Remember the promise and betrayal of the #AmtrakResidency and its heinous terms of service? (Note: they've taken the original ToS page down, but there's a post about it on PBS.) Well, your pals at the Barnard Zine Library and Archives are offering an alternative residency--on the F-Train and the Staten Island Ferry. We won't pay for your Metrocard, but we also won't demand to own your stuff! We will provide a goody bag to the first ten participants and encourage others to get snacks, materials and pee breaks sponsored. Mailing copies of your zines to the MTA & the DoT after is optional, but encouraged.
Photo from the Fly Away Zine Mobile blog
Mexican zines at the 2nd Zin Amigos zine fair in Mexico City, June 16th, 2012, photo from Fanzines Tumblr
Lots of zines were purchased but none bought this week because I spoke and tabled at the Brooklyn Zine Fest.
Cat and kitten adoption day on May 25th in Bushwick!
Brooklyn Zine Fest panel coordinator and Barnard alum Jordan Alam is facilitating the panel topics this weekend at Brooklyn Zine Fest!
Come participate in a vibrant conversation about race, gender and sexuality with four zinesters, activists, and media-makers this Thursday!
The Anchor Archive Zine Library is re-opening this Thursday!