Zines for powerful, intuitive Bay Area women and the people who live in awe of them.


26 Stories About a Young Phil Jackson

26 Stories About a Young Phil Jackson is an innovative, filthy short story collection and audiobook with memories of an NBA semi-legend during the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s. Ex-lovers, teammates, rivals and a plumber recount how Jackson stole their ideas and broke their hearts for personal gain. Recommended for basketball fans and haters alike: Anyone haunted by the ghost of a toxic charmer will find something to enjoy.

26 Stories… is written by Molly Rosen Marriner, illustrated by Ivan Kazukov, designed by Zhdan Philippov, edited by Jane Justice Leibrock (text) and Chris Mosson (audio), and voice over’d by a fleet of 26 actors: the book is envisioned so that each page has a QR code to enjoy a recorded reading of each story.

pages: 40
dimensions: 4.25” x 6.87”
published: March 2023

Order options:
- Standard Phil — Just the book
- Eleven Rings Edition — Limited, deluxe edition which comes with a Kazukov sticker pack so you can vandalize photos of the Phils in your own life
- Molly’s Body — Molly’s body of work about…her body, neatly wrapped up in a Live Through This-inspired bow. Includes everything in the Eleven Rings Edition, PLUS Memories of Fat Camp, a zine which explores what two summers at weight loss camp, binge diet and exercise, and late ‘90s culture did (and continue to do) to Molly, featuring loving participation and interviews from her parents, sister, and childhood BFF

Enter the Menstagram

You’re a dude. You see a ton of boobs in your Instagram feeds. What’s your culpability level?

Molly Rosen Marriner explores her male pals' Instagram feeds like Werner Herzog slashing through a meme-and-bra-ad rainforest in this new project. Through a series of screenshots, interviews, and sloppy yet thoughtful postulating, they arrive at some surprising and time-old conclusions about the nature of the internet and men.

Comes in four colors—“let us choose for you.”

pages: 20
dimensions: 4” x 5”
published: March 2023

Goodreads, Badreads

At Content Queen, duh, we use Goodreads—the app where people track the books they want to read, brag about the books they have read, and...give books star ratings, from one to five. What, we wondered, is the actual meaning of those stars? What makes a “two-star” book, vs. a “three-star” one? This zine has all the answers, including unprecedented data visualizations.

pages: 16
dimensions: 5” x 6.5”
published: March 2023

Who BARTed?

A zine that asks the question: “Is BART a metaphor for the Bay Area, or is it just a train?” Featuring writing, comics, memoirs, songs and more by artists and children of the Bay Area.

pages: 64
dimensions: 8.5” x 11”
published: October 2022

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