Saturday and Sunday, November 26 and 27, 2011
from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
(Église Saint-Enfant Jésus, Laurier Métro)
This year at Expozine I debuted the second issue of Queer Enough, a zine about queer experience in different-gender relationships. Contributors are Jimbeau, Frankie Mess, Chiquita Violette, Rose Cooper, Corin V. Barclay, Beja Alisheva, JL Long, Kaley Kennedy, Oliver Fugler, Sharday Mosurinjohn, and me... writing which comes from all over Canada and the US, and Australia too! It is now available to order here.
I was tabling with James Kirkpatrick (the other half of our collaborative art team, Dusty Peas). Both of us had our art zines too, and James had his hardcover art book/full-length downloadable album + 7-inch vinyl Before the End.
"Expozine is one of the largest small press fairs in North America, bringing together over 270 exhibitors showcasing all kinds of publications – from books to zines to graphic novels – in both English and French. The event attracts thousands of visitors as well as exhibitors from across Canada, the United States, and even Europe. It's a unique showcase of the best publications that today's small publishers and self-publishing authors and artists have to offer. Literally thousands of different publications can be found at Expozine; it's THE 'salon du livre' for readers interested in today's underground and alternative publications!"