quaranzine: a lockdown-themed zine

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quaranzine: a 24-hour (ish) zine

A 40-page A6 horizontal zine* created in 24 consecutive hours as part of the Swansea Zine Fest 24-Hour Zine Challenge. ‘quaranzine’ is a perzine about trying to stay creative and sane throughout the pandemic, with photocopied diary entries, ephemera, lists, and collages. This zine has a limited print run of only 40 issues, and each copy is individually hand-numbered with a hand-written thank-you note.

*A zine (pronounced “zeen,” as in “magazine”) is a self-published, small circulation, non-commercial booklet or magazine, usually produced by one person or a few individuals, usually photocopied in black and white.

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  1. Phoebe Kitcher

    A brilliantly put together zine from Cath, who’s work I love to read.

    Reading about other people’s lockdown experiences is still so weird to me. The isolating nature of lockdown means I still find myself surprised to realise most of the world was doing it at the same time as me.

    This zine gave me goosebumps – I was struck by Cath’s willingness to be open with the reader about her vulnerable feelings, and some of the feelings I had in common with her in terms of Corona – is this going to be over very soon, or not for years?

    A beautiful piece of work.

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