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Yayyy! LA Zine Fest shared my 2014 exhibitor interview!
This thing's gonna be great. You should go.
Added by Kari Tervo on November 28, 2013 at 2:05am — No Comments
I told you guys in my last blog post that I'm writing for a pop culture blog called Pop Culture Beast. I'm starting a new weekly zine review feature there called BLOG ZINE.
Click on over and take a peek at the FAQ! Send me your zines for review!
Added by Kari Tervo on October 2, 2013 at 9:36pm — No Comments
Hello zinesters! Those of you who like the light writing in my zine, Shards of Glass In Your Eye!, might want to check out Pop Culture Beast. It's a pop culture blog I recently joined, where I'm writing out all sorts of thoughts, reviews, and adventures. There are also a bunch of other guys writing about things like …Continue
Added by Kari Tervo on September 30, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments
I opened an Etsy shop for my zines. It seemed like that was the easy thing to do for people who don't feel like trading and want to make sure their purchase is secure. Here is my spokesperson, an exaggerated Colonel Sanders crossed with Mark Twain, mixed with a '49er, to tell you the news:
Added by Kari Tervo on August 25, 2013 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Zines for Troops! sends free zines to military members and injured veterans. These exemplary civilians have participated by sending zine donations. Their zines are shined, showered, and ready for inspection by their lucky military recipients!
A 21-Gun Salute To:
Laura-Marie, Functionally Ill…Continue
Added by Kari Tervo on May 17, 2013 at 2:30pm — No Comments
ZINES FOR TROOPS!
DONATE ZINES TO MILITARY MEMBERS AND VETERANS!
You know how when you’re stressed out, it can help to relax with some good reading material? Imagine you’re a military member in a danger…Continue
By Kari Tervo, Shards of Glass In Your Eye!
I have a new policy on trading: I'll send you mine when you send me yours. I rarely receive any of the zines that I was hoping to read!
Some zinesters are trader schmoes. They're people who promise a zine in return for a zine, but never send one.
A lot of trader schmoes are just…Continue
Added by Kari Tervo on March 12, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Business practices vary from culture to culture. In Japan, it's customary to bow towards a new client upon introduction. In India, leather briefcases are unacceptable. Likewise, the world of Gigglebot distro has business practices all its own.
A typical retail transaction is generally pretty simple: I give you money, you give me stuff. But at Gigglebot distro, the business customs are different. If you visit a foreign country for business, it's good to know their…Continue