T&H @ Spring Zine Thing

April 15, 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Washington Street Art Center, 321D Washington St, Somerville, MA

Colin Tedford will be tabling for Trees & Hills at the Spring Zine Thing at the Washington Street Art Center in Somerville, MA on Sunday, April 15 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Here’s what the organizers have to say:

Attention zine makers!

We are seeking participants for the Spring Zine Thing, an event to be held on the afternoon of April 15th at the Washington Street Art Center in Somerville. This will be an opportunity to sell or swap zines, hang out, and chat with other zine makers and enthusiasts. Everyone who comes can contribute to a group zine or make your own at our zine-making table.

There is space for about 6 full tables, which we want to split into halves to get as many people involved as possible. Each 1/2 table will be about 3′x3′, and will cost just $5 for you to set up your zines and hang out for the day.

Are you a first-time zine maker? Have you been talking about making a zine forever? Now is the time! We will be having a staffed table area designated for first-time zine publishers’ work, or anyone who just has one zine they want to put up for sell or trade. That way, you don’t need to reserve a half table for your very first zine, and can chip in just $1 to participate.

To reserve a space, please send an email to springzinething@gmail.com and include your name, zine name, any websites for your work if you have them, and contact info. We will use this info to help promote, and are looking for as many styles and subjects as possible from old timers and newcomers to make this a fun event. Spread the word and let us know by March 15th if you want to come hang out and be awesome. We are planning to have some short readings too, so holler if you are up for that.

Megan and Marissa of Small Craft Advisory (organizers of the Bazaar Bizarre Boston) are really excited to host this event. Marissa Falco has been making zines since 1995 and just can’t get enough. Her most recent zines include Miss Sequential and META. Check our her work at http://marissaland.com/. Megan is an artist working at WSAC, mostly in cut paper and printmaking. She hasn’t made a zine since 1995 and is using this event to try it on again. Check out her neglected blog at ####.

The Washington Street Art Center is located in Union Square, at 321 Washington Street, right on the 86 bus line. WSAC is a 15 minute walk from Harvard Square or Central Square on the red line, as well as from Sullivan Square on the orange line. The following bus routes run through the neighborhood: 69, 83, 85, 87, and 91. Off-street parking is free and ample. Check us out at ####

 

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