Hey, I got your zines in the post today! They look great. I'm glad there's some philosophy in there too - it happens to be a love of mine (I had a spurt of teaching it). haha. And I showed the zines to my friends (they live near Newcastle). The Anarchist one went down well!
I'll send you a few of mine very soon.
hello! great to hear about the zines, the library is currently in the process of getting re-formatted to be more organized etc. so your timing is impeccable. as for events during that time...i will be away on tour so I'm not really sure, but ill keep you posted!
hiya mike. thanks for the zines you sent me. i apologise for not saying sooner but they arrived when i was away and have only recently returned home and today i opened my mail. so yeah i havent read them yet but i will enjoy doing so.
Hey Mike, sorry for the late reply. Yeah I'll send you some zines, no problem, although I've ran out of the latest issue -- will see if I can get more printed. Are you responsible for the anarchist history of Newcastle pamphlet that's doing the rounds? A friend of mine passed it on to me about a month ago and it's superb! I found it very, very inspiring. Top work, comrade!
I'm sorry I never got back to you, I've been swamped with school- and I just had to buy a new computer (unexpectedly...) so I can actually only afford local trades right now. but thank you so much for following up, and I'd still love to trade, when I actually have some stamp money!
hey, I saw your post on the trade group-- I would very much like the "zine from my childhood" and a george zine, pretty please? I'll have to check if I have enough cash for stamps (can you tell I'm a student? haha) but I'll hopefully send my request off tomorrow or Wednesday, along with my zine! and I'll be sure to send you my cat zine in a couple weeks when it's complete, if you send me a george one. :)
aw, that's very sweet. a blind dog lives in my house, so I know what's it's like for them to be stumbling into things that have moved. (we recently had renovations and added a wall- boy, did that confuse her!)