MICHIGAN CITY — This April, Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA) and its partners invite the community to once again explore the world of “zines.” These miniature magazines, which are typically self-published and distributed in small batches, have seen an increase in popularity in recent years. More than 325 people attended Zine Fest in 2019.

“Our annual Zine Fest is an opportunity for emerging and established zinesters, poets and self-published authors to display and sell their works to a large, enthusiastic audience,” said Hannah Hammond-Hagman, LCA’s education director. “This year’s fest will once again include over 30 vendors from across the region as well as Chicago, Indianapolis and beyond offering zines, comics, poetry, chapbooks, stickers, buttons and other self-published materials.”

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