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Bird's Nest Zine Library is a not-for-profit anarchist zine lending library. Our collection is currently at nearly 700 zines, most of which are political, personal, and music zines. We’re focusing on increasing community awareness, recruiting volunteers and adding more zines to our inventory, particularly local and regional zines. We opened June 26, 2010 and are completely run by volunteers. We are committed to providing zines and zine making resources to our community at no cost.
 
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We have tabled at the Empyrean's Lilac Fair on August 28, 2010 and have presented at the Zine Librarian's Conference in Portland, Oregon. We held our first free zine making workshop in July 2010 and look forward to holding more community zine making and storytelling classes. Bird's Nest Zine Library is open 2-6 pm every Thursday and 1-5 pm every Friday on the third floor of the Community Building at 35 W Main in downtown Spokane, Washington. We are also open by appointment.
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== Bird's Nest Zine Library ==
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Have any sweet zines you want to share? Donations of zines are always welcome and appreciated. Contact us at birdsnestzinelibrary@gmail.com or visit us on Facebook.
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'''Bird's Nest Zine Library''' is a not-for-profit anarchist zine lending library. Our collection includes [[zines]], [[comics]], [[chapbooks]] and some [[indie press]][[magazines]]. Currently our catalogue contains nearly 700 publications, most of which are political, music and [[perzines]]. We’re focusing on increasing community awareness, recruiting volunteers and adding more zines to our inventory, particularly local and regional zines. Bird's Nest Zine Library functions as a collective and is completely run by volunteers. We are committed to providing zines and zine making resources to our community at no cost.
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== Events and Projects ==
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We held our first no-cost community zine making workshop in July 2010 and look forward to holding more community zine making and storytelling classes. We presented at the [Zine Librarian's Conference]in Portland, Oregon on August 30, 2010, and table regularly at community events.
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== History ==
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Bird's Nest Zine Library opened June 26, 2010 and originally consisted of the combined zine collections of Allynn Carpenter and Lindsae Williams.
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== Browsing ==
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We are located on the third floor of the Community Building at 35 W Main in downtown Spokane, Washington. We are open for lending 2-6 pm every Thursday and 1-5 pm every Friday, or by appointment.Have any sweet zines you want to share? Donations of zines are always welcome and appreciated.  
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== External Links ==
[http://www.facebook.com/pages/Spokane-WA/Birds-Nest-Zine-Library/115673858475725?ref=ts]
[http://www.facebook.com/pages/Spokane-WA/Birds-Nest-Zine-Library/115673858475725?ref=ts]
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Email: birdsnestzinelibrary@gmail.com for information
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Revision as of 23:44, 2 September 2010

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Bird's Nest Zine Library

Bird's Nest Zine Library is a not-for-profit anarchist zine lending library. Our collection includes zines, comics, chapbooks and some indie pressmagazines. Currently our catalogue contains nearly 700 publications, most of which are political, music and perzines. We’re focusing on increasing community awareness, recruiting volunteers and adding more zines to our inventory, particularly local and regional zines. Bird's Nest Zine Library functions as a collective and is completely run by volunteers. We are committed to providing zines and zine making resources to our community at no cost.

Events and Projects

We held our first no-cost community zine making workshop in July 2010 and look forward to holding more community zine making and storytelling classes. We presented at the [Zine Librarian's Conference]in Portland, Oregon on August 30, 2010, and table regularly at community events.


History

Bird's Nest Zine Library opened June 26, 2010 and originally consisted of the combined zine collections of Allynn Carpenter and Lindsae Williams.


Browsing

We are located on the third floor of the Community Building at 35 W Main in downtown Spokane, Washington. We are open for lending 2-6 pm every Thursday and 1-5 pm every Friday, or by appointment.Have any sweet zines you want to share? Donations of zines are always welcome and appreciated.


External Links

[1] Email: birdsnestzinelibrary@gmail.com for information

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