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Emma Jane Falconer
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  • Brighton
  • United Kingdom
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Has anyone tried the recipes in my zine?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by TheUnrememberedOne/MorbidiaDrekk May 2, 2012.

MBTI of zinesters?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Will Jan 14, 2012.

Coloured paper
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Emma Jane Falconer Apr 14, 2010.


Things, stuff, and other things.

About me

I live in London, come from Medway, have lived in a few other places too.

If you are a UK person, send me an SAE big enough to fit a 1/4 of a sheet of A4 + a 1st class stamp, and I will send you a zine. As well as zines, I like to trade for viewmaster reels, particularly of South America.

I like detective shows, latin and Sonic Youth. I am far too lazy to fill these kind of boxes out very thoroughly.

I make assorted zines including Fanzine Ynfytyn, Imaginary Uncles, Being Editors, Pobble Eh Come? and other assorted bits of time wasting nonsense.

Fanzine Ynfytyn has whatever I feel like putting in it, mainly articles about strange stuff that's happened to me/music festivals, short stories about the private lives of inanimate objects, top 5s of various things (I have High Fidelity disease), black and white photos and vegetarian recipes.

Pobble Eh Come is a tiny pocket zine of surrealist collages made from things like magazines for hypochondriacs and Norweigian textbooks, it's in no way serious.

Imaginary Uncles does what it says on the tin, 100 word portraits of imaginary and infuriating uncles, with accompanying illustrations.

Being Editors is a children's lit zine. I'm currently working on two issues, one about Diana Wynne Jones (with an interview with the lady herself) and another about Edith Nesbit.

I have a website: http://www.emmajanefalconer.com , perhaps you will care to peruse it. It has details of all my zines.

Here is my Etsy: emmajane.etsy.com where you can kindly send me money in exchange for things

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No trauma or angst here, just writing about the things that take your fancy.
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John Jennison commented on Emma Jane Falconer's group Etsy Team Zine
"DoGooder Graphics has a few of my new books on Etsy. I'm most proud of the Coney Island Side Show Coloring Book.  https://www.etsy.com/shop/DogooderGraphics"
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sinoun. commented on Emma Jane Falconer's group Etsy Team Zine
"I just recently (and finally) created my own Etsy! I consider all buys from Etsy a donation because most of my zines are free. https://www.etsy.com/shop/anatomicair"
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Lauren Lowery commented on Emma Jane Falconer's group Etsy Team Zine
"My partner and I sell zines on Etsy through Jet Black Press!  http://www.esty.com/shop/jetblackpress"
Aug 10

Emma Jane Falconer's Blog

Little Whisper Smoke Signs That You'll Never Get II

Posted on January 22, 2013 at 7:29am 0 Comments

Little Whisper Smoke Signs That You'll Never Get 2

 I've got a new zine out. The second issue of Little Whisper Smoke Signs That You'll Never Get. Again, it's full-colour and focuses more on images than text.…

Golden envelopes of zines

Posted on January 22, 2013 at 6:55am 0 Comments

golden envelope  


I have some golden envelopes full of zines. They're not quite as good as a ticket to Willy Wonka's factory, but what is? You get three randomly picked issues of Fanzine Ynfytyn, printed on white paper rather than coloured,…

Fanzine Ynfytyn 19

Posted on November 26, 2012 at 6:31pm 0 Comments

Fanzine Ynfytyn 19- emmajanefalconer.com
I've got a new zine! It's been a bit of a break since the last one, because I was so busy. I've got 2 more that aren't quite finished, but should be out soon too.
24 pages 1/4 sized purple paper November 2012
* Glasses wearing & colour blindness

How I make my zines

Posted on November 26, 2012 at 5:11pm 1 Comment

This is how I personally make my zines. There's no right or wrong way (aside from doing things like accidentally making it unreadable once photocopied or forgetting about your margins and cutting off half the text). If you want a more in-depth guide to all things zine-related, I can recommend Stolen Sharpie Revolution. You can see all the back issues of my zines on my…

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At 4:44pm on May 2, 2013, Jennifer Dao said…

I thought you might find this interesting. This is a perzine I did about a demonic experience I had that led me to Christianity. True story. I used to be on the borderlines of agnostic and atheist, and I was raised Buddhist, but this experience led me to God. 

It's a very short zine, I hope it qualifies as one. You can read the PDF form here: The%20Incubus%20a%20testimony.pdf

At 11:31am on January 7, 2013, Lubomyr Tymkiv said…

We invite you to take part in the First International Exhibition "ZINESHOW" in Ukraine. Participation is free. Any technique. Any theme and format. No return. Deadline: 15/04/2013. Exhibition on the blog http://zineshow.blogspot.com All works will be exhibited also in the gallery "tymutopiyapres" http://tymutopiyapres.blogspot.com is not a commercial gallery. Welcomed but not "necessarily" summary of your zine or about you or your creative work (this is necessary for further elucidation of the project and possible documentation). Zines for the exhibition please send air mail: "Zineshow" A/C 9875, Sadivnycha 19/1, 79038, Lviv, Ukraine.

At 7:20pm on August 26, 2012, LizW said…

Hi! Can I be considered for the Esty Team Zine? Here's my shop


At 5:26pm on February 3, 2012, Carlos Palacios Hidalgo said…

i just saw the site really really cool work!

At 5:20pm on January 22, 2012, Scarlett Pimlott-Brown said…

E. Nesbit <3

Do you know about the Crystal Palace Dinosaurs story?

At 8:35am on November 30, 2011, Sarah said…

Hi Emma,

All the zines came today, they are grand, thanks so much! x

At 1:15pm on February 1, 2011, Catherine Elms said…
Wanna trade? :)

At 6:01am on December 19, 2010, Will said…

Oooh well yes then that's true, I just saw you were in Brighton.

At 7:43pm on December 18, 2010, Will said…

Bore da ynfytyn fanziner! I saw your zine at Ladyfest, it turned out not to be in Welsh which was a bit confusing but still very good. Are you going to be at BZF?

At 10:18am on December 6, 2010, Hannah (Not Lonely Zine) said…
Oh, & let me know if you're interested in taking part in this: http://notquiteayes.blogspot.com/2010/11/zinester-interviews.html

Livejournal (public view)

Moving, moving

Hello everyone.

The time has come for me to stop updating my LJ. It drives me insane every time I copy over my blog posts and it totally buggers up the formatting, and doesn't email me comments or messages and makes people think I'm ignoring them. So if you want to read my blog, it's here: http://emmajanefalconer.blogspot.com You don't need to have a blogger account to subscribe, there's an email option, and you can use yr LJ account to comment.


I have been busy recently, and the ever-present backlog of photos and so on I mean to post gets ever longer. Here's some photos I took of Brighton Pier at some point. I have no idea when I took them, probably when I lived in Brighton, but I scanned them the other week.
They're taken on my Moskva 5, the most awkward camera I've ever had the (dis) pleasure of using. It's an all metal Russian medium format beast that I got in a junk shop in Tallinn. You have to use a tripod and shutter release with it, all that's missing is the fabric hood and flash-pan of magnesium powder for the full effect. There's a clockwork mechanism that is supposed to prevent double exposures, but which just succeeds in locking the film advance for no reason most of the time. It has no meter, and I don't have a working handheld meter any more, so I just eyeball the exposure with the sunny 16 rule. The resulting negatives are huge (6x9 format, there is supposed to be a 6x6 mask too, but I don't have it), you get about 6 pictures per roll of 120 film.

Here's the huge version of the first picture:




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