Zines in the Crescent City

by Alisha Rae I made my first zine, a mini-comic, at the age of 30. I didn’t start drawing until a few months before that, […]

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Paper Blog

by Clark Allen I’d found this medium with infinite flexibility. A place with its own already sustained subculture open for my perusal and contribution. The internet was around, sure, but still reserved for the kind of household that had two TVs. The zine world seemed so massive, was abrasively tactile . . .

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When Zines & Artists’ Books Converge

by Cody Gieselman When I think very long about zines, I get bogged down in what that term means or what I think it’s supposed […]

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The Social Nature of Zines (No, Seriously)

  • March 15, 2013
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I am constantly explaining to people that zines are alive and well, that there is a large community of people making, exchanging, and reading zines who would be interested to be informed of its death.

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What Did You Call Them?

by Turner Hilliker Last year I had three subscribers to my zine, Holiday Pay. More people probably read the email you sent your coworkers this […]

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Hello, won’t you come in.

  • February 10, 2013
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Welcome to SIFT’s new blog! This will be a space for us to talk about the moments where sequence, image, form, and text collide in […]

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