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Letterpress, Activism, Zines, & Community-Based Collaboration – ASL Interpreted

March 1, 2022 @ EST 12:00 am - March 1, 2023 @ EST 12:00 am


Four panels curated by Sejal Shah
In 2020, Sejal Shah was awarded a grant from the Disability Visibility project to support creating an accessible virtual literary event. Working with Writers & Books, she has designed a day of four panels. Her grant underwrites Writing Illness and Beyond the Black and White Binary, offered admission-free to the public.

Letterpress, Activism, Zines, & Community-Based Collaboration – ASL Interpreted
The bound volume is not the only, or even the appropriate, platform for inviting others into your creative process and achieving unexpected results. Extrapolating on the tradition of the samizdat, today’s artists, writers, and scholars are subverting received forms, working collectively, and jumpstarting provocative conversations with ephemeral productions that are free or inexpensive to produce and acquire.

Panelists: Kate MarinerStephen J. West.
Moderator: Purvi Shah
Members $6 | General Public $8


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March 1, 2022 @ EST 12:00 am
March 1 @ EST 12:00 am
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