Here are some totally rad zine events taking place closer to home… Friday March 25 * Zine Dream Fever Queen 13-Hour zine challenge hosted by Earful of Queer, These Things People Make, The Guelph Center for Gender Empowerment and Diversity, and the Arrow Archive. 7pm-8am at The Guelph Center for Gender Empowerment and Diversity Rm… Continue reading For those who can’t make it to the Chicago Zine Fest this weekend fear not!
Al Burian reads from the new issue of Burn Collector! The expatriated Al Burian reflects on a year spent living in Berlin, Germany. His wildly free-range topics include: freedom, happiness, animal liberty, Aristotle, modern dentistry, riots as rituals, uncomfortable proximity to drunken teenagers, and how to best color co-ordinate an outfit that includes a Black… Continue reading twelveohtwo presents Burn Collector #15 Toronto Launch
One Way Ticket Zine Launch with readings from Kiss Off fanzine & others TBA plus music by Wally and Richard Laviolette. 8:30pm at 105 Neeve St. after weekly potluck.
According to Quimby’s blog 2011 has been declared The Revenge of Print. There is a challenge issued to all those who’ve ever done a zine: MAKE ONE MORE ISSUE. Join the group on Facebook and get involved. From the group: We are challenging everyone who’s ever made/self-published a zine, a comic or mini-comic before to… Continue reading 2011: The Revenge of Print
This event is on Monday, July 5, from 7-9pm. Please come! “The Rainbow Connection: Richard Hunt, Gay Muppeteer” chronicles the life and work of Richard Hunt, a central puppeteer on the international blockbusters Sesame Street and The Muppet Show. Hunt performed characters such as Scooter, Statler (in the balcony), Janice, Beaker and even Miss Piggy… Continue reading The Rainbow Connection: Richard Hunt, Gay Muppeteer
The library will be closed tomorrow November 1st, 2009… because we will be at Canzine 2009. If you’re at Canzine, stop by our table! CANZINE 2009Canada’s Largest Zine Fair and Festival of Alternative Culture Sunday, November 1, 20091pm – 7pmThe Gladstone Hotel1214 Queen St. West (Queen just East of Dufferin)Toronto $5 admission – comes with… Continue reading The library will be closed for CANZINE 2009
The Toronto Zine Library invites you to come and celebrate the Toronto launch of the newly revised & reprinted Stolen Sharpie Revolution with an afternoon of readings by: ALEX WREKK — Portland, OR. (Stolen Sharpie Revolution, Brainscan Zine) JEFF MILLER — Montreal, QC. (Ghost Pine Fanzine, Negative Capability) TERI VLASSOPOULOS — Montreal, QC. (Melt the… Continue reading Hallowzine
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONSIndependent PressThe Queen West Art Crawl is pleased to announce that we are currently seeking submissions for â€˜Independent Press’. This new section of our Parkdale Crafters Market is focused on casting the spotlight on Toronto’s left-of-centre independent publications. This includes, but certainly is not limited to; ZINES, COMICS, SILK-SCREENED POSTERS, SHOW POSTERS, AND… Continue reading Queen West Art Crawl – Call for Submissionsâ€
//////////////Dear Happy People Zining and Writing and Crafting and otherwise Making: You are cordially invited to show/sell your stuff at the most lovelySappyFest small press/zine/and craft fair this Aug 1 of 2009, 12 – 4 pm. We are looking for crafters, zinesters, and small press type folk to make this weekend really nice. This event… Continue reading Sackville zine fair!
The newly-formed Zine Library Outreach Committee presents its first event! We’ll be screening the yet-to-be-released expanded version of Between Resistance and Community: The Long Island DIY Punk Scene. The new version includes deleted scenes, extra live footage, and follow up segments on Latterman, scene members, and women in punk. After the film, Anna will be… Continue reading EVENT THIS SUNDAY