International Alternative Press Fair, 4-5 August, London

Well hello there.

I will be tabling at the the 2nd International Alternative Press Festival on Saturday 4th August at Conway Hall, London, UK.

I’ll be selling zines and comix and mags and alternative press goodies from Cambridge – PLUS I’ll be premiering Angry Violist issue 6 (sneak preview above of the flats ready to be taken to the printers).

This festival is going to be awesome and is going to be chock full of self-published goodness all this weekend: if you’re around, drop by and say hello.

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Angry Violist #6 at the Alternative Press Fair, August 4th 2012, London

Howdy,

I am pleased to say that I will be selling Angry Violist numero 61 at the 2nd International Alternative Press Fair in London on 4th August 2012. I’ll be there tabling with other members of the Cambridge Zine Boogaloo consortium selling magazines, zines, stash tins, stickers and other swag of pure awesomeness.

Come by, say hello, bring us coffee!

1I don’t know the Italian for “six”, can you tell?

South East London zine fest

I will be tabling at the brand-spanking new South East London zine fest on 12th November, 12-6pm. This particular zine fest has the added boozy appeal and convenience of being held in a PUB — namely, the Amersham Arms in New Cross.

I would like to add here that the first and only time I’ve been to New Cross was when I had an audition at Goldsmiths College nearby. I was 18 and it was the first time I had been to London (I’m from the North). I got on the fast train from Preston at 5am and spent the 3-4 hour long trip jammed between my viola case on one side and a big man in a suit on the other, unable to move my legs.

In London I got on the wrong tube. Then I got on the right tube train, but my viola case got trapped in the tube train doors as they closed. Then a man with flaking skin on his hands tried to fondle my hands. I arrived at the audition sweating from the heat and traumatised, totally messed the whole thing up and failed to get into my beloved Goldsmiths. I only wanted to go there because of John Cale and the Young British Artists, anyway.

Yup. I’m hoping for a more fun day in New Cross this time. Harumph.

Here’s a flyer designed by Kathryn Corlett: