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Marceline Smith

Let's Make Zines! A Guide To Zinemaking

Let's Make Zines! A Guide To Zinemaking

All the information and resources you need to create a zine

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The print zine is currently out of stock until I can afford a reprint (contact me if you want to encourage me!). It's available as a digital download with updated content for 2024 - see below.

  • Printed in the UK on 100% recycled paper
  • A6 (10.5cm x 14.8cm) with 16 pages
  • No plastic packaging
  • Also available to download and print yourself

This guide was originally created as a free handout for a zine workshop and has been expanded with all the information and resources you need to create your first zine including content, layout, printing and self-publishing, pricing and selling.

I've been making zines since I was a teenager so I've got lots of tips and advice to share, plus you get to read about some of the zines I've made over the years.


  • A Little Bit of History
  • Methods of Zinemaking
  • What Do I Write About?
  • Recommended Reading
  • My Life in Zines
  • Printing Your Zine
  • Sell Your Zines
  • Pricing
  • Resources

Digital PDF: A PDF edition can be downloaded from Payhip.


This product is unpackaged to reduce waste.

Print Quality

While I check every product, some minor flaws and small differences are to be expected. This could include the dimensions or number of pages, colour shifts, natural flaws in paper/fabric and/or tiny marks that do not affect important parts of the design (e.g. text/face).

FAQs & Help

Still not sure about something? Check my Frequently Asked Questions or contact me.

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  • Shipping

    I ship orders with Royal Mail twice a week, on Mondays & Fridays. Once shipped, UK orders usually arrive in 1-3 working days and international in 5-14 working days but can be delayed.

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  • Recycling & Environment

    Almost all my packaging and shipping materials can be recycled - or are re-used. Whenever possible I use recycled materials and local manufacturers for my products.

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