Zines are small, self published magazines. Here is a guide for folding the downloaded zines or even creating one yourself.

How to get the zines?

1) You can download some of the zines below. Find the links besides the zines.

2) For some zines I decided to send a ready printed and folded zine to your home address for a donation to Medica Mondiale. Since a long time I have been searching for a way to support their important work. Please donate the amount you like to them and then send me an email or Twitter DM with the donation confirmation and your post address :)

3) If donation doesn’t work for you feel welcome to write me a mail or Twitter DM. We will figure something out :)

5 ways to fight for your cause

These days it can be difficult and tiring to be an activist and fight for your cause. This zine inspired by Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan tells you about 5 ways to fight and keep strong. Suhaiymah is a writer, spoken-word poet, speaker and playwright from UK. The zine quotes her awesome Guardian video.

How to get the zine?
You can DOWNLOAD it here.
Please make sure to follow her on Twitter, Instagram and support her on Patreon.

Little Guide to Sketchnoting

This mini zine explains in a few tips and tricks of sketchnoting. Many people saw my sketchnotes on twitter and asked me about it. So I decided to make a little guide on how to get started because really anybody can learn it :)

How to get the zine?
I am distributing the zine on conferences I go to. So check my twitter for updates on that. I am also sending it for donation as described above.

The Cycle

An exploration on the science of the hormone cycle and ways to deal with premenstrual syndrome.

How to get the zine?
This zine is actually a bit more complicated to print. That's why I am sending it to you ready printed and folded for donation as described above.

The Question Tree

A zine collaboration with my friend Makena documenting our interactive art installation on self care in London 2017.

How to get the zine?
This zine is also a bit more complicated to print. That's why I am sending it to you ready printed and folded for donation as described above.

Ubi caritas

(IN GERMAN) An experience report on a half year long internship in a old people's home. Doing care of souls and listening to the stories of the 101 year old retiree I worked with.

How to get the zine?
This zine is also a bit more complicated to print. That's why I am sending it to you ready printed and folded for donation as described above.

ClojureBridge after workshop zine

A zine I made for one of our ClojureBridge Berlin workshops. Describing how to continue coding after the workshop and which other initiatives to check out, e.g. Open Tech School.

How to get the zine?
This zine is tied to Berlin at the moment. I am working on a version that is more general. Let me know if you want a copy for your event.