Get lit at Lil Indies as three female-driven zines collaborate on one big release party

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Tittie-Thyme #8 - SARAH SADLER
  • Sarah Sadler
  • Tittie-Thyme #8
The DIY zine scene is thriving in Orlando, particularly in the area of zines created by women. Tittie-Thyme, a zine created by a collective of talented ladies, is known as much for their entertaining hodgepodge of art, poetry, fiction and non-fiction as they are for their fun release parties featuring live music, readings, raffles and a carnival-like atmosphere. Joining them for the release of their eighth issue are Let’s Kiss and Phosphene, issuing their second and first volumes respectively. Far from your usual staid literary event, this party will also have live music from some of Orlando’s coolest female songwriters like the Areolas’ Holly Herzog, proving Tittie-Thyme’s adage, “Femme is not frail.”

8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14 | Lil Indies, 1036 N. Mills Ave. | willspub.org | free


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