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Zines to the Future! CALENDAR--OPEN THROUGH DECEMBER and A SPECTACULAR upcoming VIRTUAL PANEL on "FUTURE FICTIONS" Scroll down for dates and details

AS of OCT 29--OUR EXHIBIT IS OPEN! THE MOTHERSHIP HAS LANDED! CHECK OUT OUR HISTORY OF ZINES!

Submissions of zines to the Zines to the Future! Project were due October 10 to be considered for the Exhibit. You can still get in the archive before Dec. 3rd!

Zines to the Future! programming includes two spectacular panels devoted to our theme, "Imagining Diverse Futures," The first on October 29 is now archived with our Exhibit, and the second is coming December 3rd. Keep scrolling....

DECEMBER 3rd! Zines to the Future! is excited to co-sponsor a panel with African-American Studies as part of the Innovative Arts Futures Conference, presented by the Institute for Black Intellectual Innovation

The December 3rd, 6pm panel and readings on "Future Fictions" will include Nisi Shawl, author of spectacular debut Afrofuturist/Steampunk novel, Everfair. Another panelist to be announced soon! Panel moderated by Dr. Natalie Graham of the Zines to the Future! Project

For our opening OCTOBER 29, we hosted "Latinx Science Fiction: Genealogies, Foundations, Futures," at 1pm, just before the opening...

Panelists included Ernest Hogan, author of Cortez on Jupiter, the first Latinx sf genre novel ever...

...Dr. Cathryn Merla-Watson, Co-editor of Altermundos: Latin@ Speculative Literature, Film and Popular Culture, the first critical anthology ever devoted to the study of Latinx SF...

...and Dr. Matthew Goodwin, Editor of Latinx Rising, the first ever collection of SF stories by U.S. Latinxs (soon to be followed by a Young Adult anthology! Tune in for details!). Panel moderated by Dr. David Sandner of the Zines to the Future! Project.

The video recording is archived with out Exhibit. Check it out!

The Zines to the Future! Project was thrilled to take part in the OC Zine Fest's August Pre-fest Programming on August 21st, just before this year's virtual fest on August 22nd. We debuted a virtual peek into CSUF's Special Collections holdings of rare sf zines, previewed our October Exhibit, and put out a Call for Zine submissions for OC Zinesters!

We hope you saw our video!