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black zine fair

May 11 @ 11:00 am 6:00 pm

The Black Zine Fair is a celebration of all things Black and independent publishing in New York City that will take place in PHA’s Grand Hall (free and open to the public) on Saturday, May 11. The fair invites Zine makers, educators, collectors, and the zine-curious are invited to gather, trade or sell zines, and exchange knowledge surrounding zine-making, publishing, and do-it-yourself culture.  

Featuring 30-50 exhibitors (full list to be announced on April 12th), programming highlights include 6 in-person and virtual workshops leading up until and during the fair.

The fair is organized by Sojourners for Justice Press (SJP), a micro press that opens its platform to people working experimentally with print based media, publishing short form and ephemeral zines, pamphlets, and booklets that engage do-it-yourself, black feminist, and abolitionist philosophies or visions. SJP was founded by Mariame Kaba and is co-directed by Neta Bomani. Co-sponsors include the Barnard Zine Library, The Free Black Women’s Library, Logic(s) Magazine, Orange Tangent Study, and Powerhouse Arts.