I have been a very lucky little vegemite with the arrival of a care package from my soul-sister-from-another-mister, Dark Wolf, as well as some zine mail from a new zine friend! Check out the mail art action happening on the envelope from the new zine friend:
And a pic of the back of the envelope. Love it!
Because I took a few more pictures than usual of the zine goodness a la care package, I’m going to stick it behind a more tag…
I would have pictures of all the edible treats she sent along, but they might already be, erm, consumed.
What can I say? I’ve missed Chex Mix.
Anyway, this care package had some major zine action going on, and I am so excited.
I’ve been trying to get my hands on some of these for ages. You all know how much I like to start with the first of things, but sometimes you just can’t wait.
I saw this quite a while back, and I was thrilled to come across them completely by accident. I definitely want to get How to Talk to Your Cat About Gun Safety as well.
I’m quite familiar with BDSM (more about that at another time), but I am very curious to read something from the perspective of someone who is active in that community (and may have to deal with the flack a certain book created).
I am so sick and tired of artificial this and that ruining my hair, my scalp, my skin, my digestive system… What better place to start with some natural healting?
What can I say? You had me at the title.
Last but not least is a glorious goodie that I have been eager to get since I first read a thread on We Make Zines about what zines really influenced/stuck with people. So many people said Doris, so I just had to check it out. Lo and behold, there’s a whole bunch of them wrapped up in book form!
So yes, I am a very lucky zine reader with amazing friends who keep me in Chex Mix and zines. Life is good, and I hope yours is, too.