Bring your friends and make some new ones, all while exploring the creative world of queer self-publishing.

Together you will learn about the history of zines in queer and other radical movements and participate in fun and easy bookmaking activities. Go home with your own personal mini-zine and help contribute to a group zine in just three hours! No experience or supplies are needed for this workshop, but feel free to bring your poetry, sketchbooks, and creative ideas with you.

Please bring something for you to eat and drink during our breaks from zine-making.

Note that spaces are limited to 40 participants for this event, so please here to reserve your spot.

Presented by Kim Snider (she/her)

Kim Snider (she/her) is a teacher and obsessive zine-collector from Toronto, Canada, where she teaches drama, creative writing, and gender studies. She recently moved to Tāmaki Makaurau to begin her PhD, which focuses on the role of the arts in supporting queer and trans youth.

Park for $2 per hour, to a maximum of $10 on evenings and weekends at the Victoria St car park. Find out more.

Last updated: 14 March 2023