Last month I tabled at my first ever zine fest. InZine Fest in Coventry. It was only a small event, but a good way for me to test the water before attending bigger festivals and events in the future. Unfortunately it was not advertised as well as it could have been and I didn't sell as many zines as I would have liked. Basically, I spent more on train fare than I earned in sales. Having said that, it was a good experience and I am glad I went.
|InZine Fest, Coventry, March 2015|
In other zine related news, I did a couple of interviews recently, firstly with Open Pen Magazine and secondly with blogger Marian Krick, both about PAPER AND INK, zines in general, literature, inspiration all that good stuff. The next issue of PAPER AND INK, the fifth issue, entitled DAMN THE MAN, about shitty jobs will be out very, very soon. Watch this space.
To everyone that has supported PAPER AND INK over the last two years, whether by buying a copy, or even just retweeting stuff on Twitter, I thank you from the bottom of my cold, dead heart. Your support does not go unnoticed.