Friday, June 28, 2013

Dreams of Donuts #18 - "I'm Really Sorry"

  Made a new issue without actually really trying to, which is a first.  This one is a themed issue where I go over times when I wronged people in my life and apologize for it, hence the subtitle "I'm Really Sorry".  I'm not super excited to share a lot of this issue with the internet, so only scanned select pages .  Issues can be bought for $2 by mail order, or you can get it from my Etsy shop.

Monday, June 24, 2013

Hideaway Art Show

Starting July 13th (Second Saturday)  I'll have some paintings up at the Hideaway for the month, and maybe some zines for sale behind the bar. 
P.S. I tabled the Punk Rock Flea Market yesterday at Casa de Chaos and actually sold a couple zines, so thanks to those folks and also to the people that organized it. 

Monday, June 17, 2013

Slingshot Organizer Season

  It's summertime, which means it's Slingshot Organizer season.  That little day planner that you may or may not love, actually takes a lot of work.  Wanna help?  Go to or the Long Haul Infoshop (3124 Shattuck Avenue Berkeley, CA 94705).  Typically we need volunteers to "adopt" a month, meaning we will mail you a packet with instructions and clip art provided, and you create your lay-out for that month.  Also proofreaders and cover art submissions are huge needs as well.  I've been doing my part by working on these fonts and borders.


Oh ya, did you know that this is my 100th post?  I've had a hard time meshing with the rise of technology, so the concept of having a blog was one I was resistant to.  My ex, James, was the one that convinced me to make this, as well as helped me figure out how to use it, so I guess I just want to say thank you to him.  I'm glad that I have this now, that I can show you what I'm working on, as well as look back myself and see what I've done.

P.S. I still have an Etsy shop, even though I have only had one sale.  You should give it a peek.

Monday, June 10, 2013

I'm Home! Post-Atlanta Zine Fest

  I consider myself pretty lucky to have gone to the first ever Atlanta Zine Fest.  It was a very nice event with speakers, workshops, snacks, beer, and ZINES!  Day two was a little stormy, so attendance was smaller, but day one was pretty bumping.  Here are some blurry pictures from the event (my camera was found in a trash pile, so you get what you pay for, right?)  Also special thanks to Amanda Mills and all of the other people that worked hard to make this happen.

  I also brought home a couple zines that I really liked and wanted to mention.  This one is an Elvis collage art piece by my first friend and the zine fest, Edie!

  Next is a somewhat monthly newsletter about anarchist actions (as well as other actions) happening in the Atlanta area called Atlanta's Burning.  Think Modesto Anarcho but for Atlanta.  Issue 7 has an especially riveting account of an unplanned riot against the police in Edgewood neighborhood.  Their website is


 And one person I found especially interested was a younger person named Mary E. Golding, aka Meg.  Mary does a variety of comics that are really great all around, and you can see her stuff at