Archiving "Anything That Moves"

Links and information about the project.

We are a group of bisexuals aged 17-24 aiming to compile an online archive of Anything That Moves, the 1990-2002 bisexual magazine, for accessibility to the public and the bisexual community.

We block transphobes (including transmedicalists) and anti-sex worker blogs.

Issues we need to scan:

  • Issue 1 (found in uni library)

  • Issue 2 (scans found!)

  • Issue 3 (found in uni library)

  • Issue4 (found in uni library)

  • Issue 5 (found in uni library)

  • Issue 6 (found in uni library)

  • Issue 7 (found in uni library)

  • Issue 8 (bought)

  • Issue 9 (found in uni library)

  • Issue 10 (found in uni library)

  • Issue 11 (bought)

  • Issue 12 (bought)

  • Issue 13 (bought)

  • Issue 14 (found in uni library)

  • Issue 15 (found in uni library)

  • Issue 16 (bought)

  • Issue 17 (found in uni library)

  • Issue 18 (found in uni library)

  • Issue 19 (found in uni library)

  • Issue 20 (found in uni library)

  • Issue 21 (found in uni library)

  • Issue 22 (found in uni library)

We've now found all 22 issues of Anything That Moves! Thank you to everyone who helped!

Who are we?

Rezki (23, he/they) is a bi nonbinary French person who runs @mascbi on Tumblr, a blog centering bisexuals and bi men's issues. He transcribes ATM issues and does organizational work.

Emma (17, they/she) is a bisexual nonbinary femme from Texas. They love history, so helping find and share issues of ATM is exciting to them. Making history and information widely and freely accessible is important to them, and they want bisexual people to feel represented and learn about our culture. Their tumblr is @snakeplantstudy.

Kravitz (17, he/him) is a scanner for the blog. He scanned issue #16 of ATM, which became the catalyst for the creation of this blog. You can reach him @mediumkravitz.

Amy (23, he/she) is a nonbinary bisexual from the UK who is very into bi history. You can find him @biexgirlfriend. She's helping with transcribing and whatever else needs done.

Han (20, all pronouns) is a gender-nonconforming bisexual from the Midwest. They are currently a college student studying art history and religion hoping to one day work in a library or a museum. Making art and books more accessible to all is their biggest goal in life. They believe this project is a great start to making (often hard to find) bisexual history available to all who are interested!

You can contact us:

If you own or have access to any issues of Anything That Moves that you can scan, please contact us and let us know so we can add your scans to the archives and transcribe them!