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FREE Zine Exhibition and Opening Celebration at Brooklyn College

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Zines are a broke-ass creative’s best friend.  They’re hella cheap to make, independently published, and– just like Pokemon cards– super fun to collect and trade ‘cause you gotta catch ‘em all.  Zines are the best, which is why I am so excited for Brooklyn College Library’s new zine section (as in, there will now be an awesome collection of zines at the library that you can check out for FREE), as well as the accompanying exhibition Fold, Staple, Share, and opening party tonight.

This event is great on so many levels, mostly because it legitimizes zines as like, a real form of literature.  Besides that, Brooklyn College’s zine fest will feature readings by many fixtures from the Brooklyn zine community, FREE refreshments, and plenty of info about how to make and publish your own zines.  After going to this tonight, I’ll finally have all the know-how to publish my zine about Hot Guys with Luscious Locks!  Trust me–you’ll just wanna run your hands all over it.

More info can be found on Brooklyn College Library’s website— be there, or be a lame, mass-market, Conde Nast-produced rag!

Fold Staple Share Zine Exhibition and Opening
Tuesday, July 31st, 7-9pm
FREE!
Brooklyn College Library
2900 Bedford Ave.
[Flatbush]

Photo credit: Brooklyn College

 

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