Papercut Zine Library

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Opened in May 2005, the Papercut Zine Library in Cambridge, MA's Harvard Square has become an invaluable resource for zinesters in the Boston area.  It hosts over 6,000 zines, all in circulation, to over 500 members in the area.  They have zines in: politics, perzines, comics, multimedia, zines about zines, cookbooks/food, DIY guides, queer and transgender, feminism, race, class, foreign language, sports/bikes, travel/geography, health/sex, XXX, parenting/education, environment/animals, religion/spirituality, humor, art/film, fiction/poetry, and music.  They are always taking zine donations.
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Opened in May 2005, the '''Papercut Zine Library in Cambridge''', MA's Harvard Square has become an invaluable resource for [[zinester]]s in the Boston area.  It hosts over 6,000 zines, all in circulation, to over 500 members in the area.  They have [[zine]]s in: politics, [[perzine]]s, [[comic]]s, multimedia, zines about zines, cookbooks/food, [[DIY]] guides, queer and transgender, feminism, race, class, foreign language, sports/bikes, travel/geography, health/sex, XXX, parenting/education, environment/animals, religion/spirituality, humor, art/film, fiction/poetry, and music.  They are always taking zine donations.
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==Contact==
The Papercut Zine Library
The Papercut Zine Library
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45 Mt. Auburn St.
45 Mt. Auburn St.
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Cambridge, MA, 02138
Cambridge, MA, 02138
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617-492-2606
617-492-2606
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www.myspace.com/papercutzinelibrary
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papercut@riseup.net
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==External Links==
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* [http://www.myspace.com/papercutzinelibrary Papercut on MySpace]
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* email: papercut@riseup.net

Revision as of 13:02, 10 July 2006

Opened in May 2005, the Papercut Zine Library in Cambridge, MA's Harvard Square has become an invaluable resource for zinesters in the Boston area. It hosts over 6,000 zines, all in circulation, to over 500 members in the area. They have zines in: politics, perzines, comics, multimedia, zines about zines, cookbooks/food, DIY guides, queer and transgender, feminism, race, class, foreign language, sports/bikes, travel/geography, health/sex, XXX, parenting/education, environment/animals, religion/spirituality, humor, art/film, fiction/poetry, and music. They are always taking zine donations.

Contact

The Papercut Zine Library

45 Mt. Auburn St.

Cambridge, MA, 02138

617-492-2606

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