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We want you (and your zines)!

To mark the publication of Fanzines, Teal Triggs, London College of Communication (LCC) and Thames & Hudson are curating a special pop-up reading room in The Well Gallery space at the LCC.
This temporary space will showcase rare publications from the LCC Zine Archive and the author's collection, but we want zine fans and zine makers to get involved too!
We are inviting submissions for the Reading Room as a representation of current publications and future collectibles. This includes independent publications in all formats: zines, newspapers, magazines, handmade or glossy – we want them all! The pop-up room may be temporary, but selected submissions will then go on to live forever as part of the LCC Zine Archive.

A bit about the book

Fanzines is the ultimate book on the subject, full of reproductions of the best fanzines ever created, from the superhero tributes of the 1950s and 60s, to punk fanzines such as Sniffin' Glue, right up the contemporary e-zine scene. Arranged chronologically in six chapters, each with a thorough introduction, Fanzines spans eight decades of counterculture and features many extremely rare publications. The author is avid fanzine collector Teal Triggs, who is Professor of Graphic Design at the University of the Arts London. She has written extensively on the subject including as co-editor of Below Critical Radar: Fanzines and Alternative Comics From 1976 to Now.

How to get involved

The event is scheduled to take place on Monday 20 September 2010.
To submit your publication, please post two copies to the address below by Wednesday 8 September:
Angela Won-Yin Mak
Thames & Hudson
181A High Holborn
London
WC1V 7QX
and email a short bio and a picture of yourselves, your publication and/or your logo plus any contact details (website, facebook etc) which we can then include on any listings that we write up: a.mak@thameshudson.co.uk (emails not to exceed 3MB).
Please note, we will not be able to return any publications that we exhibit. Submission does not guarantee inclusion in the Reading Room.
More news on the event soon. We look forward to seeing you and your publications!

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