Behind the creative process of zine making

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Behind the creative process of zine making

Derek Macario's workspace and final copies of his zine

Derek Macario's workspace and final copies of his zine "No Longer Eventual," that will debut at San Francisco Zine Fest, Sunday, September 6. (James Chan / Xpress)

Derek Macario's workspace and final copies of his zine "No Longer Eventual," that will debut at San Francisco Zine Fest, Sunday, September 6. (James Chan / Xpress)

Derek Macario's workspace and final copies of his zine "No Longer Eventual," that will debut at San Francisco Zine Fest, Sunday, September 6. (James Chan / Xpress)

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SF State graduate Derek Macario shares the creative process behind his most recent zine, “No Longer Eventual.” A zine is a hand made small book, usually consisting of photographs, sketches, painting or other art mediums. Macario is part of a zine collective called Local Punch and will be part of this year SF Zine Fest at Golden Gate Park. Read the full story: Creative minds converge at SF Zine fest