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56a Zine Library Relaunch/Benefit

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56a Zine Library Relaunch/Benefit

Time: July 25, 2009 at 7:30pm to July 26, 2009 at 5pm
Location: 56a Infoshop and The Grosvenor
Street: crampton street
City/Town: london
Website or Map: http://www.56a.org.uk
Event Type: benefit, study, and, discussion
Latest Activity: Jul 24, 2009

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Event Description

56a has tons of zines, dating back to the 80s and coming from all over the world. It's an amazing, free resource!
We've been working on re-organising & cataloguing the zines for a few months now, and this weekend we're re-launching it upon London!

Saturday 25th July @ The Grosvenor: BENEFIT GIG! w/ Jean Genet, Husbands & Candy Panic Attack, plus zine distros from Ricochet! Ricochet! Cherry Bomb Comics, 56a, Improper Fraction & more. 17 Sidney Road, Stockwell SW9, £4, 7.30pm

Sunday 26th July @ 56a info shop: Vegan Pancakes @ 12pm followed by...
1pm: practical squatting (resources 56a can offer)
2pm: Radical Self-published Comix w/ the makers of Morgenmuffel, Last Hours, Colouring Outside the Lines & more
3pm onwards: Zine Librarians discussing zine libraries! Make & do & talk session, help us with the cataloguing, labelling, displaying of the zine library and generally geek out with other zinesters & librarians.
Throughout the day: Bike maintenance, and check out the bike workshop. 56a Crampton Street, Elephant & Castle SE 17.

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Comment by Monstress Zine on July 23, 2009 at 2:46pm
thanks for the invitation! i hope everybody has a great time!

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