We are still here!!!

Written By: Papercut Zine Library Published: Feb 4th, 2013

We apologize for the minor panic last week. For those who have not heard, Lorem Ipsum, the bookstore that Papercut lives in, is facing some serious financial trouble. Their landlord has extended the time they have to pay their back-rent, however, we are not quite sure what the future holds for the library or this store. Both are incredible resources, and now true staples of Inman Square. We will keep everybody updated as soon as we know more. Until then, please assume Papercut will contnue to be open during our regular hours (Friday-Monday, 2-7pm).

Thank you!

More info on the situation in the Phoenix Blog (Click here)

New! Shop @Storenvy

Written By: Papercut Zine Library Published: Jan 11th, 2013


Here’s one more way to support Papercut zine Library: By buying some of our home-made merch online! All of these items are available in our library, but for those of you who are not local we would be happy to ship it out to you.

Check out our buttons, patches, t-shirts and membership packs~all designed and produced by local artists and/or Papercut librarians!

[Zine Reading] Motor City Kitty on 1/23!

Written By: Papercut Zine Library Published: Jan 9th, 2013

“Brianna Dearest is hitting the road for her first zine tour in celebration of the release of the 20th issue of her zine, “Motor City Kitty.” A perzine with a feminist slant, “Motor City Kitty” has been in publication since 2004.

Issue 20 focuses on Brianna working towards bettering her life in a variety of ways- from getting off the internet to getting relatively sober to traveling extensively.”

Brianna will be reading from her zine. If you are interested in reading, as well, please email us at papercut(at)riseup.net

RSVP Here!

No collective meeting on New Year’s eve

Written By: drawmedy Published: Dec 31st, 2012

Hi all – there will be no collective meeting tonight (12/31/12).  Happy New Year!

(Image from Eric Arcia of Monkey Wrench Tattoo via http://icecoldzine.blogspot.com)

Papercut Opens Early on Sunday for a Bake Sale!

Written By: Papercut Zine Library Published: Dec 19th, 2012

This Sunday, come by the library between noon and 7 for a very special bake sale!

This would be a great stop in between your last minute holiday shopping, or simply a reason to leave the house on a lazy Sunday ;)

Free coffee for folks with yearly membership cards, and perhaps some other DEALS for new members…

http:// www.papercutzinelibrary.com/
papercut@riseup.net /// 617-871-ZINE

RSVP here!

Mail Art Zine Release and Maker Meetup

Written By: drawmedy Published: Dec 2nd, 2012

This December we’ll be celebrating the release of a new mail art zine by PZL friend Marissa Falco, and creating some radical postal creations of our own.

Originally conceived as a means for teaching young mail-art makers about the rules of the post office, the Parcel Ghost quickly took on an afterlife of his own. In the Parcel Ghost’s Guide to Post, the friendly spirit (who used to work for the post office when he was alive) shares his knowledge about mail practices and particulars, and tells some stories about his adventures and mail he’s sent and received.

Check out the new zine and join us for a mail art meetup — we will have inspiration, resources, and supplies on hand.  Here are some resources to get you thinking about mail art.

P.S.  Here’s the Facebook event.

Sara Marcus Reading this Friday, 11/23!

Written By: Papercut Zine Library Published: Nov 20th, 2012

As part of the GIRLS ROCK CAMP ALLIANCE 50 SHOWS/50 STATES drive this November, GIRLS ROCK CAMPAIGN BOSTON is delighted to have SARA MARCUS, author of “Girls to the Front” for a GRCB reading/fundraiser event!

Friday, Nov. 23rd 4-6 p.m.
Lorem Ipsum Books/Papercut Zine Library
1299 Cambridge St., Cambridge Mass

Suggested Donation: $12

SARA MARCUS has written about music, books, and politics for numerous publications, including Bookforum, The San Francisco Chronicle, the Los Angeles Review of Books, Artforum.com, Slate, Salon, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Time Out New York, The Forward, and Heeb magazine, where she was politics editor for five years. Her poetry has appeared in Death, Encyclopedia, EOAGH, Tantalum, and The Art of Touring. She’s taught at girls’ rock camps in Portland and New York, and played drums and keyboards “in a long string of relatively short-lived bands, and I continue to instigate communal, de-skilled music making whenever possible.” Website:http://www.girlstothefront.com/ Tumblr: http://saramarcus.tumblr.com/

If you are unable to attend, please consider donating to: http://www.girlsrockcampalliance.org/

To learn more about Girls Rock Camp Boston: http://girlsrockboston.org/

Papercut will be open with a number of our favorite Riot Grrrl and related zines on display to browse during the event, so be sure to check us out while you are there! We will also have a few copies of the zines made by Girls Rock Campers in 2010 and 2011 during Papercut’s workshops.

(Facebook event here)

New Membership Cards Are IN! Renew Today.

Written By: Papercut Zine Library Published: Nov 12th, 2012

Thanks so much to Brian Connolly, who does the Nothing Mattress comic, for designing the new cards :)

November Zine Making Meetup: Harvest Time!

Written By: Papercut Zine Library Published: Oct 30th, 2012

Friday, November 16th 6:00 – 8:00 pm.  Time for another monthly zine meet up!  This fall we’ve collected lots of awesome recipes at local farmer’s markets – we’re going to put together a great zine but we want to give you a chance to put in your two lima beans first. Bring your recipes, food stories, harvest vibes, etc… we’ll have all the usual zine making stuff on hand. See you then!

RSVP to the facebook event here.

Closed today!

Written By: Papercut Zine Library Published: Oct 29th, 2012

Due to hurricane Sandy, Lorem Ipsum and Papercut will both be closed today! Sorry for the inconvenience, see ya’ll Friday for our regular hours.

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