Well, the first issue of Estrones is done. I have a neat pile of 50 copies, all with individual covers: no two alike! Now that it's done, I can see problems. Such as, the lack of a proper way to end it. It just, well, ends. Note to self: write a proper last page, don't just leave it like that. And *facepalm* I managed to have two pages printed the wrong way around. It's a list of 48 things about me (as i am 48), but something went a bit backwards between putting it all together on word. I think I miscalculated somewhere. Ah well, I still have to take my socks off if I want to count over 10.
I must get on with researching places to print my zines. My husband will only be at HSBC for one more week and then he starts working for the Home Office, for a year. With it being attached to the government (it's the government department for immigration and passports, drugs policy, counter-terrorism, police, science and research, says she, reading from Google), I doubt he'll be able to get away with photocopying a couple of zines. I've found one in Machynlleth that looks likely and there's one in Aberaeron. So, I'd better get on with Crone. In the meantime, my copy of the latest issue of the Australia and New Zealand apa has arrived, so I'll have to crack on with the mailing comments and so on.