Posted by Josh Jubinsky on October 9, 2010
Saturday’s Zine Release party was great! Contributors to the zine got a personal copy, and other kids checked out copies of the new issue. Everyone did a short autobiographical comic, and got to help paint some more covers of last month’s Zine Machine. We had some new faces at the program, and they were pretty excited to hear about their comics being part of the library zine.
A few of the new issues are still available for checkout! They are in the Main Library’s Children’s Department. In the graphic section, right by That’s So Raven and Transformers.
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Posted by Josh Jubinsky on October 6, 2010
This Saturday, October 9th, at the Main Library is the Zine Release Party for Issue 4 of ZINE MACHINE! Kids ages 6-12 come use your library card to check out the newest issue of our zine! This issue has some comics about kid’s dream schools as well as descriptions and designs of phones by kids. At the party we’ll also be drawing comics for the next issue and having some killer snacks. It all starts at 2pm.
Zine Machine is a zine created by kids at the Main Library. The class meets every Tuesday in the children’s department at 4pm.
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Posted by Josh Jubinsky on July 28, 2010
Issue #2 is done! It’s the “country” issue! Kids from the Main Library’s Zine Machine class spent a month of meeting weekly to create eight different countries. Check out a flag designs, maps, currency, royal portaits, data such as climate, population and motto, and even pictures from each countries rich fictional, child-created, history! Countries include Karateland, Legotown, Spiralonia, Fight-Rager, Sophie, Adelhide, Imagine World, and United Games.
Copies are available for checkout at the Main Library’s Children’s Department and first floor Zine Collection.
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