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''Library Journal'', the oldest and most respected publication covering the library field, is read by over 100,000 library directors, administrators, and staff in public, academic, and special libraries. [[Jenna Freedman]] initiated and edits the quarterly Zine Reviews column, which launched in the March 1, 2008, issue. As of March 2009, the column has moved online only and is featured in ''LJ'''s newest enewsletter, BookSmack! Zine librarians and other subject specialists from across the country evaluate more than 20 zines each year in various zine genres.
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'''Library Journal''', the oldest and most respected publication covering the library field, is read by over 100,000 library directors, administrators, and staff in public, academic, and special libraries.
  
For review consideration, please send one copy along with information like the year it was produced, price, creator’s name, ordering/contact information, web address, and distros that stock your zine. For the Zines column, we do not consider publications that have a masthead, an ISSN, or a circulation of more than 2000 (consider submitting these for ''LJ'''s Magazine Reviews column), and creators must do much of the production and distribution themselves and may not charge significantly more than the zines cost to produce.
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[[Jenna Freedman]] initiated and edits the quarterly Zine Reviews column, which launched in the March 1, 2008, issue. Zine librarians and other subject specialists from across the country evaluated more than 20 zines each year in various zine genres. The Zines column reviewed publications that do not have a masthead, an ISSN, or a circulation of more than 2000, and creators must do much of the production and distribution themselves and may not charge significantly more than the zines cost to produce.
  
Please submit relevant materials to:
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As of March 2009, the column was moved online only and was featured in Library Journal's enewsletter, BookSmack! Following March 2012, the column was indefinitely suspended.
  
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==Contacts==
 
Anna Katterjohn,
 
Anna Katterjohn,
 
Library Journal,
 
Library Journal,
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
* [http://www.libraryjournal.com Official Site]
 
* [http://www.libraryjournal.com Official Site]
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* [http://reviews.libraryjournal.com/category/collection-development/zines/ Library Journal March 2011-March 2012 colmuns]
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* [http://www.libraryjournal.com/csp/cms/sites/LJ/Reviews/Magazine/index.csp Library Journal Magazine and Zine review columns]
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Latest revision as of 20:55, 9 April 2012

Library Journal, the oldest and most respected publication covering the library field, is read by over 100,000 library directors, administrators, and staff in public, academic, and special libraries.

Jenna Freedman initiated and edits the quarterly Zine Reviews column, which launched in the March 1, 2008, issue. Zine librarians and other subject specialists from across the country evaluated more than 20 zines each year in various zine genres. The Zines column reviewed publications that do not have a masthead, an ISSN, or a circulation of more than 2000, and creators must do much of the production and distribution themselves and may not charge significantly more than the zines cost to produce.

As of March 2009, the column was moved online only and was featured in Library Journal's enewsletter, BookSmack! Following March 2012, the column was indefinitely suspended.

Contacts

Anna Katterjohn, Library Journal, 360 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10010; 646-746-6818; anna.katterjohn@reedbusiness.com

You can also contact Jenna Freedman at ljzines@gmail.com with questions or comments.

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