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To register to attend this conference, merely sign up below. We will try to keep this as low cost as possible, preferably with a voluntary donation.

1.Jenna Freedman, Barnard College Zine Librarian
2.Kelsey Smith, Reference Librarian & Small Zine Collection Starter, Olympia Timberland Library
3.Clinton Watson, SLCPL
4.Jessica Lucas, The Seattle Public Library
5.Milo Miller, QZAP, the Queer Zine Archive Project
6.Shannon Peterson, Youth Services Librarian and Small Teen Zine Collection Creator Kitsap Regional Library
7.Carolyn Weber, UW-Milwaukee librarian-in-training, Marquette Reference Intern
8.Alycia Sellie, Pratt Institute Libraries and former Madison Zine Fest coordinator
9.Emily Grayson, UW MLIS candidate and volunteer at Z.A.P.P. in Seattle
10.Nora Mukaihata, ZAPP/Zine Archive & Publishing Project, Library Manager http://www.hugohouse.org/house/zapp/ & works at Seattle Public Library, General Reference/Qic Info.
11.Danielle Rodeo Warhola – Resume of charm, DIY Academy, Formerly ZAPP.
12.Kelly McElroy, library and archival studies student, University of British Columbia
13.Kathryn Higgins, ZAPP Volunteer and Committee Member
14.Jonathan Horn, ZAPP Intern

1.Lisa Williams, Watkins College of Art, Design & Film
2.Tyler Hauck, MLIS candidate at UW, ZAPP volunteer, former volunteer at the Papercut Zine Library (Cambridge, Mass.), zine maker.
3.Marc Parker, Independent Publishing Resource Center (Portland, OR) Zine Librarian
4.Alex Wrekk, Independent Publishing Resource Center, Portland Zine Symposium (Portland, Oregon USA) Zine Maker and button monkey
5.Heather Davis, Archivist/Librarian
6.Lillian Karabaic, Independent Publishing Resource Center and founder of the late Queen City Zine Library
7.Dan Halligan, zinester/ZineWiki co-admin/UW Libraries manager
8.Abby Bass, zinester, former ZAPP director and librarian, co-founder of SPL’s first zine collection, and Teen Services/Fiction Librarian at Seattle Public Library
9.Cecilia Jezek, UW MLISer & UW Libraries Media Center
10.Meagan Lacy, MLIS student, University of Washington
11.Tiffany Clendenin, King County Libraries and UW MLIS.
12.Betty Marcoux, UW iSchool faculty (Sunday only)
13.Meghan Hall, Library Associate, Timberland Regional Library, Lacey, WA
14.Torie Quinonez, Librarian, zinemaker, hobo
15.Debby Florence, Slumgullion, Zootown Arts Community Center
16.Guest(s) of Debby Florence-perhaps 2 people
17.Jerianne Thompson, Linebaugh Public Library, Zine World, ZineWiki co-admin
18.Christina Hanson, MLIS student, University of British Columbia
19.Elaine Harger, Librarian, Mount Si High School & zinester
20.Alana Kumbier, Librarian, Wellesley College
21.Scott Faulkner, ZAPP volunteer (zine catalog database programmer)
22.Elissa Ball, former ZAPP intern, future library studies student
23.Owen Curtsinger, former ZAPP intern, committee member, hired goon

Proposed schedule

This is, as all future iterations will be, a DRAFT. At unconferences, schedules change all the time.

To explain a bit more, the conference planning committee selected five workshops from those proposed, one for each session. Each day of the conference, the first order of business will be to identify other topics of interest. We can have up to four concurrent sessions at a time. A workshop is no more privileged than a discussion, we just felt that some sessions needed prep or equipment and so wanted to give their facilitators advanced notice.

10 AM to 5 PM
Location: ZAPP/Richard Hugo House
80 person capacity
•cabaret & small room/downstairs (80 people)
•ZAPP/upstairs (7-9 people)
•kitchen/upstairs (8 people)

10:00 -11:00 – introduction/planning for conference

11:00 -11:30 – break and ZAPP tours (10 to 15 min. each, done by ZAPP interns & volunteers)

11: 30 -12:45 – Workshop #1: TRL’s Zine Collection Story: Starting from Scratch and other meetings as necessary – downstairs room
ethics of zine collecting – cabaret
digital collections – ZAPP

12:45 – 2:15 – lunch, perhaps by interest caucuses (e.g. infoshop libraries)

2:15 – 3: 30 PM – Workshop #2: Union catalog sampler/Catalog via Drupal and other meetings as necessary – cabaret
ZAPP tour – open discussion – ZAPP
sustainability – kitchen

3: 30 – 4:00 PM – break

4: 00 – 5:30 PM – ZLZ assemblage and discussions
cataloging catch-all cabaret
open discussion

Saturday Night Zine Reading!
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Cafe Allegro 1408 NE 42nd Street (between University Way and 15th Ave.)

SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 2009
11 – 6 PM
ZAPP/Richard Hugo House
50 person capacity
•cabaret & small room/downstairs (80 people) until 3 pm
•connected classrooms/upstairs (20 people each, or 40 total with door open) WARNING: starting at 4pm the theatre will be in use (below) so we have to keep noise levels down.
•Members’ library/upstairs (15 people) see the previous WARNING
•ZAPP/upstairs (7-9 people)
•kitchen/upstairs (8 people)

11:00 – 11:30 – plan the day

11:30 – 12:45 – Introduction to cataloging for non-librarians First floor, Cabaret

— –Bookbinding, Second Floor classroom

— –DISCUSSION – Advanced cataloging, Upstairs

12:45 – 1:00 – break

1:00 – 2:15 – Zine Anatomy & Zine Preservation (combined) and other meetings as necessary, Member Library

— –Zine Programming, Upstairs classroom

2:15 – 3:30 – lunch, “Meta” discussion, Upstairs

3:30 – 4:45 – Collection Development and Intellectual Freedom, Upstairs

— –Review and Abstract writing, Upstairs

4:45 – 5:00 – break

5:00 – 6:00 – plenary closing session/ wrap-up/ good, bad, ugly/ zine librarians unconference 2?, Cabaret

Zine Librarians zine reading

The zine reading will be held in the upstairs room at Cafe Allegro, 1408 NE 42nd Street (between University Way and 15th Ave), at 7 pm on Saturday, March 14th. Please add your name to this page if you are willing to read from your contribution to Zine Librarian Zine 3, your own zine, or a zine that you love! There will also be limited space for selling stuff- if you’re interested in selling your wares, please sign up here and let us know that you’ll be tabling.

1. Jenna Freedman (Lower East Side Librarian Winter Solstice Shout-Out)
2. Alycia Sellie (Zine Librarian Zine #3)
3. Alex Wrekk (Brainscan, Stolen Sharpie Revolution)
4. Kelsey Smith (Zine Librarian Zine 3)
5. Zach Mandeville- Funwater Awesome zine
6. Jerianne Thompson (Rejected Band Names, How To Be A Good / Bad Library Patron)
7. Mr. Jeffery McNulty of Bloodhag fame