Unofficial SUNY New Paltz Traveling Zine Library

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The '''Unofficial SUNY New Paltz Traveling Zine Library''' was created in Fall 2006 at SUNY New Paltz (in [[New Paltz, NY]]) in order to help students gain access to zines created locally and world wide.  Donations are extremely important and necessary for the growth and maintainence of the library.  There are weekly open hours for students to browse the collection and check out zines.  Currently, there is no permanent residence for the collection, hence it being a "traveling" zine library.  Hopefully, this "unofficially" library will one day be able to find a place in the SUNY New Paltz library.
The '''Unofficial SUNY New Paltz Traveling Zine Library''' was created in Fall 2006 at SUNY New Paltz (in [[New Paltz, NY]]) in order to help students gain access to zines created locally and world wide.  Donations are extremely important and necessary for the growth and maintainence of the library.  There are weekly open hours for students to browse the collection and check out zines.  Currently, there is no permanent residence for the collection, hence it being a "traveling" zine library.  Hopefully, this "unofficially" library will one day be able to find a place in the SUNY New Paltz library.
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Currently the collection has 100 zines and categories include personal, women oriented, food and DIY.
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Currently the collection has 100 zines with an emphasis on body image, feminism, mental health, gender, and sexuality based zines.
The [http://npzinelibrary.livejournal.com/profile official website] is constantly being updated.
The [http://npzinelibrary.livejournal.com/profile official website] is constantly being updated.

Revision as of 17:56, 11 August 2007

The Unofficial SUNY New Paltz Traveling Zine Library was created in Fall 2006 at SUNY New Paltz (in New Paltz, NY) in order to help students gain access to zines created locally and world wide. Donations are extremely important and necessary for the growth and maintainence of the library. There are weekly open hours for students to browse the collection and check out zines. Currently, there is no permanent residence for the collection, hence it being a "traveling" zine library. Hopefully, this "unofficially" library will one day be able to find a place in the SUNY New Paltz library.

Currently the collection has 100 zines with an emphasis on body image, feminism, mental health, gender, and sexuality based zines.

The official website is constantly being updated.

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