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ZINEVENT

I'm super exited to announce this IZM we will be having our first Frankston ZINEVENT!

A Zine Thing presents : ZINEVENT !



@ CUBE 37 

Davey Street, Frankston 

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Added by Tasha on June 23, 2014 at 5:23am — No Comments

Previously created zine projects.. (a list of sorts)

My profile was looking overrun and shabby, so I tried to tidy it up a bit. Less is more, you know? 

Unless I'm on a rant in a zine, then it's a whole other story.. 

Here are some of the zines I have made, since forever, I know I've missed titles, but this is the majority of it.

So, other previously written zines published by me, Tasha, include..............

ISSUE #1 "How do you take it?" Theories…

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Added by Tasha on May 13, 2014 at 2:11am — No Comments

Zines are what they are;

and I love that about them.

It is the abscense of guidlines and boundaries of this format that make zines, making/reading/enjoying them such a pleasure to me. I need an outlet that I can express myself in around the stupid hours i keep, i'm a pro cut and paster (or so i tell my kids!) and love love love the 'not-knowing' how my end of project product will turn out.

I have been gifted some interesting books that specifically…

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Added by Tasha on November 21, 2011 at 5:07pm — No Comments

She couldn't help herself...

I have decided, in a very round about way, long story of attempts of creating a collaborative zine turned ongoing collaborative project of sorts... ahem.. that I will be spending special zine time with some of my nearest and dearest girl friends, chosen topic, speand a day/night/week/end or two.. and see what we come up with.

 

the result? check out Issue #1 "She couldn't help herself" collaborative project by (me) Tasha lifeasawhitepicketfence.wordpress.com and Veronica Fisher…

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Added by Tasha on June 27, 2011 at 3:56am — No Comments

Life as a white picket fence

This has been a long time coming. My eldest son is now 3 yrs old, and most of what I have written on here has come from things felt/experienced during the earliest of stages of parenthood. I love my boys. They are my world. Getting them here, that's a whole other story. This zine depicts just a few of the raw sentiments I felt necessary to explore in script. This was important for me, more so than sharing, but if you do by chance get to read this, remember it's personal, but not intended to be… Continue

Added by Tasha on August 11, 2010 at 5:48am — No Comments

making it shorter?

having difficulty keeping my head and short, precise, condensed and limited where possible the content and over all length of pending 'zine 'life as a white picket fence' so as to get it out and done like a bandaid! plus, shorter rants, i have concluded, short result in a higher likely hood that they will get read. SO, it will be. and quite possibly finished before the debut, as i am growing weary of its existence before it;s been born.. quite a worry really, eh?!

so it is, such is life,… Continue

Added by Tasha on August 10, 2010 at 7:27am — No Comments

Is it really not that personal if i'm willing to print it..?

One dilemma over; another 16 present themselves!! but first, my SUCCESSFUL ruling out has led me to a decision, thanks to much good advice from fellow zinesters and a friendly shove from the hubby - i've concluded that before i can write in the now, i feel a necessary urge to push through a previous incomplete writing excerpts of sorts that was 6 or so yrs in the making.. it is for lack of better description 'my book'. i wrote in it when i felt like something must be said but the words escaped… Continue

Added by Tasha on August 8, 2010 at 5:14am — No Comments

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