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Loud on Paper Library Guide

This guide provides information on the Fall 2022 event, zines, and how to make a zine.

Welcome!

How to Use this Guide

Welcome!

In this guide, you will find up-to-date information on zines, the Loud on Paper: Fall 2022 Lecture & Zine-Making Workshop, the nature of student participation, the motivations behind this event, and how you can get involved. Updates and additions will be made to this guide until the time of the event.

The pages of this guide provide information about zines as well as zine culture and history. You will also find resources that will show you how to make a zine and give you some ideas for what you might want to include in your zine. If you want to learn even more about zines, check out the Resources tab.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Asian American Studies Library Liaison, Professor Jerilyn Pia Tinio (jtinio@purdue.edu). 

We hope this guide will inspire you to have fun and start creating!

Zines

Lycheenaut by Tara Sin cover from Berea College's Hutchins Library Zine Collection

Lycheenaut by Tara Sin

A full-text digitized copy of Lycheenaut by Tara Sin can be found in Berea College's Hutchins Library Zine Collection.

Asian American Feminist Antibodies Mar. 2020 Cover

Asian American Feminist Antibodies: Care in the Time of Coronavirus by Asian American Feminist Collective

Full-text digitized and printable PDF copies of zines created by the Asian American Feminist Collective can be found on their resources page.

Due Date: The Library Zine cover

Due Date: The Library Zine by Jill Chisnell

A full-text open access digitized copy of Due Date: The Library Zine can be found at Carnegie Mellon University.