The Corners of Their Mouth Press is an indie press run by a queer couple in Seattle. We focus on the intersections of gender, queerness, food, and nature.
Land acknowledgement: Seattle is the traditional territory of Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish Tribe (Dkhw Duw’Absh).
- The Corners of Their Mouth: A Queer Food Zine
- The Queer Language of Flowers
Robin Elan (they/them) is a nonbinary bisexual artist specializing in comix and botanical illustration. Their solo work includes Flora and Fauna: Anxious Human Field Notes, Ways I Have Tried to Stop Biting My Nails, and they have published comix and nonfiction in Grab Back Comics, Comestible, and Compound Butter. Robin’s work focuses on nature, food, queerness, and mental health, particularly anxiety, depression, and OCD. Their favorite animal is a bear. Robin’s portfolio is at robin-elan.com.
L.M. Zoller (they/them) is a nonbinary bisexual writer and amateur cake decorator. They are the author of I’ll Make It Myself!: A Queer Food Blog, I Love You Like An Octopus, Drag Suit: A Nonbinary Swim Zine, Midwestern Transplant Presents The Legend of Big Butter Jesus, and Midwestern Transplant: The Jello Salad Mystery. They have published work in Compound Butter, Comestible, Papeachu Press, GRLSQUASH, and Dinner Bell Zine. They write about the intersections of food, gender, queerness, and mental health, especially disordered eating, partner abuse, and PTSD. Their favorite animal is an otter.