back pocket press is a collaborative publication, printing and distribution project.
katy resides in ypsilanti, mi, pens the perzine series trial & error, and has written zines about sexuality, sexual health, trauma, and local and global history. in addition to writing zines, katy is a nursing student, sex educator, workshop facilitator and farmer. she has facilitated workshops and discussion groups for local free skools, co-ops, and youth art camps. she is available to speak or give zine workshops and radical sex education workshops. katy is passionate about the power of zines as a transformative medium both for self-expression and communication/collaboration.
momo writes about mental health, self-care, and building destigmatized emotional support networks. she is passionate about connecting personal experiences of trauma and mental health to broader social struggles, as well as creating spaces for people who experience what is commonly referred to as mental illness to share common experiences and combat isolation. as a member of the zine collective, she is interested in curating a collection of zines that are rooted in anti-oppression frameworks and explore struggles for collective liberation through a variety of mediums (personal experiences, history, social theory, etc.). she is a radical educator, homesteader, and community organizer. she currently resides in ypsilanti, mi