Hi Tina, I just sent you a friend request. Anybody who gives out zine grab bags is a cool person in my book. :) I saw you gave away a couple, but if you have any more, I'd love to have one. I will send you some copies of my humor zine, Shards of Glass in Your Eye!, in return. I know you're downsizing, so feel free to leave them at a bus stop or whatever when you're done with them.
If you have any grab bags left or just want to trade, my address is:
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.
I was just coming here to message you. I'm in Canada so if i mailed the article to you, you wouldn't get it in time (our mail is often up to two weeks.) If you don't mind waiting, I can mail it today, or as soon as I get your address. I"ll "friend" you so you can send it privately if you don't want to post it. Alternatively, I could scan and email you a pdf if that would work. If not, then I'm really sorry especially if I've held this up for you.
Hi Tina, I should have some time to get something together for you. I was looking at what I have. It is in a zine, but I might have to rework it a bit so that it would work outside the context of the whole zine. I should have it done in a few days.
Hi, thanks for the prompt. I haven't been online much lately. IRL taking over. When do you need the submissions by? I won't have time to even think about anything else until after the end of June. If you can wait until July-August, I think I could get something together.
In 2008, my partner and I decided we'd go on the zombie shuffle with my 3 year old son in tow. We took a sign reading 'family feast', my partner dressed up as an ebola zombie, I dressed up as a mad scientist who had been experimenting with zombie eugenics and my son sat in his pram, with a little fake blood and carried a bone. I don't think my son really understood what was going on, but it was a nice day for a stroll through the city with him anyway. The zombie shuffle finished at Crown Casino where we decided we would take my son to see his first ever movie on the big screen, 'Speed Racer'. He got restless every 20 or 30 minutes throughout the movie and needed to be taken out of the theatre into the foyer coninuously. The first time or two, I happily obliged.. the third, my partner took my son out whilst I continued to watch the movie.. My partner and son sat outside the theatre in the foyer for a while and watched people come and go, then a man who had seemingly just woken up and was perhaps a little intoxicated stumbled out and asked if they had seen a small boy and a woman leave the cinema.. my partner thought they'd gone to the toilet.. so the man joined them for a while and chatted about life and kids, then wandered off.. a nearby group of girls stopped the man.. "OMG!! Are you Nicholas Cage?" "Can we take a photo with you?" It was, and that's how my son met Nicholas Cage on his first ever trip to the movies, and as an added bonus whilst dressed as a zombie.
Thankyou so much for the package you sent me. Your paper selection was indeed awesome :-). I liked the note "the toilet has been running jiggle the handle" he he. And your exam papers and revision cards also cool. Thanks again. Can't wait to get started now. :-P
Hi Tina, Sticky Institute would really like to stock your zine if you're interested. To do so, just download and fill out the stockists form from our website and fill in the contact and pricing details (taking into account the exchange rate). Send them to us at P.O. Box 310, Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Vic 8009, Australia. We will have them on the shelves for 6 months at which point if there are any that haven't sold we will either return them to you or you can choose to put them in the exchange box. We also take a 20% commission to help run the store. Your zine about running into celebrities sounds especially awesome, so be sure to send that along as well when you finish that.
Look forward to seeing your zines in our post box.
From Melissa and Sticky.
Hi! I just read your forum post about DIY projects. I make books and have written bookbinding instructions that I give to folks when I teach classes. I will try to scan the instructions and send them to the email address you gave in the forum post. If the scan doesn't look good, let me know and I can send them via the post office.
yeah exactly, issue #5 of cough was mini so you know the drill!! I hope you dig Dogear, it's my first attempt at "writing" in a zine, instead of just interviews, etc. yeah you should do a new zine that would be awesome!
well if you buy a drill and clock parts, you can make clocks. OR even better, pls send them to me, seriously, I would pay for the postage to send them and throw in a lil present for you. if interested I will send you my address ps: spread the word, I am collecting clockable items! ooh can you put that in your zine? that if you have a cigar box or tea tin etc to email firstname.lastname@example.org