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.
Hey Katie! I received your letter and the birds last week. Thank you!!!
Hmm so I am trying to get a hold of your zines. I have read 2,3,4 I think? Where can I find others? Parcel press only has 4 and Mae seems to have ran out of your zine.
Hi Katie, I really enjoyed reading Remembering Elliot. "Say Yes" was a significant song to me and one of my faves as well. I was thinking lots of people should make their own "Remembering Elliot" zines and each would be sub-titled a different song. I might do one. It would be a neat way to honor him and not forget him. Anyway, just wanted to say hi and thanks for doing your zine.
I go to PCC- Cascade and after class on my way to the bus I stopped at the North Portland Library. They had two little magazine holder type things with a paper describing that it was a "Zine Exchange Program"... People leave a copy of a zine and then take one home to keep or return. You dont need a library card or anything. I thought that was a really cool idea. Have you seen this? I went to the Central Library in downtown and they didn't have the Zine Exchange box.
Yeah, I had no idea Portland could get into the 80's. That's crazy to me. This summer I will be moving out of this attic and getting a two bedroom place with a friend that is suppose to be moving up here. So I'm trying to see where cheap rent it. What's rent like near the Hollywood district? I know where that is, I think the 44 or the 75 bus line goes by there.
8 months? Are you glad you moved here?
I don't think I will ever regret moving here.
"where i go, little stories about my favorite places" is that at the library? The cover and name look familiar...
Yeah, I live in an attic! It's really big too, totally better than the 10ft by 6ft room I rented back in San Dimas for $475 a month...
About two days before I moved up here I found out my Mom has a cousin that lives in North Portland... So I gave her a call and she said I was more than welcome to stay with her. (does that make her my 2nd cousin? cousin once removed? It's confusing, I try not to think about it, haha)
So, I'm living in the attic of a middle aged lesbian woman in an industrial part of North Portland, ha. She's really cool too.
my brother's name is andy barbour. but if you didn't go to ch, i don't know if you'd know him. he graduated in 02. no you aren't a loser, that sounds awesome. i hate high school and often wished i could have gone to midlothian instead. i mean, midlothian is two minutes away from my parents' house and ch was like 10-15. it was stupid.
what did the international baccalaureate program involve? i don't know that they had options like that when i was there. or maybe they did and i just didn't know.
i just recently got your zine aubade and started reading it. world of small worlds, you went to my high school and lived right around the corner from me. i think you're a few years younger than me, but...so weird.
Welcome to Portland! And congratulations -- I just moved here too, and people keep congratulating me on it. So I guess I'll pass the sentiment along. I like your book blog. And "The House You Grew Up In" does have a great cover. I'd love to see what's inside.