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
We’re excited to be tabling at the Brooklyn Zine Fest tomorrow–we’ll debut a new BCL zine, and hope to do some trades for the collection! p.s. We really love the Meet Your Zinemaker series that the BZF … Continue reading
A while back I asked readers of this blog and a group of zine librarians for suggestions of zines that talk about immigration, nationality and transition. I got a lot of great recommendations (thank you Jenna and Kate and Sara … Continue reading
Just wanted to say that I was very inspired by Natalie Nuzzo’s English 1012 class today and their zine, Where We’re From. Thank you for talking with me today about the zine collection, and I hope you all do decide to … Continue reading
A big THANK YOU to Jocelyn Wills’ American Dreams and Realities class for being a really wonderful group who came and visited the BCL Zine Collection this past week. It was really an honor to have you all come in and … Continue reading
Dear zine creators/readers/lovers: Do you know of any zines which explore, document or narrate the immigrant experience? Can you recommend zines that look at national identity, nationhood, diasporas, mobility, citizenship or belonging? We are seeking more zines that explore these … Continue reading
I am super excited to report that due to the diligent work of the Brooklyn College Library Technical Services faculty and staff, we have more than 20 zines already cataloged! For some*of you who have donated, now you can show … Continue reading
In collaboration with the Brooklyn College Center for Teaching, I’ll be leading a workshop about using zines in the classroom. All are welcome to attend! Get in touch if you would like more information about the event. A zine (rhymes … Continue reading