We are incredibly excited to announce that this year’s zinefest will be taking place at The People’s History Museum, Manchester, United Kingdom.

It will be held on Sunday 28th July from 11-4pm

More details about the event including listings, accessibility and volunteering will be added to this website in the coming weeks. In the meantime, general access information for the venue can be found here.

Table applications have now closed. 

All applicants will hear if they have been successful or not on or before 21st May



Northwest Zinefest 2019 is happening!

Northwest Zinefest 2018 is happening!


NWZF18 POSTER FINALAfter a year off, we are back!

This year’s artwork is by artist Lucia Canuto

Sunday 6th May


Partisan Collective, 19 Cheetham Hill Road, Manchester, M4 4FY


More details on the relevant tabs on this website.

Tabling applications are OPEN here is a link to further details about the process 

Workshops will be announced nearer the time.

Over the next two weeks we are taking donations for pay it forward tables, please paypal any donation to salfordzinelibrary@gmail.com and you will help fund tables for marginalised makers to enable accessibility for them. Alternatively you can purchase a SZL badge here and all profits go this fund.

We are seeking catering from a local, vegan supplier so do get in touch if you have any suggestions.

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You can also like our Facebook page for regular updates and say you are attending the event (or having a good think about doing so) there!

Northwest Zinefest 2016 is happening!


This year’s artwork is by Manchester-based artist Saffa Khan

11.30am til 4.30pm on 18th June 2016

at: Islington Mill – Salford!
Check out more specific info on stallholders, workshops and location using the other tabs on the website it’s now all updated for this year.

As we want to keep this event super accessible, it is free entry! … but if you can afford to donate money on the day please consider it, we made a loss last year and we probably will again this year so donations make it easier to keep the zinefest happening.

We will have yummy vegan catering by Sidney Street Cafe (usually based at the wonderful LGBT centre)  and Islington Mill will have people who can sell you coffee/other beverages!

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Also please let us know you are coming (or thinking about it!)on Facebook if you do Facebook. Here is the event! Or if you like you can like our page!