The Denver Zine Library has come a long way since it began in a shed on Archer Street in 2003. Making its way through six different spaces and tons of readings and events, the library has accumulated a collection of over 15,000 zines, which are available to the public for free checkout. “A lot of these types of projects come and go, and we've definitely had our ebbs and flows, but it's amazing to look back ten years later and say this is something that we started in 2003,” says co-founder Kelly Shortandqueer. “Having access to zines provides access to voices that aren't necessarily heard in the... More >>>