Talking Points: What is a Zine?

A collection of imagery and sources designed to introduce children to Zines.

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What is a Zine?

Zines are inexpensive or free way of making a self published publication. A focus on community is what makes a zine different to a comic or other types of publications. 

Find your message and get creative!

At 00.55 there is an explitive shown on screen. You may want to stop the video before this point.

Questions to Ask Children

What kind of issues would you make a zine about?

What change would you like to see within your local community? Think about shared spaces, environment, local services…

What would you like to celebrate within your local community?

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