Saturday, 28 January 2012

Katie Haegele and Helen Entwisle

This is a 2-in-1 zine, both covers are front covers. one side tells stories of found things the other tells stories of lost things. The zine has 32 sides and is A6 in size. They are constructed by hand, each zine is sewn together with curved corners.
Words are by Katie Haegele and  drawings and screen printed cover by Helen Entwisle (Memo)

SZL in Leeds

Thanks to everyone at the Leeds Print Festival for a great day and to all those who contributed to the library.

S J Bradley

S J Bradley is a writer of fiction & organiser of the DIY writers' social night Fictions of Every Kind, Leeds.

Contribution: A Stranger Came

Friday, 27 January 2012

Salford Zine Library @ Leeds Print Festival

Salford ZIne Library will be at the Leeds Print Festival tomorrow come along and say hi. 

Print Fair
Saturday 28th January 2012, 11am to 6pm.
Exhibitors who work in a diverse range of print media will be at the Print Fair talking about and selling works.

Free entry

Susan Mortimer

Artist Susan Mortimer  graduated from Camberwell College of the Arts, University of London gaining an MA in Visual Arts  and is currently a member of the Free Birds Studios, Durham.

Saturday, 21 January 2012

Lottie Pencheon

Lottie Pencheon is an illustrator and print maker from Macclesfield.

d PlsUR of d Txt.

d PlsUR of d Txt is a conceptual work where a work by Roland Barthes called The Pleasure of the Text has been translated into text messaging language. This process was undertaken with the aid of a peer-to peer online database called In this online space textese users share their latest linguistic creations, something that in turn has been reciprocated at the close of the translation here, allowing a new generation of textese to enter open source.
“There are many different types of intelligence and this book aims to confuse anyone who holds on to our dusty, outdated academic assumptions. This book is an attempt at an Esperanto equivalent for our differing intelligences."
Nick Davis

Contribution: d PlsUR of d Txt.

Childhood Fears

Angelina Ioannides-Beer is an student studying Illustration at Westminster

Contribution: Childhood Fears

Financially Hard Times

The Financially Hard Times is a monthly zine that will be released in various bars around East London. Look out for them as they are limited to just a 100.

Thursday, 12 January 2012

Andrea Joseph

How to draw

Lights Go Out Zine

Lights Go Out was born in early 2008.  With the basic ideas of putting together a fun fanzine project which had some cool punk bands involved and would be a useful resource for the punk scene.

Monday, 2 January 2012

John Andrews

John Andrews is a Music Photographer based in Preston and Doncaster.

No Pop/No Managers

Happy New Year!

Lots in the pipeline for the new year with the library and film going on tour. Would be great to visit you so please get in contact:

I'm always looking for new contributions to the library. Please send work to:

M40 7WT 

Many thanks to everyone who has been part of this project. Look forward to seeing you in the new year.