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Chris O'Leary and his zine, FatBoy
Angi Brzycki, August 18, 2020

Chris O'Leary is a Creative based in London. Currently working in Music he's also the creator of FatBoy Zine, a publication and platform which looks at Asian food, identity, and culture.

Bronwyn Mauldin and her collection of zines
Angi Brzycki, August 11, 2020

Bronwyn Mauldin is a zine maker and writer. She is the creator of the Democracy Series which is available in bookstores and libraries across the US. She’s also the author of the novel Love Songs of the Revolution and short story collection The Streetwise Cycle.

Author Lexis-Olivier Ray
Angi Brzycki, August 04, 2020

Lexis-Olivier Ray is a multimedia journalist, filmmaker, zine maker, and artist currently based in Los Angeles. In the past year, he has created content for KCET, L.A. Taco, Road Trippers, Leafly, Atlas Obscura, and Hyper Allergic.

Eunsoo Jeong and her current zine
Angi Brzycki, July 28, 2020

Eunsoo Jeong is an artist, color designer, illustrator, animator living in Los Angeles. Koreangry is a comic/zine series based on her daily struggle as a Korean-American immigrant woman.

Collage of zines
Angi Brzycki, July 21, 2020

Independent, non-commercial, and often handmade magazines have been around long before 2011 when Alex Wrekk designated July as International Zine Month. A well-known zinester, Wrekk, also specified July 21 as International Zine Library Day.

Ray Potes, a zinemaker
Angi Brzycki, July 10, 2020

Ray Potes is a photographer and the editor of Hamburger Eyes, a black and white photography zine. He’s also the creator of the blog and zine, Ray Reports.

2 zine covers
Angi Brzycki, March 03, 2020

kuwa jasiri (first name) Indomela, pronoun the one, is a seed steward, wordsmith, and spiritual tender. This one engages in international writing and speaking opportunities that affirm People Of Heritage (Of Colour).

zine collage of Valerie J. Bower
Angi Brzycki, February 04, 2020

Valerie J. Bower is a Los Angeles based photographer. Valerie describes her work as dream-like, monochrome street photography that shows a softer, feminine point of view on typically masculine themes and subjects.

Artist and Zine-Maker Esther Pearl Watson
Angi Brzycki, January 15, 2020

Meet Esther Pearl Watson, a Los Angeles based artist, illustrator, children’s book author and zine maker.

colorful collection of zines
Angi Brzycki, August 02, 2019

Did you know that we have over 1200 zines in our catalog? That number will continue to grow as we regularly add zines to our collection. Seven of our libraries host zine collections that you can browse, borrow, and read: