General Zine Lovers Urged to Release Imagination 15 March, 2016 I’m partly sharing this because she is featured holding Don’t Call Me Cupcake (squee!), but it’s also a great article featuring someone who built a zine space from nothing in New Zealand. Ultimate freedom, self-expression, and creating books about anything in the universe sums up the Featherston Zine Club, which is having its first meeting on Thursday. The workshop creating zines – self-published pieces of work on anything you want – will be held at the Featherston Community Centre on the third Thursday of each month. Zines, often A5 in size or smaller, date back to the 1930s and are publications of either original or appropriated texts and images, usually reproduced by photocopier. Behind the club is Featherston resident and zine producer Sam Dew, who says the workshops aim to encourage people to feel confident to express themselves. Read more HERE Sharing is CaringFacebookLinkedInTwitterGoogleTumblrPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Previous Call for Submissions: Activist Journeys Zine Newer Mini-Zine Review: Hey Ho Banjo 2 Comments confessionsofawhirlwindmind 15 March, 2016 at 11.46 am Reply You know, thanks to your blog I’m actually becoming more interested in looking into this whole zine thing 🙂 Loading... Nyx 16 March, 2016 at 4.55 pm Reply Excellent. ^_^ Loading... Your Thoughts? Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.