The San Francisco Zine Fest is a free, annual celebration of small-press publishing, from zines and comics to art books and beyond. The SF Zine Fest serves as a vital showcase of the diversity, creativity, and ongoing exuberance of the small press movement.  

Our exhibitors range from established small-press publishing houses to first time self-publishers and creators. Writers, artists, cartoonists, crafters, illustrators, printmakers and all manner of artists use the SF Zine Fest as a unique venue to sell, trade, and otherwise share their work with an ever-growing audience.  

SFZF 2013 is FREE and open to the public! Over 140 small-press and DIY creators will be selling, trading, and sharing their work with the public at large.  

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SFZF 2013 Special Guests

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 Justin Hall

Justin's work includes True Travel Tales, Hard to Swallow, and Glamazonia The Uncanny Super Tranny. He is also the editor of No Straight Lines: Four Decades of Queer Comics, an anthology of LGBTQ comics that happens to highlight history and culture. Justin just won the 2013 Lambda Literary Foundation Award for Best Anthology, and has been nominated for and Eisner Award. 

 


 

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Sophia Foster-Dimino and Roman Muradov

"Roman Muradov is an illustrator and cartoonist from Russia, currently living in San Francisco. His work has appeared in the New Yorker, New York Times, and other nice places. His first graphic novel, "(In A Sense) Lost & Found," comes out this fall from Nobrow Press. He loves tea, books, and long aimless walks."

"Sophia Foster-Dimino is a cartoonist and illustrator whose comics have appeared in anthologies like (ku)š! and Happiness. She loves food, film, and videogames. Her first long-form comic will be published by Retrofit in the fall. She lives in San Francisco with her husband, Roman."