"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…"
I met Paul when hosting a poetry reading at Mother Earth's back in '94-'95. I can't say I recall much about him, but I do remember his enthusiasm for literature and fantastic stories. He was a lot of fun…"
"thanks, robert. yeah he used to send out submissions on a daily basis. it was just a normal part of life around our house. and the mailbox was always stuffed with responses and funky fan mail, puppets and drawings, and envelopes with our…"
"I published a few of Paul's chapbooks in the 80's early 90's and he was a regular contributor to my zine Cehsoikoe back in the day. Meadow, your blogpost is fascinating and moving. So amazing after all these many years to…"
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.
hey thanks for coming last night! I enjoyed your piece about coins! I actually just sent my zine to Zine World for a review a few days ago. But how many reviewers are there? and are you local or are you in TN (the address was TN)?
I am excited for the day the goodies start rolling in from that letter! I have passed it on to several friends, at least one of whom was very excited and h passed it on too.
Alas, my sister didn't want to participate because she was afraid that she wouldn't get back something equal to what she sent out. Whatever. What she doesn't understand is that now there is no possibility of getting back something better than what she sent out.
I'm probably wrong, but I can't see why only zines shouldn't follow the rules that are usually applied to other so-called intellectual property. You take a book, a CD, a thesis, etc. They always spell out very clearly what you can or (usually) cannot do with them. (And yet people keep copying them).
The funny thing in all this, by the way, is that I've never photocopied a zine.
PS Nice blog.