Zinefest Committee is Recruiting!

Recruitment FinalAuckland Zinefest is looking for new talent to join its organising committee in 2015. If you are passionate about zines and community events, strong on organisation with plenty of creative and out of the box ideas, then we want you!

Auckland Zinefest is run by volunteers and being a committee member is unpaid. However, you’ll get the chance to fully engage in events management, marketing and promotions, sponsorship and funding, and more!

 

 

If you’re interested and would like to find out more, please email us at akzinefest (at) gmail (dot) com and we’ll be in touch shortly. Please share this with your networks!

Best of the Fest Winners 2014

ANNOUNCING

Best of the Fest

The highest award of the festival. The judges are looking for creativity and innovation alongside considered content and execution

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Fags/Freaks/Rebels/Geeks
Ash Spittal

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Highly Commended

Otherwise worded as the runner-up to the Best of the Fest award. Similarily awarded for creativity, innovation and considered content and execution.
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Miriam Collins

Best Art Zine

Awarded for compositional and artistic skills, execution and conceptual design.

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Health Wealth and Happiness #4 (HWAH)
Tessa Stubbing & Damian Golfinopoulos

 Best Literary Zine

Awarded for literary merit.

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Taumaranui Railway Station
David Merritt

Best Perzine

A difficult category to define, the perzine is a mainstay of zinemaking. The judges were looking for the intimate and the revalatory.

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Solace
Cole Meyers

Best Fanzine

Fanzines aren’t just about music. This zine gives a fresh take on the concept of a fanzine.

The Tiny Zine of Peen
Anna Duckworth

Best ‘Sweet’ Zine

A new category created by our judges on the day.
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Imperfection
Lauren Stewart

 

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Zine Market 2014

Our main event, the Zine Market, was held at a new location – Auckland Old Folks Association Hall! It was snug and cozy, and we managed to fit more stall holders in this year. Not only that, we also had talks running throughout the afternoon to top off the day!

Take a look at the beautiful zines and people below:

As per usual, check out Facebook for more photos!