It’s International Zine Month!

July is here, and with it, International Zine Month!

 Here in the Entertainment, Literature & Biography room, we've put together a display full of hand picked specialties from our growing zine collection. There is also a small poster, adapted from the Stolen Sharpie Revolution site, that has tips on how to celebrate and DIY your way through the month and our former card catalog is filled with small, display versions of some of our personal favorite zines in the collection. Come take a look in person and stop by the desk to talk zines with our staff!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Are you new to zines and don't know where to start your zine reading journey? Here are a few amazing zines to get yourself going!

 

 Zine Trading for Noobs

A short guide to the hows & whys of the zine trading scene
Zine Trading for Noobs

 

Bus Stop

A vividly colored psychedelic mini comic about a bus stop.
Bus Stop

 

 

The Moon Zine: Issue #05 - Food, January 2016

A collection of poetry, prose, and pictures centered around the theme of food.
The Moon Zine

 

Charge

A collection of robot themed mini comics
Charge

 

DIY or Don’t We? #1

A collection of information about doing things together as friends, family, collectives, and communities.
DIY or Don't We?

 

I Blame Grandma

A 24 hour mini comic documenting the creator’s run in with a large sum of money in his youth.
I Blame Grandma

 

 

 

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