This post is long overdue! During the summer, Eloisa Aquino was busy writing and drawing three new zines for the Vancouver show "Queering the International."
The zines all are about a queer Brazilian topic.
Madame Satã tells the story of the legendary hustler and performer of Rio de Janeiro in the 1930s and 1940s.
Pajubá talks about the secret language of Brazilian transgender folk travestis.
Brazilian Singers (from the series The Life & Times of Butch Dykes) humorously introduces several queer Brazilian musicians.
All the zines are now available in B&D's Etsy bookstore and soon in the bookstores that carry our stuff.