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FlipHTML5, the leading company in publishing software development, revealed today the inspiration behind digital zine at its learning center.
The Middle Country Public Library offered "The Zine Project" as a five-week workshop for teens in seventh through twelfth grades for two hours each session in July 2018.
It wants to raise awareness of how isolation can affect people profoundly, as well as providing some tools to cope and a common voice to relate to for those who read the zine.
Similarly, librarian Kelly Wooten describes a zine as:
Start by folding and cutting the zine. Elementary-aged kids can be disoriented by how to do this, so if you cannot staff this table yourself to demonstrate in person, you may also want to set up a laptop or tablet with a YouTube video showing how to fold and cut the books.
Because in many ways, this is what Assad's zine is all about.
In the end, my mother and I re-focused the life history project to be about a poem she wrote about her migration experience, an aspect of the project I have written about elsewhere, (7) and I suggested we use the poem to create a zine.
This year's OC Zine Fest featured nearly 100 vendors from across Southern California, some of whom were debuting new works in their expansive zine collection.
The literary arts of the contact zone are actualized in the composition of the zine MOON ROOT, AN EXPLORATION OF ASIAN WOMYN'S BODIES, an anthology of poetry and essays written by women, gender queer and trans people of Asian Pacific Islander (API) descent living diaspora.
This is evidenced through the popularity of literary and poetry zines at national Zinefests throughout the country and abroad.