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Welcome To Our Hell - Co-authored zine by: Aster K. Foley (xe/they) - and Lex Rivers (she/her)
Welcome To Our Hell
In this choose your own cancer adventure zine, Lex and Aster open up about their experiences facing incurable cancer diagnoses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Transpire - A submission based zine co-edited by Charlie Manzano (he/him) and Roman Ruddick (they/them), illustrated by Van Binfa (they/them)
Transpire: Transgender Cancer Patient Anthology
A compilation of art and writing by trans cancer patients, including those with brain cancer, breast cancer, colorectal cancer, ewing sarcoma, hodgkins lymphoma, ovarian cancer, testicular cancer, and uterine cancer.
Zines by: Aster K. Foley (xe/they), rhabdomyosarcoma
Before It Gets Better
"Before It Gets Better" is a zine about going through cancer treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic. It was designed, written, illustrated, and lived by Aster K. Foley. The zine also contains artwork by Rae Billeci, Ziv Lieberman, Julia Edith Rigby, and Noah Oak Schuster.
A comic about a new friendship with a fellow disfigured trans facial melanoma patient.
How to Talk to Me
A guide for talking to the cancer patient in your life.
A poetry/collage piece on having a cancer related facial disfigurement.
It Was Never About Climbing Mountains
A poem about cancer patient expectations.
Fill In The Blank
A mini zine about the micro-aggressions one faces as a cancer patient and as a trans person, and as both.
Cancer Has No Gender
A mini zine about being trans and going with my partner to get a breast exam.
"Cancerous me" shares commentary and poetry related to Lex's experiences as a young adult cancer patient.
"Ugly" is another zine in Lex's cancer poetry series.
Zines by: Roman Ruddick (they/them), ovarian cancer
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A story and collage about being a young ovarian cancer patient.
Sharks Get Cancer
A mini zine about being a young adult cancer patient.
A mini zine about using gender neutral language in healthcare settings.