San Anto Zine Fest
The San Anto Zine Fest is a small, startup organization that was started by a handful of women of color, intended for women of color. Their ultimate mission is to attract attention to under–represented creatives, in particular, Hispanic women who may have lower representation in the world of art and literature.

SAZF was in need of a cohesive brand identity that would help highlight it as a safe place for women creatives coming from minority groups, independent publications, and small press companies that are located in the San Antonio area.



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“Garden  of the Womanimal” by Carolina Paquita.
“Die k.k. Hofzuckerbäckerei Demel” by Federico von Berzewiczy–Pallavicini.
“The Sun Our Nearest Star” written by Franklin M. Branley and illustrated by Helen Borten.
“Miscarriage. The Abortive Attempt.” by Loretta Baretta and Carmen Monoxide’s Miscarriage Magazine, 1977–1978.
“100 pages. 5 zines.” by Kazunari Hattori, Tomoo Gokita, Daifu Motoyuki, Takashi Homma, Ai Tsuchikawa.
“Presence” Collaborative poetry magazine with various contributors from the Beat Generation.
“No Magazine” An LA and NY fanzine circa 1978–1985. Image courtesy Arthur Fournier.
“Rituals” by Beci Orpin Eirian Chapman.
“Anátema” by Heitor Kimura.
“Flash Zine” by Jake Foreman.
“Riot Grrrl Zine” by Riot Grrrl.
“Knock Before Entering” by Yondr Studio.
“Unmatter” by Dominic Kesterton.
Untitled Zine by Hattie Stewart.