If you live up north and are interested in zines and self publishing, then you should check these guys out. Just look at this!
contact craig(at)caferoyalbooks.com for more info –
The first Café Royal Books pop-up library is open.
PR1 Gallery, UCLan, Preston, UK.
November 8th – 19th
Weekdays 10.00am – 4.30pm
Selected titles will be available to purchase at a discounted rate throughout the event.
We also have two new titles available:
Tutto è Santo Edouard Baribeaud
200mm x 290mm
numbered edition of 100
Space Jam Elina Minn & Jaakko Pallasvuo
140mm x 200mm
numbered edition of 100
A really exciting sounding project from the Sassoon Gallery in South East London. It’s all happening down here, yo! Click the link below for the pdf document outlining the project or the picture to the right for their website. Love all round.
After London call for submission
Thanks to Malcolm from Housmans for this. Booking is necessary as there are limited places. Click either image for information.
We’re Looking for People Who Like to Draw: Fanzines, art and politics from Punk to present day.
21 October 2010
Art and Resistance: Ways to Make Trouble
14 October 2010
“The Internship is essentially a training programme for 21-25 year olds who are interested in careers in comics, publishing, arts education or illustration. Think of it like a 2-day a week school in comics!”
Says Karrie. Check it out here and check out Karrie’s work here.
We have re-introduced our subscription service. Last time it was very popular. Numbers are limited [as are the print runs of our titles]. We try to split our print runs fairly evenly between our shop, book fairs, subscriptions and distribution. subscriptions are strictly first-come-first-served.
We offer two types of subscription. One is a zine-only subscription, for 5 or 10 titles. The other is a monetary subscription, so you remain subscribed until the amount you submit has gone. Prices include reduced rate [-20%] publications and priority shipping, also reduced. Subscriptions can be bought as gifts and sent to an alternative address.
Cafe Royal Books
Hey there everyone! One of the world’s coolest librarian’s Leila Kassir runs a zine library at LCC and if you want to send her your stuff or be involved or just follow their progress, see the zines etc then get in touch with Leila (l.kassir(at)lcc.arts.ac.uk) or join the group here!
Love all round.
The next event in this excellent monthly comics evening is on Monday 21 June 2010, and the focus is on zines
Dr Roger Sabin, Reader in Popular Culture at Central St Martin’s College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London. Author of Comics, Comix & Graphic Novels (2001)
Prof Teal Triggs, Professor of Graphic Design and Head of Research, School of Graphic Design, London College of Communication, University of the Arts London. Graphic design historian, critic and educator.
Co-author with Roger Sabin of Critical Radar: Fanzines & Alternative Comics From 1976 To Now (2001)
Gareth Brookes and Jimi Gherkin, comix artists and members of
Rachel House, artist and Co-director of Space Station Sixty-Five www.spacestationsixtyfive.com
Katie Allen, feminist zinester and editor of women’s magazine
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