Zinefest is on today at the Women’s Library in London. We went to the last one and really enjoyed it – it’s a great space. There was a really cool write-up of that one in the London edition Time Out. We’re sorry to be missing this one, but finances are keeping us local.
Issue 4 of AiM is coming together, believe it or not. I have the cover and back cover ideas mapped out, about 70% of the content, and the covers have given me the theme for the new issue, which I may or may not reveal before it’s done – I’ll keep you posted.
The myspace page has been pretty active recently, although I’m not a fan of the myspace layout and actually find it almost too jarring to use it regurlarly (the page skins aren’t a problem – it’s the user area I find a bit ‘sensory overload’), but I’m trying to because I’ve met some quite cool people on there through the Ladyfest network, so please keep the friend requests coming.
I’m still in my post-inauguration come-down. I may do some research on how the tone of US feminine hygiene product advertising changes with each new president – like, do tampons tap into the zeitgeist? Maybe not. Maybe I was just trying to shoehorn in a menstrual topic to an otherwise non-menstrual event just so I could still post it on this blog – although getting your first period in the White House might lead to a leakage horror story, actually. Maybe I’ll approach the Obama kids for a contribution sometime during issues 6 – 10…
No longer pretending to be Canadian,