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Thank you to all the folks who continue to donate to the Toronto Zine Library. Folks like¬†Malcolm Rogge (donation pictured above) who help fill the gaps in our collections and keep the library interesting. *From a yet-to-be-catalogued¬†donation…

Library closed this Sunday

Hey everybody! Your friends at the TZL want to wish y’all a happy Pride Week. We will be closed this Sunday, July 1st while the festivities are going on. Hope you have a safe and enjoyable weekend! xoxo.

New additions for June 12, 2012

Last Night at the Casino / quarter-size / perzine / Billy Batmen Local 56 / quarter-size / comics / Lily Pepper Rumpshaker #6 / full-size / fanzine / Eric Weiss Cheaptoys #9 / quarter-size / perzine / Gizmo

Toronto Zine Library will be at Ottawa’s Ravenswing DIY Fair this Sunday, May 27th

Ravenswing is an annual festival of Crafts, zines, live music, skill-sharing workshops and the Clothesline Project. This Sunday, May 27th the TZL will be tabling all day in Minto Park on Elgin Street. At 3pm we will also be facilitating a short zine workshop in a series presented by Les Ateliers. Become a fan of… Continue reading Toronto Zine Library will be at Ottawa’s Ravenswing DIY Fair this Sunday, May 27th

New additions for May 8, 2012

Chickfactor #8 / full-size / fanzine / various Doris #18 / quarter-size / perzine / Cindy Crabb Introvert #5 / quarter-size / perzine / Nicole Mudflaps #2 / half-legal / comics / Nytsirk Noirrud The Pornographic Flabbergasted Emus / odd-size / Wred Fright Release #4 / full-size / Arie-Jan Bakker, Ramon Giorgi, and Markus Wawzyniak… Continue reading New additions for May 8, 2012

From “Unbound: Speculations on the Future of the Book”

An interesting article on zines by Alana Kumbier, Library & Technology Services, Wellesley College I spent last Sunday afternoon at the Washington Street Art Center in Somerville, celebrating the arrival of spring with a roomful of artists and zine-makers. I had my doubts about whether this small, local event – the Spring Zine Thing –… Continue reading From “Unbound: Speculations on the Future of the Book”