Zine Library

Transpire: Transgender Cancer Patient Anthology - Edited by Charlie and Roman, Illustrated by Van Binfa

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.

Transpire.pdf

Author: Lex Rivers (she/her), ocular (uveal) melanoma


Cancerous Me

In "cancerous me" Lex shares commentary and poetry related to her experiences as a young adult cancer patient.

Cancerous Me E-zine.PDF

Author: Roman Ruddick (they/them), ovarian cancer


Now What

A story and collage about being a young ovarian cancer patient.

NOW WHAT READABLE.pdf

Sharks Get Cancer

A mini zine about being a young adult cancer patient.

By Roman Ruddick

Sharks Get Cancer PDF.pdf

Pocket Guide

A mini zine about using gender neutral language in healthcare settings.

By Roman Ruddick

Pocket Guide PDF.pdf

Author: Charlie Manzano (he/him), melanoma


Melahomos

A comic about a new friendship with a fellow disfigured trans facial melanoma patient.

Melahomos Zine PDF.pdf

How to Talk to Me

A guide for talking to the cancer patient in your life.

How to talk to me.pdf

The Real

A poetry/collage piece on having a cancer related facial disfigurement.

The Real.pdf

It Was Never About Climbing Mountains

A poem about cancer patient expectations.

It Was Never About Climbing Mountains READ.pdf

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.

Fill In The Blank PDF.pdf

Cancer Has No Gender

A mini zine about being trans and going with my partner to get a breast exam.

Cancer Has No Gender (pictures) PDF.pdf