The Brooklyn Zine Fest 2014 is organized by Matt Carman and Kseniya Yarosh (seen here at BZF 2013 in a photo by Steve McFarland), editors of the collaborative film zine I Love Bad Movies and other publications. Kseniya is also a co-host of femme-centric film podcast Bonnie & Maude. Matt is the editor of game show zine Come on Down.
Continued thanks to our 2013 day-of volunteers: Sarah Carbone, Samara Skolnik, Maud Pryor, Frances Mayo, Emily Fenster.
The Brooklyn Zine Fest is a space for creative, independent, talented voices from New York City and beyond to connect with an engaged audience. Our exhibitors create all kinds of zines to showcase their writing, illustration, photography, interviews, cooking, and any & everything else they’d like to share with the world.
The Brooklyn Zine Fest 2014 will be held at the Brooklyn Historical Society, the venerable museum/library/cultural institution at 128 Pierrepont Street in Brooklyn Heights. Celebrating its 150th anniversary, the BHS recently underwent a renovation to its main events area, modernizing the space while retaining the building’s original architectural details.
BZF events will be held throughout the Historical Society, with exhibitors in several rooms and panel talks in the Othmer Library on the second floor. We will team up with the BHS for other events before and after the zine fest, and look forward to a long and rewarding partnership. For more Brooklyn-based programming and information about the BHS, see brooklynhistory.org.
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