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University of Cambridge grad student Stefanie Carter is looking for authors and readers of Riot Grrrl zines to be interviewed for her research thesis. In her work, she hopes to emphisize the importance of zines and networks of zinesters to the Riot Grrrl movement overall.

Because Stefanie is located in the UK, the interview will be recorded over the phone, email, or Skype for US residents. The interview will be approximately one-hour long and will consist of pre-composed questions as well as questions that arise during conversation.

 

If you would be interested in participating in this interview or would like to recieve more information, contact Stefanie at stefanielcarter@gmail.com.

The Madison InfoShop, a radical resource center in Madison, WI, is launching a digital zine library and oral history project. Get a summary and volunteer info.

The weather has been a bit cold lately, but Spring is on its way! I was inspired by the Papercut Zine Library's post on gardening zines and decided to share a few zines for the nice weather ahead!

Wow, Rave Archive has a lot of zines avaliable to read digitally online. They feature zines from the 1990s that document rave and punk music popular at the time from all over the US, UK, and Canada.

If you were at Meet Me at the Race Riot earlier this year, then you had the privilegeof seeing Osa Atoe read from her amazing zine Shotgun Seamstress. She is now releasing all six issues as one box set. She's even throwing in a free mixtape! Don't miss this chance to own such an important part of  zine punk history!

Do you ever read the Missed Connections section of Craigslist and wish that more zinesters showed up? Submit your stories of splitzines, admiration, and/or passionate yearning to Zine Crush!

Are you looking for zines on nationality and transition? Do you have any zines to add to the list? Click here to go to CUNY's blog to see Alycia Sellie's growing list of zines!

We'll Never Have Paris #9 - submission deadlines May 1. WNHP is a nonfiction literary submissions based zine all put together by one woman. Contributors shall send a story or essay of your tales of regret. The theme for this issue is "new to you," whatever that means to you. First time writers encouraged. Nonfiction only, sorry no poetry or fiction.

Call for contributions:

Barnard Zine Club Apocalypse Zine

UPDATE: We have received a sufficient number of applications and are no longer accepting new candidates. We will reopen the search later, if necessary.

Summer Library Job: Zines Assistant
Open to Barnard and Columbia students and '12 graduates.

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