i always leave zines at sheltered bus stops...
sheltered 'patios' at quickie stores...
i always leave used books at sheltered bus stops too...
and a single quarter on the square aluminium pipe frames
[(S)miles of someone getting a 'free' ride...a moment of...
'life is good'...one should feel each day]
i never leave anything at schools/community colleges/libraries
(twas in those rackets over 20 yrs.)
hey, james: just found out about zines. new to all. but found this info. and am sharing it with you. end of summer conference in portland, oregon. july. here's the link to more info: http://www.pdxzines.com/
I'm glad to hear I'm not the only one who feels that way, though I can't remember where I said that stuff about nonconformity. Have we met somewhere else on the interweb? I may be interested in trading.
I received your copies of Xeens & Things and In Between Zine last week and read them both cover to cover in a single marathon session. Good stuff. I loved the fact the a full half of each issue is dedicated to back and forth correspondence about such a wild array of topics. And there are a whole slew of odd books and movies I now feel obligated to track down.
Anyway, let me know when you get around to getting your new zine off the ground (whatever it may be) and I will certainly send you a few bucks for a copy. Reviews of the two you sent will be posted on Zineocracy.com within the week.
Ciao James, you caught me by surprise: Your zines have already found their way into my mail box. Hope you get mine quickly. I only warn you that for financial reasons, I sent mine via SAL mail. A little slower than AIR but definitely cheaper.