Queer.Archive.Work (QAW) is a nonprofit organization in Providence, Rhode Island that supports artists and writers with open access to space and resources for experimental publishing. QAW offers risograph printing (click on "Risograph" in the menu at the top of the page), a type of high quality digital printing suitable for short run editions. There is also a resource library ("Library") that has a non-circulating physical collection of zines, books, and objects, plus a digital download collection of more than 35 hard-to-find publications from the last 50 years. Additionally, in August 2020, QAW launched a residency program that supports artists. Readers can find profiles of the artists in residence by clicking "Residency" in the menu. QAW is also the name of a 2019 installation at the Internet Archive in San Francisco, created by QAW's founder, Paul Soulellis. The installation, QUEER.ARCHIVE.WORK 2 (1923 INTERNET ARCHIVE EDITION), consists of historical LGBTQ content from 1923 and works by African American and Native American artists and writers. Readers can find the exhibition catalog and links to select artifacts by clicking "About," then "Paul Soulellis."