Free Hetherington Zine Fair

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'''The Free Hetherington Zine Fair''' is a [[zine]], small press and independent publishing fair to be held on 2nd June 2011 (3pm-7pm) in Glasgow, Scotland. It is part of the ongoing student occupation of a university building.
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'''The Free Hetherington Zine Fair''' was a [[zine]], small press and independent publishing fair held on 2nd June 2011 (3pm-7pm) in Glasgow, Scotland. It was part of an ongoing student occupation of a university building.  
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According to the Free Hetherington's blog, "the upstairs space at the Free Hetherington will host the work of zinesters and indie publishers from Glasgow and beyond. Loads of zine genres will be on display and available to buy or swap: anarchist, feminist, queer, craft, culture-jamming, anti-consumerist, student activist, [[punk]], environmentalist and more. We’re expecting tables from ''[[The new escapologist|New Escapologist]]'', ''Kleinzeit'' and the celebrated ''Lock Up Your Daughters''. The event aims to get zinesters of all stripes together, to get some lovely radical ink onto Glaswegian fingertips, and to contribute to the occupation. Come along and see a nice cross-secion of the local zine-o-sphere and indie publishing experiments."
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The event was organised and curated by [[Robert Wringham]] of [[The new escapologist|New Escapologist]] magazine.
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The event is being organised by [[Robert Wringham]] of [[The new escapologist|New Escapologist]] magazine.
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Prior to the event, the following description was posted to the Free Hetherington's blog: "the upstairs space at the Free Hetherington will host the work of zinesters and indie publishers from Glasgow and beyond. Loads of zine genres will be on display and available to buy or swap: anarchist, feminist, queer, craft, culture-jamming, anti-consumerist, student activist, [[punk]], environmentalist and more. We’re expecting tables from ''New Escapologist'', ''Kleinzeit'' and the celebrated ''Lock Up Your Daughters''. The event aims to get zinesters of all stripes together, to get some lovely radical ink onto Glaswegian fingertips, and to contribute to the occupation. Come along and see a nice cross-secion of the local zine-o-sphere and indie publishing experiments."
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==Confirmed dealers==
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==List of dealers==
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* Aye-Aye Books (Indie Bookshop and Zine Stockist)
* Lock Up Your Daughters (Queer)
* Lock Up Your Daughters (Queer)
* New Escapologist (Humour/Political)
* New Escapologist (Humour/Political)
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* Paul Jon Milne (Artist/Zinester)
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* Paul Jon Milne (Artist/[[Zinester]])
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* Radical Independent Book Fair Project
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* Glasgow Women's Library
* Kleinzeit (Humour/Poetry)
* Kleinzeit (Humour/Poetry)
* Gutter (New Talent)
* Gutter (New Talent)
* Edward Ross (Zinester)
* Edward Ross (Zinester)
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* Stephanie Alexander and Helen Wright (Zinesters)
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* Team Girl Comic (18-strong Superzinester power squad)
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* Glasgow Writer's Federation
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* Glasgow Writer's Federation (New Talent)
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* Variant magazine (free pop-cultural newspaper)
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* Helen Wright (Zinester)
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* Marceline Smith (Zinester and [[Distro]])
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* Graham Fulton (Poetry)
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* Beard (Music magazine)
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* The Scotch Egg (Title TBC, Politics/Humour)
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* SCREE (Handmade/Literary)
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* Penny Sharp (Artist/Zinester)
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* Anything Anymore Anywhere (Poetry and Prose)
==External Links==
==External Links==

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A selection of posters used to promote the fair.
A selection of posters used to promote the fair.
An image used to promote the fair online.
An image used to promote the fair online.

The Free Hetherington Zine Fair was a zine, small press and independent publishing fair held on 2nd June 2011 (3pm-7pm) in Glasgow, Scotland. It was part of an ongoing student occupation of a university building.

The event was organised and curated by Robert Wringham of New Escapologist magazine.

Prior to the event, the following description was posted to the Free Hetherington's blog: "the upstairs space at the Free Hetherington will host the work of zinesters and indie publishers from Glasgow and beyond. Loads of zine genres will be on display and available to buy or swap: anarchist, feminist, queer, craft, culture-jamming, anti-consumerist, student activist, punk, environmentalist and more. We’re expecting tables from New Escapologist, Kleinzeit and the celebrated Lock Up Your Daughters. The event aims to get zinesters of all stripes together, to get some lovely radical ink onto Glaswegian fingertips, and to contribute to the occupation. Come along and see a nice cross-secion of the local zine-o-sphere and indie publishing experiments."

List of dealers

  • Aye-Aye Books (Indie Bookshop and Zine Stockist)
  • Lock Up Your Daughters (Queer)
  • New Escapologist (Humour/Political)
  • Paul Jon Milne (Artist/Zinester)
  • Radical Independent Book Fair Project
  • Glasgow Women's Library
  • Kleinzeit (Humour/Poetry)
  • Gutter (New Talent)
  • Edward Ross (Zinester)
  • Team Girl Comic (18-strong Superzinester power squad)
  • Glasgow Writer's Federation (New Talent)
  • Variant magazine (free pop-cultural newspaper)
  • Helen Wright (Zinester)
  • Marceline Smith (Zinester and Distro)
  • Graham Fulton (Poetry)
  • Beard (Music magazine)
  • The Scotch Egg (Title TBC, Politics/Humour)
  • SCREE (Handmade/Literary)
  • Penny Sharp (Artist/Zinester)
  • Anything Anymore Anywhere (Poetry and Prose)

External Links

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