Want to participate in the next zinemarkt on November 23rd at Gelegenheiten?

Send us an e-mail to with some pictures of your work so we can curate it.

New Zinemarkt // Say (No) More


The dream is over: Ana woke up and left her room in order to look for the city she used to look at from the safeness of her bedroom window. For her surprise, instead of the sea from Almendra’s song, she just found a population infected by a strange virus whose main symptom is that they – just – can’t – stop – blabbering. Want to help Ana find an antidote to this blablablaitis pandemia through the power of zines? Join us next November 23rd for our Zinemarkt Say (No) More at Gelegenheiten Berlin!

If you want a table, send us an e-mail to with a brief description and some pictures of your project so we can curate it.


Ana Doesn’t Sleep – Table call is finally closed!

Here is the final list!

Alexandra Ruppert

Adrian Rock Sugar –

asta D –


Atenix Babes –

Dirty like the weeds –

Ducktape editions –

Joel Thomas –

Karla Paloma –


Lahar –

Malen Guerrero –

M. Victoria Rodriguez –

New Age Rage –

One witch

Perros, pañuelos y valentía –

Saleh Kazemi –

Sketches of a life –

Snail eyes

Soft Eis –

This dog life –

Bedtime Story Workshop

Let your dreams come true through the magic of images and words. Using a series of short stories, Sol Jalife and Sofia Montobbio from AtenixBabes invite you to create your zine.

When? October 5th, from 6pm to 8pm

Where? At Sameheads, Richardstr. 10, 12043 Neukölln, Berlin, Germany

We provide all materials. In order to participate, please send us an e-mail to

What’s the story behind “Ana doesn’t sleep”?

Named “Ana no duerme“, this song was composed by argentine musician Alberto “Flaco” Spinetta in the late sixties. Its main character, a teenage girl, finds a scape to the claustrophobic feeling given by her small bedroom through the creation of her own world full of words and images.

Winter is coming to the city whose party never ends and many of its habitants feel the same way as Ana: isolated, in waiting mode, longing for some sea far away… But does it have to be like this? Can the cold, endless nights be turned into something more than an excuse for escapism?

Let’s get together with old and new friends to give Berlin’s insomniac nights another meaning through the power of creativity. If we aren’t sleeping, let it be for doing something we love.


Open Call – Zinefest: Ana doesn’t sleep

Open call to all zinesters!

In the verge of winter, it’s time to get our crowd together and have a Zinefest to share the love for those things that make us have sleepless nights.

Do you have a Zine or a DIY project that you would like to show? Send us an e-mail to with a small brief and some pictures.

Date & venue coming soon!

Zine Curtain!

For all those who have one or a few zines they would like to share, there will be our *Zine Curtain*. You can put a few copies of your zine in one bag with an envelope and people can leave you money when they take it.

Für alle, die ein oder wenige Zines haben gibt es den *Zine Vorhang*. Dort könnt ihr ein paar Kopien eures Zine in eine Tasche stecken, zusammen mit einem Umschlag, und wenn wer euer Zine mitnimmt, legt die Person das Geld in den Umschlag.



WORKSHOP LINE-UP! (go to the Workshops page for more information on each workshop)

Samstag 1 December / Saturday 1 December

13.00 – 14.00 – Presentation of “Why I stopped making merch for a revolution that does not happen”, by Yori Gagarim

14.00 – 16.oo – Project Uter presentation

16.00 – 18.00 – Create your own zine! with Lady Gaby **


Sonntag 2 December / Sunday 2 December

14.30 – 15.30 – Happy Birthday, Xerox! A talk by Christian Schmidt

16.00 – 18.00 – Lou’s humurous collage **


** Diese Workshops erfordern eine Registrierung. Für weitere Informationen und wie Sie sich anmelden, klicken Sie hier

** These workshops require registration. For more information and how to sign up, click here