For teens, by teens
Submit your work
Submit your work for publication in Blended.
Pick up a release form in the Teen Zone
Submit your favorite healthy recipe to Blended! You may be featured on our Pinterest page!
Lt. Governor, John Sanchez @ the library!
It was an opportunity to let the Lt. Governor know that Blended Zine appreciates the art work on display at the New Mexico Roundhouse!
If you don't have the 11th issue of Blended Zine, pick one up in the Teen Zone! www.blendedzine.com
Making a trip to the New Mexico Roundhouse? Blended Zine art can be viewed in Lt. Governor John Sanchez's office. We are grateful for his support of the youth in New Mexico.
If you are interested in becoming a BLENDED ZINE volunteer, teens meet every Wednesday @ 4:30pm in the Library Lab next to the Teen Zone @ the library.
Blended in Arts Perspective
Blended in Hitchiker
Article in the New Mexico State Library e-newsletter
Interview with past editor
Blended Zine's former editor, Erica Brown, was interviewed for Pat Mora's blog!
Blended Zine staff has a meeting every Wednesday at 4:30 pm in the Teen Zone at the Farmington Public Library. Blended also has representation at the MTAC meetings, the first Thursday of the month @ 7pm
Help to organize and critique submissions. Bring new ideas! Share your graphic art style and compile the upcoming issue. Bring enthusiasm to help us promote Blended and continue its success!
Blended Mission Statement
Blended Zine was created to be an artistic outlet for teens in San Juan County. Blended strives to be a positive influence and helps teens stay connected and involved with the community. Along with the Farmington Public Library, Blended enlightens, enriches, and changes lives by providing innovative, optimistic and constructive influences for adolescents.
The Blended staff strives to be a good example for teens and to represent the Farmington Public Library and the City in a fair, appropriate, and professional manner.
How to start a zine in your community.