New Anthology Announcement!

Hello all,

We are pleased to announce that One Beat Zines have started working on putting together a new anthology in time for Thought Bubble this November!

The anthology will be based around the theme of Identity and will be an A5 collection of writing, artwork and comics by a variety of amazing and talented women.


Contributors so far include:

Samya Arif (illustrator based in Karachi, Pakistan)
Sarah Broadhurst (archivist and One Beat co-founder)
Hannah K Chapman (writer, artist, and co-founder of Comic Book Slumber Party)
Jordana Globerman (illustrator and co-creator of Pink Spex)
Amneet Johal (artist and member of Alternative Press)
Eleni Kalorkoti (illustrator)
Sabba Khan (artist and member of Alternative Press)
Hanuka Lohrengel (illustrator based in Riga, Latvia and creator of Sea World 2.0)
Lizz Lunney (illustrator and comics artist)
Jess Milton (illustrator, comics artist and creator of The Flying Ship zine)
Stephanie Phillips (journalist and guitarist & singer in the band Big Joanie)
Hannah Prebble (illustrator and co-creator of Pink Spex)
Marja de Sanctis (illustrator and co-creator of Pink Spex)
Julia Scheele (illustrator and One Beat co-founder)
Donya Todd (illustrator and co-founder of Comic Book Slumber Party, co-founder of Chubby)
Alia Wilhelm (illustrator, photographer, journalist, editor of Margin)
Kelsey Wroten (illustrator based in Kansas City, USA)

With more to be announced soon!

Instead of a crowdfunding campaign, we will be funding the printing of this anthology through pre-orders from our online shop. We’ll let you know here and on our Twitter when those get started!

One Beat Zines is a small press, DIY zine collective that operates out of our bedrooms, and so the printing of the book will be funded through pre-orders taken through the One Beat Zines BigCartel shop. The printers used will be Inky Little FingersAll profit made from the book after printing and postage will be distributed as follows: 50% of the profits after printing and postage will go to The Albert Kennedy Trust, a charity that supports young LGBT 16-25 year olds who are made homeless or living in a hostile environment, with the other 50% going to The Feminist Library in London, who are a registered charity run by volunteers since 1975 and are currently looking for a new home due to being priced out of Elephant & Castle.

We hope you’re as excited as we are!

Julia + Sarah


There’s three new contributors! And they’re as rad as rad comes:

Kristyna Baczynski (illustrator)
Laura Callaghan (illustrator)
Pip Williams (journalist)