Just added that stack of new zines we’ve been accumulating since the MCA zine fair. They are:
Underground Fairylands; Well, That Was Weird; Walnuts, Almonds, Nuts; Picture This; Tonight, Everybody in the Streets; How to be Alone #1 and #2; Ella Funt; Bunny Man; Anti-Journey and last but not least Ampersand after Ampersand #4.
EDIT – and Picture This! A Deborah Harry fanzine by Pablo Says! How could I forget that?
Descriptions for all these will be coming soon. Edit – as usual.
Thanks to those folks who’ve come alone to our zine open days. We’ll be organising another round soon, along with another block of screenings for the Dexter Fletcher Feminist Film Club.
Happy International Zine Month!
Tomorrow we’re holding our third open day. Thanks to everyone who’s come along over the past couple of fortnights to check out some zines in our space!
The details for tomorrow’s open day are the same as usual: 12pm – 5pm, at Junior Gazette, Level 1, 91 Railway Pde, Marrickville.
At 5:30 will be the final installment of the first block of screenings for the Dexter Fletcher Feminist Film Club, BORN IN FLAMES.
Hope some of you can stick around for it, it’s gonna be ace. Popcorn and tea provided.
This Sunday (30th June) we’ll be having another open day at our studio, Junior Gazette. Check out two shelves of zines from the Take Care catalogue. No postage, yippee! We’ll be open from 12pm til around 5pm. At 5:30 you’re invited to join us for the second screening of the Dexter Fletcher Feminist Film Club.
Level 1, 91 Railway Pde Marrickville (opposite Sydenham station)
From next weekend we’re going to be having regular open-shop days at our studio space, Junior Gazette, where you can come and buy/browse zines in person!
The dates for the first open days are:
Sunday 16 June, 12 – 5pm
Sunday 30 June, 12 – 5pm
Sunday 14 July, 12 – 5pm
Junior Gazette is located at Level 1, 91 Railway Pde Marrickville (opposite Sydenham station).
At 5:30 on the same days Junior Gazette will be hosting the Dexter Fletcher Feminist Film Club, screening films that deal with gender, sex and patriarchy. So come next Sunday, get some zines then watch Dolly Parton in 9-5, yes!
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Well, we forgot to actually mention that we were going, but thanks to everyone who visited us at the MCA Zine Fair last weekend, to say hello or buy zines or both.
We’ve made a few new zines over the last couple of months and we got a lot of new stuff from people at the MCA, so expect to see the following for sale here soon:
- Ampersand After Ampersand #4 by Amanda
- Picture This by Pablo Says
- How to be Alone #1 and #2 by Bastian Fox Phelan
- Anti-Journey; Bunny Men; Well, That Was Weird; Tonight, Everybody in the Street and Walnuts, Almonds, Nuts by Tamara Lazaroff
- Underground Fairylands by E Davidson
- Tomorrow’s Machine Today #3 by Emma D
- Careers in Retail zines and badges, from enigmatic art collective Dexter Fletcher
BACK IN STOCK:
- I am a Camera #14 (Vanessa Berry)
- Disposable Camera (dandelion/fireworks issue) (Vanessa Berry)
- Digging (Emma D)
- Walk So Differently (Lou, Anwyn, Emma D)
- Description added for Fergus #31
- Cover scans added for If Destroyed Still True #7 and Sex Industry Apologist #2
TAKE CARE PRINT GIVEAWAY:
Some posts ago we mentioned having exciting news which it’s maybe time to reveal: a few months ago we bought a beautiful Adana 8×5″ letterpress. We’ve been working on a few small projects and a couple of weeks ago made this lovely postcard-size print. The text was printed on the Adana by Tim and the picture was drawn and separated into a three layer Gocco print by Emma. The illustration is based on a sketch of Railway Parade with the Marrickville skyline behind it, as viewed from a window at Sydenham station, Sydney. Until the end of May every order over $10 will receive a print for free, after which they’ll be available to buy.
- Sex Industry Apologist #2
- If Destroyed Still True #7
Haven’t added the cover scans or all the info i.e. page counts and weight for OS orders, but people have been asking if we had them so we thought we’d better get em up quick smart!
Also, just a note about the new site. It’s a newer WordPress theme so it looks good on fancy new computers but Emma has just noticed that when you view it on her (older, crappier) computer the framing is different. Ok but different. We’re just concerned that if you have an older and even crappier computer than her you might not be able to see all the menu links on the left hand side. If this is the case please let us know? Email takecarezines(at)gmail.com. Thanks!