Zines: The Diversity and Potential of Its World (2) *Thematic Catalog*
2022/09/05 〜 *Ongoing*
last update: 20230514
ジンの定義［Definition of 'Zine'］
◇“Zines are niche, handmade, hyper-local booklets created by community members for community members.”（Omaha Public Library）【cf.】
◇“Zines are self-published, non-commercial, D.I.Y. productions that are all about creativity and self-expression.”（BookStudies_WWU）【cf.】
◇“A zine is a small-circulation, self-published work of original or appropriated texts and images that often give voice to small, local, underrepresented, or marginalized communities!”（Monroe County Public Library (Indiana)）【cf.】
◇Sarah "Shay" Mirk (Pereyo 2022) 【cf.】
“【Quot.】What are zines? For Sarah “Shay” Mirk, making and creating zines is a lifestyle. Mirk claims that creating, sharing, and reading zines helps us acknowledge joy, sorrow, sacrifice, and cruelty as well as our stress.｜Zines are ways to spread our power and agenda!｜Zines put our feelings and ideas out into the world!｜Zines let us follow our curiosity!”
◇“Every single zine is political｜Self-publishing is political｜DIY culture is political”（ZINES @fanzines）【cf.】
◎Norwich University of the Arts - Library and Learning Support, n.d., "Zines", (https://library.nua.ac.uk/zines/).
“Fanzines or zines are d.i.y. self-published pamphlets produced by anyone who wants to communicate whatever takes their fancy: ideas, thoughts, dreams, passions, artwork, photography, comic strips, diary entries ― there are no rules.｜Zines often address under-the-radar issues and cult subjects that might not be covered by mainstream publications. They are anti-capitalist, community spirited, easy to create and should be cheap to make and buy.｜As a general rule, if a publication has an ISBN, a high price tag, seems to be expensively produced or comes from a ‘proper’ publisher, then it probably isn’t a zine.”
ジンの歴史［History of Zine］
◎Hogg, Gavin and Hamish Ironside, 2022, We Peaked at Paper: An Oral History of British Zines, London: Boatwhistle.
ジンの特質［Distinction of Zine］
└◎Cooper, Lilith (Lea), 2023, "Zines from the in-between", Wellcome Collection, March 21, 2023, (https://wellcomecollection.org/articles/ZAcvVhQAACcGASCQ).
“【Caption】Zines, because they are both visual and textual, messy and experimental, and often meet a personal need rather than being made for a public audience, are the ideal vehicle for describing the in-between, liminal parts of life that we all experience. Lea Cooper is a researcher and zine-maker who has been delving into Wellcome’s zines collection in search of examples of liminality.”
└◎Iqbal, Zohra, 2023, "Glasgow Zine Library", QMUnicate Magazine, January 25, 2023, (https://qmunicatemagazine.com/2023/01/25/glasgow-zine-library/).
“【Quot.】Zines differ from commercial print media in that they do not pander to the whims of the profit incentive, and are often produced, distributed and consumed by one person, or a small group. In this way the binary between producer and audience is reshaped and the hierarchical structure of traditional print media circumvented.”
◇《Ouch! Zines Cut My Tits Off!: a fundraiser evening with Easter Road Press》【cf.】
“【Description】We run a zine press from our living room, and we’ve felt the transformative power of DIY in many areas of our lives, from healthcare to activism to education. But we’ve also felt the limits and harms of DIY culture. At this event, we’ll dig into the complexities of consumerism, social media, funding, accessibility and assimilation surrounding zines. We'll talk about the highs and lows of trying (and failing) to abolish the university, psychiatry and literature via DIY. We’ll also share some favourite zines and projects.”
◎Pereyo, Viviana, 2022, "Sarah 'Shay' Mirk: Creating DIY Journalism with Zines and Comics", Bwog, September 27, 2022, (https://bwog.com/2022/09/sarah-shay-mirk-creating-diy-journalism-with-zines-and-comics/).
“【Quot.】During the “Creating DIY Journalism with Zines and Comics” Workshop, Mirk elaborated on these ideas and taught us what zines are, what they are used for, where we can find them, and how to make our own.”
◇“You don't need to be able to draw to make a zine.［…］”（ZINES @fanzines）【cf.】
◇“Perfection is the enemy of zines.［…］”（ZINES @fanzines）【cf.】
◇《Art of the Underground: A Zine Making Workshop with Sick Love Zine》（Glasgow Zine Library）：“A workshop focusing on making & using zines as a tool of support & celebration for the creative underground. Part of the Sick Love series.”【cf.】
◇“Watertown Zine Fest, hosted by WFPL, is a day-long celebration of zine culture and DIY publishing. The best part? It's free and open to all.”（Watertown Library）【cf.】
◇Glasgow Zine Library（@GlasgowZineLib）
“2023 is an exciting year for Glasgow Zine Library’s archive! […] This year, thanks to National Lottery players and @HeritageFundUK, we’ve started the process of overhauling our cataloguing and archive process to make reading, accessing and enjoying zines even easier”
“The 56@ Zine Library is a bit overlooked at our space so sending out some photos to get your love and usage. Zines from 1979 to Now! We have probably about 3500 zines here! We need people to help on it & get it better known & used. Come down say Hi”
◇What Cheer Writers Club（@whatcheerclub）＊ロードアイランド州（US）：《Activism in the Archives》
“The circle is complete! Our Activism in the Archives series began w conversations on the intersections of arts, activism, & the archives, culminating w the SOLIDARITY zine anthology, which has itself gone into the archives―joining Fleet Library’s zine collection @risdlibrary”
◇《Radical print in London archives》
October 28, 2022, 10:00 am‐2:00 pm
Institute of Advanced Studies (IAS)
“【Description】This symposium follows on from the Crafting Subversion: DIY and Decolonial Print exhibition at the Brunei Gallery earlier this year.”／“This symposium will bring together curators and archivists who contributed material to the exhibition at the Brunei Gallery, but will also involve curators from other London-based libraries with important collections of DIY and radical print.｜The event will be an opportunity for students, librarians and researchers to learn about these collections, with a view to encouraging further research and fostering collaborations. It will also be an opportunity to sound out interest in a project on radical print in London - print that was both ‘radical’ in content (anti-slavery, anti-colonial, anti-capitalist, anti-racist), and also in the way it was produced and distributed (through DIY and low-tech print technology, by cooperatives, through public copyright, through the mail).”
◇〈TL;DR Zine Archive & Exhibition〉【cf.】
“【Description】TL;DR is a collection of zines that use design and illustration to make inquiries about visual culture. The archive will live in a reading room at the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis and a repository at the D. B. Dowd Modern Graphic History Library.”
◇〈ABC No Rio〉：カタログのオンライン化作業【cf.】
◇〈Asia Art Archive〉：“How can zines―often thin, flimsy, and fun-size―be displayed?｜This was the leading question for AAA’s Collections team when conceptualising new zine shelves for our renovated library.”【cf.】
◇〈Interference Archive〉：“The archive contains many kinds of objects that are created as part of social movements by the participants themselves: posters, flyers, publications, zines, books, T-shirts and buttons, moving images, audio recordings, subject files, and other materials.”【cf.】
◇《Spineless Wonders: The Zine, Type And Script》：“[Online Panel Discussion] Zines: In/Out: The Institutional Dilemma: Zine Libraries and Collections”【cf.】
“【Description】"the material itself, so beautifully and wonderfully varied, is often weird, ephemeral, magical, dangerous, and emotional..." from the Zine Librarians Code of Ethics, Preamble, 2015｜As institutions, libraries and archives follow sets of rules for access, development, and description of their collections. Increasingly, libraries and archives are collecting zines - do-it-yourself, short-run publications created and distributed outside mainstream channels. This panel is made up of library and archive workers who have developed and organised zine collections in a range of institutions. The session will have four short presentations followed by discussion and will consider the ethics, challenges, and joys of zines in library and archive settings.”
◇“Donated most of my own zine collection (warts & all!) to the amazing @56aInfoshop today, where else could you find shelves so crammed such wonders? For a great piece on the annotation of their archive comrade @Historyatnight has got you”（James Knight）【cf.】
◇“Donate your zines to the Zine Pavilion. We'll share them with libraries across the U.S. to help them start their own zine collections!”（Zine Pavilion）【cf.】
◇“New collection in the Zine Library! Processed by fellow Olivia Newsome, the Cupsize Zinester Ephemera Collection documents the culture surrounding the 1990s zine Cupsize--which explored feminism, pop culture, politics, and more.”（Barnard Zine Library）【cf.】
◇〈LA Public Library〉："L.A. Zine Club With Zine Maker Christine Wong Yap
“【Description】Please join us for L.A. Zine Club to hear from Zine Maker Christine Wong Yap. In this virtual program, Christine will highlight the international zine exchange that is part of Wellcome's Mindscapes initiative, which also included a residency with the Los Angeles Public Library that resulted in the Belonging at LAPL zine and banners featured in the Something in Common exhibition.”
◇“Get inspired by our own Zine Library and the @SalfordZineLib a brilliant archive of self-published materials.”（Salford Uni Library）【cf.】
◇“The Pacific Palisades Branch Library Zine Collection contains zines from all over the world in multiple languages. Home of the Los Angeles Public Library Zine Club, many of our zines come from our members.”（Palisades Branch - Los Angeles Public Library）【cf.】
◇“South Omaha Library is excited to introduce Zines to the branch! Zines are niche, handmade, hyper-local booklets created by community members for community members. Learn more OPL's zine collection and how to donate/request zines purchases.”（Omaha Public Library）【cf.】
◇“Exciting news: our Mini Zine Library is now open!!”（BookStudies_WWU）【cf.】
◇《Nominate a Zine》（Edinburgh Zine Library）【cf.】＊プロジェクト
“【Description】Let us know about zines you think we should buy using the Edinburgh City of Literature Community Fund.”
◇《Edinburgh Zine Library: Creating, collecting, and community》【cf.】
“【Description】Co-founder of the Edinburgh Zine Library, Lea Cooper, gives a presentation on all you've ever wanted to know about zines”
◇“I had a blast with my Reporting About Gender & Sexuality class this morning exploring queer and feminist zines from the Flywheel Zine Library collection.”（Kelsey Whipple）【cf.】
◇“come by and see the library's new #Zine collection. We have Zines on an array of topics, created by last year's Year 7 literacy class. A lot of hard work went into these and I think they've turned out fab!”（Chetham's School Library）【cf.】
◇〈Sherwood Forest Zine Library Virtual Library〉【cf.】
◇〈The People's Zine Library〉：“a library by & for BIPOC”【cf.】
◇〈Broken Grey Wires zine library〉【cf.】
◎Perez, Brianda, 2023, "Spokane Public Library hosting 2023 Spokane Zine Fest at Central Library", KREM, May 9, 2023, (https://www.krem.com/article/news/local/spokane-public-library-zine-fest-2023-at-central-library/293-be5c264b-04f1-440f-a987-b2ad4e93ef9b).
“【Quot.】Spokane Zine Fest is a one-day event celebrating zines, small press books, comics, drawings, prints, cards and other handmade paper goods. The goal is to bring together a community of local artists and writers to share, promote and sell their work in the Inland Northwest.｜“Historically, zines were a tool to create and serve communities outside of mainstream culture, and our goal is to be as inclusive of as many types of creators and works as possible, and to provide an environment that fosters community-building for non-traditional artists,” Spokane Zine Fest Co-founder Chelsea Martin said.”
◎Camper, Cathy, 2023, "Zines: Cut-and-Paste Publishing by and for the People", School Library Journal, March 1, 2023, (https://www.slj.com/story/zines-cut-and-paste-publishing-by-and-for-the-people-school-libraries-students).
“【Quot.】In this way they serve to decolonize your library by equitizing the bureaucratic, top-down way information is written, published, and packaged, and even flip how library content is purchased. You might, for example, have students assist you in choosing zines from zine fests and distros.｜For librarians starting a zine collection, Freedman recommends checking out the Zine Librarians Code of Ethics, which she calls a tool for acquiring, managing, preserving, and making accessible zines in a library setting.”
◎Verdugo, Elvia, 2023, "The UA Poetry Center Is Home to a New Mural and Zine-Making Area", Tucson, February 11, 2023, (https://tucson.com/news/local/ua-poetry-center-brave-books-zine-area-new-mural/article_483b5cd2-a7fc-11ed-8211-23bd04d63bff.html).
“【Caption】The new additions are part of the center's Brave Books: Zines and Zine Libraries program.”／“【Quot.】The zine library and zine-making area are part of the center’s Brave Books: Zines & Zine Libraries program which launched in 2021. The original Brave Books program was created several years ago to “celebrate a different (independent) library or bookstore around the world,” according to Wren Goblirsch, the K-12 Education & Community Engagement Specialist at the UA Poetry Center, 1508 E. Helen St.”
◎Iqbal, Zohra, 2023, "Glasgow Zine Library", QMUnicate Magazine, January 25, 2023, (https://qmunicatemagazine.com/2023/01/25/glasgow-zine-library/).
“【Exordium】Glasgow Zine Library is immediate and unassuming. It sits just off a junction in Govanhill in a quiet area populated by tenements in various hues of brown, South Asian bridal boutiques, off-licences, halal meat shops, Pakistani sweet shops and continental grocers.”
◎DeVito, Joseph, 2022, "Get Away from Screens; Make and Read Zines at Homer Babbidge Library", UConn Today, November 30, 2022, (https://today.uconn.edu/2022/11/get-away-from-screens-make-and-read-zines-at-homer-babbidge-library/).
“【Caption】Unique resource offers students the opportunity to create, communicate, and become part of the library's collection”
◇《Zines Assemble》：Organisers Team【cf.】
◇《Portland Zine Symposium 2022》【cf.】・【cf.】
◇“a few tasks a barnard zine tech does: a photo series”（Barnard Zine Library）【cf.】
◇“In the run up to launching our zines collection @LibrarianOonagh & @JantzeHolmes are organising a great workshop in @LibraryUoL on Tues 13th Dec 2-4pm. Looking forward to see YOUR zine. No offence to #Christmas crafts as that is happening too in the Library.”【cf.】
◎Freedman, Jenna (Interview by Tiffany Babb), 2022, "Zine Librarian Jenna Freedman Chats About the Barnard Zine library and Why Every Grrrl's Story Is Important", Popverse, November 14, 2022, (https://www.thepopverse.com/barnard-zine-library-librarian-jenna-freedman-interview).
“【Caption】Barnard College's campus features a zine library that focuses on the work of women, nonbinary people, and trans men.”
◇〈Brown Recluse Zine Distro〉：a QTBIPOC DIY distro based in San Francisco【cf.】
◎Trimble, Lynn, 2022, "Arizona Zine Shop Counters Book Bans with Inclusive Offerings", Hyperallergic, September 8, 2022, (https://hyperallergic.com/755536/arizona-zine-shop-counters-book-bans-with-inclusive-offerings/).
“【Caption】“Pen and ink have revolutionized movements and culture and information sharing … they’re extremely necessary right now,” says Charissa Lucille, who runs Wasted Ink Zine Distro in Phoenix.”／“【Exordium】PHOENIX ― In a small Phoenix zine shop, Charissa Lucille feels the pulse of the current political moment, informed in part by the zines that come across her desk every day. Lucille runs the Wasted Ink Zine Distro (WIZD), where people gather to read, make, and buy myriad micropublications that amplify marginalized voices.”
DIY Zine Library
◇“I did mock up a Little Zine Library”【cf.】＋“the in-progress minizine library made from a candy box and duct tape”【cf.】（Carolyn Chernoff）
◇“Browse a new mini zine library and make yourself a cup of tea with "Zines and Tea" curated by SJP founder and co-director @prisonculture at @somewheregood in Brooklyn!”（Sojourners for Justice Press）【cf.】
◇《Zines: Reading, Preserving, Making》【cf.】
21 October 2022 / by Slade School of Fine Art
◇《'An Audience with...' at outside(R) Zine Fest COV》【cf.】
―“Queer Reading Group; Zines: In/Out: the Institutional Dilemma, panel discussion; Manchester Poetry Library tour; Zines workshop”
7th October 2022 / Venue: The Bob and Roberta Smith CCCA Zine Reading Room
―“An audience with zine makers, collectors and researchers where we will be discussing the feeling, emotions and politics of making, reading and collecting zines.”
ジンのリスト［List of Zines］
◇『From STAPLE to SPINE: A Compendium of Zine-related Books - 2022 Edition』【cf.】
◇“From the Archives: Punk Fanzines”（Bishopsgate Institute）【cf.】
◇『Shotgun Seamstress: The Complete Zine Collection』by Osa Atoe【cf.】
◎Williams, Jenessa, 2022, "[Interview] 'All You Have to Do Is Participate': How the Shotgun Seamstress Zine Made Space for Black Punks", November 21, 2022, (https://www.theguardian.com/music/2022/nov/21/shotgun-seamstress-zine-black-punk-osa-atoe-interview).
“【Caption】As the DIY publication is collected in a new anthology, creator Osa Atoe and the musicians she inspired reflect on its defiant positivity”
◇《自由な女たちの宴 Guateque para mujeres libres》:アリエル・アコスタ＆中野画美「［トーク］ライオットガールとZINEについて」（Cafe Lavanderia）【cf.】
◇《Remembering Independent Media Activist Jen Angel》
March 31, 2023 | 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Barnard College Digital Humanities Cente
“【Introduction】Join us on Friday, March 31st, at Barnard College, to celebrate the life and legacy of one of the zine community’s beloved figures.”／“【趣旨：訳】アナキスト、社会正義の活動家、コミュニティのケーキ屋として、ジェン［Jen Angel］の生・精神・ラディカルな献身は、何千もの人々に感動を与えた。ジェンを偲び、ラディカルな変革に向けた彼女の生涯にわたるコミットメントをいかに引き継ぎ進展させていくかを話し合う。”
◇《Anarchist Bookfair × Antiuniversity 2022 Zine Fair》【cf.】
◇『Meditation on Abolition』【cf.】・【cf.】
◇《Meditation on Abolition: Zine Release Event》【cf.】
“【Description】Come celebrate the release of Ashon Crawley’s Meditation on Abolition, a new zine published by Sojourners for Justice Press. Conceived by Mariame Kaba, Meditation on Abolition is a rumination on spirituality, Black pentecostalism, and abolitionist gestures in the mundane. Ashon Crawley will be in conversation with Mariame Kaba, Derecka Purnell, and Kathryn-kay Johnson.”
◇『Defend / Defund』【cf.】
◇“The Rise of the Video Game Union is our 54-page explainer on video game unionization. We answer literally every question you have.”（Polygon）【cf.】
◎Kotzer, Zack, 2022, "Print Zines Just As Important To Virtual Labour", Broken Pencil, December 16, 2022, (https://brokenpencil.com/features/print-zines-just-as-important-to-virtual-labour/).
“【Quot.】Not the first. Certainly not the last. And despite being such a digitally-centric industry, zines can play as much a part in this new push for a worker’s rights to create virtual worlds as they have for previous, analogue movements.”
◇《Strike Solidarity Zine Making Workshop》（Kirsty Fife）【cf.】
◇『Council: A Zine About Social Housing』【cf.】
◇『Harmful Compassion: How 'Help' Is Weaponized Against People Living Unhoused』：“This zine from @withouthousing details this harmful practice & the need to fight oppressive systems!”（Stop The Sweeps DC）【cf.】
◎Baker, Kaylah Joelle, 2022, "How One Zine That Shares Lived Experiences Is Helping Homeless People with What They Need to Know", Docklands News, August 31, 2022, (https://www.docklandsnews.com.au/how-one-zine-that-shares-lived-experiences-is-helping-homeless-people-with-what-they-need-to-know).
“【Exordium】Not-for-profit health agency Cohealth and the City of Melbourne have joined forces for a unique project that will help support people with current and past experiences of homelessness.｜The project will involve the writing and distribution of a zine called Need to Know, which will be centred around providing both advice and information about services for people living on the streets.”
◇《Relationship Violence Zine Roundup 2022》：“Zyaijah Nadler from Primary Care Health Service invited us to identify zines from our collection that address relationship violence.”（Barnard Zine Library）【cf.】
Black History Month
◇“We’ve selected some of our favourite zines to celebrate Black zine-makers this #BlackHistoryMonth”（Millennium Library - Norfolk County Council）【cf.】
◇“TALK | From the Political Pamphlet to the Activist Zine in Latin America”（London Spanish Book & Zine Fair）【cf.】
ヒスパニック文化遺産月間［Hispanic Heritage Month］
◇“In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, from September 15- October 15 the zine library will be highlighting zines written by Hispanic, Latine, and Spanish-speaking zinesters to center their voices in the world of zines and beyond.”（Barnard Zine Library）【cf.】
◇“There's a few more days left in Hispanic Heritage Month, and Zine Associate Nayla Delgado BC '24 has higlighted zines written by hispanic, latine, and spanish speaking zinesters”（Barnard Library and Academic Information Services）【cf.】
◇《The Zine Culture of Indonesia》（Glasgow Zine Library）【cf.】
◎Douglas, Martin, 2023, "The Best of Shotgun Seamstress, According to Osa Atoe", KEXP, February 20, 2023, (https://www.kexp.org/read/2023/2/20/the-best-of-shotgun-seamstress-according-to-osa-atoe/).
“【Exordium】Back in November, I had the pleasure of speaking to Osa Atoe ― musician, ceramicist, writer, artist, and creator of influential African American punk fanzine Shotgun Seamstress ― prior to the publication of its reissued anthology on Soft Skull Press. As a natural course of conversation, there was a bit of talk about our experiences as Black punks, as well as a few things I've wanted to know as a longtime devotee of the relatively short run of the zine.”
◇《Immigration Story: Learn to Make a Zine》（Woodland Hills Library）【cf.】
◇“The next zine will explore emotions for ill, disabled and neurodivergent people. Our experiences can produce some complex feelings whether it’s due to new meds, late diagnosis, feeling understood”（Drawn Poorly）【cf.】
◇『Blemishes & Abominations: The Dually Stigmatized Identities of Disabled Sex Workers』（Emily Dall'ora Warfield）【cf.】・【cf.】 ＊ディスアビリティ＋セックスワーク
◇《Introduction to zine making》（People's History Museum）【cf.】
“【Introduction】Inspired by new exhibition Nothing About Us Without Us (on show until 16 October 2023), join this intimate workshop to learn about zines; what they are, how to make them, and how to (mass) produce your own mini zine.｜We will be looking at the role zines have played historically as well as how we might use them as an activist tool today. We will, of course, also be making zines.”
◎Jani-Friend, Isabelle, 2022, "Meet Onyx, the Zine-Making Collective Magnifying the Voices of Disabled People of Colour", gal-dem, October 28, 2022, (https://gal-dem.com/onyx-collective-disability-arts/).
“【Caption】gal-dem meets the artists behind new zine Onyx Collective: Practising Unapologetics to talk creation, curation and community.”
◇“Check out our new Health Zine Library”（ Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) Library）【cf.】・【cf.】
◎Cooper, Lilith, 2022, "In the Zine House:The Bedroom", Polyphony, October 13, 2022, (https://thepolyphony.org/2022/10/13/in-the-zine-house-the-bedroom/).
“【Caption】In this six-part series about the study of zines in the medical humanities, Lea Cooper starts in the bedroom, where many zines begin their lives.”
◇《Take It Back zine library》 at Southbank Centre【cf.】
“Take It Back is a project that uses zine-making to ‘explore experiences of madness, mental illness, neurodivergence and mental health services and how, where and why we share them’.”【cf.】
◇“These zines are all about mental health and healing for black women.”（Wellcome Collection）【cf.】＊スレッド
◇“Five years ago, as part of our strange things? press at the Young People's Project, we released our first collaborative zine on the theme of progress. We invited young people in Sunderland and creatives beyond to explore what progress meant to them, what that would look like for the world and for ourselves, and you can have a flick through that zine here.”（Mental Health Zine Library）【cf.】
◇『Reserve and Renew』：“Reserve and Renew is the LIS Mental Health zine, exploring the intersection of mental health, mental illness, and the library and archives community.”【cf.】
◎Cooper, Lilith, 2022, "In the Zine House: The Bathroom", Polyphony, November 10, 2022, (https://thepolyphony.org/2022/11/10/in-the-zine-house-the-bathroom/).
“【Introduction】In Part Three of Lea Cooper’s six-part series about the study of zines in the medical humanities, we move from the living room to the bathroom, containing zines around (Self-)Care.”
◇《Refusing Resolution: Exploring Narrative & Irresolvable Experience》（Glasgow Zine Library）【cf.】
◇“For #MigraineAwarenessWeek my colleagues are hosting an event @ExploreWellcome exploring art & zines that represent experiences of migraine and chronic pain.”（nicola c.）【cf.】
◇『Abortion Zine』（Pleasure Pie）【cf.】・【cf.】
◇〈Barnard Zine Library〉：“We are hosting an event highlighting and reading zines discussing reproductive justice on October 28 from 4:00-6:00 PM! BZL staff have chosen some special zones from our collection we want to share and learn from”【cf.】
◇《Reproductive Justice Zines: Close Readings》（Barnard Zine Library）【cf.】
“【Introduction】The Barnard Zine Library has more than 100 zines that address reproductive justice issues, with zines representing a range of racial, ethnic, sexuality, gender, and other identities. Titles include［…］”
◇“An INCREDIBLE depositor has just donated the most incredible collection of #LGBTQ+ #zines for the #archives @BishopsgateInst.”（Stef Dickers）【cf.】
◇《NY Queer Zine Fair 2022》【cf.】・【cf.】
◇《Queer Plants (and friends) Colouring Zine Launch Party》（Glasgow Zine Library）【cf.】
◇『TransFat』：“a zine about the intersectionality of experiences when being fat and also transgender”【cf.】
《[Activity] Zinething: LGBTQIA Zine-Making Meetup》（San Francisco Public Library）：“A monthly LGBTQIA zine-making meetup presented by SF Zine Fest in partnership with the Hormel LGBTQIA Center. Open to new and experienced zinesters. Tell your story, tell your truth!”【cf.】
◇“We are excited to share a few #zine pages from our workshop at the #HalifaxCentralLibrary in November. These pieces respond to the prompt, “Joyful #Queer #Futures!””（Pride_Swell）【cf.】
◇『TransLash Zine Vol.5』：“Trans Bodies, Trans Choices: An Interactive Tale About Bodily Autonomy”【cf.】
◇《Brixton Library LGBTQ+ Zine Fair》【cf.】
◎Williams, Frances, 2022, "Zines: A Queer Method?", Mad Zine Research, December 2022, (https://madzines.org/zines-a-queer-method-by-frances-williams/).
“【Exordium】Last October, a group of queer artists, health workers and researchers met at QUEERCIRCLE in London to discuss the idea of ‘Queering the Asylum’ using Queer methods. In this blog, Frances Williams explains how this came about and explores how zines and visual notes can capture the essence of Queer methods.”
◎Sprayregen, Molly, 2022, "These Trans Writers Powerfully Explore Womanhood, Motherhood, & Reproductive Justice", LGBTQ Nation, November 20, 2022, (https://www.lgbtqnation.com/2022/11/trans-writers-powerfully-explore-womanhood-motherhood-reproductive-justice/).
“Womanhood is precious. It is not limited to one experience or idea. Womankind is ever-evolving. Revolutionary, creating space for women like me.”
◎Underwood, Tina, 2022, "Homocats and Other Queer Zines", Furman University: Furman News, September 21, 2022, (https://www.furman.edu/news/2022/09/21/homocats-and-other-queer-zines/).
“【Exordium】HOMOCATS, Rocketdyke, Queer Animals, Outpunk ― these are just some of the titles you’ll run across in the James B. Duke Library’s latest exhibition in Special Collections and Archives, “Queer Zines at Furman: Highlights from the New LGBTQ+ Zine and Small Press Collection.” On display through December, the exhibition represents a tiny portion of the entire collection comprising more than 500 items, including zines and other small press documents, stickers, totes and T-shirts.”
◇“I thought I might do a little thread summarizing my 7+ years of research into asexual history in queer community print media and zines and running the Ace Zine Archive”（Olivia Montoya / Metaparadox）【cf.】
◇《Supports & Barriers to Teaching Sexuality Education in New Brunswick》：“In December 2022, 16 educators met at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery in Fredericton, New Brunswick to produce media and share their experiences about teaching sexuality education in New Brunswick.｜Below, you can find three collaborative zines created by participants”【cf.】・【cf.】
◇『Govanhill Food Stories: Community Market Zine』【cf.】・【cf.】
◇『Literally No Bombs: A Brief Guide to Glasgow Food Not Bombs』（Food Not Bombs Glasgow）【cf.】
◇『Are we just mitigating?』：“When we help out in our community, it can often feel like we're just papering over the cracks. This zine was an attempt to unpack those thought processes a bit.”（Food Not Bombs Glasgow）【cf.】
◎Cooper, Lilith, 2022, "In the Zine House: The Kitchen", Polyphony, November 29 , 2022, (https://thepolyphony.org/2022/11/29/in-the-zine-house-the-kitchen/).
“【Caption】We explore zines that centre food in Part Four of Lea Cooper’s six-part series about the study of zines in the medical humanities.”
◎Cooper, Lilith, 2022, "In the Zine House: The Garden", Polyphony, December 15 , 2022, (https://thepolyphony.org/2022/12/15/in-the-zine-house-the-garden/).
“【Exordium】Zines that connect to plants, the environment and nature often distribute knowledges with long histories as well as offering new ways of relating to the future, says Lea Cooper in part five of their series on zines in the medical humanities.”
◇“october’s theme: plants & herbs”（somewheregood）【cf.】
◇『Mythologies for a Future Scotland』：“As part of our Mythologies for a Future Scotland programme, Glasgow Zine Library is commissioning a new zine/DIY publication.”（Glasgow Zine Library）【cf.】
◆Murakami, Kiyoshi, 2022, "[Presentation] The Significance of Community Activities and Learning Practices of a Zine Circle in the Gathering Place of Diverse Minority Movements: A Case Study of a Multiethnic/Multicultural Area in Kyoto" ★
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