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About Neither/nor

Neither/nor is a Zine Distro based in Kansas City, MO responsible for curating zine sections in each the following brick and mortar stores!

Revolution Records (1830 Locust St.) Monday-Saturday 11-7, Sunday 1-5

Josey Records (1814 Oak St.) Monday-Thursday 11-8, Friday & Saturday 11-9, Sunday 12-6

It's a Beautiful Day (3918 Broadway Blvd) Monday-Thursday 11-7,  Friday & Saturday 11-8, Sunday 12-5

Sister Anne's (901 E 31st St.) Monday-Sunday 7am-7pm

Hitt Records (10 Hitt St, Columbia, MO 65201) Monday-Thursday 10-8, Friday & Saturday 10-10, Sunday 12-6

Local (KC), personal, DIY, self-care, radical and feminist zines are the focus of this distro. Other things neither/nor has to offer are titles from Pioneers Press, Silver Sprocket, Eberhardt Press, School of Life Design, and Portland Button Works, used zines, Slingshot Newspapers and Organizers, pin back buttons, and lots of cool free stuffZines available at each brick and mortar store vary and are curated to serve each location's specific tastes and clientele.  

Services provided by Neither/nor include: workshops, custom made 1.25" pin back buttons, and a mail order zine subscription service.

Neither/nor is currently in the process of cataloging a zine library containing 1000+ zines! Check out the library database here!


Neither/nor is owned and operated by Kansas Citian, Jess Hogan. Jess loves making, reading, trading, and collecting zines. It’s that love that lead her to connect with other local zinesters and work towards putting on the KC Zine Con for the past 4 years! In November 2015, after the success and connections made at Zine Con #1, her long time dream of running a zine distro came true! She hopes the distro will be a source for new and old zine makers/enthusiasts to sell their zines and support one another as well as serve as a zine destination in KC year round.

When she's not doing ziney things Jess practices and teaches yoga in multiple studios throughout KC. Like zines, she thinks yoga is empowering, a means of self expression, and a way to build community. Expect and non-judgmental approach that emphasizes focus on one's breath in order to connect to the present and to the whole self (body+mind+spirit). Her classes are accessible and trauma informed. For her teaching schedule and more information about accessible yoga visit