It seems that some sort of weasels have scooped up http://www.stolensharpierevolution.com but are still redirecting it to this wordpress blog. Gee, that sure was nice of them. While I work on sorting that out I have been working on a few things.
One of them being this Zine event listing calendar on my personal blog.
Third, I just cracked open the last box of 250 copies of Stolen Sharpie Revolution out of the 4,000 print run from 2009! That means that I’m going to have to reprint SSR this year, which seems fitting because it is the 10th anniversary from the first printing in 2002. This also means a bunch of work for me to update EVERYTHING. I have decided to put the most changeable listings like distros, events, libraries, etc. online at Stolensharpierevolution.org
So, stay tuned for more info!
Stolen Sharpie Revolution as feminist gift for teens and the new Nobody Cares About Your Stupid Zine Podcast #2!Posted in Uncategorized on December 15, 2010 by Alex Wrekk
In the second installment of Nobody Cares About Your Stupid Zine Podcast, Alex Wrekk is joined by Derek Neuland. We find out who Derek is, how he got into zines, and much more. We also find out what Alex has been up to since the first podcast, which included traveling to many countries, touring the United States with 5 folks from the UK, and much more. They also discuss their experiences organizing the 2010 Portland Zine Symposium, their excitement for the 2011 Chicago Zine Fest, and much more.
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Also, I’m currently on a zine tour across the US with 5 zine people from the UK. Since my tour mates have come from so far away, we aren’t just stopping in cities to read zines to people, we are also checking out the natural wonders of this country! Last week it was the Redwood Forest, this week it’s the Grand Canyon! We may be stopping in a town near you! You should check out our dates and follow the Zines On Toast blog: Zines On Toast
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1) I just got more boxes of SSR2 back from AK Press! It’s hard to believe that I have gone through over 2,000 in less than a year. In another year I’ll have to start working on the reprint!
2) Brainscan #24/#25 was reviewed in the Feminist Review blog. It’s a pretty great review I think. Check it out here.
3) I did an e-mail interview with Dan Copulsky at Question Riot. It’s not too long, you can read it here.
4)) What is up with all the Etsy Treasury love? I have been in two this week and one last week! This on here has a bag of my coffee AND one of my buttons in it.
a) There are still tables left for the 2010 Portland Zine Symposium. We only allow 1/3rd of the tables to be full tables and all of those must be voted on. I think we are almost full for full tables but there are still half tables! Please register soon to get the early bird price and to be included in the program! Go here.
b) The Portland Zine Symposium has moved to the Stott Gym at Portland State University. Which is rad because it allows for more t ables, but is crappy because it is WAY more expensive! We would love love love it if you could donate anything to the event. We are trying hard not to raise the table costs but this year it seems like we are going to squeak by if not for the help of awesome donors. Please consider donating anything from $5- $1,000,000! We also have gifts for donors! Check it out!
c) We have a facebook page for the 10th Annual Portland Zine Symposium, are you attending?
d) We have a bunch of postcards and posters that we would love for people to distribute around the world. Let me know if you are interested in sending some out or putting a poster up in your local book shop.
e) We have a shop set up if you would like to purchase t-shirts or a mug from past years. Check it out.
6) And now for the cat. I got 3 boxes of Stolen Sharpie from UPS today and while I went to check something on my computer OJ, my housemate’s cat, decided he wanted to get in the box.