Paper Cuts: A Zine on Zinemaking in Aotearoa & Asia

Art

08.11.2019

Paper Cuts: A Zine on Zinemaking in Aotearoa & Asia

Forever the beloved babies of subcultures from science-fiction to punk, zines are the ultimate DIY publications. All you need to make one is paper and something to draw with. 

As a nod to the annual Wellington Zinefest and zines in general, Te-Whanganui-a-Tara born writer and publisher Nina Mingya Powles tells the story of how she got into zinemaking through the medium itself.

 

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