We Make Zines

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'''We Make Zines''' is an online social networking website for [[zine]] makers and readers.  
'''We Make Zines''' is an online social networking website for [[zine]] makers and readers.  
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As of July 2011, there were more than 3500 members, including people from the United States, Europe, Asia, Australia, Japan, Mexico, South America. The site includes discussion forums, event listings, photos and other images, and groups. Members have a profile page where they can post blog posts that show up on the main page feed. Members are encouraged to: "create a profile, list your zineography, post images of zines, partake in the forums, find other zine writers, read about new releases, read reviews from your favorite zine writers and leave comments about the zine you just read on the actual zinesters profile."
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As of July 2011, there were more than 3500 members, including people from the United States, Europe, Asia, Australia, Japan, Mexico, South America. The site includes discussion forums, event listings, photos and other images, and groups.  
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Members have a profile page where they can post blog posts that show up on the main page feed. Members are encouraged to: "create a profile, list your zineography, post images of zines, partake in the forums, find other zine writers, read about new releases, read reviews from your favorite zine writers and leave comments about the zine you just read on the actual zinesters profile."
The site was created by [[Krissy Durden]] of [[PonyBoy Press]] in August 2008.  
The site was created by [[Krissy Durden]] of [[PonyBoy Press]] in August 2008.  

Revision as of 06:51, 24 June 2011

We Make Zines main page on February 23 2009
We Make Zines main page on February 23 2009

We Make Zines is an online social networking website for zine makers and readers.

As of July 2011, there were more than 3500 members, including people from the United States, Europe, Asia, Australia, Japan, Mexico, South America. The site includes discussion forums, event listings, photos and other images, and groups.

Members have a profile page where they can post blog posts that show up on the main page feed. Members are encouraged to: "create a profile, list your zineography, post images of zines, partake in the forums, find other zine writers, read about new releases, read reviews from your favorite zine writers and leave comments about the zine you just read on the actual zinesters profile."

The site was created by Krissy Durden of PonyBoy Press in August 2008.

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