Magnolia, AR
“Mermaid Heritage” (54pp. full color, $20) is an art book about mermaids who function as an essential outsider, the ultimate “other.” They don’t look like humans, have distinct customs and history, and occupy a complicated and uneasy position within human society.
“Modern American Gods” (62pp. full color, $25) is a collaborative project with R.A. Briggs. The book addresses concepts that play important yet ambivalent roles in the American culture.Topics include freedom, firearms, self-determination, climate change, cultural appropriation, masculinity, political correctness, and convenience. Each god comes with an image and a devotional prayer for worshipers.
“Men from Dating Sites” (20pp. $7) is a series of portraits based on men’s actual dating profiles accompanied by text from the profiles.
“Baroqueland – The Story of a Fall” (16pp. full color, $6) is a morality tale with a twist.
“Seductive Morphs” (12pp. b&w, $5 ) is a zine that deliberately portrays female creatures as dominant, assertive and occasionally dangerous. This depiction contrasts with typical portrayals of women in the media.
“Never Grow Up” (8pp. b&w, $5) is a zine about a young girl and her internal struggles as an artist that lead her on a pass of self-destruction.
Cow House Press | Chicago, IL
Cow House Press is a Chicago based micro publisher, with a goal to introduce more books about LGBTQIA people and PoC, BY LGBTQIA people and PoC. We have published a variety of books, including The Wicked and Tired, Point of You, and Lemonade Summer. We also help to distro work by people who are otherwise unable to travel to conventions due to disabilities or financial situations.
Coyote Bynum & Caitlin Moriarity | St. Louis, MO
Sky Faraday is a space pulp comic that features female protagonists.
cruzine | Chicago, IL
cruzine is a moniker used by Cruz Mendez, a zine maker in the Chicagoland area. Her zine titles include “GREEN”, “We Are Made One With What We Touch and See” and “I Like a Girl”. Through her work, she hopes to influence others’ to create more art.
Curandera Press | Chicago, IL
Curandera Press is a web tiendita that produces/sells goods inspired by folk empowerment practices and contemporary Curanderisma.
Founded in November 2016, Curandera Press is a print and publishing entity run by Julia Arredondo. Currently based in Chicago, Curandera Press is interested in exploring the evolution of the Latinx identity by focusing on empowerment and spirituality practices that exist outside of the church. By producing print series’ with artists nationwide, Curandera Press aims to uplift voices of emerging Latinx creatives through collaboration and creative conversation.
Curtis Tinsley | St. Louis, MO
Curtis Tinsley is a freelance comic artist/ illustrator/ designer from Saint Louis, MO. He also helped co-found Silver Hand Press, a hibernating zine & comics publishing label. SHP has worked with over a dozen local artists.
Dan Zettwoch | St. Louis, MO
I’m a local cartoonist who self-publishes mini-comics, has had a few graphic novels professionally published, and hand-prints small runs of narrative silkscreen prints.
december | St. Louis, MO
december is a semiannual literary journal, nurturing a writers and artists at every stage of their careers.
Dorothy, a publishing project | St. Louis, MO
We are a feminist press publishing trade paperback books of innovative fiction/narrative.
Edo Rosenblith | St. Louis, MO
In 2011, I began a blog: edosdrawingeveryday.tumblr.com posting one page from my sketchbook everyday for two years. These sketches became the content of his first book, PINK, published by Fort Gondo Press in 2013. In 2017, I illustrated a chapbook for New York-based poet Paul Legault entitled “What Dorothea Did” published by Dikembe Press. In 2018, I designed a limited edition poster for The Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis. I’ve also created other small print editions with a variety of printmakers such as Renaissance Press (NH), Pace Prints (NYC), Harlen and Weaver Press (NYC), Yellow Bear Press (STL) and Firecracker Press (STL). Lastly, I’ve collaborated with bookmakers to make one of a kind artist books that I have taken me to artist residencies as varied as The Vermont Studio Center, Paul Artspace (STL), and The Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. I also make T-shirts.
erika akire / nurture | St. Louis, MO
erika akire is a queer mixed race virgo creature on a quest to better understand what is means to be humxn.
Floating Head | St. Louis, MO
Floating Head is a graphic science fiction quarterly magazine edited by Mike McCubbins and Matt Bryan. We collect serialized and one-off sci-fi comics, illustration, and prose into eclectic open format books.
Frotoon Press | St. Louis, MO
The brainchild of illustrator/designer Dmitri Jackson, Frotoon Press publishes comic books that explore politics, music and cultural identity.
Glorp! Comics | Cleveland, OH
I am a Cleveland based illustrator interested in comics and self publishing stories! I create original work based heavily in sci-fi, fantasy, and music!
Halfmoon Projects | Chicago, IL
Halfmoon Projects is a Chicago based publisher of photo based zines and artist’s books. We specialize in work that is intelligent and engaged in the contemporary art dialogue yet still accessible to a wide range of audiences.
Harry Hillman | Joliet, IL
I like to make goofy, absurdist, cartoony things with the occasional detour towards internal moodiness and abstract expression. Comics and caricature are my primary jams.
Ink and Drink Comics | St. Louis, MO
Ink and Drink Comics is an independent comics publisher and collective for artists, writers and cartoonists with over 130 contributors. We have published 16 genre anthologies, 7 mini comics, and 1 coloring book. Made in St. Louis, MO.
Jacob Bouvet | Springfield, IL
Ko Gaine – Science fantasy kung fu comic mini series
BURN – After a run-in with a couple of good-old-boys goes south, two young men take up life as outlaws. Refusing to hide or be victimized ever again, this couple torches a path across the 1950’s southern United States. If the world won’t change, then it better get out of Ben and Charlie’s way.
Hyper Boostman – Tokusatsu superhero parody
Jim Mosley | St. Louis, MO
Comics and illustration
JJ McLuckie | Chicago, IL
Obsessively organized comics that focus on under-appreciated aspects of the world, mental health and memories, and densely detailed stream of consciousness narratives.
JP Press | New Orleans, LA
An anarchist comics and zine press/distro, we have comics about the history of policing in the United States, antifascism in New Orleans, mutual aid in the so-called “Balkan Route” in 2016, Louisiana pipeline resistance and more!
Junk Drawer | Chicago, IL
Junk Drawer is about objects – remnants often overlooked, things that don’t really have a place to belong, but find their place in a diverse assortment. It’s about ephemera, saved for whatever reason, sometimes unintentionally preserved. Objects have stories to tell, discover, and sometimes to simply imagine. Each Junk Drawer zine takes a different approach to exploring objects and what they have to inspire.
Kadak Collective | St. Louis, MO
Kadak is a collective of women and non-binary creators who work with graphic storytelling of different kinds. Originally composed of women from the subcontinent, we have now grown to include artists from around the world. ‘Kadak’ means strong, severe, sharp – like the tea drunk in India. The people in Kadak engage with varied streams of inquiry in their art, which provides an invaluable insight into the preoccupations of a changing world.
Kevin Warren | Ballwin, MO
Kevin Warren is a freelance illustrator and comic book artist. He is the artist on Copernicus Jones: Robot Detective with writer Matt D. Wilson. Copernicus Jones is an ongoing noir story in which a former police-bot, Copernicus, is making his way as a private eye through the back alleys and neural networks of Future City. Copernicus Jones was originally released through Comixology.com but a printed collection featuring the first six issues was successfully crowdfunded through Kickstarter. OFFERING and it’s sequel SACRIFICE are series of black and white horror books that Kevin drew and co-wrote with writer Ken Lowery. The two books center around a mysterious cave outside of a small Middle Eastern town that has become a tourist trap. Emphasis on trap.
Kith and Kin Press | Cincinnati, OH
Kith and Kin Press functions to help us all become more literate in regards to each other. Using DIY printing and publishing techniques and an ethos of inclusion, generosity of spirit and creativity we want to bolster community where it already exists and find ways to help it thrive. Also, we want to help artists get paid for their work.
Life With Girls | Saint Charles, MO
Comics about being a stay at home dad, illustrator and roller skater. Also mini zines about drawing and keeping a sketch journal.
Magda Boreysza | New Orleans, LA
My work is based on my drawings. The drawings depict a fantastical world populated with strange creatures and feral children. You could say that it’s either primordial or post-apocalyptic, or both. I think of what I do as storytelling through images. Sometimes these are stand-alone images, but often I arrange them into a collection to create a narrative. This is the case with my latest book/zine ‘Wakeling: How to Transform”. I also make more traditional comics, like my comic zine Toastycats, of which I have 6 issues. Besides these, I also offer screen prints, giclee prints, illustrated ceramics, and cards.
Marie Enger | St. Louis, MO
I do a lot of punk and eldritch horror comics (notably working on Fhtagn and Loathing and Everything is Going Wrong – an anthology filled with comics about punk rock and mental illness). I also do a lot of monster riso prints and have some movie monster books (Nosferatu! and All Werewolves Must Go! most notably). I plan to have a short illustrated chapbook based on the King in Yellow done by October as well.
I also have done work on Adventure Time and Rocko’s Modern Life for Boom, and have some unannounced work coming up with Oni in the very near future. I color the horror comic REGRESSION, as well as working on several Dark Horse and other Image books.
Matthew Barron | Indianapolis, IN
I’ve written in various mediums: short stories, books, graphic novels, a play; and various genres: dystopian, urban fantasy, sci-fi, horror, drama. I post recommended ages on my books at events because I have things for kids of different ages, but also some pg-13 things.
Meeting New People Isn’t The Easiest Thing | Dallas, TX
Meeting New People Isn’t The Easiest Thing is an ongoing collaboration between photographers Janna Añonuevo Langholz and Laidric Stevenson connecting their separate experiences into a visual conversation.
Mega Giganto | St. Louis, MO
Mega Giganto is a comics factory comprised of a husband and wife team. We draw comics and use our illustrations to make other fun goodies.
Mel Valentine Vargas | Chicago, IL
I make Zines with Queer themes as well as body positive themes.
merrily merrily merrily merrily | Lincoln, NE
merrily merrily merrily merrily is an ongoing creative project. the current focus is putting out newsprint booklets that contain writing and images. some goals: pay artists, hype awesome stuff ppl in nebraska are doing, sell/promote booklets in a way that doesn’t feel weird or shitty but instead feels fun.
Nate Powell | Bloomington, IN
My brand-new GN, Come Again, takes place in the Ozarks in 1979, and is about secrecy/privacy, demons, sex, parenthood, and the terror of casualness in the face of crisis. I also have the entire March trilogy recently under my belt, telling John Lewis’ account of being a young person at the center of the civil rights movement, through his eyes and in his words.
Natural Bridge | St. Louis, MO
Natural Bridge: A Journal of Contemporary Literature is a literary journal published twice a year through the English Department of the University of Missouri – St. Louis. It features fiction, poetry, essay, translation, visual art, and cross-genre work by both local creators and contributors from all over the world. We just launched our 39th issue.
neither/nor Zine Distro | Kansas City, MO
Local, personal, DIY, self-care, radical and feminist zines are the focus of this distro. Other things neither/nor has to offer are titles from Pioneers Press, Silver Sprocket, and Eberhardt Press, used zines, Slingshot Newspapers and Organizers, coloring books, buttons, and lots of cool free stuff.
neither/nor is owned and operated by KC native Jess Hogan. Jess loves making, reading, trading, and collecting zines. It’s that love that lead her to connect with other local zinesters and work towards putting on the KC Zine Con for the past 2 years! In November 2015, after the success and connections made at Zine Con #1, her long time dream of running a zine distro came true! She hopes the distro will be a source for new and old zine makers/enthusiasts to sell their zines and support one another as well as serve as a zine destination in KC year round.
no future express | Lawrence, KS
“no future express” is an artist collective composed of three misfits creating zines, artist books and other related ephemera. Artists include Leigh Kaulbach, Eugene Sarmiento, and Fuko Ito. Through Bracelet Press, a small Riso outfit founded by Leigh Kaulbach, operating from Lawrence, Kansas, we print “no future express” publications as well as other artists’ printed matter in collaboration with the Visual Art program at the University of Kansas. Our publication interests range from eternal schadenfreude, lasting friendships/sisterhood, to plushy emotions. We are also interested in the formal qualities of image making oftentimes in reference to art history. As a collective, we’re interested in collaborating with local and national artists to print affordable, good-lookin’ printed materials that are about sharing ideas, images, stories, and narratives told by artists from all walks of life.
No Respassing | Kansas City, MO
My work covers some of my favorite subjects, from informationals about death and voodoo, original stories (Also about death and voodoo), art books and just a variety of colorful and fun things that I enjoy and that I hope other people will too.
Outside Literary Magazine | St. Louis, MO
Outside is an online literary magazine and print supplement created, edited, and published by the students at Central Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA) High School (St. Louis Public Schools). The magazine features visual art, poetry, and prose and is accompanied by a print supplement of broadsides designed and printed by the students at Central Print studio. The magazine is made possible by the outreach program, Grand Boulevard Workshops, at River Styx.
P.Lay Comics & Illustration | Tiffin, OH
Comics for kids and teens. Some are adventurous, some are sweet and sad, some are spooky, but they are all about connecting to others and the ways our different experiences help shape the world we live in.
Parable Arts | St. Louis, MO
I am a Word Artist (written, spoken, visual, and teaching), and plan to exhibit and sell my forthcoming chapbook as well as “word art” visual art pieces. All of my work is rooted in reflection, connection, contemplation, and imaginative storytelling.
Pidge Comics | Gunnison, CO
“Infinite Wheatpaste” is an ongoing personal sci-fi with mature themes. “Skylarks” is a limited all ages comic, featuring diverse, female leads.
Rathaus Collective | Minneapolis, MN
From the founders of Lathe Zine, a new zine collective soon to be based in Minneapolis.
Ray Nadine | St. Louis, MO
I write mostly romance slice of life and crime melodrama comics, and make grungey punk merch!
River Styx | St. Louis, MO
River Styx is a literary magazine from St. Louis, MO that publishes two issues a year in addition to providing a variety of programming throughout the St. Louis region.
Rumi Clinton | Chicago, IL
Rumi is a comics artist/self publisher who began their art life as a sculptor/installation artist. They bring influences from these disciplines into their comics, and try as much as possible to consider them as 3 dimensional objects. Rumi seeks to make beautiful books that are affordable, and which pay homage to the history of alternative/underground comix as a tool/space for marginalized voices. The content of Rumi’s comics are largely autobiographical and reflect on their experience as a genderqueer person.
S. Allise Wilson | St. Louis, MO
I’m a queer artist of color that specializes in pop culture illustrations, art prints, and zines.
Same Coin Press | Fairfield, IL
We make zines and photobooks.
Sean Dempsey | Chicago, IL
Sean graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design with a BFA in Sequential Art. His independent comics focus on curiosity and adventure through traveling or misfit characters. Whether in a comic, illustration, or cartoon, Sean’s stories embrace a balance of innocent and cynical protagonists. He hopes to create diverse, relatable characters that the audience can witness their inner growth, discovery, and individuality.
Shannon Levin | St. Louis, MO
I make illustrated posters, zines, and other materials that aim to empower and educate my audiences, with themes around body positivity, representation, and social justice.
Sloppy Queer Press | St. Louis, MO
A zine on queer nausea; a zine on puppy destruction; a zine about a queer household from the perspective of a meninist dog.
Somnadrome Press | St. Louis, MO
Somnadrome Press was founded in the summer of 2012 as a way to support a Latino literary community in the mid-West through the publication of the annual literary magazine Corazón Land Review, which seeks to publish authors pushing cultural boundaries of identity norms through writing.
St. Louis Public Library Zine Collection | St. Louis, MO
St. Louis Art Museum | St. Louis, MO
Stick World/I Have No Idea What I’m Doing | Oakland, CA
I have several projects that I’m currently known for. My kid’s comic ‘Stick World’, is available online as a webcomic, and follows the adventures of two stick figures that travel to different worlds through book portals. This project has resulted in several mini-comic adventures, like ‘Red & Pod go on a witchhunt!’ and ‘Red & Pod meet the cosmic octopus!’. I also have self-published multiple editions of my memoir comic, ‘I Have No Idea What I’m Doing’. This month I’m finishing a diary comic about going to the 2018 Winter Olympics in Korea. Last of all, I have a self-care book called ‘The Anti-Anxiety Pocketbook’, designed to help those who suffer from anxiety and panic attacks. I have a variety of other mini-comics both for kids and the mental health community.
Sundress Publications | Knoxville, TN / St. Louis, MO
A 501(c)3 non-profit literary press collective founded in 2000, Sundress Publications is entirely volunteer-run, publishes chapbooks and full-length works in both print and digital formats, and hosts a variety of online journals. Our mission is to champion great work—especially by persons under-represented in literary publishing—and we welcome writers and artists regardless of race, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, religion, class, veteran status, and educational background.
The Inky Octopus | Ballwin, MO
I’m an illustrator, and I’ve self-published several projects including coloring books and picture books. Generally, my work is aimed towards children, but I’ve found that quite a few adults enjoy the books as well. I’ve created a few small zines in the past too, and would love to have an excuse to create some more.
The Moon Zine | St. Louis, MO
The Moon Zine is a free compilation zine created in St. Louis. Each issue is composed of themed submissions and hand-made collages, making every copy unique. Physical copies are distributed in St. Louis, Kirksville, Columbia, and Springfield, Missouri and a digital edition is available online for reading and printing your own. Submissions are accepted from anyone regardless of location.
Traces & Other Projects | St. Louis, MO / Murphysboro, IL
Traces is the first run of a collaborative literary art serial by Rachel Linn and Marika Josephson. Printed by the artists by hand on an etching press, each monthly issue is created from a mash-up of the two writers’ distinct styles—one derived from mixed media and surrealism, the other from haiku and short poetry—and their overlapping sensibilities. Recalling the juxtapositions at the heart of haiku and haibun, while broadening their scope to reflect on form, narrative, and philosophy, the writers create a rich mixture of images and ideas that play with one another and unfold with each reading.
True & Living Press | St. Louis, MO
Hip Hop You Saved My Life: workbook, is my first book that explores trauma recovery and Hip Hop as a means of healing. As a psychology graduate and Hip Hop head I discovered Hip Hop was my salvation from my traumatic childhood. This book is a workbook because I wanted to encourage readers to write and apply my theory. Self discovery via songs, lyrics, journaling, mantras are just a few examples. Lastly, my most anticipated memoir “Hip Hop You Saved My Life: Black Girl Narrative” is an autobiography of how a young girl transcended from horror and trauma in St.Louis by using Hip Hop as her salvation.
Vague’s List | St. Louis, MO
Vague’s List is a zine filled with jokes, local happenings, music articles, art, and other pop culture musings. It is a publication by three roommates who just want to share what’s on their minds and what’s going on in their world.
very very small press | Cincinnati, OH
I print my own art and poetry zines, as well as a variety of zines from other folks ranging from DIY living tips to personal/memoir essays. I also make handmade books from recycled, reused, and thrifted materials that I sell at accessible prices.
Work Press & Publication | St. Louis, MO
Work Press & Publication is an independent print and publishing house founded in 2013 by Will Arnold and Tate Foley.
Work Press started because of a mutual interest in small-press, short-run, desktop publishing and Risograph printing. We are interested in creative projects that situate themselves in a mezzanine between fine artist’s books and efficiently produced zines. While a lot of Work Press’s books and prints contain various printing and production processes, Risograph printing is at the heart of our shop.
WORK/PLAY | St. Louis, MO
WORK/PLAY is a design/printmaking duo based in St. Louis, MO. We design, create, and bind all of our zines. Most include either silkscreen and/or letterpress typography or imagery. Our subject matter references inequalities in America, issues on race, and togetherness. In addition to zines, we also silkscreen posters, make notebooks, and various other tangible items.
Wuvable Oaf* | San Francisco, CA
Ed Luce is the San Francisco-based creator of Wuvable Oaf, a two-time Ignatz nominated series of comics and winner of the 2017 Lambda Literary Award for Graphic Novel.
Yes Yes Books* | Portland, OR
YesYes Books has been publishing provocative collections of poetry, fiction, and experimental art since 2011. We look for work that acknowledges and celebrates our passionate, complex, and boundless natures.
YourWordsSTL | St. Louis, MO
YourWords STL uses one-on-one tutoring, creative writing workshops, and collaborative writing projects to amplify the voices of St. Louis youth. We are committed to bridging racial, cultural, and economic divides, by honing the ability of people to tell their stories, while providing opportunities for the community to listen.
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