The digital zine
is a legendary self-publication that is slowly becoming a powerful next-generation tool used to grab the attention of audiences across platforms.
The culmination of "The Zine
Project" took place when the library hosted a Zine
Accepted submissions will be presented alongside work from adult creators and published as a zine
which they will be selling to raise funds for their organisation.
It could also be argued that a zine
is a zine
when it's labelled as such, which raises questions when the label has been co-opted by, for example, multi-national corporations such as Nike.
When completed, a single-page zine
can be unfolded, with all of the mini-pages appearing on a single side of the paper.
Each of the recipes in the zine
is penned in English and Maranao, and this gave me the opportunity to learn a bit about Maranao language.
We both wrote a letter to the reader outlining our personal and collective goals with making the zine
(see appendix), and there are fragments of each of us with our artwork placed throughout the zine
WHEN PEOPLE ASK ME by Sun Hashmi, is one example of a grrrl zine
that may be used to teach about identities, as being generated in, and constructed at the intersection between the individual (self-attribution about what it means to be an American of Pakistani descents) and her social context (what others ascribe the author to be).
The custom of printing outside of the publishing network became prevalent through the 1970s in the UK and the US in the form of punk fan-zines, though zines
as a whole have a much longer history dating back to the 1930s and were first created using carbon paper.
[Virginia Corvid is a former volunteer zine
librarian who discovered Riot Grrrl through zines
at ZAPP, the Zine
Archive and Publishing Project in Seattle, WA.]
The first annual edition of the Cebu Zine
Fest 2016 will be held at 856G Gallery in Mandaue City and include several hands-on workshops, from lino printmaking, zine
making, and publishing.