Frances St Press is an indie publisher for solo and collaborative zines run by Ash Watson.

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So Fi Zine – for sociological short stories, poetry and visual art.

Queering the Map story project zines – a creative extension of the QTM research project.

Sociological senses – a mini zine series on the sensory dimensions of sociological research, reading, writing and analysis

AKE Zine – interdisciplinary and critical feminist arts/research from the Affect, Knowledge and Embodiment workshop series.

Talking Flowers zine – a creative work featured in the More-Than-Human Wellbeing exhibition.

Pink Cover – a zine for works across all creative mediums exploring the sentimental, domestic, sensitive, nostalgic, emotional, erotic, sensual, romantic sad, joyful and in between moments in life.

Algorithmic Micropolitics – a collaborative reflection on how we feel and sense algorithms in everyday life.

FRG Zine – a collaborative exploration of feminist experiences in patriarchal and neo-liberal academia from TASA’s Families and Relationships thematic group.

Panels that Transform – an exhibition catalogue zine for “Panels that Transform: Comics and Activism”.


Frances St Press is committed to providing a platform for openly accessible, innovative works of creative social inquiry.

To get in touch contact Ash at