I’m making a little trip down the the nations capital for the Canberra Zine Emporium on Sunday the 23rd at Gorman House. Not sure where that is, but if you’re in the area, come and pester me.
There is also something the day before at the Museum of Democracy where they’ll be launching the Zine Lounge. I’ll have a bunch of zines you can play with and I think there will be zine making workshop.
Lastly my friend Elizabeth JMW sent me a review of “The Maze” a story of hers I illustrated. Nice things were said. You will be able to pick p a copy off me in Canberra should you wish.
Hot on the heels on my last non-seller Songs of Protest number 11, here’s another. I’ll keep at it. The less I sell the better, as it keeps me angry. Angry as all hell.
Get it HERE
Why won’t you listen!!!!
I’ll be at the Canberra Zine Emporium, this March on Sunday the 23rd. See picture for details.
Hopefully I’ll get some new things finished for it.
The latest issue of the zine I’m doing with the notorious Katie Haegele, is done and I’ll have copies ready for the Eveleigh Artisans Markets this Sunday the 5th of October down on Wilson St Darlington. Yeah
So there is a lot in the works, but still so much to do. One thing I’ve been working on for way too long, is the story of my fiend Elizabeth JMW’s grandparents during World War II. It’s a wordless sort of comic. And now I think I’m almost there.
I’m hoping to have it ready for the Manly Zine Fair, where I will be running a simple bookbinding workshop. It’s on the 21st of September outside the Manly Library. Check my EVENTS page for more details. There are a few more things in the pipeline, including the second of my collaborative fashion Zines with Katie Haegele, which will also be ready about this time. You can get it at the Zine fair or from my ESTY shop HERE.
It’s at Melbourne Town Hall, from 12pm to 5pm.
I’ve got a bunch of new zine plus plenty of old favorites. Come and visit and annoy me if you can.
Actually I’m working on two. One based on her grandparents story in WWII, and this, for a story called The Maze. I read Elizabeth’s zines a couple of years ago and asked if I could do some illustrated versions of her stories. Then I kept on getting distracted. But I’m hoping to get this done soon. You can find “The Boy Who Owned The Forest,” which I actually finished and her latest zine 398#12 which I drew the cover for, by clicking on the picture.
Hopefully there will be more really soon.