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Zine collections: An Australian perspective

by phd student at university of technology, sydney on Jun 03, 2009

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Presented by Jessie Lymn & John Stevens on January 23, 2009 at RAILS 2009 in Sydney , Australia. ...

Presented by Jessie Lymn & John Stevens on January 23, 2009 at RAILS 2009 in Sydney , Australia.

This presentation considers a unique subcultural form - the zine - and examines two Australian examples of zine collections, one informal collection at the Octapod, a community arts space in Newcastle, NSW, and another collection in the Rare Printed section of the State Library of Victoria. These two collections have emerged over the past decade as significant collections of zines in Australia. Both collections are also currently the subject of research projects being undertaken in library and information studies institutions in Australia; research which aims to add to the small but growing body of knowledge of the field from an Australian perspective.

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