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.
Are you a Brooklyn zine maker? Donate your work!
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Hey Brooklyn zinesters! Get in touch and donate your zines, or offer to read at this upcoming benefit for those affected by Hurricane Sandy: The Way the Lights Went Out: A Hurricane Sandy Benefit Wednesday, January 9, 7pm Bluestockings 172 … Continue reading
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
Fall Into Zines at Pete’s Candy Store! The 3rd installation of the Pete’s Mini Zine Fest series. September 24, zine reading – hear from the zines in the festival. 6:30-7:30pm. free. September 25, zine fest – peruse zines and comics … Continue reading
Today was a milestone in what I consider to be a vital part of librarianship: getting to know your community. We had our first walk-in zine donation here at the library. Yes, we have been getting envelopes stuffed with great … Continue reading
The Pegacorn Press, a “small, queer, feminist, total-art-freaker cornucopia of delight” is raising $$ for their press/copiers and supplies to make zines, comics and artists’ books. You can support Brooklyn print culture over at IndieGoGo. Caroline is seeking not only … Continue reading