Multnomah County Library Podcasts (zinesters talking)

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Becky Morton takes you way back to The Oregon Trail, her zine containing excerpts from the journal of Frances Henderson, who traveled from Missouri to Oregon on the Oregon Trail in 1846, illustrated with images from the educational computer game "The Oregon Trail."

Artist, activist and filmmaker Marc Moscato showcases WPA artworks in Portland in Art for the Millions, an audio CD and 28-page guided tour of local public works projects of the Works Progress Administration, a federally funded program that provided relief to millions of idle workers during the height of the Great Depression.

Target audience: Adult

Date of event: October 6, 2009

Direct download: 20091006_Zinesters_Talking_Moscato__Morton.mp3
Category:Zinesters Talking -- posted at: 3:16pm PST

Historic Zinesters Talking - Craphound Zine and Reading Frenzy Bookstore

Sean Tejaratchi, creator of the zine Craphound, an internationally known zine of clip art, and Chloe Eudaly, founder of Reading Frenzy, an independent press emporium in Portland,Oregon, discuss the creative scene in Portland during the 1990s that lead to the creation of their zine and bookstore.

You can also watch and listen to a streaming slidecast of this presentation. When you get to the link, scroll down to get to the presentation labeled "Zinesters Talking."

Target Audience: Adult

Date of Event: October 24, 2009

Direct download: 20091024_MCLCraphoundintroutrCC.mp3
Category:Zinesters Talking -- posted at: 1:37pm PST

To get you excited for the fifth annual Zinesters Talking series of events in October and November 2009, Christopher Cuttone, library assistant at North Portland Library and member of the Zine Library Group, reads zine reviews and teasers.

Direct download: 20090225_Christophers_zine_reviews.mp3
Category:Zinesters Talking -- posted at: 12:15pm PST

Zine readings by Shawn Granton, Editor of The Zinesters Guide to Portland and the author of Temporary Relocation Project and Ten -foot-rule and Erica Schreiner, author of The Way Things Used to Be and Argyle. Adult program Zinesters Talking, recorded live at Central Library August 26, 2008.

Direct download: 20080826_ZinestersTalkingCentral.mp3
Category:Zinesters Talking -- posted at: 9:49am PST

Carolyn Main is a freelance cartoonist from Portland, Oregon, and a featured speaker of Stumptown Comics Fest 2009. She specializes in the cute, gross and bawdy world of animation, comics and graphic novels. Here she discusses her work, webcomics and the differences between publishing on the web vs. paper. Adult programming recorded live at Central Library April 16, 2009.
Direct download: 20090416_MCLCarolynMainZT.mp3
Category:Zinesters Talking -- posted at: 12:38pm PST

Mini-comics artist Dunja Jankovic reads from her work Department of Art, accompanying herself on keyboards, followed by Hellen Jo reading from Jin and Jam #1 and other works, ending with questions and answers for both artists from the audience. Both are Sparkplug Comics artists, and featured speakers of Stumptown Comics Fest 2009. Adult programming recorded live at Central Library, April 17, 2009.

Direct download: 20090417_MCLHJoDJankovicZT.mp3
Category:Zinesters Talking -- posted at: 10:11am PST

Hear stories of transportation, both public and private, from zinesters Kate Lopresti of Constant Rider and Karen Giezyng of Bumpstart. Adult program Zinesters Talking, recorded live at Central Library September 16, 2008.
Direct download: 20080916_MCL_ZinestersTalkingTransport.mp3
Category:Zinesters Talking -- posted at: 11:07am PST