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Print is not dead – and literary events such as Singapore Art Book Fair and Queer Zinefest clearly show that people are still willing to shell out for pocket-size magazines and innovative fanzines. It's a way for young creatives to birth ideas or put untold stories on display. Unlike your average bookstore magazine, independent zines centre on underground topics that are usually left untouched by the mainstream. Conveyed through illustrations, photographs, and texts – it's basically Tumblr in book form sans all the gifs. Here are some of Singapore’s freshest titles to add to your bookshelves.