Anchor Archive Regional Zine Project

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'''The Anchor Archive Regional Zine Project''' was founded by [[Sonia Edworthy]] and [[Sarah Evans]] in July of 2005 in [[Halifax, Nova Scotia]] (Canada). The zine project and library houses a zine collection, hosts zine readings, workshops, zine shows, movies and other events. It's open to the public Sundays from 2-5pm and Tuesdays from 6-9pm.
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'''The Anchor Archive Regional Zine Project''' was founded by [[Sonia Edworthy]] and [[Sarah Evans]] in July of 2005 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.  
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The [[zine]] project and library houses a zine collection, hosts zine readings, workshops, zine shows, movies and other events. It's part of a larger space called the Roberts Street Social Centre, which includes a screen printing studio, the People's Photocopier, and an artist/zine-maker residency program. The Centre is open to the public Sundays from 2-5pm and Tuesdays from 6-9pm.
==External links==
==External links==
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*[http://www.myspace.com/anchorarchive Zine Project's MySpace page]
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* [http://www.robertsstreet.org/zine-library Anchor Archive Official Site]
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The Anchor Archive Regional Zine Project was founded by Sonia Edworthy and Sarah Evans in July of 2005 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

The zine project and library houses a zine collection, hosts zine readings, workshops, zine shows, movies and other events. It's part of a larger space called the Roberts Street Social Centre, which includes a screen printing studio, the People's Photocopier, and an artist/zine-maker residency program. The Centre is open to the public Sundays from 2-5pm and Tuesdays from 6-9pm.

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