Finding myself in town with time up my sleeve, I headed for Sticky Institute. I’ve never got out of there without a few zines and a badge or two, and today was no exception. What did I buy?
Six Magnetic Poems: remember magnetic fridge poetry? Ok, now make a collage of vintage images, then overlay with your poetic creation. I love this! Tres magnifique, and only $1.80
The Constant Rider: Kate Lopresti writes about all manner of things that happen to bus drivers or on public transport. 32 pages of daily drama – and well worth the $5. A top quality American zine…
Jutchy Ya Ya: I’ve always been a huge Adam Ford fan – this issue covers everything from Facebook hating, thru Scrabble, Hall and Oates and paper models. And it’s free!
250 Dainty Dishes With Pineapple Product: more collage goodness. Take scary recipes, cut up, mix, and reassemble. Kind of like beat poets rumbling in the Golden Circle archives – the sort of zine I wanted to write, but never did. Magic stuff…$5