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Posts Tagged ‘zines’

Analogue Books in Edinburgh celebrates 10 Years as an Independent Bookshop

The wonderful Julie Nicoll and Russell Ferguson of Analogue Books have been stocking my various publications for 8 years, and in 2011 they celebrate their 10th birthday. Here's a bit of history mixed with some top tips for imaginative gift ideas for Christmas.

Written by Amelia Gregory

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One of my favourite stockists, Analogue Books of Edinburgh, celebrates their 10th birthday this year. I spoke with co-founder and owner, the lovely Julie Nicoll.

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For those readers who don't know much about Analogue, how would you describe your business?
We're an independent bookshop in Edinburgh, specialising in art and design books and magazines. Over the years we have held almost 40 exhibitions, published a range of zines and books as well as hosting a few intimate gigs and talks. But mostly we just like sourcing interesting books and publications and chatting to… read more

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London Zine Symposium 2011: A Review

The London Zine Symposium returns to the Rag Factory in Heneage Street for its seventh annual event. Here's what I discovered on Sunday 17th April 2011... with lots of photos.

Written by Amelia Gregory

London Zine Symposium 2011. All photography by Amelia Gregory. At the London Zine Symposium art students and anarchists sit cheek by jowl, page sometimes sharing an overloaded trestle table. It […]

The London Zine Symposium – A little appreciation please!

The London Zine Symposium – A little appreciation please!

Brick Lane played host to the greats of the Zine world last week, two of our contributors went along to get their thumbs inky, find out what's new in Zine's and eat vegan cupcakes. Here's the second installment.

Written by Matt Witt

thumbnail zine The London Zine Symposium, viagra dosage held last week at the Rag Factory, was full to the bustle with a variety of cheery people, all sharing in the […]

An interview with Edd Baldry of London Zine Symposium

Ahead of the 2010 London Zine Symposium we ask organiser Edd Baldry why DIY culture is so important.

Written by Amelia Wells

Illustration by Aniela Murphy/Neltonmandelton. The Rag Factory, this Brick Lane, page will be playing host to The London Zine Symposium on the 29th of May, capsule an event celebrating DIY […]

Art is Proof Presents: All My Best Friends Are…

Superette's brand new gallery is home to a feast of illustration, zines and goodies over the next week...

Written by Amica Lane

All images courtesy of ‘Art is Proof’ My sense of direction is legendary. Legendary for being almost impressively abysmal. So when I go to Superette’s ‘All my best friend are’ […]

London Zine Symposium

Sunday 3rd May 2009, The Rag Factory, It's going to be ama-zine-g!

Written by Roisin Conway

Manchester’s never been quite the same for me since the first day I ever saw Kid Carpet, side effects buy information pills AKA Ed Patrick, at the Academy some 4, […]

Mark Judges: Zine extraordinaire.

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Written by Chloe Stead

In case you missed it, healing visit web everyones favourite nostalgic treat – Cadbury’s Dairy Milk – is moving with the times and going Fairtrade. Last week, cost Cadbury’s announced […]

King of zines.

Interview with Craig Atkinson

Written by Chloe Stead

In case you missed it, healing visit web everyones favourite nostalgic treat – Cadbury’s Dairy Milk – is moving with the times and going Fairtrade. Last week, cost Cadbury’s announced […]