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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Although we’ve already announced that Silent Barn has a zine collection, I just heard today that its librarians would love to have more folks to help get the collection organiz-ized, and thought I’d send a shout-out to all the library … Continue reading
Did you know that Silent Barn has a zine collection? We’re happy that Brooklyn has more zine library pals! Check their Tumbr for more info!
Check out today’s Wall Street Journal for an article about the Brooklyn College Library Zine Collection.
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!
Mark your calendars: on Tuesday, July 31, 2012, the Brooklyn College Library will celebrate the opening of our zine collection from 7-9pm. We will debut the new browsing collection in the library and applaud Brooklyn zines. This celebration will be … Continue reading
On Friday, I donated any extra copies and any zines we could spare to the Occupy Wall Street Library. The OWS Library loves zines, books (particularly about people’s history) and volunteers to help sort, catalog and organize the library. A … Continue reading
As the steamy, summer days of August whoosh by, we are aiming to make the most of our time here at the Brooklyn College Library. A big part of our realizing how to proceed in the development of our own … Continue reading
Today the zine interns and I feasted on the amazing zine collection at the New York Public Library. NYPL librarian Karen Gisonny laid out a smorgasbord of print delicacies for us this morning at the 42nd Street Library: Karen showed … Continue reading