Teens: Try a summer internship--or come back soon to learn about upcoming PRINT LAB! Print your own t-shirt, print your own poster--at the ZACC DIY Printmaking studio. (For adults, and young kids, too!)
Two zines are posted on our new online ETSY store, but more will be available soon. Click images above to shop!
TEEN ZINES still open!
There's still room. Don't worry about pre-registering, just come on over to ZACC at 2:30 on Thursdays. You'll get to check out the zine library, learn how to put your own writing and artwork into a book and distribute it yourself, plus meet artists and writers who actually earn money from their work, and it's partially thanks to zine culture. $10/month just helps cover copy costs, zine-ordering, and candy.
Issue 5, the SOUND ISSUE
Great poetry from smallpressers around the country. Find it at the ZACC Shop, and on our new Etsy site (coming soon)
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Show your love of spontaneity and Guerrilla publishing. We' ll be creating this at the Festival of the Book, Oct 24-25. UPDATE: this is FOR SALE at the ZACC! its amazingly good, don't miss out on it! Limited edition!
When you click the DONATE button, it is set up for a $5 tax-deductible donation. Just $5 helps us! With it we could : print 2 zines, or buy a long-lasting jar of ink, or get snacks for Teen Zine club, or mail 5 zines, or order 2 zines for our zine library (hence supporting even more zinesters), or buy a ream of paper... You can even specify what you would like us to use your money for. We appreciate every dollar!
Slumgullion seeks submissions for special and ongoing projects.
Special Projects Zine e-Zine FEB 2009:
We're creating a section on this website that deals with the world of zines and the digital age..Accepting bloglke content, essays, drawings, articles, and so on. Also seeking links to articles on your site (or other people's sites) that deal with "Why Zines" ---we'll post a blurb about the article and link to it.
Ongoing Projects Slumgullion Magazine: poetry, prose, drawings, literary criticism...anything goes for this sporadically-produced surge of creativity.
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The below addresses are current as of July 2008! Send us your thoughts, class requests, zine submissions, additions to our library, or let us know if you would like to be a volunteer