Like mixtapes and Doc Martens, zines are back. One of the best ones out there is called Burn Something Zine, by local artist and rabble-rouser Adrienne Doyle. Seeking to create a queer-inclusive alternative space for women of color, Doyle offers a forum for social critique and identity exploration with a crop of no-holds-barred poems, short stories, and artwork. Burn Something is not just a zine, however. The publication hosted a reading last fall, providing an evening for community building, poetry, and storytelling. There are more events planned for the future, including an upcoming comedy series. You can find Burn Something Zine on Issuu, but also check Juxtaposition Arts, Avenue Eatery, and Ancestry Books for a paper copy.