Najawa, a Story of Palestine: Zine Edition

Red Wedge Comix is excited to announce that Michelle Sayles, author of "Najawa, A Story of Palestine" has converted this comic into a free zine! This comic was previously published on Red Wedge Comix on November 13, 2015. Michelle Sayles is an artist and community organizer living in Burlington, VT. You can find more of her work on her blog. If you are interested in downloading a PDF of the zine, click the link provided below. - Craig E. Ross

Najawa, A Story of Palestine: Zine Edition

"Najawa: A Story of Palestine" is a 45’ long comic piece created by artist Michelle Sayles in the summer of 2015. The comic tells the story of a Palestinian woman’s life in decade snapshots as she navigates her country under occupation, ending with a vision of future liberation. The story synthesizes together oral history, documentary, and media accounts of life in occupied Palestine to raise awareness about the history of the ongoing Palestinian/Israeli conflict. Check out this awesome video of the artist explaining more about each panel:

The Communal Order of the Ouroboros #2

Just in time for the full moon, The Communal Order of the Ouroboros is back from it's winter hiatus. The Communal Order of the Ouroboros is a highly esoteric yet self-proclaimed open coven for all Communist witches, warlocks, and other magical and/or mystical Marxists. This comic is the magical diary or "Communist Grimoire" told through the first person perspectives of 5 communist witches who start a coven dedicated to using any magical means necessary to overthrow the dictatorship of capital. - Craig E. Ross

St. Guillotine and the Red Mass is a magical music and performance art legion. They are dedicated to using any magical means necessary in the abolition of the existing order of capitalist dictatorship. You can find out more info about them on their Tumblr and Soundcloud.

Craig E. Ross is an artist and editor at Red Wedge Magazine, printmaker, cartoonist, illustrator and freelance graphic designer currently living in Southern Illinois. They work in traditional woodblock printmaking as well as various digital mediums. They received a BFA in Printmaking from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. They are also a member of November Network of Anti-capitalist Studio Artists. For more info or commissions, email them at You can also check them out on Tumblr, Facebook, and Etsy. Also be sure to check out their Patreon campaign to learn more about their art and The Communal Order of the Ouroboros.