Hello again! We’ve just added a few new zines to the site as promised.
Love letters to monsters #3/Alabama grrrl #9, Ladybeard (back in stock), Ladybeard #2: Transhairstorical, Bangor
While I’m at it, apologies to anyone who trekked out to Earlwood on the weekend hoping to catch us at the DIY Market. We had to cancel at the last minute due to the aforementioned crisis.
Now on a more positive note Little Boy (see below) has been working hard putting together a list of his favourite zines for 2010. You can check it out here.
Once again a BIG thank you to everyone who wrote us letters or emails throughout the year, we really appreciate the effort you guys have made in getting in contact. And it’s been really great meeting folks through correspondance or zine fairs. Hopefully we’ll see some of you again in 2011. And lastly thank you to everyone whose zines we stock. We love you. See you in the new year!
Take Care will be tabling at next Saturday’s NGA zine fair (Canberra), organised by Sticky to coincide with the exhibition Space Invaders, a street art exhibition that also includes a bunch of zines.
We be taking down quite a few new zines that we haven’t had a chance to put online yet. It is exciting, believe us.
The lovely Emma Markala has very kindly offered to take a few issues of Village Ghosts, Tomorrow’s Machine Today and Nearly Healthy to TINA with her next weekend, so we will have a small presence at the zine fair after all. She’ll also have copies of her brand new zine Tower of Journal – make sure you check it out, because it’s very fine indeed.
As promised, today we’ve done a lot of work on the catalogue, and site in general.
Most exciting: we now do international orders! If you’re ordering from outside Australia it’s now really easy, just refer to the postage charts when you’ve chosen what zines you want.
The following zines have just been added to the catalogue:
Fergus #23/Love Like Pop #7 split; Fergus #20; Disposable Camera (Slippery Dip); Village Ghosts; Come Back (home to me); Robot Etiquette; Ampersand After Ampersand #3; Tomorrow’s Machine Today #1
And the following have (finally) had their descriptions added:
Department of Forgiving; Chiaroscuro #4; Disposable Camera (Bunny); I Am My Cat’s Keeper; Nearly Healthy
Descriptions still to come:
I am a Camera #14
We’ve also updated the submissions page. Please check it out before you send us zine submissions. Thanks!
Thanks everyone who came along to the Manly Library mini zine fair last Saturday! We like libraries, and librarians who like zines, and everyone else.
Unfortunately we’ve had to cancel our table at This Is Not Art this year, due to uni and work commitments. Bummer. However, that leaves us a lot of time to prepare for the National Gallery of Australia (Canberra) zine fair that Sticky are organising to coincide with an exhibition (featuring zines) called Space Invaders in late October. More details as the date approaches.
We’ve set aside this coming Monday (13/09/10) to add the rapidly expanding pile of new zines and descriptions (see below) to the catalogue. You should look forward to that date, because we’ve been getting some good stuff. Until then,
xE & T
Astronauts are not Excitable, Nearly Healthy, latest Disposable Camera, latest I am a Camera, Chiaroscuro #4 (plus awesome fabric edition), I am my Cat’s Keeper, The department of Forgiving. Descriptions still to come!
Come Back (home to me), latest Ampersand after Ampersand, Village Ghosts, Tomorrow’s Machine Today, Fergus/Love Like Pop split, Robot Etiquette