Booklyn’s mission is to promote artists’ books as art and research material and to assist artists and organizations in documenting, exhibiting, and distributing their artwork and archives. We specifically assist artists and organizations who are committed to environmental and social justice.

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Booklyn x Public Art Fund: Bodily Book Forms

Sep. 19, 2023

We’re collaborating with our friends at Public Art Fund to bring you Bodily Book Forms, an outdoor workshop in Sunset Park!

Come make zines with us at the Pride Center!

Sep. 01, 2023

As a part of the Brooklyn Book Festival we’re holding a workshop on zine-making for personal and community-based storytelling in partnership with Brooklyn Community Pride Center.

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Download our FREE Education Manual

The Booklyn Education Manual is a combination of instruction sheets, lesson plans, and resources to introduce you to bookmaking or to complement the bookmaking you already do. Educators, we designed this for you! It can easily be photocopied for use in the classroom.

This book is part of the public domain (anti-copyrighted or copy-left). We encourage you to use and share this manual with the spirit of generosity and solidarity in which it was produced.

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Get zines and stay connected with the Booklyn Zine Club

You want to stay connected to the latest in creative publishing. Good news—there’s Booklyn Zine Club!

Here’s how it works:

Choose the membership that’s right for you. Select the subjects that interest you. We’ll hand-select the zines that will surprise and delight, along with a respectable amount of bonuses.

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Booklyn provides a range of services to educational & cultural institutions, as well as to individual collectors & artists.

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