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This is a group for all Australian zinemakers and lovers.
Latest Activity: Nov 12
Started by Aspire. Last reply by Aspire May 26, 2013.
Started by Staples. Last reply by Staples May 12, 2013.
Started by Staples May 12, 2013.
I wish I lived closer. :)
Do anyone know if Aunty Mabel's is still going? I've sent an email, but no reply so far...
The first City of Sydney Zine Fair will be held at Waterloo Library (770 Elizabeth Street Waterloo) Sunday November 23, 11am to 2pm. Sadly there are no tables left, but feel free to come and zine bomb or just help out our beloved zine friends. We'd love to see you all there.
There IS Kunstler in Wynn Lane - big wooden box in a valley back alley - that sells independent publications with large print runs. I guess you'd call them zines as they're independently produced and funded by individuals, but a lot of them have a group of professionals backing them.http://www.kunstler.com.au/
There isn't a one-stop place for zines in Brisbane atm. You can read them at the State Library and Visible Inc, but their collections are very limited and you'd have to track one down yourself if you want your own copy to refer to.Still new to the zine thing though, and would love to be corrected.
So there's the recently opened 'A Zine Thing' distro in Frankston area, Sticky in Melbourne, Aunty Mabel's Zine Distro in WA... Surely I'm missing some. Perhaps heaps.
For Nutella world domination, yes.
D: And one of those just opened up! Everything is falling into place...
I've been seeing those 1L tubs of Nutella... like, where do you even get those!?
I like the sound of the first - sounds like poetry for the masses. Google does well for Elizabeth Tan.FYI - never read the dietary information on the back of the Nutella jar!https://www.tumblr.com/tagged/photocopy-press The third looks like an interesting i-novel. They're popular in Japan, and I think the Western world will learn to appreciate it more through the rest of this decade. If you haven't, you should take a week off school/work/minecraft to read Ruth Ozeki's 'For the Time Being' because it's just amazing.
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