**UPDATE: We will be raffling prints of this poster tomorrow at the event but supplies are extremely limited. Show up early to get your ticket. Big thanks to Clay Doran / Squid Dust for designing and making the prints. We will give away a few later today so check back on this blog or like us on FB to keep up to date.
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Posted by Andrew Coulon on November 17, 2011
Posted by Andrew Coulon on November 8, 2011
For more information on the Zine Symposium featuring Kathleen Hanna, click here.
Posted by Matthew Moyer on November 4, 2011
It’s a few days late, but here is a list of new zines we released in October. Check one out today.
All Things Ordinary. Vol. 1
Birdsong. Vol. 14
Bound Struggles. Vol. 6: Chicago Books To Women In Prison.
Bourbondandy. Vol. 1
Brilliant Mistake. Vol. 1
Burn Collector. Vol. 14
Cometbus. Vol. 52
Cometbus. Vol. 53
Culture Slut. Vol. 23
Defining Moments: The Animal Edition.
Delusions Of Grandeur.
Doris. Vol. 26
Doris. Vol. 28
Effigy. Vol. 5
Facial Features Of French Explorers.
Filling The Void: Interviews About Drinking + Using.
Fluke. Vol. 8
Framing The Artists: Art In Film & Television.
Go Ratray Go. Vol. 2: Pedal/Medal.
Grime Time. Vol. 2
High School Sucks.
Letters I Will Never Send To You. Vol. 2
Motors: (Based On Drawings Originally Done In High School).
R2K 10 Years Later.
When The Crash Meets Something Solid. Vol. 6
Zaborski: A Bestiary. Vol. 5
Posted by Matthew Moyer on September 28, 2011
We didn’t forget about it, we just got delayed by some very cool Zine events that we’ll be letting you all in on VERY soon. In the meantime, thumb through these lovely tomes…
Archiving The Underground. Vol. 1
Barefoot Nnd In The Kitchen. Vol. 4
Batforum International. Vol. 1
Brilliant Mistake. Vol. 3
Caboose. Vol. 7: Britney Spears 101
The CIA Makes Science Fiction Unexciting. Vol. 6
Cometbus. Vol. 51: The Loneliness Of The Electric Menorrah
Cool Spots, USA: Arkansas.
Do You Love A Veteran? Vol. 1
Drop Target. Vol. 1
The Fury. Vol. 19
Haunted Ground. Vol. 1
Manifesti Of Radical Literature.
Mineshaft Magazine. Vol. 26
The Prince Zine.
San Marco Teen Summer Reading Zine Program July 2011.
Slice Of Life: My Pizza Memories.
Temporary Conversations: Jean Toche
Wolfman Chicago’s Quest For Real Boots.
Zisk. Vol. 17
Posted by Matthew Moyer on August 24, 2011
Well, another International Zine Month has come and gone, but here at the Jacksonville Public Library we pretend its every single day of the year! Tuck into some good reading and savor the Revenge of Print.
Absent-Cause. Vol. 1
Antithisestablishmentarianism. Vol. 3
Brainscan: 7, 8, 9 Comp.
Changable Beasts Preferable Personalities.
Cometbus. Vol. 41
Defeated by Maryland: The Adventures Of Twineman And No Key.
Doris. Vol. 17
Etc. Vol. 6
The Family Geek. Vol. 4
Femme A Barbe. Vol. 1
Flying Lesson. Vol. 10
Heartattack. Vol. 46
Here It Is. Vol. 2
Impact Press. Vol. 55
Interrobang. Vol. 1.1
Maximum Rock N Roll. Vol. 330
Maximum Rock N Roll. Vol. 332
Movement Magazine. Vol. 1.2
Movement Magazine. Vol. 1.2
Movement Magazine. Vol. 1.5
904 Pinball Zine. Vol. 1
Organ Haus. Vol. 1: Stoney Drawings
Oxidizer. Vol. 2: Crushes Of 2010 And Other Romantic Ramblings.
PTBH! Vol. 9
Punchline. Vol. 6: Politics
Snakepit. Vol. 11: Quarterly Edition
S.O.S. – Sight Of Sight.
Tight Pants. Vol. 10
Zine World. Vol. 24
Zine World. Vol. 27
Zine World. Vol. 28
Posted by Matthew Moyer on July 19, 2011
Posted by Matthew Moyer on July 12, 2011
With International Zine Month in full swing, what better way to celebrate than kicking back and reading a mess o’ zines? We’ve got you covered with these new selections…
Ache. Vol. 4
A.D.D. Vol. 15 : Attention Deficit Disorder
Avow. Vol. 12
Booty. Vol. 2
Brainscan. Vol. 19 : Typewriters
Burn Brandon. Vol. 17
The Constant Rider Omnibus: Stories From The Public Transportation Front.
Croq. Vol. 12
The Days Run Away Like Children: 5ive Songs for 5ive Points.
Dessin Libre : Freinet Pedagogy and Its Approach to Art Education.
Diary Of A Mosquito Abatement Man.
DigDog: Phatty Reiser.
Doris. Vol. 15: D.I.Y. Anti-Depression Guide
Doris. Vol. 19: ABC
Doris. Vol. 20
Gullible. Vol. 24
Honey Chamber: Bridge To Homesick.
I Hate This Part Of Texas. Vol. 4
Infintesmal. Vol. 1: The Real Better Jacksonville Plan.
Junket. Vol. 2: Taxi Stories Part Two.
Kilter. Vol. 5: The Journal Of Gothicartchicago.com.
Damian K. Lahey: The Days Run Away Like Children
Loitering Is Good. Vol. 8: Post Modern Reflections In Turd Town.
Manderz Totally Top Private Diary. Vol. 1: Keep Out!!!
Manderz Totally Top Private Diary. Vol. 3: Keep Out!!!
The Memphibians: How To Be Followed Alone.
Movement Magazine. Vol. 1.4
Movement Magazine. Vol. 1.6
Not Very Nice. Vol. 1
Pick Your Poison. Vol. 1
Pick Your Poison. Vol. 2
Please Let Me Help.
Popnihil. Vol. 3: Stop Me If You Think You’ve Heard This One Before.
Primitive Toothcare: A DIY Guide To Uncivilized Oral Hygiene.
PTBH! Vol. 10
Razorcake. Vol. 62
Scam. Vol. 5
Seven Inches To Freedom. Vol. 6
Scenery. Vol. 15
Simple Complexity: The Complex Theory.
Snakepit. Vol. 9: Quarterly Edition
Snakepit. Vol. 10: Quarterly Edition
Snakepit. Vol. 12: Quarterly Edition
Snakepit. Vol. 13: Quarterly Edition
Snakepit. Vol. 34: Gullible. Vol. 26 split
Somnambulist. Vol. 1
Status. Vol. 27
Tales Of A Traveling Panty Salesman.
These Are The Days. Vol. 5
The 2416: Puddled.
You Idiot. Vol. 1
You Idiot. Vol. 2
Posted by Matthew Moyer on July 8, 2011
Thanks to everyone who showed up for our concert during Art Walk on Wednesday night. Paten Locke and Willie Evans Jr. put on an amazing show and we had a great time. But we’ve got more new projects and surprises to unveil this month. So keep checking back! First off is our new READ ZINES poster, featuring Paten Locke, Willie Evans Jr, and Tough Junkie! We’ve given away a bunch already but there’s more at the Main Library, so hurry on down!
Thanks to Max Michaels for designing this amazing poster!
Posted by Andrew Coulon on July 6, 2011
The Jacksonville Public Library Zine Collection presents Paten Locke and Willie Evans Jr live in the Main Library on July 6th! We’re kicking off International Zine Month right with a combination of independent publishing and independent music! Since before Asamov these two talented performers have been setting the standard for artists coming out of Jacksonville. Touring all over America and Europe, these two are some of the most intriguing live acts you will find. From video manipulation, to record scratching, to the art of MCing, to doing all that at the same time! You can’t find anything better than Paten Locke and Willie Evans Jr! My word on that! Plus it’s free! And we’ll have a bunch of brand new zines available for checkout as well!
We’ll be in what was formerly Shelby’s Café, right near the Laura Street entrance. The Main Library is at the corner of Laura and Duval, across from Hemming Plaza. Event starts promptly at 6:30p.m.
Posted by Andrew Coulon on June 22, 2011
The Jacksonville Public Library just cataloged its 1000th zine!
In just under two years, we’ve built an impressive collection of zines and we literally couldn’t have done it without you. We have received boxes and boxes of donations from generous people around Florida and around the country. Keep it up! Check out a zine and show your support!
To celebrate this milestone, we are planning a zine release party for the new materials at the July Artwalk. More details to come. We will have lots of new stuff to check out that day, so be sure to stop in at the Main Library.