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Gina and Joe Talk About Queer Horror
8.5"x5.5", 20p, full color matte cover, inside on heavy b+w, 28lb. paper
In the inaugural issue of Gina and Joe Talk About, Gina Brandolino and Joe Carlough delve into the highly-personal topic of Queer Horror. Blending personal essays, academic writing, hand drawn illustrations, and recommendation lists, Gina & Joe dive into one of their favorite intersections, the place where queerness and horror meet.
From the back cover: In this issue of Gina and Joe Talk About, Joe and Gina dive into one of their favorite intersections, the place where queerness and horror movies meet. Whether we’re coming out of Nightmare on Elm Street 2 as changed people, feeling disbelieved by the men in our lives, hiding from the monsters in our closets, wondering if we’re the monsters ourselves, or embracing our power as the true final girls, there’s something about horror movies that not only thrills, but also offers a safe space to reflect on yourself and challenge your current situation. So, how do Joe and Gina connect to horror movies? Read on and find out!