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Zines in libraries : selecting, purchasing, and processing

Author: Lauren DeVoe; Sara Duff
Publisher: Chicago : ALA Editions, 2022.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Their homegrown and esoteric aesthetic make zines important cultural and historical objects. Including them in library collections is a perfect way to amplify underrepresented voices. But the road from acquisition to cataloging these underground, self-published, and often fragile items can be difficult. This resource smooths the path forward, offering top-to-bottom guidance for collection development and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Zines
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lauren DeVoe; Sara Duff
ISBN: 9780838938041 0838938043
OCLC Number: 1293856782
Notes: "In collaboration with Core Publishing."
Description: x, 163 pages : illustrations, graphiques ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction: Zines in Libraries / Meg Metcalf --
Importance of Acquiring Zines / Joan Jocson-Singh --
Zine Collection Development: Policy, Selection, and Promotion / Katrin Abel --
Genre, Context, and Purpose in Contemporary Latin American Fanzines / Joshua Lupkin --
Zines in School Libraries / Mica Johnson --
Zines Online / Marta Chudolinska --
Zines and Acquisitions: Adventure and Conundrum / Lauren DeVoe --
The Barnard Zine Library: The Controlled and the Wild / Jenna Freedman --
The Zine Union Catalog / Lauren Kehoe --
Circulating Zines / Ziba Pérez --
Zine Preservation / Jeremy Brett --
Our Zine Futures: A Call for Accessible, Inclusive, and Diverse Zine Communities / Ann Matsushima Chiu (A'misa).
Responsibility: edited by Lauren DeVoe and Sara Duff.

Abstract:

"Their homegrown and esoteric aesthetic make zines important cultural and historical objects. Including them in library collections is a perfect way to amplify underrepresented voices. But the road from acquisition to cataloging these underground, self-published, and often fragile items can be difficult. This resource smooths the path forward, offering top-to-bottom guidance for collection development and acquisitions staff, administrators, catalogers, and access services librarians in understanding and processing zines for library collections."--Site Web de l'éditeur.

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