Just did an interview for InLiquid about music and artsy fartsy stuff.
Zine Winter was a collective project for friends to pool their amazing powers of creativity in defiance of winter’s inherent ‘slowing’ properties. It was also an excuse for us to orchestrate a gigantic variety show at the fantastic and legendary Philadelphia art institution, Space 1026. It was also SO MUCH FUN but SO MUCH WORK that we will assuredly be doing it again… several years from now.
The performances have ended but the zines are eternal. Or at least their spirits are? No, even those must die. But for the next 10-80 years, depending on your habits of eating and exercise (and risk-taking, I suppose), you can harness some of these spirits as they were intended to be harnessed: as unassuming packets of stapled paper.What I mean to say is: ZINES FOR SALE!
Our competitive pricing scheme encourages exploration of these 16 diverse avenues of study without punishing the unadventurous. No punishment!all sixteen zines:$35.00
If you wanted to pick up a copy of the Southwork horn arrangement zine, it’s available to buy through Single Girl Married Girl.