Mimi Thi Nguyen
SRLP POSTER COLLABORATION
I collaborated with artist Sarah Faith on this limited-edition poster for the Sylvia Rivera Law Project and its 2014 Small Works for Big Change art auction.
POCZP/RACE RIOT TOUR 2013
I joined the 2013 POC Zine Project Race Riot Tour (named after my old compilation zines) for events from Tucson to San Francisco, from October 14-19.
ARCHIPELAGO PODCAST
The Funambulist's Leopold Lambert recaps our podcast conversation about "the epidermalization of the public body" from 4 October 2013 in New York City.
ASSEMBLAGES & AFFINITIES
I am co-organizer fpr this amazing symposium,"Assemblages & Affinities: Reimagining Interdisciplinarity," 23 September 2013, at the University of Illinois.
YOUNGIST INTERVIEW
The Youngist's Suey Park interviews me about being a "punk, feminist, activist, and professor."
FEMINIST WIRE "FEMINISTS WE LOVE" INTERVIEW
Tanisha Ford interviews me for The Feminist Wire's "Feminists We Love" series.
LINDA NGUYEN PRINTS
For a limited time, artist Linda Nguyen is offering prints inspired by two Vietnamese American women writers, myself and lê tho diem thúy (6"x4" 1-color letterpress on 140# cardstock). Prints benefit the Transformative Art Practice Space.
IN PAPER MAG
An excerpt from Johanna Fateman's (Le Tigre, among other things) essay in The Riot Grrrl Collection (Feminist Press, 2013), featuring selected zines, posters, flyers, journals and letters housed in NYU's Fales Library Riot Grrrl Collection and edited by Lisa Darms, which mentions the Race Riot compilation zines.
PUNK OUT ON GUILLOTINE
Sarah McCarry's Guillotine ("a series of erratically published chapbooks focused on revolutionary non-fiction") releases its fourth issue, a conversation between myself and Golnar Nikpour (Maximumrocknroll and B|ta’arof), in June 2013. Order it here.
"DIASPORIC EROTIC" IN CAMERA OBSCURA
My essay, "Diasporic Erotic: Love, Loss, and the Copy," is published now in Camera Obscura (28:1).
INTERVIEW IN BITCH MAGAZINE
Writer Tina Vasquez interviews me for a feature called, "Revisiting the Riot: An Interview with Punk Veteran Mimi Thi Nguyen," in the Summer 2013 Issue of Bitch Magazine.
INTERVIEW IN UNTITLED MAG
Read an older interview (from September 2012) with me in Untitled Mag here.
GIFT OF FREEDOM IN CRITICAL LEDE
I did an interview/podcast with The Critical Lede about The Gift of Freedom. Available to listen streaming or as a download.
POC ZINE PROJECT IN COLORLINES
POC Zine Project founder Daniela Capistrano is featured in Colorlines speaking about zines by people of color as critical forms of material and expressive culture. (A Race Riot! tour photo caps the essay, including tour members!)
FALES LIBRARY DONATION AND COLLABORATION WITH POC ZINE PROJECT STATEMENT!
I recently donated over 60 zines by people of color (pre-1997), in collaboration with the POC Zine Project, to the Riot Grrrl Collection at the Fales Library at New York University. You can read the donation statement at thread & circuits!
RACE RIOT 2 ONLINE
POC Zine Project has digitized the second Race Riot compilation zine (2002)! You can now read it online or as a digital download.
WOMEN & PERFORMANCE SPECIAL DOUBLE ISSUE ON PUNK ANTERIORS!
PUNK ANTERIORS: GENEALOGY, THEORY, PERFORMANCE, a special issue of Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory edited by Beth Stinson and Fiona I.B. Ngo, is out! My essay "Race, Riot Grrrl, and Revival" and my soundtrack "Making Waves: Other Punk Feminisms" are included alongside essays and commentaries by Osa Atoe (Shotgun Seamstress), Nia King (Colorlines, Ungrateful Black/White Girl), Katherine Wadkins (Wisdom Tooth, For the Birds Feminist Collective and Distro), Alice Bag (Violence Girl), Mariam Bastani (Maximumrocknroll), Ceci Moss, Iraya Robles, and so many more!
READ THE INTRO TO GIFT OF FREEDOM
Read the introduction to The Gift of Freedom: War, Debt, and Other Refugee Passages *Duke UP: 2012) on Scribd.
THE POC ZINE PROJECT TOUR 2012
I'm going on tour with The POC Zine Project: Race Riot from September 24-October 7, at select East Coast and Midwest cities! Read more about the tour here, and my thoughts on the reasons for the tour here.
WATCH MEET ME AT THE RACE RIOT, NOVEMBER 2011
The POC ZIne Project, For the Birds Collective, and Barnard Zine Library teamed up for an amazing event in November 2011 featuring zinesters of color (coincidentally, all rad women of color) speaking about the zines we've collectively published from 1990 to the present. Watch the video here.
RACE RIOT AVAILABLE TO READ ONLINE
POC Zine Project has posted a scan of the first Race Riot compilation zine online!
RACE RIOTS BACK IN DISTRIBUTION
Both first and second issues of the compilation zine ...Race Riot are back in distribution from Stranger Danger Distro (online and at Chicago events in person) and For the Birds Collective (at NYC events in person).
RACE RIOT IN STEPHEN DUNCOMBE AND MAXWELL TREMBLAY'S WHITE RIOT READER
My compilation zines ...Race Riot on race and subcultures are featured (and excerpted) in this comprehensive reader on race and punk, as well as one of my more well-read Punk Planet columns (which can be found here). Out on Verso Books in July 2011.
THREADBARED IN SF GATE/SF CHRONICLE
Threadbared, my collaborative research blog on dress and beauty (with Minh-Ha Pham), is featured in the San Francisco Chronicle: "Threadbared blog ties together world of issues".
RACE RIOT IN SIGNS: A JOURNAL OF WOMEN IN CULTURE AND SOCIETY
Elke Zobl. “Cultural Production, Transnational Networking, and Critical Reflection in Feminist Zines,” in “Comparative Perspectives Symposium: Feminist Zines,” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 35 (1), 2009: 1-12.

Jenna Freedman. “Grrrl Zines in the Library,” in “Comparative Perspectives Symposium: Feminist Zines,” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 35 (1), 2009: 52-59.
ZINES IN ALISON PIEPMEIER'S GIRL ZINES
Alison Piepmeier. Girl Zines: Making Media, Doing Feminism. New York City: New York University Press, 2009.
CHANCES DANCES MASK SUMMER 2007
For the “Summoning a New Queer Reality” Exhibition, Chances Dances in the Summer 2007 named me one of twenty-five “queer revolutionaries” to be made into a mask, included among Gregg Araki, James Baldwin, Claude Cahun, Angela Davis, Divine, Michel Foucault, Feliz Gonzalez-Torres, Audre Lorde, Marlon Riggs, Urvashi Vaid, David Wojnarowicz, and others. Available at Chances Dances. Probably the best thing ever!