Zine librarian Matthew Murray was featured as one of the co-organizers of this year’s Zine Pavilion on episode 26 of the HiJinx podcast, produced by the Howard County Public Library (Maryland). The podcast was recorded entirely at the American Library Association conference in DC in June, and Matthew talks about zines and zine culture, discusses the differences between zines and blogs, and shares his thoughts on the value of the zine community. Matthew is featured from minute 2:35 through 10:18; take a listen!
Headed to the American Library Association conference in Washington DC? Please plan on joining us at the Zine Pavilion! Find us at booth 2947 on the exhibit hall floor. Check out our extensive list of events here. We’ll have over 30 zinesters from the DC area and beyond: find zinester profiles at the Zine Pavilion Tumblr and keep up with our shenanigans at the @ZinePavilion Twitter account!
The Zine Pavilion will be back at the ALA (American Library Association) annual conference June 23-26th! This year the conference is in Chicago at McCormick Place convention center. If you’re a librarian attending ALA, please stop by the exhibit hall booth 1838 to say hello, browse our zines, and talk about getting zines into your library!
Our hours are the same as the exhibit hall:
Friday June 23, 5:30 pm – 7 pm
Saturday June 24, 9 am – 5 pm
Sunday June 25, 9 am – 5 pm
Monday June 26, 9 am – 2 pm
And we’ve got lots of events planned (UPDATED LIST as of June 11):
The Zine Pavilion will be held this June 23-26 at McCormick Place in Chicago during the American Library Association (ALA) annual conference. We’re still looking for tablers, so if you’re a Chicago-area zinester please consider joining us—you’ll get a free table and registration to the library conference! For more information, check out the Zine Pavilion page and the sign up form.