The Hamilton Feminist Zine Fair, organized by SACHA, celebrates and creates spaces for marginalized groups to have discussions about feminism through do-it-yourself publishing.
We’re aiming to create an accessible event that gives a platform to those often under-represented in zine culture.
HFZF will have people tabling, selling and chatting about their zines, and a six hour zine challenge.
HFZF is FREE to attend. There will be zines for sale so if you do plan to go home with some new treats it’s a good idea to bring some money.
BOOK A TABLE!
Cost! A half table costs ten dollars. Book your table here – https://hfzf2018.brownpapertickets.com/
Free tables available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a free table OR if you are unable to book online through Brown Paper Tickets.
WHAT'S A ZINE?
A zine is a self-published book, magazine, or comic. Anyone can make a zine - using low-cost methods like collage and photocopying - to create a space for their words, ideas, images, and more. Not having to rely on traditional publishing allows for non-mainstream voices to be heard!
Image by Amy Egerdeen and Veda, age three.
May is Sexual Violence Prevention Month.
- May 12, 2018 at 10am – 1pm
Hamilton Public Library, Central Library - 4th Floor
55 York Blvd
Hamilton, ON L8R 3K1
Google map and directions
- 3 people are going