34 min

Episode 18: Making Zines With Ali Mullins The Manqué

    • Arts

This week, we are joined by Charlotte-based artist Ali Mullins to discuss what, why and how she has found herself producing zines. Excerpts from Ali's first (public) zine are now on the site, www.manquemagazine.com, and full copies are available for print and download via her Gumroad account.

While on The Manqué, Ali and Monica lament the creative process: why is it so hard to make art, even when all you want to *do* is make art? How do you decide what your art is worth? What happens when you put it out into the world and attach that art to your identity? This and more in this week's episode.

Support us on Patreon for a newsletter + bonus podcast episodes: www.patreon.com/manque
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We are an online literary magazine and we focus on books and mental health. Sometimes other things, too. We are always open for submissions. Check the website for details: www.manquemagazine.com.

This week, we are joined by Charlotte-based artist Ali Mullins to discuss what, why and how she has found herself producing zines. Excerpts from Ali's first (public) zine are now on the site, www.manquemagazine.com, and full copies are available for print and download via her Gumroad account.

While on The Manqué, Ali and Monica lament the creative process: why is it so hard to make art, even when all you want to *do* is make art? How do you decide what your art is worth? What happens when you put it out into the world and attach that art to your identity? This and more in this week's episode.

Support us on Patreon for a newsletter + bonus podcast episodes: www.patreon.com/manque
Instagram, Facebook, Twitter are also good ways to find us.

We are an online literary magazine and we focus on books and mental health. Sometimes other things, too. We are always open for submissions. Check the website for details: www.manquemagazine.com.

34 min

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