I spent last week at PyCon NA (in Portland this year — how convenient!). I made a zine to hand out explaining the Python community in Portland, along with suggesting some events for out-of-towners.
Here’s a PDF you can download if you want to check it out.
Even better, I wasn’t the only zine maker at PyCon!
Jessica Garson organized a zine open space where I met a few other media makers. Jessica also gave a lightning talk about teaching with zines (her slides are here).
Roxanne Johnson presented during the poster session (Data People: Learn Python) and brought a zine she made called “Build Your Skills in Data Analysis.”
Audrey Eschright was working on The Recompiler while at PyCon and announced the next call for contributors, covering hardware.