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* [http://www.hugohouse.org/programs/zine.html Zine Archive and Publishing Project]
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* [http://www.hugohouse.org/diy DIY Academy! Catalogue]
* [http://www.hugohouse.org/diy DIY Academy! Catalogue]
* E-mail: zines@hugohouse.org
* E-mail: zines@hugohouse.org for information about open hours or other questions.
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Revision as of 15:19, 18 January 2007

DIY Academy logo.

The Zine Archive & Publishing Project exists to validate independent publications (extant and defunct, past and present), to promote the perpetuation of the art form, and to champion freedom of speech and creative cultural evolution. ZAPP collects zines, comics, chapbooks, pamphlets, journals, gazettes, city papers, mail art, monographs, short anthologies, personal transmissions, and other not-so-easily classified independent publications for preservation and display. ZAPP is a program of the Richard Hugo House, located at 1634 11th Ave in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle.


DIY Academy is a series of low cost workshops which encourage people to learn from other people within their communities, make connections, and most of all claim back to power of being able to do shit themselves. July 2006 was the second annual DIY Academy.


ZAPP is not a lending library, however, their collection may be browsed during open hours.

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