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Metro Panel Zines.Blogs
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Metro Panel Zines.Blogs
Metro Panel Zines.Blogs
Metro Panel Zines.Blogs
Metro Panel Zines.Blogs
Metro Panel Zines.Blogs
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  • 1. Blogs, Zines, and Self Publishing (for Librarians) Alycia Sellie Metropolitan New York Library Council October 14, 2009
  • 2. Zines “…can be about toasters, food, a favorite television show, thrift stores, anarchism, candy, bunnies, sexual abuse, architecture, war, gingerbread men, activism, retirement homes, comics, eating disorders, Barbie dolls-you name it. There are personal zines, music zines, and sport zines, zines about politics and zines about pop culture.” -Julie Bartel, From A to Zine People create zines out of a desire to fill a void in mainstream media…
  • 3. (a few) Zines by Librarians
  • 4. Zines by Librarians about Zines and Libraries (phew!)
  • 5. Jerianne Thompson’s How to be a Good Library Patron/How to be a Bad Library Patron
  • 6. Coldslap! The Library Society of the World Zine (created to be distributed at ALA annual)
  • 7. Library Zines as Serials Librarian Perzines (Personal Zines)
  • 8. Zines as tools for research and writing in the classroom as well as in the library
  • 9. All you need to make your own zine:
  • 10. Library Workers Zine Collection at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Library and Information Studies Library (send them a copy of your zine!)
  • 11. Blogs and Online Publishing
  • 12. We all know many successful librarian bloggers, who are just as free as zinesters in terms of what they publish (and no, blogs did not kill all print zines).
  • 13. Why I chose Open Source
  • 14. Slides from this talk: http://alycia.brokenja.ws

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