Riot Grrrl Problems

"A lot of people think that zines are relics from the 90’s and that they’re “coming back,” but they’ve always been in publication. I think a lot of people just forgot about them. The zines that are coming out today are really well put-together, they’re really well-thought out, and they’re coming out on a range of topics that weren’t covered before."
—Matt Carman, Co-founder, Brooklyn Zine Fest. 
(via Why make a zine? Ask the tablers of Brooklyn Zine Fest | Brokelyn)

"A lot of people think that zines are relics from the 90’s and that they’re “coming back,” but they’ve always been in publication. I think a lot of people just forgot about them. The zines that are coming out today are really well put-together, they’re really well-thought out, and they’re coming out on a range of topics that weren’t covered before."

—Matt Carman, Co-founder, Brooklyn Zine Fest.

(via Why make a zine? Ask the tablers of Brooklyn Zine Fest | Brokelyn)

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