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Jessica Espiricueta's Groups (9)

  • Social Change Zinesters

    341 members Latest Activity: 15 hours ago For those interested in zines as tools for social change, whether in terms of zine content itself, instituting zine collections in public libraries,…

  • Teenage Zinesters!

    74 members Latest Activity: Jul 9 Ok the definition of this group: don't judge anyone it is for anyone who considers themselves teenagers at heart or if you are so whatever have fun

  • perzines

    397 members Latest Activity: Aug 1 for those of us who get personal with our zines. stories about our lives, reflection, wisdom gained from personal experience, etc.

  • Riot Grrrl Zinsters

    284 members Latest Activity: Aug 1 For anyone who writes or reads Riot Grrrl Zines, or anyone who loves the Riot Grrrl movement.

  • Photography

    84 members Latest Activity: May 31 For discussion on photography of all disciplines. A group for those interested in having their photography critiqued and published on www.fallyrag.com

  • D.I.Y. Punk Zines

    229 members Latest Activity: Jul 26 D.I.Y. punk zines

  • Mini Zine Folks

    317 members Latest Activity: Aug 5 For folks who have a passion/love for mini zines (zines smaller than 5" x 8") Mini zine makers and collectors both!

  • FEMINIST ZINESTERS

    447 members Latest Activity: Aug 9 A zine group for zinesters who identify as "feminist" and bring that element to there zine writing.

  • Let's Trade Zines!

    596 members Latest Activity: Aug 13 This is a group designed specifically for trading your zine for someone elses. Post a decription of your zine or contact some people in the group…

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