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Started by Graham Rimmer Jul 30, 2014.
Just wondering if anyone here is going to/is aware of Slutwalk UK? A march against rape culture and victim blaming, which will be taking place in Birmingham in late April or early May.
If you want the details there's a facebook group:
And tumblr group:
I'm running a night at the Macbeth in London on Wednesday night, and am looking for zines and distro's for our zine table! If you'd like to come along (it'll be a nice zine-friendly social event with Djs, cakes and a mixtape exchange) then you don't need to ask, just turn up with your goods and add them to our table! We'll also be launching the third issue of Shebang Zine, so please come and say hi, even if you don't currently have any zines to offer.
More on the facebook - http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=155450757846724
Hey UK zinesters!
I'm helping to organise a Zine Fair in Oxford on Saturday 9th April, and thought maybe some of you guys might be interested?
It should be pretty cool - there's gonna be mixtape and zine making workshops, DJs & bands (good ones!), plus..yknow, zines...
The facebook page for it is here, and that has more info: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=189270527779053 - or you can contact me here or email ellisjonesATgmail.com
And yeah, we still have some stalls left, so if you're interested then get in touch!
Sorry to trouble you!
Not Lonely #5
A6 (quarter) sized, 40 pages, pretty text-heavy
The latest issue of my perzine focuses on the history of my relationship with the internet (including my first experiences of using it in a small-town library, its role in facilitating my partner and I getting together & why I no longer use livejournal or facebook); and my diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder (including a breakdown of its definition, my own experience of its symptoms and a reflection on its validity - or otherwise - as a diagnosis). There are also handwritten intro and outros, a "guess the lyrics" quiz and some yummy winter soup recipes (suitable for vegans). It's partly typewritten, partly handwritten and was made cut and paste style.
Please visit this post on my blog for information on how to get a copy.
There's a little feature about marching stars distro on page 38 of DIVA magazine this month! I hope I did justice to the zine community!
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