Summer Reading Party at Pop Hop!
Hosted by Mend My Dress Press, Razorcake, and Fair Dig
Mend My Dress Press, Razorcake & Fair Dig present a Summer Reading Party! Craven Rock, author of “Nights and Days in a Dark Carnival: Time Spent with Juggalos,” and the creator of “Eaves of Ass” zine, brings his book to The Pop-Hop on Wednesday, July 9. Writer and publisher Neely Bat Chestnut (neelytherese), Rachel from Hoax Zine (hoaxzine) and Brodie Foster Hubbard will also be reading. Todd Taylor (razorcake) is your host and emcee for the evening.
THIS IS TONIGHT!!
Here’s a sneak peek from my shoot with Eryca Sender! She is one of the nicest smartest gals I know! 😍😍😍 #portrait #woman #girl #dreamy #dreambabydream #feminist #daisynoemi #photography #babe #foliage #leavesandshit #wonderland @erycamsender
Daisy’s got a great eye.
skylightbooks is celebrating California Bookstore Day!
lazinefest and Razorcake are prepared to answer all your questions at the Ask A Zinester booth this Saturday!
Come out, get some books and zines, and visit our “Ask a Zinester” booth at the Skylight Books Annex. Four zinesters per two-hour shift! Think Lucy in Peanuts. The doctor is in!
All the hot details are at Skylight’s event page right here.
Hey everyone should check this out! It’s all dang day and it’s going to be FUN FUN FUN :)
If you see a quote from Don DeLillo’s “White Noise” spray-painted around the city next week, blame California Bookstore Day.
— (via skylightbooks)
Photographs I took at Aurora Lady’s zine reading of “Dont Hide Behind Your Skirt”! Check them out!
My fave Beatle and the best kind of dog in the world.
For just $20 (+$5 S&H) you could have:
-Gnartoons t-shirt (hand printed by Sardine Can Press)
-the issue of Adventure Time that I wrote/drew comics for
-Intruder #10 (hot off the press!!!)
-And the latest two issues of Guacamole (usually only available in person at comix/zine shows!)
Send $25 via paypal to james(at)gnartoons(dot)com along with your mailing address and what size shirt you want
I also accept checks and money orders - message me or email the address above for instructions if this is your preferred payment option.
LA ZINE FEST ZINE (meta) by browntourage :P
The LA zine fest got me missing the feeling of putting pen to paper. The DIY aspect is so liberating- you can print whatever you want however you want! Whether the pages are filled with photos, doodles, collages, opinions, comics, poetry, or manifestos, zines provide a freeform field for people of all backgrounds to express themselves and find people who relate.
Flocks of people gathered in the Helms Bakery district Sunday to appreciate over a hundred zine stalls. With such a diversity of styles and content, I tried to check up on women/poc run zines, and ended up taking style pics because i couldn’t not. I was so overstimulated by beauty the event itself merited a zine of its own. Here’s my online attempt.
Featuring: Teen Angels * Dum Dum Zine * Brown Recluse Zine Distro * Tiny Splendor * Rosi
OMG REBECCA. That’s my girl IRL. #fame
Rad Dad Magazine is here! Redefining gender roles, looking at the juvenile justice system, slut-shaming on the playground, an interview with Ian Mackaye (Minor Threat, Fugazi), and much more.
A must-read for dads and everyone else, too!
Feb. 16, I decided to spend my day sweating in an industrial sized car garage in the heart of the Culver City Arts District.
(The 2014 official LA Zine Fest art work created by Michael Jasorka of Bombshell Comics)
The body heat of several hundred zine enthusiasts greeted me as I…
Truly amazing recap. This post rules.