Hello, zine friends! Wanderer and I are back from the great state of Victoria where we tabled at the one and only Festival of the Photocopier in Melbourne.
Here’s a video of the great zines I picked up with plenty of chatter to go along with them.
*Alex Wrekk – https://www.instagram.com/alexwrekk/
*Portland Buttonworks – https://portlandbuttonworks.com/
*Stolen Sharpie Revolution – http://www.stolensharpierevolution.org/
(All zines mentioned in this section can be found on the Portland Buttonworks site if they are still in stock)
*Wolfram – https://www.instagram.com/queercontent/
*Queer Content – https://queercontent.press/
*Queer Content 4 Review – https://www.seagreenzines.com/zine-review-queer-content-4-an-essay-on-w-h-audens-another-time/
*Queer Content 5 Review – https://www.seagreenzines.com/zine-review-queercontent-5-sadvertising-an-attempt-at-healing/
*Concrete Queers – https://concretequeers.com/
*The Back Room – https://www.facebook.com/backroomcarlton
*Safety House Guide Pozible – https://www.pozible.com/project/the-safety-house-guide-2019
*Ania & Shamini – ?
*Dory Bean – https://www.instagram.com/dory.bean/
*Ellie – ?
*J.E.M. Hast – https://www.jemhast.com/
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Murray Bridge, SA 5253
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I spent nearly the entire day yesterday sewing zines, zine friends. I really, really need to get a thimble…
Hell, dear and wonderful zine friends. I hope this post finds you doing well and enjoying life at the moment.
Things have been incredibly busy here in the zine cave as I prepare for Festival of the Photocopier. There’s nothing like a zine event to make me realise how much time it takes to hand sew your zine binding. I do so love how it turns out, though, so just keep sewing…
As you may already know, I’ll be travelling by car, and so there has been a massive stack of non-zine-related things to take care of before the trip as well. Part of that has been arranging for the car to be tuned up to make it a safe journey and to make sure we have enough petrol money to get us there and back.
Some of that has already been taken care of thanks to the amazing generosity of friends and strangers alike. I’m incredibly grateful to know such amazing people. Thanks to them, we’re nearly to the goal for getting over to Festival of the Photocopier!
If you have been considering donating to my Go Fund Me, now is go time. 🙂 GoFundMe does take a little time to go from the platform to the bank account, and it would be absolutely brilliant to have one less worry as the time draws ever closer.
As always, thank you for your time. I’ll be back tomorrow with your regularly scheduled zine review.
Until next time!