Find this zine already folded and free for you to take at the Zines! In the Collection at Alkek Exhibit on the 3rd floor.
A zine - derived from magazine - is an independently- or self-published booklet, often created by a single person. Zines are customarily created by physically cutting and gluing text and images together onto a master flat for photocopying, but it is also common to produce the master by typing and formatting pages on a computer. The end product is usually folded and stapled. Zines can be printed and bound in any manner. Offset printing is a relatively common alternative to photocopying, though there is some controversy among zine writers as to whether professionally printed products may be defined as zines. -- From ZineWiki
Come learn what a zine is, where to find them at zine fests and libraries, and how to make your own zine. Art & Design Librarian, Tara Smith, will host guest presenters,Yes Ma'am zine creators, Elle Minter & Suzy Gonzales (Texas State alumni artists) for the 10 year anniversary of the first issue of their zine,Yes Ma'am that they made at Alkek Library. Check out the exhibit to accompany the workshop on the 2nd floor with issues of their zines, photographs, and memorabilia related to 2011 when they made the first issue of their zine.
The Zine Workshop is open to everyone. TXST-affiliated attendees should register for the Zine Workshop here. Attendees who are not affiliated with Texas State should email email@example.com for the Zoom link.