GIGA2: Guaranteed Income in Ann Arbor

Join us for a event learning about Guaranteed Income to Grow Ann Arbor, a guaranteed income pilot that will provide monthly payments of $528 to Ann Arbor entrepreneurs with low incomes for two years. You must be 18 years old, live in Ann Arbor, make less than 225% of the federal poverty line and be an entrepreneur, broadly defined. Researchers from the University of Michigan will be on hand to talk about the program and answer all your questions.

Zine Workshop with Linette Lao

Zines are self-made little magazines or booklets that can be about absolutely anything! They can be made using a single sheet of paper or printed more professionally. Zines can include writing, comics, collage, art, or anything you can think of. In this workshop, you'll see some examples of zines and then have the chance to be creative and make your own. Presented by zine maker and creative writing instructor Linette Lao.

Film Screening and Q&A | Warrior Lawyers: Defenders of Sacred Justice

WARRIOR LAWYERS is a one-hour documentary about Native American role models, Nation Re-Building and Tribal Justice. Through the personal and professional stories of American Indian Attorneys, Tribal Judges and their colleagues, the program provides an overview of the major historical, governmental, legal, judicial and intertwining social justice issues shaping many Federally Recognized Nations today.

This 60-minute documentary is unrated. Join us for a screening of the film followed by a Q&A with the director Audrey Geyer.

A2CAF: Small + Indie Press | Queer Comic Creators Panel

LGBTQ+ representation has evolved over the years as artists have increasingly felt more comfortable sharing their stories with audiences. Local comics creators Anne Haddox (SQUiRT, CRUSH), Emma Jayne (LSBN, Trans Girls Hit the Town), and Nick Stellanova (The Dazzle) will discuss their creative process and queer representation in comics. This panel will be moderated by Carta Monir (Lara Croft Was My Family).

This event is part of A2CAF: Small + Indie Press. For a full list of events and vendors, go to

A2CAF: Small + Indie Press | Level Up Your Audience: Working with Small Publishers

Alex Hoffman (Fieldmouse Press), Aya Krisht (Maamoul Press), Cris Siqueria (Lion's Tooth), and Yhasmin Wilder (Detroit Zine Fest) will offer insights on how to work with publishers and get your work out there. This discussion will be a moderated discussion.

This event is part of A2CAF: Small + Indie Press. For a full list of events and vendors, go to