Do you want to share your story, but are not sure how to do it? 

Join us for a presentation by nationally recognized creator of bilingual zines, Yeiry Guevara. In addition to reviewing what zines are and how to make them, Yeiry will share with you her personal experience creating bilingual zines (Spanish / English) as an expression of her intersecting and multiple identities.

After her presentation, you will have an opportunity to create a zine of your own.


Wednesday, April 10, 2024


6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.


McCready Event Space, Jean Student Center

What are Zines?

A zine, short for fanzine or magazine, is a self-published work of original or appropriated texts or images. Zines are created to enable people, often from marginalized communities and without access to mainstream publishing systems, to share their stories. Zines empower individuals and communities to help shape the public narrative and foster self-representation to challenge biases, make visible silenced voices/stories/narratives, and promote equity and inclusion.

Learn more about zines at Geisel Library.

Program funded by the Diversity & Inclusion Innovation Fund. 

Sponsored by Geisel Library and Goffstown Public Library