Registrations for WZF 2023 have closed. For more on stallholding and how to join the waitlist, head over to the Stallholder Info page.
The market will open to the public with 'accessibility hour', which runs from 11am - 12pm. This is a chance for any visitors who, for whatever reason, can't attend when our markets are crowded. We'll have no music and try to maintain a low-stimulation environment.
The Community Table is a free stall where one of our volunteers will sell other people's zines on their behalf. Generally this is for people who can't, or don't want to, sell their zines themselves.
Zinemakers can submit their zines to sell on this stall.You'll need to get copies of your zines to us and tell us how much you'd like to sell them for. You can find more details on how it works on the Community Table Registration form.
We're doing a colouring contest as part of WZF 2023!
Jewelia Howard has designed a colouring page inspired by the official WZF poster artwork. We'll have copies of the colouring page for you to colour in during the weekend, OR you download it here, print it at home and fill it out yourself. You can enter as often as you like.
We'll judge the colouring contest along with the Best of the Fest, and make an announcement of who's won at the Wellington Zinefest Afterparty the following weekend. The winner gets some cool merch.
By popular demand, we’re bringing back the Trading Post for Zinefest Weekend!
The trading post is an un-personned stall where you can trade zines you own with those on the table. It’s free to trade and there’s no rules about how many you give or take. If you’ve got old zines that you don’t want any more, bring them to the market to trade. Zines for trading can be your own creations, or they can be other peoples zines - anything goes!
Saturday October 7
Isobel Joy Te Aho-White
Fancy Ladies etc
Solomon and Florence
Nadine Anne Hura
Luna and the Wolfgang
Kim Can Draw
Handmade by Katrina
Kate Ann Morris