Thank-you for asssomtastic comix! I really dig all the artists! O and I kinda know Billy Malano myself. He works at a bar down the street. He's deffinately a funny asshole in a 'new jersey' kinda sense.
great Jethro (Tull), I didn´t get the address of Ladypajama to the great historical mini zine swap. please, send to me again, because that cutted emails in the responses don´t show the entire list of people participating. thanks a lot! in 2/1/09, I´ll send mine mini zines!
I am writing an article about We Make Zines for the upcoming issue of Zine World. I am trying to get input from folks who use the site. If you are interested, please post a message to me and I will arrange to send you the questions.
Thanks for your message.
Yes, I've started planning out the pages, but as I'm a newbie I'll go shopping tomorow and see what everyone else does. I know mine will be different, but I guess it should keep some similarity too. It'll be a creative calligraphy edition with maybe one tipped in colour plate. I have a feeling it's going to take longer than I think. When I've more time, I'll build my page here and add an image.
Thanks for your welcome and friendship, and love the look of your work.
Pity you don't live closer - I'm looking for some cartoonists to work at an exhibition. The idea is that someone starts the story, and the story is built by each subsequent frame being done by different person. The idea was supplied by a cartoonist, so hope it works. Have you ever seen that done in a zine?
I've done a couple zines focusing on DIY, like the minizine The (fine) Art of Dumpster diving which is going over a massive overhaul right now. Other members of our collective also have made a lot of zines. So I'll ask and see what I can send you on behalf of our collective.
Yes you did ;) I'm getting to be a bit that way myself. Not so much what did I send, more who did I send it to. I have a little pile of letters waiting for spare change for postage, then they go out once a week or so. Maybe I should start making a list :P