I can’t believe that the month of August is half over — where has the month gone?!?! In July, I mentioned to the Baron that it seemed as if the pending month of August had already taken place; now that August is here (and I’m in the middle of it), I feel even more so. My mum always said I would end up feeling this way, and guess what: she was right.
I’ve been teaching in a variety of places lately…
…and there’s still two or three spots left in tomorrow night’s class. (class takes place on 08.17.11) The lovely folks over at Refinery 29 had some wonderful things to say about the Press classes yesterday…
I’m also in the midst of getting ready for the SF Zinefest, which I talked about in the “What’s This Thing Called A Zine?” post a couple weeks ago. I’m putting together some new goodies — including the long awaited (and maybe even forgotten) “lost” issue of Red Letter Day. I’m hustling like mad to get the articles written, and the covers into production.
In addition to the SF Zinefest at the beginning of September, I’ll be taking part in the NY Art Book Fair at the end of September — I’m SO EXCITED. Yes, I am. In addition to the book fair, I’ll be stopping by the Grey Gallery at NYU to check out the “Fluxus and the Essential Questions of Life” show (what an unwieldy title…) as well as the “Lists” show at the Morgan Library (the book is excellent, and if you’re into that sort of thing, well worth having.)
That’s most of my “big news” for now…if you’re in SF on Labor Day weekend, I’d love to see you at the Zinefest. And if you’re on the east coast or NYC — hopefully I’ll get to see you at the book fair. Has anyone attended in person? If so, I’d love to hear your thoughts! 🙂
Leaving a trail of paper and postage wherever I go —