Welcome to the IPRC in Portland, OR

Monday:  12noon – 10pm
Tue/Wed/Thu:  4pm – 10pm
Friday:  12noon – 10pm
Saturday:  12noon – 6pm
Sunday:  12noon – 5pm ( youth only )
Sunday:  5pm – 10pm ( all ages )

About Hours: If there is no one around by 9pm on weeknights, the volunteer staff is free to leave, so be sure to arrive by 9pm. There should be no problem getting in, as the front door is equipped with a buzzer system for post-business hours.

1001 SE Division St
Portland, Oregon
97202 USA

(503) 827-0249  |  info@iprc.org

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From Stella with Love

from_stella

Our first year comic’s certificate program anthology can be yours for just $5! Order now!

IPRC Audiozine Vol. Two

during bygone eras, it was impossible to attend readings by nine of the Portland zine universe’s most massive satellites in a single evening. . . in the intimacy of your own sitting room. . . with only you in the audience. you used to have to use up most of your personal resources, …

Check out Oregon History Comics!

I can’t believe we stapled, folded and boxed up Stumptown-ready all 200 copies of the first Oregon History Comic in two hours this week at the IPRC! I think the box of a dozen cupcakes helped. And the long arm staplers.
Oregon History Comics is a project involving a dozen IPRC regulars, including myself, perfect-presser BT …

Awesome New Murals at the IPRC!

After months of work, IPRC volunteer and membership coordinator (and excellent artist) Lori D. finally unveiled her new murals for the IPRC’s perfect binding room today.
“They’re the biggest paintings I’ve ever made,” says Lori, who hauled the two works to the center wrapped in three layers of garbage bags to keep off the rain.
The not-so-glamorous …

Better Biz

I made a business card on the IPRC letterpress using these found playing cards and printing my contact info on them.  These are a huge success when I hand them out.  People always like them.  Also I developed and maintain a website through knowledge gained in an IPRC “create a FREE website” workshop. I love …

Zine Review: Radical Mycology

We have much to learn from mushrooms, says the just-released zine, Radical Mycology.  Authored by the self-identified Spore Liberation Front, the primer states in its “call to sporulate:”
The complex life of mushrooms provides profound and novel examples of networking between different species and environs not exhibited by most other life forms.  …

All Things Ordinary

Made at the IPRC by Derek Neuland
Derek says:
“This is a personal zine about the last month i spent in Buffalo, NY (where i have lived all 27 years of my life) before i moved to Portland, OR (where i’ve been living since April 2009). It mostly consists of reflections on my time in Buffalo, thoughts …

Pacific Northwest Scooter Zine

Check out the current issue of Bumpstart, made by IPRC Member Karen Giezyng!  You can get your very own copy HERE.

The "office" is now a "cabin"

Since the IPRC has colonized the new room across the hall, Justin and A.M. get to have a spacious office of their very own. It’s better for their sanity and their paperwork but more importantly, it means we got to redecorate!
Thanks to some artfully repurposed wooden boards, a creative little nook and the beloved …

AAAA! Our Printer Turned into a Yeti!

Behold! The horror!
So fuzzy! So friendly!
I guess this means we have to think of a new name for it. What’s a good name for a Yeti who loves the taste of toner and text?
Here is the Yeti-fication in action:
caught!

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