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Ama-zine Day

PENELOPE BASS
2-6 pm., Saturday February 09 | Free to attend, $5 to exhibit.
Independent Publishing Resource Center
1001 SE Division St., Suite 2
 
Collaborating with the IPRC, the Portland Zine Symposium will host a small press and zine fest. Local zinesters will present their work, one-page valen-zines will be crafted for that special someone, and Gabby Holden, Liz Moyer, Emily Kendal Frey and others will read on the topic of love (and anti-love).

Where: Independent Publishing Resource Center
Phone: 827-0249
Address: 1001 SE Division St., Suite 2

 
 
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