Category: Making a Zine

  • Tomorrow we release S P A C E | Phnom Penh, ‘Angle of Reflection.’ Here’s a link. http://gum.co/space-phnompenh-aor Thanks! ;) Loading…

  • This issue is S P A C E | Đà Lạt, ‘Petals.’ Its lead story is, ‘A June Farewell,’ by Dipika Kohli. Here’s a link. http://gum.co/space-dalat-petals Thanks.   Loading…

  • Something cool happened. This was at the virtual event, SF Zine Festival. This was on Tuesday. Michael Bridgett, Jr., aka ‘Mike Dynamo,’ talked about making S P A C E. And what it is. And why we do it. I loved watching it live-streaming and ‘being there’, ambiently, to admire his wittiness and eloquence. Cool…

  • Finished. A photozine this time. Here’s a link. http://gum.co/space-vilnius-sky Thanks. Loading…

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  • DK is part of the SF Zine Festival this year. On Tuesday, 22 Sept., we’ll be online in a zoom call with small group of others who also make zines. Together, we’ll all be sharing about our works and why we do the things we do, I imagine. Listen for free to the public conversation about making.…

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  • This week, a fresh co-creation in S P A C E. This is in collaboration through extraordinary conversations with photographer Văn Trần. He is the feature artist for our 15 September issue of S P A C E. DK had bumped into him while on the road in one of our usual quiet moments, reflecting…

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  • ‘Beauty Vector’ is the lead story, this week in S P A C E. Here’s a link. http://gum.co/space-danang-intotheblue Loading…

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  • S P C | Đà Lạt • ‘Tôi là Tôi’ Still in Vietnam. Still writing. Still discovering. Here’s this week’s issue. http://gum.co/space-dalat-tlt Loading…

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  • S P A C E is a weekly zine. This week’s issue is called ‘New Juxtapositions’. More about it is in the description at the page on our store. Here’s a link. http://gum.co/space-fourth-newjuxtapositions Thanks! Loading…

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  • Starting next week in S P A C E, we are going to press ‘pause’ for a bit. I’ll be updating some issues like this one, Issue #83 is a re-work of an earlier one about our jaunt to the High Tatras in Slovakia. The Slovakia side of these mountains was much, much more interesting…