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Jutchy Ya Ya: Presented by the citizens of Yapeen

I actually kind of forgot I had this one lying around here. I’ve been a bit remiss in the follow-through for my zines over the last couple of years, content to hand them to friends, post about them here and

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Who is Behind the Fat Man in Line?

I finished another zine last week as part of the latest round of Target 168, the “make a zine in 168 hours” project that the Sticky Institute runs every so often, this time around as part of the annual Festival

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Target 168: Arrival

Look what came in the post yesterday, all packed into a white-and-pink-stripey paper bag like the one the nice lady from the newsagent would put your Dear Grandma card in. The cream of the Target 168: Eurovision 2009 zine crop.

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Target 168: Signed, sealed and delivered.

I really wasn’t sure I was going to make it, but at 4.30pm yesterday afternoon I dropped off a bundle of zines at the Sticky Institute as my contribution to the Target 168 synchronised zinemaking project. It’s only 12 pages

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Target 168: Her glory has not perished, nor her freedom

I’ve been assigned my country as part of the Target 168 project and, as I had fervently hoped, Ms. Svetlana Loboda will be bringing her Hell Machine and her trio of shirtless shiny-helmeted centurions to the 2009 Eurovision Grand Final

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Sticky May Newsletter

For the zine-keen, the latest Sporadic Monthly Correspondence From the Institute is now available on their website (and email subscription too), chockers with updates from their Adelaide/Canberra/Perth/England/Alice Springs correspondents as well as the latest from Australia’s only specialist zine shop.

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Target 168 – Eurovision 2009

Earlier this year as part of International Literature Conspiracy Week, the folks at Sticky ran a little thing called Target 144, a synchronised zinemaking project/exhibition wherein zinemakers committed to starting and finishing an entire zine within the space of 144

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