About this Site
This site is home to news and information related to the Brooklyn College Library Zine Collection. Our collection began in 2011 and consists of print zines. Our primary focus is upon zines created within or about the borough of Brooklyn, although we also collect other work.
For more information, see About the Collection.
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Author Archives: Alycia Sellie
Former BCL intern Emma Karin Eriksson (and zinester herself) wrote this lovely piece on the Brooklyn College Library Zine Collection in the Kingsman: FOLD, STAPLE, SHARE! Welcoming the Brooklyn College Zine Library Collection.
Natalie Nuzzo’s English 1012 class recently visited and responded to the zine collection and exhibition. Find out what they thought over at their class blog! We’re really happy to have classes visiting, reflecting upon, and using the collection!
Our Brooklyn radical archives comrades are inviting everyone to come and check out their amazing collections: Interference Archive Open House! Last December the Interference Archive (IA) opened its doors in Brooklyn, providing access to to a wide collection of social … Continue reading
We’re really inspired to see the launch of the POC Zine Project: POC Zine Project’s mission is to makes ALL zines by POC (People of Color) easy to find, share and distribute. Community and activism through materiality. The (amazing) team … Continue reading
Check out today’s Wall Street Journal for an article about the Brooklyn College Library Zine Collection.
Our opening celebration on Tuesday was really enjoyable for all of us who have been working on the zine collection. We are indebted to all of you who joined in our celebration. We’re in awe of all of you who … Continue reading
We’re really excited to welcome everyone to the library later today. We also just finished this comment box so you can let us know what you think about the collection once you get here! If you can’t make it to … Continue reading
We’re saving our official glee for tomorrow’s celebration, but we also are super stoked to have this collection out on the shelves already: Come see the rest tomorrow!
In case you need directions to the Brooklyn College campus for our zine celebration tomorrow, you can look for details on this page. Visitors may be asked for identification when coming onto our campus, but the event is free and … Continue reading
Flyer by zine interns Sarah Rappo and Erica Saunders–please share!