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Here are some highlights from zines added to our library catalog (most of them donated by Keight Bergmann) this weekend:

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Head over to Minneapolis Community & Technical College Library this Saturday, March 30th! The library is hosting  "Publishing to the People," which is held in collaboration with the Minnesota Museum of American Art's exhibit "DIY Printing: Presses Not Required." They've got events going from 9-3, including zine cataloguing, zine making, button making, and a panel discussion with museum employees and librarians.

 

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Wednesday, March 13, 6:15-8pm
Lehman 201
Bring art supplies. Get snacks and a free zine.

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Long-time zine publisher, artist, designer, letter-writer, swimmer and Barnard Zine Library donor Marissa Falco will lead a workshop for the Barnard Zine Club, and we're hoping she'll be joined by friends from her 1990s girl zinester gang, on Wed. 3/13 from 6-8.

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Hey there! Check out this great new project that I (Jordan) have been working on recently: As[I]Am is a soon-to-be-launched Asian American social justice website showcasing the work of artists and activists across the US. We have a Facebook page with our mission statement and a call for submissions out. Our first deadline is March 2nd for submissions to be featured with the launch! Digital zines are gladly accepted. Additionally, any zinesters that want to participate in email interviews for As[I]Am, shoot us an email! Please send submissions and other notes to asiamproject@gmail.com – more info and submission guidelines after the jump.

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Thursday, February 6, 2013
6-7pm
Lehman 204

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The theme for the upcoming issue #5 (Spring, 13’) of my fanzine Muchacha is "Brown Queen: Latina Voices of the 21st Century." I am calling out to Latina/Chicana/Hispanic identified women worldwide to contribute their voices though an array of mediums including poetry, essays, art, comics, etc. I want this issue to serve as a time capsule for future generations of Brown women. Let our voices be heard and let us pick up the pieces and continue the lessons of our foremothers. As Gloria Anzaldúa brilliantly said: "I will no longer be made to feel ashamed of existing. I will have my voice: Indian, Spanish, white. I will have my serpent’s tongue - my woman’s voice, my sexual voice, my poet’s voice. I will overcome the tradition of silence."

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We are ecstatic to have just received a donation of zines by people of color from Mimi Thi Nguyen, labor of lovingly photocopied by UIUC graduate research assistant in English Ariana Ruiz. The donation was delivered by Daniela Capistrano on behalf of the POC Zine Project. w00t!

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Per an email from the organizers of the Brooklyn Zine Fest:

Dust off your zine descriptions and start remembering how to spell your own name, because the Brooklyn Zine Fest 2013 Exhibitor Application is opening in one week on Thursday, January 3rd!
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