Ahoy fellow KC zine makers! If you didn’t get to come to the last Zine Collective Meeting, please read on to find what we are up to. Please get in touch if you have any questions! firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will be a meeting on Feb 22ndto plan out Chicago Zine festival setup and details.
The Kansas City Center for Ink and Paper Arts made an appearance at the meeting and gave away two free memberships.
The emergent zine library web site was updated to a new design.
There will be a cataloging LAN party in February to prepare for a riot grrl / queer / feminist pop up zine library that will showcase at Vacant Farm’s open house in March. Get in touch with Stevie for more details (email@example.com).
We are creating a set of mini-zines about the topic of “something you are really excited about or care about”. Work sessions will be scheduled during a few Saturdays in February. Get in touch with Amos for more details.
Also on the radar: more zine cataloging LAN parties to get emergent zine library processed and ready to be browsed, research into wheat paste zine mural installation, possible zine festing in Kansas City, upgrading current zine distro boxes to more weather proof containers, getting our zine listings on this web site up to date.
Please get in touch with us if you have any questions. We want to create zines with you and create a thriving, healthy zine making culture together.
Babe Town by Megan Karson and Sorry Mom a collection of illustrations by 21 different artists printed in color!! GET STOKED!
Both of these zines will be for sale at the KC Zine Collective table at this year’s Chicago Zine Fest! We will continue to post submissions to our distro up until the fest. hype! hype! hype!
KC Zine Collective Table @ Chicago Zine Fest 2014: CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
CALLING ALL KC ZINESTERS!!!
The Kansas City Zine Collective is proud to announce that we will be participating in this year’s annual Chicago Zine Fest March 14th and 15th.
In order to fairly represent Kansas City’s independent print scene we would like to display and sell a diverse collection of zines at this fest. This is a great opportunity for locals to expand their works’ visibility and show the region how vibrant the KC zine scene is!
If you would like to be a part of our distro at CZF all you have to do is drop off your zines at the Tivoli box office in Westport by March 1st. Email Jess Hogan at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are planning on contributing or have any questions. Please include your name, # of copies, and pricing info.