Zine librarians share faves from their collections

The Washington Post‘s The Lily recently published a 22-page zine in celebration of its first anniversary, and Lily digital editor Ashley Nguyen talked to a number of zine librarians and enthusiasts to talk about what zines mean to them and why libraries collect zines. Zine librarians consulted include:

  • Malana Krongelb (Brown University)
  • Meg Metcalf (Library of Congress)
  • Shannon Keller (New York Public Library)
  • Kelly Wooten (Duke University)
  • Jenna Freedman (Barnard College)
  • Hana Zittel (Denver Zine Library, Denver Public Library)
  • Jeremy Brett (Texas A&M University)

Take a moment to check out the article and the great list of some of the contributors’ favorite zines from their libraries’ collections!

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