Zinefest Berlin

Zinefest Berlin Bringing berliner zinesters together

19/08/2021

Dear ZFB community,

We are aware of the incident that happened last weekend at RSO club and feel sad about the current events. We would like to extend our support to Nicholas Rose and state that we are totally against fascism, racism, xenophobia, sexism, transphobia, queephobia or any other type of discrimination.

As three Latin American immigrant women, we feel deeply touched by all the unjust treatment minorities have to go through and we stand by their frustration and suffering when these things happe. Many times we are also subject of discrimination and we feel compelled to fight against it.

Regarding X-Maschine, we took our time to reflect on what to do and we weighed all the options. In the end, we decided to move forward with the event because we know it’s a big opportunity for a lot of artists to showcase their work, something rare in these times.

Subaermarkt, the branch that organizes the weekend market in Revier Südost, offered us the space for Zinefest and we agreed. It is a unique opportunity to include more artists in Zinefest, that didn’t have the chance to participate in our previous editions due to lack of space. We are not making any profit out of this event.

Given that we are aware of the many injustices that minorities go through in clubs in Berlin, from the beginning we stated to the organization of Subaermarkt that we don’t want to have any relationship with RSO Club. Because we know safe spaces are not only important but also fundamental, we would like you to know that the entrance and the security of the market is different from the one in the club.

Having said that, we highly encourage you to come in support of the artists, who have worked a lot in order to be part of Zinefest X-Maschine, but we understand if you decide to not do so for political reasons. If you have any questions or remarks, don't hesitate to contact us: open communication is a key value for the community we want to build.

Join us next week at Subaermarkt for Zinefest // X-Maschine!August 20th: Opening event with live silk printing / live ta...
12/08/2021

Join us next week at Subaermarkt for Zinefest // X-Maschine!

August 20th: Opening event with live silk printing / live tattoo / video artists / +10 zinesters

August 21st: Zine markt with +40 zinesters

Join us next week at Subaermarkt for Zinefest // X-Maschine!

August 20th: Opening event with live silk printing / live tattoo / video artists / +10 zinesters

August 21st: Zine markt with +40 zinesters

// A new Zinefest is coming //We have lived many fests together, with zines, beers & friends. During the last two years,...
11/08/2021

// A new Zinefest is coming //

We have lived many fests together, with zines, beers & friends. During the last two years, we have gone through magnificent and also rough times but the main goal has always been one: bringing Berlin's zinesters together. Come and celebrate with us the come back of our big Zinefest, like it used to be in the the good old days! 🥲

When? 20th & 21st of August
Where? At amazing Subaermarkt
What? A lot! Live Tattoo, Live Silk Printing, Video Art and, of course, Zinesters!

For now, we leave you with our collection of posters. Stay tuned for the X-Maschine one!

all posters made by @atenixbabes

all posters made by @atenixbabes
11/08/2021

all posters made by @atenixbabes

28/06/2021

Thanks to everyone that took part of Zinefest // Zyberia! Special thanks for the volunteers: without you, it wouldn't have been possible.

Stay tuned for news on the next one and see you soon!

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09/06/2021

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Danke 💕

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Danke 💕

▪️▫️ WE ▪️ ARE ▫️ BACK▪️▫️Zinefest is back! After a long break, you can join us in our post-apocalypse cyber outdoor oas...
01/06/2021

▪️▫️ WE ▪️ ARE ▫️ BACK▪️▫️

Zinefest is back! After a long break, you can join us in our post-apocalypse cyber outdoor oasis next June 26th at Hotel Die Fabrik patio!

To book a table, please send us a dm or an e-mail to [email protected]

powered by Spend it Forward 🖤

▪️▫️ WE ▪️ ARE ▫️ BACK▪️▫️

Zinefest is back! After a long break, you can join us in our post-apocalypse cyber outdoor oasis next June 26th at Hotel Die Fabrik patio!

To book a table, please send us a dm or an e-mail to [email protected]

powered by Spend it Forward 🖤

Last days of open call!If you want to participate at our next zinefest on August 22nd, send us your zines to tables@zine...
12/08/2020

Last days of open call!

If you want to participate at our next zinefest on August 22nd, send us your zines to [email protected]. You have a couple of days left!

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Zinemarkt // New Normal
08/08/2020

Zinemarkt // New Normal

💐 OPEN CALL💐Want to be part of our next zinemarkt? Send us your material to tables@zinefestberlin.com !💮You have time un...
08/08/2020

💐 OPEN CALL💐

Want to be part of our next zinemarkt? Send us your material to [email protected] !

💮You have time untill 16.08💮

💮The event will take place at an open air space, in @tak.berlin

💗Come join us!

A New Normal is coming... 💫⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀We need your zines! Zinefest Berlin is back as an open air event next August 22nd at...
05/08/2020

A New Normal is coming... 💫
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We need your zines! Zinefest Berlin is back as an open air event next August 22nd at Tak Berlin. You have time until the 15th to send your material to [email protected]

🌊 Oniria #9: Ivan McGill 🌊⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Intro to Ivan's Oniria⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀How easy would life be if we could have an Adblock for...
05/06/2020

🌊 Oniria #9: Ivan McGill 🌊
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Intro to Ivan's Oniria
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How easy would life be if we could have an Adblock for people, jobs, relationships experiences... Just a firewall for all unwanted things.

Interview

How did you start making zines?
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I started making zines in college, to immortalize a party I hosted with my people that ended up in a hellish crowd. I don't usually produce a large volume of zines, but the ones I make I usually work them a lot.
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What's the main theme of your work?
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Nowadays I love to treat science fiction but approached from a point of view a little bit more farfetched than spaceships and aliens. I like to incorporate new thoughts from essays I'm reading into this science fiction imagery. Post-humanism, intersectionality, big data or even uberization are themes I like to look at from a "science fiction" perspective.
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Are you interested in experimenting with new topics?
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Yes, always, as I discover movies, books, artists, videogames, comics or zines I discover new interesting topics to incorporate into my resources as a storyteller. Even so, beyond the themes, what motivates me most is to find new narratives, new ways of telling, ways of mapping or arranging information, or rather, of telling a story, or at least presenting a concept. I love to experiment with the narrative itself. I like the exercise of designing a narrative that, more than through its message, communicates the concept I want through its own form. Therefore, maps, diverse cartographies, infographics, diagrams... all these aarrangements can be part of the resources I use.
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What is the zine scene like where you live?
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Well, here in Madrid, I have the feeling that, despite being the biggest city in Spain, there seems to be less movement than in many other parts of the country such as Vigo or Seville. From the Madrid scene, I have noticed that there is much more movement in fanzines with the politic tag, essays, poetry, photo zines, rather than comics, which is what I consume and what I find out.

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How are you doing with the COVID lockdown? Are you more productive or creative or do you feel you are on a break?
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Well, at the beginning I was fine, getting up not too late and going ahead with the orders I had in progress. But with the passing of the weeks, it has become a little bit harder to organize myself, and my mood seems to depend on it. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Did you have any dreams or nightmares during this time? Could you tell us about them?
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I don't usually remember dreams in general and they say that's a sign that something is getting blocked in the subconscious, like an "Adblock". But since we started the confinement yes, my limbic activity has shot up, but unfortunately I either dream of very everyday things, a bus ride, going to college... or I dream about ghosts from the past that I don't think will interest anyone reading this interview... Still, I suppose it's a sign that I'm getting less "Adblock" to myself.
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Did you have any other experiences in your life that resembled a dream or a nightmare?
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No that I remember, but I have a friend who does, she's quite a witch in that sense and she dreamt once that I had an office / studio overlooking Central Park, so well, I'll patiently wait for that premonition to be formalized.

🌊 Oniria #8: Podridisima 🌊Intro to Podri's OniriaCrisis, a moment in time in which life, as we know it, changes. What tu...
26/05/2020

🌊 Oniria #8: Podridisima 🌊

Intro to Podri's Oniria

Crisis, a moment in time in which life, as we know it, changes. What turns this specific turning point into a total disaster or the opportunity to discover our new selves, it's everything that shaped us before.

How did you start making zines?
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I made only two zines. I always liked them a lot; I think they are a beautiful way of printing and I am a collector. I am not a really good writer, my zines were only drawings. I made both of them in 2018, and since then, I didn’t do anything else, because I’ve been discovering other means of expression.
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What is your main theme?
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My themes are always related to the pains of my generation - people in their thirties. I think we got caught up in the middle of a change in paradigme about relationships. Also, I am a huge animal lover so my work is also related to them.
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Are you interested in experimenting with any new topics?
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My themes are always related to something I am going through at the moment. Everything is pretty autobiographic, so change happens, I don’t look for it.
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How is the scene in the place you currently live?
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The zine scene in Buenos Aires grew a lot. In 2019, a lot of markets took place, in which a lot of incredible people took part. It makes me happy to see there are spaces for that.

How are you dealing with confinement?
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About confinement, I am not tattooing, which is my main source of income. For a while now, I’ve been feeling comfortable with painting, even more than tattooing. Obvisouly, I feel afraid of leaving something that gives you economic safety, and I take this time as an “oportuncrisis” (the chance of seeing an opportunity in the middle of a crisis) to see what happens if I don’t tattoo. I am surprised with the good answer I am getting for my work, and I am really grateful.
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Do you find yourself more productive or creative or more in a pause?
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I have problems with not being productive, so I feel that every day I must do something... I don’t know if it’s a good thing.
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Did you have any nightmares or dreams during this time? Can you tell us one?
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About dreams, I am a person that doesn’t have nightmares. It rarely happens to me, but the first time I had many. Most of them with people chasing me or wanting to get into my place.
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Have you ever been through another experience that felt like a dream or nightmare?
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I listen to my dreams a lot, I like them and I like paying attention to them. They always tell us something, they work on things we can’t digest in everyday life, so I try to listen to them. They also make me connect with people: if someone appears in one of my dreams, I feel the urge to tell them.

🌊 Oniria #6: Niklas Apfel 🌊⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Intro to Niklas' Oniria⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Normality, such a complex concept. What was normal to...
22/05/2020

🌊 Oniria #6: Niklas Apfel 🌊
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Intro to Niklas' Oniria
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Normality, such a complex concept. What was normal to us a couple of months ago is as normal as our current reality will be two months from now. The future of the uncertain, and all the values that are compromised in the changes that are imposed. Will we be able to regain the part of it that has been lost? Or we will have to readjust every habit to the new "normal"?

Interview
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How did you start making zines?
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At university actually, I first learned it there and haven’t stopped since.
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What is your main theme?
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I want to push the boundaries of how absurd and strange you can draw things, yet still reach people, tell a story or create any feeling. Also I strive to draw without stereotypes.
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Are you interested in experimenting with any new topics?
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Yes, I think there are always new themes to explore and political developments worth dealing with.
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How is the scene in the place you currently live?
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I perceive the zine scene as a pretty divers and experimental one. I like that different people with divers interests are meeting in the zine scene like people making typography zines, graffiti zines, photography zines, experimental zines and so on.

How are you dealing with COVID confinement?
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So far, it hasn’t been too bad in Berlin, where I live. We are allowed to go outside and after four weeks, I feel like people are slowly getting more loose with the confinements. Maybe it is dangerous, we will find out. But solidarity is important, not only now, always.
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Do you find yourself more productive or creative or more in a pause?
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No, not really. Although some projects where cancelled due to the situation, my work continues uninterrupted because I freelance and normally work alone. What bothers me is the lack of in person exchange about work with other artists and friends at the moment. I am looking forward to having those face to face discussions again.
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Did you have any nightmares or dreams during this time? Can you tell us one?
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Not dreams directly but thoughts. I hope that people will regain their trust in each other. I sometimes fear that certain things will not return to their old state after this pandemic. In Germany we are very privileged to have high standards for private data of the consumer. With cellphone tracking being used to monitor how successfully social distancing has been practiced, I am worried that this usage could function as a gateway for further data processing. Being able to pay in cash is another aspect just as important when it comes to privacy. Although people are currently refraining from doing so, I hope that cashless pay will not become the new normalcy.
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Have you ever been through another experience that felt like a dream or a nightmare?

Moving back from Tenerife to Berlin felt like a dream for a couple of weeks. Sometimes like a nightmare.

🌊 Oniria #5: Lina Ehrentraut 🌊 Intro to Lina's Oniria⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Dreams and nightmares, intertwined, are the performance of...
18/05/2020

🌊 Oniria #5: Lina Ehrentraut 🌊

Intro to Lina's Oniria
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Dreams and nightmares, intertwined, are the performance of our most intimate self. Every time we go to sleep, we leave all our experiences in hands of the unconscious which, with its unknown power, assemble the puzzle of our lives.

Interview

How did you start making zines?
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I liked comics since I was a child. Actually, I have been doing little notebooks since I can remember, but I didn’t know those were called zines. Since I started studying, I make much more of them, especially with my team SQUASH (with Eva Gräbeldinger, Malwine Stauss und Franz Impler), with whom I have made a lot of Zines and I am planning to make much more in the future.
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What is your main theme?
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S*x and feelings.
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Are you interested in experimenting in any new topics?
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Yes and no – I work best with what’s ijn front of me, with what happens. Because of that, new themes appear naturally.
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How is the scene in the place you currently live?
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In Leipzig there are a los of people that make cool zines. Here I am quiete happy.
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In Leipzig gibt es viele Leute, die coole Comics machen. Ich bin hier ziemlich glücklich. It would be nice to make the scene more visible, with more readings and exhibitions, even though there are currently some.

How are you dealing with COVID confinement?
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I sit all day at home, watching films or series while I eat. Sometimes I lie on the roof. I also draw a lot.
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Do you find yourself more productive or creative or more in a pause?
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Most of the time I produce a lot, but there are other days that are a bit worse for me.
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Did you have any nightmares or dreams during this time?
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Actually, not so much. I can’t remember a lot of what I dream.
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Can you tell us one?
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I met with a friend from school and I wanted a coffe, but the waitress put a lot of milk. I would rather have a black coffee, but because of the current measures, I had to drink it anyway.
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Have you ever been through another experience that felt like a dream or nightmare?
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My time at school, that was a nightmare.

🌊 Oniria #4: Judith Weber 🌊 Intro to Judith's Oniria:Our current happiness relies on the simplest things. The smell of c...
12/05/2020

🌊 Oniria #4: Judith Weber 🌊

Intro to Judith's Oniria:

Our current happiness relies on the simplest things. The smell of coffee in the morning. A good book. Seeing plants blooming. The message of a friend asking how we are. But there’s always one factor, usually the most uncontrollable of all, that can either make or break our day. We wake up and every morning we see out the window to check how the weather is. As if we were having holidays by the beach, if the sun shines, our mood lift ups, but if the sky is grey, we become sad. Frustration arises as we come into terms with the fact that all those plans we had for the day will not be accomplished. But who said that, even if the sky was blue, we could swim the way we expect to? The range of possibilities we currently have are like jumping in the ocean. Only chance can decide if we will swim among dolphins or sharks.

Interview

How did you start making zines?

I mainly got interested in zines through the punk and DIY culture, what I have read about the history of self-publishing and distribution. What interested me for my own work was making small comic zines, but also how we can use this format to collaborate with others. It's a good starting point for experiments and to get me away from doing too much digital drawing.

What is your main theme?

Random thoughts pop up in my mind during the day; so I like working with what happens around me, but mix in some fantasy. Take for instance the current situation: we do all kinds of stuff to keep us occupied, while staying it home. While I did some cleaning, I thought about learning the language of dust particles.

Something like that would make a nice story.
Are you interested in experimenting in any new topics?

Yes, absolutely. I would also like to work on some deeper topics, not "just" daily life. I also want to start mixing illustrations with other media, experiment with printing techniques or use papermaché. I think having all this time is a good starting point, but sometimes I think it would be a kick in the butt to collaborate more and work on topics someone else came up with.

How is the scene in the place you currently live?

I'm not sure yet. I think a lot of people make zines. It's a word that pops up frequently, like at the Uni context or at art and design festivals. I'm still new to it myself, but I guess lots of people are interested in it and use this format.
How are you dealing with COVID confinement?
It comes in waves. Mostly I'm fine and really appreciate all the time I have now. Sometimes I think I tend to push negative thoughts to the back of my mind. But I'm lucky to have a circle of friends where we can share our emotions and also pimping the backyard of the house I live in was really helpful.

Do you find yourself more productive / creative or more in a pause?

I'm definitely much more creative. There are some things I haven't done in a long time, such as baking sourdough bread. I used to do that when I came back from long travels and didn't have a job, but with Uni and work I didn't feel like making the time for it anymore. I'm also drawing much more and the more I draw, the more ideas I get. And the more ideas I get, the more I want to start experimenting with new materials.

Did you have any nightmares / dreams during this time?

One thing I realized is that emotions get more intense at the moment. And so my dreams. They are not specificaly related to the situation. I tend to have recurring dreams. Most of them are clustered, but quite realistic. And mostly they do not feel comfortable. I wouldn't call them nightmares, but they kind of are.

Can you tell us one?

I have one dream, that recurred a couple of times in the past weeks. Friends and I are walking through a city. I know that they are friends, but when I think about it, I'm not sure if they are actually familiar. Outside it is sunny and the colors are bright. It's a big city. Suddenly all the streets are flooded with water.

It's not muddy, but paradise-crystal clear and quite deep. But I can see the ground. It feels a bit like being in a swimming pool. And sometimes the streets even turn into pools. The cars are floating like boats and we swim in this water. Most of the time a lot of dolphins and whales are there as well. But at some point the sharks are coming and we have to flee. Aparently the sharks are slow, because we always outswim them. But they keep coming back and the feeling of being takes up most of the emotions in this dream.

Have you ever been through another experience that felt like a dream /
nightmare?

Yes, when I travelled in Australia, me and my boyfriend lived out of our car. During that time we started working at festivals and coming up was the Australian version of Burning Man, called Burning Seed. I wanted to do an installation there and I gathered materials along the way from all the stuff people left behind at the festivals. We spent a lot of time in the forests, where you can find free campspots. We moved around a lot and also for a while didn't have contact with other people, especially in the month before the Burning Seed when we didn't have a job. I felt like reality started to get blurry. Which was a great experience, since I think it ultimately came from the conflict between normative ideas of how to live your life and what I actually wanted to do. Another one would when I read a book at the subway. Each time I get off it feels like my inner world and my surrounding world are slightly off. Like the outlines of a drawing are moved a bit and not fitting the colored areas anymore.

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Hello from COVID-free and beautiful New Zealand. As an author and Zine-creator I would like to extend an offer for a cool COVID19 Creative Pack - awesome value ($40+) FREE. I'm offering this to the first ten $5+ Patrons, so come on board and I'll get this put to you ASAP - shipped to you FREE anywhere in the world. https://www.patreon.com/posts/37043312 Stay safe - we got this!
Zineklatsch #14 says "Hello, Mobile Q***r Zine Library!" - Come over and be part of the Welcoming Committe! https://www.facebook.com/events/537429357022139
Special Zineklatsch coming up in Berlin during #IZM2019! "'Zineklatsch' is an open space for all zine friends in Berlin."
Hi all, for those who missed my collage workshop at last week‘d zinefest, please stop by my monthly workshop at the end of the month in Neukölln!
Zinelove is true love! Zineklatsch meets Schikkimikki Zine Library... https://www.facebook.com/events/244705116444022/
Hi, is anyone planning on bringing a long-armed stapler to the zinefest on Saturday? If so, might I be able to use it for some last-minute stapling? 🙏🙏🙏🙏☺️
Zinesters, be ready for Zineklatsch #10! https://www.facebook.com/events/587887724961727/