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Booklyn, Inc. is all about making bookmaking, zine-making, and self-publishing accessible to historically marginalized communities, delivered from a non-specialist (“DIY”) approach. We support communities hit hard by the lasting impacts of the worldwide pandemic. Young people, immigrants, and the LGBTQIA+ community, among others.
2024 Zine Camps are live!
2024 is just around the corner and we have some great activities lined up during school breaks in NYC!
MLK Day: January 15, 2024
Mid-winter Break: Feb. 19-23, 2024
Eid-Al-Feitr: April 10, 2024
Spring Break: April 22-26, 2024
Discount code in this post!Tags: camps, education, programming, zines
How cool, making zines after school
We couldn’t help ourselves. Zine Camp was way too much fun, so we added Zines After School!community, education, kids, programming, zines
Spring Break Zine Camp
Our first week of Zine Camp was a hit, so we’re doing it again April 10-14, 2023.
Calling all NYC kids ages 7-10 who like to get crafty.Tags: community, education, programming, zines
Hello? Its another new episode of Booklyn Calling
José and Jess from Mobile Print Power join Booklyn Calling to give insight into their newly released box set and talk about what the collective does and how they operate.
Booklyn Calling…Is Sofia there?
Sofia Szamosi joins Marshall on the podcast to talk about how creating zines can be a gateway to making painted books and graphic novels.comics, feminisms, girl, social media, teenager, zines
A new podcast episode: sTo Len
Brooklyn-based artist and self-proclaimed “hydro-feminist”, sTo Len, joins us to talk about his life so far as an artist, spanning his teenage years to today.
You can also play all episodes right on our website here.
A perfect listen for Labor Day weekend
Jeanette Arellano and Joe Brusky from Art Build Workers (Milwaukee, WI) join Monica and Marshall to talk about the fight for public education, how everyone in a community can show up to help, and how art can amplify the voice of unions and social justice organizing.community, education, labor, public schools, schools, social justice, unions
to support teaching artists
& free community education
Our goal: to build a world of self-determined narratives, where hands-on bookmaking skills are used to build communities and understand the world around us.
Can you help us do that by buying a t-shirt today?
Heck yes, another episode.
Mary Tremonte and V Adams join us to talk about the Queer Ecology Hanky Project – a program and exhibition with a new book that explores the intersection of sexuality, queer theory, biology, and the environment.