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Read and Distribute episode 10 is ready for your listening pleasure!

This week, Read and Distribute is talking with Liz Mason of the glorious zine oasis that is Quimby’s bookstore. Liz shares the history of Quimby’s, zine trends she has seen come and go, and some reading recommendations. We also have an interview with a librarian and an archivist from Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, who chat with us about the history of Toronto’s infamous Rochdale College. Rad and Distribute can be downloaded and streamed on iTunes, Stitcher, SoundCloud and Mixcloud.

Link Party:
Quimby’s: www.quimbys.com/
Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library: fisher.library.utoronto.ca/
Dan Kelly: www.mrdankelly.com/
Futile Comics: futilecomics.storenvy.com/
Julia Eff: crapandemic.storenvy.com/
Dear Diary ZIne Fest: deardiaryzinefest.tumblr.com/
Art Noose: www.etsy.com/shop/artnoose
Liz Mason Zines: www.quimbys.com/store/liz-mason
Broken Pencil: www.brokenpencil.com
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Contact us: readanddistribute@brokenpencil.com
All Music in this episode is by J.Alpinist: www.jalpinist.com
The episode is hosted and produced by Kim

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