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Zine Club #1 at The Making Space

The Making Space The Making Space, The Media Centre, 07 Northumberland Street, Huddersfield, United Kingdom

New monthly zine club at The Making Space! Bring along your latest zine to work on, come along to learn more about zines, or just come and sit and chat with a cuppa! Zine club is free but if you want to use any Making Space materials (and there's A LOT! We may have a […]

Fields of Wheat, a zine library by Twigs & Apples Publishing

The Birley Town Hall Annexe, Preston, United Kingdom

Browse the collection of 200+ zines gathered together by Twigs & Apples A Preston-based zine & print-making project which began in 2009. The collection includes self-published works on themes of art, photography, creative writing, poetry, music, activism, politics, environmentalism, feminism & more. come and have a cup of tea & biscuits / have a read and a rest / […]

Freshly Pressed – Print Fair

The Civic Hanson Street, Barnsley, United Kingdom

The Civic are delighted to announce the impending arrival of Freshly Pressed, a new print fair for South Yorkshire and the latest addition in the region’s calendar of markets for artists, artisans and lovers of all things hand-crafted. The Civic’s Freshly Pressed will feature a cacophony of stalls selling contemporary art, illustration and photographic prints, […]

Feminist Library Summer Fayre 2017

Feminist Library 5 Westminster Bridge Road, London, United Kingdom

Our feminist Fayre returns for another year, set to be packed with workshops, zines, stalls, and veggie/vegan food! This is a highlight in our calendar and a great excuse to get together with your feminist family! Wheelchair accessible (please notify us in advance if you can). Including: Creative Writing Workshop - ‘Feminist Flash Fiction’ Intersectionality […]

£3 – £10

Summer Skint Fair

The Brunswick 82 North Street, Leeds, United Kingdom

Skint Fairs is back taking over The Brunswick for a slice of summer print action. From 12 you can catch up and buy some bargain basement from some top notch established and up and and coming creatives from Leeds and beyond. This one is shaping up to be one of the most diverse Skint Fair's […]

Glasgow Zine Library Re-Opening!

Glasgow Zine Library 32-34 Albert Road, Glasgow, United Kingdom

You are invited to the grand opening of the new Glasgow Zine Library! In June we ran a crowdfunder campaign in the hopes that we could raise some money to build a permanent home. Thanks to the support of everyone from the community, we were able to sign a lease. Since then, we've been working […]


Zines ASSEMBLE is a one-day online symposium on Friday 9th September 2022, with formal and informal talks, presentations and sharing, followed by a 24-hour zine jam, with facilitated in-person and online zine making over the weekend of Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th September. We want to: Promote zines studies as a transdisciplinary field Advance a […]

Glasgow Zine Library: Cataloguing POC-centered zines

Glasgow Zine Library 32-34 Albert Road, Glasgow, United Kingdom

This event will be held in person and is for People of Colour only. Check out our other cataloguing workshops. Join GZL for a deep-dive into our collection of POC-centred zines, where we’ll read and discuss how to cataloguing zines about race and identity. All welcome, no cataloguing experience necessary!

Free – £12

Glasgow Zine Library: Cataloguing Disability zines

Glasgow Zine Library 32-34 Albert Road, Glasgow, United Kingdom

This event will be held in person and is for disabled people only. Check out our other cataloguing workshops. Dive into GZL’s collection in this workshop where we’ll catalogue work together and discuss how to categorize zines exploring the broad ranging experiences of disability. All welcome, no cataloguing experience necessary!

Free – £12
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