Crafts meets subversive (and not so subversive) literature at Southampton’s first zine and craft fair.
Saturday 21st – Sunday 22nd November
12-5pm both days
Entry is free
‘Stalls and workshops will be upstairs to browse and shop, whether for you or for Christmas presents for your nearest and dearest. ‘
Vicky Stevenson creates zines, illustrations, photography and sewn pieces inspired by objects and mechanical items that she finds interesting and attractive.
Southampton Solent Illustrators love nothing better than drawing and doodling to their hearts content. their stall will consist of fresh zines, postcards and prints, and all profits will go towards their degree show.
Steve Larder will have a stall on at least one of the days and has work featured in Last Hours newest publication Excessive Force
Hannah Southcoast writes for Suspect Device, Last Hours, The Angels Share and has her own zines: “South Coast Vegan Cooking” zine, “Lost Property” travel zine and “A Zine for the Ladies”. In addition, she often makes really tasty vegan cakes and sells them along with her distro at shows. What a trooper!
Brighton Zine Collective formed in the autumn of 2008 with the intention of organizing an event in Brighton. Some of our members write their own zines (Mujinga, the New Wave of Cut & Paste, Fanzine Ynfytyn), some make crafts, some do a zine distro (Hoojemaflap), some just really like reading zines. Our distro is predominantly zines and contains a range of punk zines, political pamphlets and perzines, maybe a couple of arty things. We stock zines created by members of the Brighton Zine Fest collective as well as other UK based zines and a few European ones.
Last Hours. That’s us! We will have our two new publications on sale as well as all our other radical literature. Come and say hi!
plus loads more!