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Corina Fastwolf's Groups (10)

  • PDX Zinesters

    76 members Latest Activity: Mar 4 For Zinesters of Portland, Oregon USA. We can talk about upcoming events or if Stan (the photocopier at the IPRC) os on the fritz again!

  • Zine Librarians

    181 members Latest Activity: Jan 12 For zine librarians and librarian zine makers.

  • Zine Event Organizers

    131 members Latest Activity: Mar 4 Do you organize a zine event? A zine picnic? zine readings or a zine fest/symposium/gala/etc? This group is for you! Talk to other zine organizers…

  • Alternative Press

    51 members Latest Activity: Feb 15 A group for the Alternative Press 2009.

  • Twin Cities Zinesters

    23 members Latest Activity: Jan 29 For all the zinesters in Minneapolis and St. Paul -- including their friendly suburbs.

  • over 30 and still at it...

    281 members Latest Activity: Feb 7 A group for those 30 years and over that are still printing and reading zines.

  • queer punk zinsters

    78 members Latest Activity: Mar 31 I know there is a queer zinester group, but I think queer punk zines & queer punk zinsters need their own group

  • Anarchist Zinesters

    132 members Latest Activity: Feb 5 A group for anarchist zinesters to meet, discuss, and share.

  • NYC Zine Fest

    62 members Latest Activity: Apr 10 A place for zinesters to talk about the NYC Zine Fest, chat with one another, coordinate rideshares and housing, and get excited about the upcoming…

  • Social Change Zinesters

    335 members Latest Activity: Mar 31 For those interested in zines as tools for social change, whether in terms of zine content itself, instituting zine collections in public libraries,…

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