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ZINES: WHAT THEY ARE, AND WHY THE VERMILLION PUBLIC LIBRARY SHOULD HAVE A ZINE S
$?, 7 ½” x 5 ½”, color copied, 8 pgs.

By Lauren Trout
Thursday, July 21 2011


Phil from Vermillion, South Dakota has just by far made the best and most creative request for zine donations I have ever seen. He sent Razorcake a letter explaining how, with the support of his community, he convinced his local library to let him set up a zine section. Included with the letter is the zine that he distributed to people in his town to get them in on his plan. The title is self-explanatory. Phil put a lot of time and effort into making this zine library happen. Now that it’s up and running, he is still putting work into asking for donations in a creative way instead of just posting requests on the internet. If you have any zines that you can donate, I definitely recommend sending them to this guy, because it seems like he is passionate enough about zines to make sure that they will be well cared for and read. –Phil, 326 Center St., Vermillion, SD 57069, vermillest@gmail.com

 






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