What are zines? Zines are independently published works that deal with different topics (politics, poetry, life reflections, cooking - anything goes). The library has a collection of zines at the Central Library in the magazine collection. What’s great about our collection is that you can sign out the zines on a three week loan, and they are in the catalogue, so you can browse them from home on your computer.
Infiltration: The Zine About Going Places You’re Not Supposed to Go
This zine follows the authors as they explore different places they aren’t supposed to be in like closed businesses and abandoned subway stations.
Rev. Richard J. Mackin’s Book of Letters
How would Starbucks react if someone sent them a letter in Haiku? This zinester wrote several major corporations humorous letters, and documented their responses. Laugh out loud funny.
My Cat’s More Punk Than Yours
Read the story of Maxwell the cat’s life, and get some good websites and tips on taking care of your cat.
A poetry zine edited by two Saskatchewan residents. Adrienne Gruber, one of the editors, came to Regina Public Library in 2004 and talked to teens about writing and creating their own zines.