Thirdspace Zine
This is the THIRDSPACE zine publication of the UVSS Women's collective at UVIC on WSANEC and Lekungen Lands (Saanich and Victoria). This is one of the oldest (1982 - Present) feminist zines in the colony of Canada. We are dedicated to providing a voice for those typically silenced by the forces of Western white hetero-patriarchy by publishing the art, writings, and performances of those marginalized by gender, often along with other non-hegemonic oppressed identities. We operate with an intersectional post-colonial anti-racist anti-oppressive feminist framework. 
Thirdspace Zine
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Working on video introduction and 3d animated logo for Thirdspace as we branch into multimedia. 
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Thirdspace Update
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New Extended Deadline of APRIL 11th!! More info: facebook.com/thirdspacezine
No More "Allies" -
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Come one, come all, to Thirdspace Zine’s zine-making workshop! An all genders welcome event where you can get creative, create your own works, or work on your submissions to Thirdspace 2014! 
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thirdspace 2013 issue “Does Feminism Matter?” is out now!
The latest Thirdspace is now available in Victoria BC at CAVITY Curiosity Shop, Discovery Coffee, Black Raven Records, Camas books, Cabin 12, the Women’s Center, UVic Pride, and the Students of Color Collective. Get em while they’re hot! We are looking for people/distros interested in distributing Thirdspace in other cities (nationally and internationally). If you’re interested, please contact us on here or email us at thirdspace.zine@gmail.com. Thank you!!!
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Pallas’s Elegy: Cross-Disciplinary Speculations on the Feminine
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girlsgetbusyzine:

Girls Get Busy’s Zine of the Week: Thirdspace
thirdspace was born in 1982 as the emily. Eventually, the emily collective acquired Ain’t I a Woman?, a publication originally produced by the Women’s Studies department that dealt with issues of gender, race and (de)colonization. 
In 1999, the collective combined the two papers under a new masthead, The Womyn’s Publication Newtwerk, which also became the name of the new collective. We came to understand that having a “regular” paper (the emily) to deal with feminism and an “other” paper (Ain’t I a Woman?) to deal with gender and race ran counter to our mandate of inclusion for all. It had also been pointed out that the Emilys after whom we had named ourselves were all white Europeans, and we agreed that this too was not inclusive. 
Finally, having the paper titled The Womyn’s Publication Netwerk and subtitled something different each issue just became too confusing. A new millennium (or year) thus brought a new title. Long live thirdspace!
You can read pdfs of back issues in their archive here and follow their Tumblr here
For a chance to be featured as Zine of the Week, email your links to girlsgetbusyzine@gmail.com

Thanks for featuring us, Girls Get Busy! xo.
girlsgetbusyzine:

Girls Get Busy’s Zine of the Week: Thirdspace
thirdspace was born in 1982 as the emily. Eventually, the emily collective acquired Ain’t I a Woman?, a publication originally produced by the Women’s Studies department that dealt with issues of gender, race and (de)colonization. 
In 1999, the collective combined the two papers under a new masthead, The Womyn’s Publication Newtwerk, which also became the name of the new collective. We came to understand that having a “regular” paper (the emily) to deal with feminism and an “other” paper (Ain’t I a Woman?) to deal with gender and race ran counter to our mandate of inclusion for all. It had also been pointed out that the Emilys after whom we had named ourselves were all white Europeans, and we agreed that this too was not inclusive. 
Finally, having the paper titled The Womyn’s Publication Netwerk and subtitled something different each issue just became too confusing. A new millennium (or year) thus brought a new title. Long live thirdspace!
You can read pdfs of back issues in their archive here and follow their Tumblr here
For a chance to be featured as Zine of the Week, email your links to girlsgetbusyzine@gmail.com

Thanks for featuring us, Girls Get Busy! xo.
girlsgetbusyzine:

Girls Get Busy’s Zine of the Week: Thirdspace
thirdspace was born in 1982 as the emily. Eventually, the emily collective acquired Ain’t I a Woman?, a publication originally produced by the Women’s Studies department that dealt with issues of gender, race and (de)colonization. 
In 1999, the collective combined the two papers under a new masthead, The Womyn’s Publication Newtwerk, which also became the name of the new collective. We came to understand that having a “regular” paper (the emily) to deal with feminism and an “other” paper (Ain’t I a Woman?) to deal with gender and race ran counter to our mandate of inclusion for all. It had also been pointed out that the Emilys after whom we had named ourselves were all white Europeans, and we agreed that this too was not inclusive. 
Finally, having the paper titled The Womyn’s Publication Netwerk and subtitled something different each issue just became too confusing. A new millennium (or year) thus brought a new title. Long live thirdspace!
You can read pdfs of back issues in their archive here and follow their Tumblr here
For a chance to be featured as Zine of the Week, email your links to girlsgetbusyzine@gmail.com

Thanks for featuring us, Girls Get Busy! xo.
girlsgetbusyzine:

Girls Get Busy’s Zine of the Week: Thirdspace
thirdspace was born in 1982 as the emily. Eventually, the emily collective acquired Ain’t I a Woman?, a publication originally produced by the Women’s Studies department that dealt with issues of gender, race and (de)colonization. 
In 1999, the collective combined the two papers under a new masthead, The Womyn’s Publication Newtwerk, which also became the name of the new collective. We came to understand that having a “regular” paper (the emily) to deal with feminism and an “other” paper (Ain’t I a Woman?) to deal with gender and race ran counter to our mandate of inclusion for all. It had also been pointed out that the Emilys after whom we had named ourselves were all white Europeans, and we agreed that this too was not inclusive. 
Finally, having the paper titled The Womyn’s Publication Netwerk and subtitled something different each issue just became too confusing. A new millennium (or year) thus brought a new title. Long live thirdspace!
You can read pdfs of back issues in their archive here and follow their Tumblr here
For a chance to be featured as Zine of the Week, email your links to girlsgetbusyzine@gmail.com

Thanks for featuring us, Girls Get Busy! xo.
girlsgetbusyzine:

Girls Get Busy’s Zine of the Week: Thirdspace
thirdspace was born in 1982 as the emily. Eventually, the emily collective acquired Ain’t I a Woman?, a publication originally produced by the Women’s Studies department that dealt with issues of gender, race and (de)colonization. 
In 1999, the collective combined the two papers under a new masthead, The Womyn’s Publication Newtwerk, which also became the name of the new collective. We came to understand that having a “regular” paper (the emily) to deal with feminism and an “other” paper (Ain’t I a Woman?) to deal with gender and race ran counter to our mandate of inclusion for all. It had also been pointed out that the Emilys after whom we had named ourselves were all white Europeans, and we agreed that this too was not inclusive. 
Finally, having the paper titled The Womyn’s Publication Netwerk and subtitled something different each issue just became too confusing. A new millennium (or year) thus brought a new title. Long live thirdspace!
You can read pdfs of back issues in their archive here and follow their Tumblr here
For a chance to be featured as Zine of the Week, email your links to girlsgetbusyzine@gmail.com

Thanks for featuring us, Girls Get Busy! xo.
girlsgetbusyzine:

Girls Get Busy’s Zine of the Week: Thirdspace
thirdspace was born in 1982 as the emily. Eventually, the emily collective acquired Ain’t I a Woman?, a publication originally produced by the Women’s Studies department that dealt with issues of gender, race and (de)colonization. 
In 1999, the collective combined the two papers under a new masthead, The Womyn’s Publication Newtwerk, which also became the name of the new collective. We came to understand that having a “regular” paper (the emily) to deal with feminism and an “other” paper (Ain’t I a Woman?) to deal with gender and race ran counter to our mandate of inclusion for all. It had also been pointed out that the Emilys after whom we had named ourselves were all white Europeans, and we agreed that this too was not inclusive. 
Finally, having the paper titled The Womyn’s Publication Netwerk and subtitled something different each issue just became too confusing. A new millennium (or year) thus brought a new title. Long live thirdspace!
You can read pdfs of back issues in their archive here and follow their Tumblr here
For a chance to be featured as Zine of the Week, email your links to girlsgetbusyzine@gmail.com

Thanks for featuring us, Girls Get Busy! xo.
girlsgetbusyzine:

Girls Get Busy’s Zine of the Week: Thirdspace
thirdspace was born in 1982 as the emily. Eventually, the emily collective acquired Ain’t I a Woman?, a publication originally produced by the Women’s Studies department that dealt with issues of gender, race and (de)colonization. 
In 1999, the collective combined the two papers under a new masthead, The Womyn’s Publication Newtwerk, which also became the name of the new collective. We came to understand that having a “regular” paper (the emily) to deal with feminism and an “other” paper (Ain’t I a Woman?) to deal with gender and race ran counter to our mandate of inclusion for all. It had also been pointed out that the Emilys after whom we had named ourselves were all white Europeans, and we agreed that this too was not inclusive. 
Finally, having the paper titled The Womyn’s Publication Netwerk and subtitled something different each issue just became too confusing. A new millennium (or year) thus brought a new title. Long live thirdspace!
You can read pdfs of back issues in their archive here and follow their Tumblr here
For a chance to be featured as Zine of the Week, email your links to girlsgetbusyzine@gmail.com

Thanks for featuring us, Girls Get Busy! xo.
girlsgetbusyzine:

Girls Get Busy’s Zine of the Week: Thirdspace
thirdspace was born in 1982 as the emily. Eventually, the emily collective acquired Ain’t I a Woman?, a publication originally produced by the Women’s Studies department that dealt with issues of gender, race and (de)colonization. 
In 1999, the collective combined the two papers under a new masthead, The Womyn’s Publication Newtwerk, which also became the name of the new collective. We came to understand that having a “regular” paper (the emily) to deal with feminism and an “other” paper (Ain’t I a Woman?) to deal with gender and race ran counter to our mandate of inclusion for all. It had also been pointed out that the Emilys after whom we had named ourselves were all white Europeans, and we agreed that this too was not inclusive. 
Finally, having the paper titled The Womyn’s Publication Netwerk and subtitled something different each issue just became too confusing. A new millennium (or year) thus brought a new title. Long live thirdspace!
You can read pdfs of back issues in their archive here and follow their Tumblr here
For a chance to be featured as Zine of the Week, email your links to girlsgetbusyzine@gmail.com

Thanks for featuring us, Girls Get Busy! xo.
girlsgetbusyzine:

Girls Get Busy’s Zine of the Week: Thirdspace
thirdspace was born in 1982 as the emily. Eventually, the emily collective acquired Ain’t I a Woman?, a publication originally produced by the Women’s Studies department that dealt with issues of gender, race and (de)colonization. 
In 1999, the collective combined the two papers under a new masthead, The Womyn’s Publication Newtwerk, which also became the name of the new collective. We came to understand that having a “regular” paper (the emily) to deal with feminism and an “other” paper (Ain’t I a Woman?) to deal with gender and race ran counter to our mandate of inclusion for all. It had also been pointed out that the Emilys after whom we had named ourselves were all white Europeans, and we agreed that this too was not inclusive. 
Finally, having the paper titled The Womyn’s Publication Netwerk and subtitled something different each issue just became too confusing. A new millennium (or year) thus brought a new title. Long live thirdspace!
You can read pdfs of back issues in their archive here and follow their Tumblr here
For a chance to be featured as Zine of the Week, email your links to girlsgetbusyzine@gmail.com

Thanks for featuring us, Girls Get Busy! xo.
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