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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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
Just a note that if you haven’t yet seen the zine exhibit in the library, stop by soon! It will be up for the rest of December and will come down in January.
This summer I had a chat with one of my mentors about the zine collection, and she asked me if I had thought about focusing our collection on zines made by, for and about issues that related to being part … Continue reading
Just wanted to send a quick thank you to Profs. Rosamond King and Natalie Nuzzo for inviting me into their classrooms this semester to talk about the zine collection. And shortly everyone will be able to find the second edition … Continue reading
Check it out: Kristopher Jansma just published this piece about the Brooklyn College Library Zine Collection over at The Outlet, titled Literary Artifacts: Say You Want a Revolution? Zines at the Brooklyn College Library.
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.