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The '''St. Patrick's Zine Library''' is open every 17th of March from 10 p.m. to 19 a.m (regular opening hours). It is a "traveling" zine library. There is no permanent residence for the collection and the library pops up on different locations "to save the kids from the forces of evil", as stated on a flyer / invitation card.
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[[Image:Poster STPTRCKSLBRRY web.jpg|200px|thumb|right| Poster 2014 by [[Patrick Rieve]] and Julius Terlinden]]
  
The library was founded by an anonymous person and is run by volunteers.
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[[Image:FlyerNew2013.jpg|200px|thumb|right| Flyer 2013]]
  
==See also==
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The '''St. Patrick's Zine Library''' is a "traveling" zine library with no official permanent residence for the collection. The library pops up on different locations, "to save the kids from the forces of evil" (as stated on a flyer/invitation card). Originally the library opened at least every 17th of March (St. Patrick's Day) on a different location. The collection was compiled and is maintained by Cologne based artist [[Patrick Rieve]].
* [[:Category:St. Patrick's Zine Library]]
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Associated projects: [[Patrick's Zine Distro]] and the [[Yin Yang Yong]] Collective respectively [[Yin Yang Yong]] Publishing.
  
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=== Each 17th of March===
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In 2014 the collection was displayed at SSZ-Sued, an small exhibition space in Cologne, Germany. Starting March 13th there was a presentation or ''zine launch'' with new zines by Missis Nasti aka Franziska Nast, [[Torben Röse]], Marco Zumbé, Tom Krol, Stalker Evans, [[TFGC Publishing]] and [[TBOOKS]] COLOGNE. On friday there was a reading with zinister [[Al Burian]] ([[Burn Collector]]), as well as a library introduction with Victoria Neuman on Sunday 16th.
  
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In March 2016 the library was open at [[The Millionaires Club]], a 3-day Comics, Posters, and Graphics festival held in Leipzig.
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1st of May 2016 the collection appeared as part of [[Raymond Pettibon]]'s exhibition ''Homo Americanus'' at Deichtorhallen Hamburg/Sammlung Falckenberg in Hamburg.
  
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===The Collection===
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The collection is international (sometimes discribed as intergalactic). Among [[zines]], [[fanzines]], [[minicomics]], newsprints and other small press publications the library hosts a "motley crew" of zines produced by young people, sometimes related to workshops held by artists, writers and/or zinisters at schools or other facilities or as a private event. These publications are predominantly in German or English language.
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===List of Publications===
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*[[:Category:St. Patrick's Zine Library]]
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== External Links ==
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*[https://www.facebook.com/pages/St-Patricks-Zine-Library/186879254839337 St. Patrick's Zine Library on facebook]
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*[https://www.deichtorhallen.de/blog/das-heft-arbeitet-fur-dich Interview with Patrick Rieve] (in German language)
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*[http://www.ssz-sued.de/ SSZ Sued, Cologne]
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*[http://themillionairesclub.tumblr.com/ The Millionaires Club, Leipzig]
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Latest revision as of 12:32, 5 December 2016

Poster 2014 by Patrick Rieve and Julius Terlinden
Flyer 2013

The St. Patrick's Zine Library is a "traveling" zine library with no official permanent residence for the collection. The library pops up on different locations, "to save the kids from the forces of evil" (as stated on a flyer/invitation card). Originally the library opened at least every 17th of March (St. Patrick's Day) on a different location. The collection was compiled and is maintained by Cologne based artist Patrick Rieve.

Associated projects: Patrick's Zine Distro and the Yin Yang Yong Collective respectively Yin Yang Yong Publishing.

Each 17th of March

In 2014 the collection was displayed at SSZ-Sued, an small exhibition space in Cologne, Germany. Starting March 13th there was a presentation or zine launch with new zines by Missis Nasti aka Franziska Nast, Torben Röse, Marco Zumbé, Tom Krol, Stalker Evans, TFGC Publishing and TBOOKS COLOGNE. On friday there was a reading with zinister Al Burian (Burn Collector), as well as a library introduction with Victoria Neuman on Sunday 16th.

In March 2016 the library was open at The Millionaires Club, a 3-day Comics, Posters, and Graphics festival held in Leipzig. 1st of May 2016 the collection appeared as part of Raymond Pettibon's exhibition Homo Americanus at Deichtorhallen Hamburg/Sammlung Falckenberg in Hamburg.

The Collection

The collection is international (sometimes discribed as intergalactic). Among zines, fanzines, minicomics, newsprints and other small press publications the library hosts a "motley crew" of zines produced by young people, sometimes related to workshops held by artists, writers and/or zinisters at schools or other facilities or as a private event. These publications are predominantly in German or English language.

List of Publications


External Links