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St. Sucia Issue VII Release

To celebrate the release of its seventh issue (the BODY issue), St. Sucia, a rad local zine dedicated to mujer-centric literary, academic, and journalistic work, is once again throwing a party. Even as St. Sucia seeks to elucidate the experience of women (particularly women of color) in contemporary society, the zine’s issue release soirees are celebrations of San Anto culture and female identity. This time around, they’ve recruited musical guests Los De Esta Noche (cumbia punk), Mamis (surf punk), and El Tallercito Son (traditional Son Jarocho musical workshop). Meanwhile, DJ Heavyflow will be reppin’ Chulita Vinyl Club on the turntables and there will be various local vendors peddling handcrafted wares.

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