Just barely qualifying for the May release date scrawled on the cover,
we bring you
The East Village Inky #47
This one's got pentimento written all over it!
(Why? Possibly because someone got greedy, thinking she'd save a buck
with an unfamiliar brand of pens - one dollah cheapah than the old
Is your subscription in order?
Renew for ten bucks!
Or make a friend's day by laying a gift subscription on em.
The ghost of Ex-Circulation Manager would be much obliged
Missed one? Browse the back issue store:
(also a good spot to snag autographed copies of the Zinester's Guide
to NYC...and you're going to want to come to NYC this summer, for
reasons that will be revealed on the back cover of issue 47)
In other news, I've got a few copies of Libraries I Have Known, an 8-
page zine I created as part of a zine themed New York Public Library
Crafternoon. Want one? Send one hot dollar to:
PO Box 22754
Brooklyn NY 11202
I'll be leaving for Beam Camp on June 25, so let's get our dirty
business taken care of before then. After which, I'll be achieving
greater intimacy with my friends at the Strafford New Hampshire post
office via limited supplies of the current ish and the ZG2NYC.
Ooh, say...if you can't bear to throw away your (clean) single or
holey patterned socks, send em to
55 Boy Scout Rd
Strafford NH 03884
Ditto any no-longer-needed youth-oriented literature (think 3rd grade
through teen, no explicit sex or graphic depictions of maniacs roaming
the woods with axes please)
Any donations of good coffee and other edible treats forbidden to
campers but totally cricket for staff will result in a handwritten
Oh, and if you're looking for a kick ayuss summer project (in addition
to sending me coffee, used books, and old socks) may I recommend
signing up for the Art House Co Op's Sketchbook Project 2012? You'll
have a lot of fun, and wind up in a permanent collection at the
Brooklyn Art Library. Here's my contribution to 2011's project:
Have a beautiful summer.
Dare to be Heinie!
Chief Primatologist, The East Village Inky
The Zinester's Guide to NYC - available now
from the author of No Touch Monkey! And Other Travel Lessons Learned
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