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Issues in Zine Cataloging

This guide accompanies Issues in Zine Cataloging, presented at the Zines in Libraries conference by Jenna Freedman in July 2022.

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Here's our collections website, navigate this website for more information on how our zine library got started, basics about zines and resources about zine-making, other zine libraries in the country and online, and more!


Here's a list of zines from our collection with online links!


Here's the zine librarian code of ethics!


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