To celebrate our zine making event coming up on Wednesday, July 31, we're going to be profiling a few zines here at the library to get you excited!
Today, I'd like to draw your attention to the zine Quarrel. It's a new arrival here, so we don't have it on our shelves yet, but you can read it online at the POC Zine Project's website. We are super excited to be working with POCZP at our event Wednesday!
We're having a belated Zine Library Day event here at Barnard Library on Wednesday, July 31st from 11-5.
There will be a Zine Reading at 2:00, and Zinedora (like Pandora, but for zines) recommendation booths all day. The event is held in colaboration with the POC Zine Project.
Come get some vegan snax and make zines with us. And keep an eye out for our neon colored posters! You literally can't miss them.
Booklyn Artists Alliance is having a 24-Hour Zine Event starting Saturday, July 27th! Described as an "OVERNIGHT ZINE FACTORY / SLUMBER PARTY / MEDIA JAM," this is one party that you don't want to miss!
--A zine is something I do because I have something to say and I don't care who sees it as long as it's out there.
--Being a feminist has nothing to do with my armpits or my sexuality (both are fine, thanks for asking).
--Being a feminist is NOT man-bashing. Got that? (Though I wonder if so many people ask me that because male-oriented things are usually so ferociously unfriendly and demeaning to women. Don't judge me by the boys' rules, okay? I'm a human, treat me that way.) It's working for pesky things like equal pay for equal work, abortion access, helping battered women, affirmative action, welfare rights, birth control, daycare, ending racism, healing rape victims -- there's no fucking time for man-bashing. Don't I wish there was.
Sarah Manvel. Virago #2. July 1996. Page 3.
I've been adding zines to the library's online system and sometimes labelling and describing them leads to some pretty hilarious entries in the database. Here are a few of my favorites...
On June 25th, join MOCA and the A/P/A Institute at NYU for a conversation about the power of social media and other technologies to create platforms for alternative aesthetics and challenge inequitable structures of production. The event features zinester and author Mimi Thi Nguyen with other highly regarded activists.
More info here.
Pete's Mini Zine Fest is back! The ol' fest-in-a-bar strikes again!
This time, it will be
Saturday, August 24th, 2013 2pm-7pm
At the usual place: Pete's Candy Store (709 Lorimer St, Brooklyn)
Tables are only $10!