Sunday was a beautiful day for a zine fest!!!
Brooklyn Historical Society (where it was being held) early to help my friends set up + spread the word - I chalked the sidewalks around the neighborhood.
I wasn't tabling but I brought a bunch of copies of my newest Marmalade Umlaut to trade:
And fueled up with a bagel (half Earth Balance, half vegan cream cheese) and coffee before I left.
It was a lot of fun and got kinda crowded, also I am a dope, so I didn't get any shots inside, but here is part of my haul:
Gut Feelings is a British zine! I had never met a person who came all the way from England for a zine fest before. And Runcible Spoon, based out of D.C. is another food zine - I actually did a piece for their new issue, The Bland Issue.
G met me at the zine fest, then we left and walked around Brooklyn Heights. More gratuitous shots, because I think it's a gorgeous neighborhood and it was such a nice day.
We ended up at Siggy's, which is an organic health food-y type cafe, but is not really vegan. We both ordered a tofu scramble, which came with home potatoes, toast, and a small salad.
We ate outside, and I also got a coffee partly to warm my hands...the better to flip through some new zines with.
Okay I gotta get off the internet and do some analog reading. If you wanna see a longer tour of the 'hood, there's some in this post. We did stop into Perelandra but I opted not to buy anything this time.