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Listen Up: take changes, make mistakes, get messy
This zince includes a foreword, table of contents, personal essays related to LIS topics, illustrations, cartoons, advice columns, critical essays, lists, bookbinding and archival work information, colour photographs, jokes, and horoscopes.

Favourite Books
This zine contains illustrations, poems, quotes, clippings from textbooks, and lists. This zine is bound using coloured yarn.

how I became a librarian

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This zine is about the creator's experiences and contains information for people interested in library work.


a zine about podcasts & audio books i've enjoyed

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The creator of the zine shares and comments on several audio books and podcasts they enjoyed.


Reserve and renew: the LIS mental health zine
"A compilation zine with submissions from people who work/volunteer in libraries or archives (or are working towards a library degree) exploring the intersections of mental health, mental illness, and library/archives work."
- From the creators

The Marrow Thieves

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This Zine was created as part of London Public Library's 2019 One Book One London program, "Storytelling through Zines", facilitated by Jenna Rose Sands, a Cree Ojibwe artist who lives in London,


International Sex Workers Day
This zine was created by Masters of Library and Information Science students. It contains poetry, critical essays, non-fiction articles, and illustrations.

Favourite Books
This zine contains quotes, illustrations, comics, and lists.
This zine is bound with coloured yarn.

mit zine: an alternative student publication
This zine contains opinion pieces, poetry, a comic, and essays related to the topic of activism.

The Preface Restored: The First Issue
This zine looks at what it is like to be an MLIS student and topics that relate to the MLIS student body. It contains anecdotes, satire, cartoons, and lists.