Queer Zine Archive Project

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The primary function of QZAP is to provide a free on-line searchable database of the collection with links allowing users to download electronic copies of zines. By providing access to the historical canon of queer zines they hope to make them more accessible to diverse communities and reach wider audiences.
The primary function of QZAP is to provide a free on-line searchable database of the collection with links allowing users to download electronic copies of zines. By providing access to the historical canon of queer zines they hope to make them more accessible to diverse communities and reach wider audiences.
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QZAP is run by [[Milo Miller]] and [[Chris Wilde]].
==External Links==
==External Links==

Revision as of 02:48, 29 April 2009

Queer Zine Archive Project logo.
Queer Zine Archive Project logo.

QZAP, The Queer Zine Archive Project was first launched in November 2003 in an effort to preserve queer zines and make them available to other queers, researchers, historians, punks, and anyone else who has an interest in DIY publishing and underground queer communities.

The mission of the Queer Zine Archive Project (QZAP) is to establish a "living history" archive of past and present queer zines and to encourage current and emerging zine publishers to continue to create. In curating such a unique aspect of culture, they value a collectivist approach that respects the diversity of experiences that fall under the heading "queer."

The primary function of QZAP is to provide a free on-line searchable database of the collection with links allowing users to download electronic copies of zines. By providing access to the historical canon of queer zines they hope to make them more accessible to diverse communities and reach wider audiences.

QZAP is run by Milo Miller and Chris Wilde.

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