Fundraiser

Thanks to everybody for coming to our fundraiser on Saturday. It was a big success. Thanks especially to Cognate for organizing it!

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Zine Library FUNdraiser

Come to our fundraiser next Saturday, April 18th, at 69 By the Pound (1234 Bloor Street West). This is being organized by our friends at Cognate. Featuring Performances by: We Were Former [EP RELEASE!]http://www.myspace.com/wewereformer Tonnnhttp://www.myspace.com/tonnnrules André Thériault [resurfacing from hiatus]http://www.myspace.com/andretheriault There will also be vegan baked goods, art, drinks and TZL merchandise for sale throughout… Continue reading Zine Library FUNdraiser

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TZL presenting ¨Zinemaking & Social Change Workshop¨ in WATERLOO

The Laurier Students´ Public Interest Research Group has invited the Toronto Zine Library to facilitate a workshop on Zinemaking & Social Change as part of the LSPIRG´s Community Innovation Certificate program! ¨This program is geared towards Laurier students, social innovators, sustainable entrepreneurs, change agents, enterprising non-profits, anyone who is interested in learning about being an… Continue reading TZL presenting ¨Zinemaking & Social Change Workshop¨ in WATERLOO

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TZL @ Ladyfest 2008!

Sunday, September 21st. 1:30pm Danielle and Tara of the TZL Collective will be facilitating a workshop titled Zinemaking for Social Change at this year’s Ladyfest Toronto! In this open-format workshop/discussion, we will talk about the history of zinemaking within countercultural movements from the 1920 to the present, methods of making and distributing zines and pamphlets… Continue reading TZL @ Ladyfest 2008!

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New Additions from August 19th, 2008

Ghost Pine, bees fanzine/quarter-size/Jeff MillerGhost Pine, blood fanzine/quarter-size/Jeff MillerGhost Pine, crows fanzine/quarter-size/Jeff MillerGhost Pine, wires fanzine/quarter-size/Jeff MillerGhost Pine, wolf fanzine/quarter-size/Jeff MillerThanks to Jeff Miller who donated these zines during the event at This Ain’t the Rosedale Library tonight, with readings from Erick Lyle, Jeff Miller, Cathy Crowe, Dri, and Joey Comeau. The readings were all… Continue reading New Additions from August 19th, 2008

Another closure alert

The zine library will close early on Wednesday, August 20th. Well, the library will be open, but it will only be staffed from 5pm until 6pm. In other news, remember to come to the event on Tuesday at This Ain’t the Rosedale Library, and to Zine Dream, happening on Sunday, August 24th, at the Tranzac!

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An event you should come to…

An evening of readings with a Q & A featuring Erick Lyle, Jeff Miller, Cathy Crowe, Dri and Joey Comeau. 6pm, on August 19, 2008This Ain’t the Rosedale Library (86 Nassau Street) This is going to be amazing: ERICK LYLE is the author of ‘On the Lower Frequencies: A Secret History of the City’ published… Continue reading An event you should come to…

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tzl open house

Come on out for our first annual TZL Spring Open House! Learn more about our collective activities and our collection, take time to read some of our fantastic materials, and find out about becoming a member with borrowing privledges. At the Open House, TZL-ers will be present to give tours of the collection and the… Continue reading tzl open house

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EVENT AT THE LIBRARY THIS SUNDAY

Dear all,please come to a very special event this Sunday, February 3rd, at 1:30: “Please join us for a talk with long-time zinemaker and vegan foodie extraordinaire Siue Moffat at the Toronto Zine Library. Siue is best known for her self-published masterpiece of a cookbook Lickin’ the Beaters, a self-published vegan dessert book which will… Continue reading EVENT AT THE LIBRARY THIS SUNDAY

CITY OF CRAFT

This Saturday, December 1, from 11am-8pm, join us at City of Craft at the Theatre Centre, at 1087 Queen St. West. For more information, check out the City of Craft website.

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