Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Being Zine Results In New Zine By Sarah Badcock

As a follow on from the Being Zine workshops which Ingrid Reynolds and I ran in Nov 2005 and April 2006, the Tasmanian Writers' Centre has funded Sarah Badcock to produce a small print run of her autobiographical comic book zine 'Maybe' which she developed during the workshops.

Copies of Maybe are available from Pocketspace in Hobart and Sticky in Melbourne.

View Sarah Badcock's myspace page here:

Newcastle Zine Fair

Leigh Rigozzi and I once again held a stall at the Newcastle Zine Fair, part of the National Young Writers Festival. This year our stock featured books from: Saria Phillips(Tas), Zane Pinner(Tas), Sarah Badcock(Tas), Izzy von Lichten(Tas), Simon James(Tas), Donna Green(Tas), Mandy Ord(Vic), Miss Helen(Syd), Leigh(Syd) and myself. We also sold discounted books from Pocketspace (32 Criterion St, Hobart).

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Drawings @ Pocketspace

I currently have 2 ink drawings for sale in Pocketspace, the best shop in the world.

32 criterion St

Saturday, September 02, 2006

Kids Ezine

The Kids Ezine was a partnership between the Tasmanian Department of Education, arts@work and Hydro Tasmania for the Tasmanian Living Writers' Week's Writers In Schools program. Working out of the Department's Mt Nelson Offices Magaer Lennox and myself co-edited this collection of poetry, short stories and song lyrics from remote, regional and home-schooled students across Tasmania, including King Island.

Here is the url:

Due to the demand for the Ezine to be available as a pdf the outcome is more print orientated than the name Ezine would suggest, but the writing is of a high standard, particularly the song lyrics written by King Island students under the guidance of writer-in-residence, Debra Manskey.

Smell of Peppermint

I finally printed up Smell of Peppermint, a small zine of excerpts from my March/April journal. I made the master copy of this half DL sized zine while running the Launceston Being Zine Workshops with Ingrid Reynolds for the Tasmanian Writers Centre in April/May this year.

Sunday, July 02, 2006

Intro Post

After playing around with different blogs and other variations on the social software theme, I starting to feel I needed to make on focused effort on showcasing my work online, so I have turned to blogger.


One Day I plan to have my own website, but until then this is where my work lives online.