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A short(er) list of what we were reading this week:

Long-ago zinester Adee Robinson gets excited about zines all over again after attending a talk by former Bikini Kill front woman and avid zinester, Kathleen Hanna.

The third annual Graphic Medicine conference is coming to the University of Toronto this summer, all about the representation of treatment and medicine in comics. In the meantime, you can read the conference’s new blog here. Or, heeey, you could also pick up the latest issue of Broken Pencil and read editor Lindsay Gibb’s feature on mental health in zines.

And the Barnard Zine Library in New York is keeping the Occupy Wall Street movement going, asking for submissions to its OWS-themed zine.

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