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She is the founder of Queer Zine Fest London, which first took place in London on 8th Dec 2012. Charlotte has contributed to and curated a number of UK based [[zines]]. She curated [[Everything She Said]], a collection of writings on women in music to commemorate ''Ladyfest'' 10, in 2010. Charlotte is also a regular speaker at zine events and festivals, appearing at Sister Spit in 2009, My Mouth Your Ear in 2009, The Storm In A Tea Cup/Not So Popular/Girls Get Busy Pussy Riot fundraiser in 2012 and the Girls Get Busy Zinefest in 2012.   
 
She is the founder of Queer Zine Fest London, which first took place in London on 8th Dec 2012. Charlotte has contributed to and curated a number of UK based [[zines]]. She curated [[Everything She Said]], a collection of writings on women in music to commemorate ''Ladyfest'' 10, in 2010. Charlotte is also a regular speaker at zine events and festivals, appearing at Sister Spit in 2009, My Mouth Your Ear in 2009, The Storm In A Tea Cup/Not So Popular/Girls Get Busy Pussy Riot fundraiser in 2012 and the Girls Get Busy Zinefest in 2012.   
  
Charlotte has written on zine culture and the herstory of dyke comics for ''DIVA'' magazine.  
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Charlotte has written on zine culture and the herstory of dyke comics for ''DIVA'' magazine and is currently working on The Queer Working Class Zine Project.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:56, 23 November 2013

Charlotte Richardson Andrews is a London based writer, journalist, editor and zinester.

She is the founder of Queer Zine Fest London, which first took place in London on 8th Dec 2012. Charlotte has contributed to and curated a number of UK based zines. She curated Everything She Said, a collection of writings on women in music to commemorate Ladyfest 10, in 2010. Charlotte is also a regular speaker at zine events and festivals, appearing at Sister Spit in 2009, My Mouth Your Ear in 2009, The Storm In A Tea Cup/Not So Popular/Girls Get Busy Pussy Riot fundraiser in 2012 and the Girls Get Busy Zinefest in 2012.

Charlotte has written on zine culture and the herstory of dyke comics for DIVA magazine and is currently working on The Queer Working Class Zine Project.

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