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A guide to zines, DIY/homemade publications which allow folks to tell their own stories or share information. Topics include mental health, disability, queerness, race and racism, sexual assault, political topics, recipes, and much more.

Elon Zine Co-conspirators

The magic of zines is their ability to connect people and foster creative communities and collaboration. Here are some Elon faculty who have engaged zines in their classes, both through getting to know the collections, and adding zine practice to their classes. Previous friends of Zines who we miss: 

  • Billy Dee, Art
  • Katie King, Psychology/WGSS
  • Joy Meyer, Art
  • Devon "Vonnie" Smith, Art


Boaz Avraham-Katz, World Languages and Cultures, Jewish Studies
Kevin Bourque, English
Margaret Chapman, English and WGSS
Lauren Guilmette, Philosophy, WGSS
Megan Hernandez-Greene Megan Hernandez-Greene, Elon '20 and Global Education Center
Maria Mejia Maria Mejia, Philosophy 
Leyla Savloff Leyla Savloff, Anthropology, WGSS