Booklyn Calling is back with Josh MacPhee
Start your week off by taking a listen to the new episode. This time around Jan and Marshall are hosting, and they’re talking to Josh MacPhee about his social movement work in a space that doesn’t quite fit under art or design.
Come make zines with us at the Pride Center!
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.
Get zines in the mail with a special deal
Booklyn Zine Club is offering a 10% discount to sign up – with some extra fun added in. Join from now until August 16th to get in on the excitement.
Booklyn Calling is here for the weekend
Shana Agid is our tenth guest, and Jan Descartes is co-hosting! Come listen for insight into Agid’s amazing work.
We updated the abridged version of our Education Manual!
It’s new & improved 🌟📙🌟
You can download The Abridged Education Book and print out your own copy. Want to learn the basics of bookmaking? This is the place to start.
Pick up, it’s Booklyn Calling
Fred Rinne is here to tell tales of his bookmaking, music making, and more.
Hey, we did a thing—Zine Camp!
During mid-winter recess—February 20-24, 2023—schools are out, so we are offering a week of hands-on zine and bookmaking activities for kids aged 7-10.
Space is limited!
LGBTQ+ Immigrants: Create Your Own Artists’ Book￼
We partnered with Queer Detainee Empowerment Project (QDEP) and Brooklyn Community Pride Center to bring together an exciting series of artists’ book workshops in May and June!
Reading a book educates. Making a book is an education.
Back in 2004—when Booklyn was just five years old—we launched the first edition of the Booklyn Education Manual. Our new 2021 version looks like this! It was re-edited by Booklyn staff and re-designed by Partner & Partners. Download it now and share freely!Tags: book, education, instructions, lessons, manual