St. Patrick's Zine Library

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The '''St. Patrick's Zine Library''' is open every 17th of March from 10 p.m. to 19 a.m (regular opening hours). It is a "traveling" zine library. There is no permanent residence for the collection and the library pops up on different locations "to save the kids from the forces of evil", as stated on a flyer / invitation card.
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The '''St. Patrick's Zine Library''' is open every 17th of March from 10:00 a.m. to 06:00 p.m. (regular opening hours). It is a "traveling" zine library. There is no permanent residence for the collection and the library pops up on different locations "to save the kids from the forces of evil", as stated on a flyer / invitation card.
The library was founded by an anonymous person and is run by volunteers.
The library was founded by an anonymous person and is run by volunteers.
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Among other zines and small press publications the library hosts also a "motley crew" of zines produced by young people, sometimes related to workshops, held by artists, writers and/or zinisters at schools or other facilities or as a private event. These publications are predominantly in German or English language.
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List of these Zines (among others): [[Fucking Different - irgendwie cool!]] (2011), Freche Früchte (2010), Super Kauke #1 & #2 (2010), [[100 Morde Wald]] (2011), Our World (2011), [[Politik hat Burger Pflicht]] (2012), [[Die Jugend wird unruhig]] #1 (youth are getting restless) (2013), Der verhexte Raum (2013), Black Fleck (2013) etc.
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Revision as of 19:44, 23 January 2013

The St. Patrick's Zine Library is open every 17th of March from 10:00 a.m. to 06:00 p.m. (regular opening hours). It is a "traveling" zine library. There is no permanent residence for the collection and the library pops up on different locations "to save the kids from the forces of evil", as stated on a flyer / invitation card.

The library was founded by an anonymous person and is run by volunteers.



Among other zines and small press publications the library hosts also a "motley crew" of zines produced by young people, sometimes related to workshops, held by artists, writers and/or zinisters at schools or other facilities or as a private event. These publications are predominantly in German or English language.

List of these Zines (among others): Fucking Different - irgendwie cool! (2011), Freche Früchte (2010), Super Kauke #1 & #2 (2010), 100 Morde Wald (2011), Our World (2011), Politik hat Burger Pflicht (2012), Die Jugend wird unruhig #1 (youth are getting restless) (2013), Der verhexte Raum (2013), Black Fleck (2013) etc.

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