Recap: Causing a Zine, The Sequel

On Sept 16, 2022 Kim Knight led a workshop on academic zine making. Participants gathered with tape, glue sticks, scissors, and their creativity to construct zines for the 3rd floor Little Free Zine Library in the Edith O’Donnell Arts and Technology Building.

Scans of the zines are coming soon, but for now we’ve got a photo of creativity in process and the handout that shared tutorials, inspiration, and academic work on the context and uses of zines.

Students of various races and genders sit around a table with an assortment of zine-making supplies. All students are wearing face masks.

Zine Planning Templates

Inspiration

Further Resources

  • Baker, Sarah and Zelmarie Cantillon. “Zines as Community Archive.” Archival Science. 2022.
  • Beins, Agatha, ed. “Comparative Perspectives Symposium: Feminist Zines.” Signs. Vol. 35, no. 1, Autumn 2009.
  • Gimeno-S├ínchez, Andrea. “Urbanism of Zines: The Potential of Environmentalist Zines as Sources for Planning History.” Planning Perspectives. 2022.
  • Gray, Emily M. et. al. “Between Activism and Academia: Zine-Making as Feminist Response to COVID-19.” Gender and Education. 2021.
  • Robinson, Lucy. “Zines and History: Zines as History.” In Ripped, Torn and Tut: Pop, Politics and Punk Fanzines from 1976. Manchester UP, 2018, pp. 39 – 54.