Cup and Pen Small Press Reading Series Continues

Cup and Pen Small Press Reading Series presents the Barnard Zine Library: a One-Two Zine Reading and Zine Making Event Combination

Small press enthusiasts, litterateurs and zine-heads unite! Come to listen actively, converse heartily and drink organic beverages (now including wine and cheese) slowly with the Cup and Pen Small Press Reading Series. Cup and Pen, a twice-monthly small press reading series in the back room of Think Coffee, hopes to create a series in which readers discover new presses to support and introduce emerging writers to publishers. Huzzah!

Leaning into the romantic chill of a new fall, we are more than amped to announce that the Barnard Zine Library will be making literary smores over the flame of our passion! Join us for a one two combination where you’re smacked down with a collection of women zinesters reading from their work and helped up again with a zine making event (materials provided)! No one walks away without an ear full of opinions and a hand sticky with gluestick. Readings from Expertly curated by Zine librarian Jenna Freedman and dutifully emceed by Rebecca Alvarez.

To find out more about the next reading, visit

Think Coffee

248 Mercer Street
(between 3rd and 4th Streets)
New York, NY
(212) 228-6226

open till midnight, everyday
we open at 7am M-F
8:30am weekends

Think Coffee also rents 300 sweet square feet of recently renovated cafe basement to groups of 25 at $15/hr in the daytime and $20/hr in the evening and on weekends; perfect for round tables of tomorrow’s thinkers today!

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