Zine Haul – Noted Festival 2017

But a small selection of my Noted zine haul. Please excuse my very grown out fingernails.

I may have only made it to one day of Noted Festival this year, but it was the most important day of all – the day of my two events.  It was also the day of the Independent Publishing Fair, which meant that I walked away with quite the collection of new zines to enjoy.

In no particular order, here’s what I picked up:

Jedward: Everything you ever wanted to know about the Irish pop music twinsation
By @alexbneill and @finbahneill.  This is a very thorough exploration into the world of Jedward.  My favourite section is titled “Political Commentary Published by The Guardian While Jedward Were on The X Factor”.

My Favourite Kings
By @alexbennetts.

SAD – Sensitive Adult Daily – issue 1
SAD GRRRLS
SAD – The Brain Issue
SAD TIMES – issue 4

Creating a safe space for feelings and adults with mental illness – from Sensitive Adult Daily.  Written and illustrated by Darcy L Rock.

Rut Zine 42
Rut Zine 44
Made at Sticky Institute by @beeeeeonka, distributed by Small Zine Volcano.

SCUM
The official zine by Scum Mag, featuring work by @emmacones, @jerkvening and many many more insanely talented individuals.

YOU
(various issues)
Distributed by Small Zine Volcano.

It’s The Unbelievable Truth
Based on the BBC Radio 4 panel show hosted by David Mitchell.  Edited by Thomas at Sticky Institute.

Found in books.
A collection of notes/memos found inside books at a private girls’ school in suburban Melbourne. By gallerygirlzine @ gmail dot com.

we are infinite – an exploration of young adult fiction
Covering all sorts of YA from Judy Blume to John Greene, with a very comprehensive reading list at the end.  By Karys McEwen and Samantha Riegl.

Temporary Spaces, Edible Places – London
By Keg de Souza.  Purchased from the Sticky Institute table, this zine details the history behind several British picnic staples.

KNEEZ UP #4
Distributed by Small Zine Volcano.

Shit People At Gigs
By Olivia Grbac.  An illustrated guide to the worst kinds of gig-goers.

We are not amused
the STAR in our FAULTS

Reform School for Wayward Girls
Product of a Sick Mind

Poetry by sangnezine @ gmail dot com.

Sad Girls From The Internet
Amazing illustrations by Gemma Flack.  I would like to collect every zine she’s ever worked on.

YOUR PLACE/MINE
By @hellopollyanna.  I met Shu-Ling at NYWF, and she’s a fantastically talented individual.

Friday Night in West Ealing #137
By fridaynightinwestealing @ gmail dot com, distributed by Small Zine Volcano.

Vegetarian Meatloaf Headache
Another memoir zine, from Small Zine Volcano.

 

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