Laura Trethewey

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Hemp Poetic

Category: Issue 55, Laura Trethewey, Reviews

This poetry zine has a fibrous, roughly cut cover made of hemp and post-consumer waste. Inside, the pages are also rough to the touch and flecked with grain that, the author explains, is not meant as a creative gesture, but rather “for the good of the environment.” The only connection between the two might be […]

Ballz

This zine is printed on bright blue paper and features some fairly crappy line drawings and grainy photographs, but the writing can’t be knocked. Ballz showcases the writing of nine contributors, some from Montreal and others from abroad. Roxane Hudon, who seems to be the mastermind behind the project (with her by-line on three of […]

Friday Round-Up: Found on the Internet

                                          A little late in the year for round-ups, but this one on the best mini-comics of 2011 from The Comics Journal is worth the wait. The deadline for applications for the artist residency program […]

Zine vs. Art

As artist books morph into art zines, our hero the zine gets a new aesthetic and higher sticker price to match. Is there room in the zine world for both the low-price, cut-and-paste zine and these glossy new commodities? On a warm November night in London, Ontario, art lovers gathered at the Michael Gibson Gallery […]

Friday Round-Up: Found on the Internet

                                Asst Prof at Dalhousie’s English Department  Erin Wunker  takes on defining the titles of expert versus specialist in academia. For those who don’t know the Hook and Eye Blog, it’s run by three lady academics scattered across the country […]

Friday Round-Up: Found on the Internet

Here’s what we found on the internet this cold January week: People have been talking a lot of shit lately: there’s been Shit Girls Say, Shit Asian Girls Say, Shit Drunk Girls, Shit Girls Say to Gays and Shit Girls Say to Lesbians.  So it had to happen that zinesters started saying shit too: “Do […]

Indie Franchises

Friday Round-Up: Found on the Internet

Friday Round-Up: Found on the Internet

Friday Round Up: Found on the Internet

Friday Round-Up: Found on the Internet

The BEST Deathmatch Comments: 2011 Edition

Friday’s Internet Round-Up: Found this Week

Friday’s Internet Round-Up: Found this Week!

Friday Round-Up: Found on the Internet

Friday Round-Up: Found on the Internet

An Indie Recession

Friday’s Internet Round-Up: Found this Week

Friday’s Internet Round-up: Found this Week

Berlin Chronicles: Teller and Fire & Knives

Berlin Chronicles: Open Design City

Broken Pencil at POP Montreal, Word on the Street

Berlin Chronicles: Renate Comics Collective & Library

Where Writers Write

Berlin Chronicles: Papiertiger Archiv & Bibliothek

Found: The Tip of an Iceberg

The Reading Raum

A Month of Zinesters: Everybody Moon Jump

A Month of Zinesters: Static Zine

Sheila Heti Resurrects Artists’ Survey, Circa 1999

Attn: Technophobes!

Gone Strikin’: The Mail Situation

Found on the Interweb: BookThug Videos

Book Review: BirchSplitBark

Book Review: The Love Song of Laura Ingalls Wilder

Book Review: Found

Computer Generated Poetry is Cool

Damp: Contemporary Vancouver Media Art

Striking Distance

Welcome to… Kingston, Ontario

Shotgun Jimmie, Transistor Sister

PS I Love You, Meet Me At The Muster Station

The Undying Art of Mail

Charting Alt-Comedy in Canada

The Winter of Art’s Discontent