See you there:
Sat, October 25, 10am – 6pm:  LOCUST MOON FESTThe Rotunda, 4014 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

Microcombobulated at SPX « The Hooded Utilitarian

Reptile Museum write-up by James Romberger.

I’ll be here:
Sat, October 4, 11am – 6pm:  RICHMOND ZINE FESTThe Gay Community Center of Richmond at 1407 Sherwood Ave, Richmond, VA 23220
mgglnt:

filled a page with memories from #spx2014
It’s been a week since SPX and I’m still sick with Con Crud as Mari Naomi calls it. I got a total of 12 hours of sleep the whole weekend. Highlights include:
Rooming with Foxing Quarterly (who sold prints and made a straight killing).
Using the hotel’s gym and experiencing an elliptical machine for the first time ever.
Bethesda’s surprising delicious food options. Ize’s Deli, Ethiopian, Korean… Chicken nuggets supplied by Locust Moon.
Non-stop jiu jitsu talk with Mickey Z, Meredith Gran, Bryan G. Brown and everybody else.
As usual, skipping the Ignatz Awards. Ceremony gives me panic attacks. Simon Hanselmann married Comics. I heard it was theatrical and romantic. I would have died.
Following the Awards, a shiny prom organized by Dirty Diamonds.
Demonstrating FACE YOUR FEAR at the after-party to whomever asked and freaking them out.
Swapping shoes with Vreni Stollberger.
J-BAY coining the expression: "Cumming is the opposite of blogging."
This is how my table looked at the end of SPX before I packed up.
Almost everything sold out. Wow.
Thanks everyone. Thanks First Second & Sacred Prism for being nice table neighbors (even though Sacred P left my company on the second day to sit next to Meg Turbitt—who has great and gross comixxx incidentally). Thanks SPX organizers and Big Planet Comics.
BTW, never table by yourself. Always use the buddy system. Good show.
See my Instagram for more pics.
danielspottswood:

SPX 2014
Come see me and RAY RAY BOOKS. New REPTILE MUSEUM. ISSUE 4! Table E6.
Sat, September 14, 11am – 7pm - Sun, September 15, noon – 6pm: SPXBethesda North Marriott Hotel & Conference Center, 5701 Marinelli Road, North Bethesda, MD 20852
I did this for FOREVER GREEN: A Mighty Morphin Fanzine Curated by Foxing Quarterly.
Never a bad question.
Artist portrait by Box Brown.
The legendary Antonio Inoki, shoot wrestler and political activist.
RAY RAY BOOKS will be present:
Join us for the second annual Bushwick Art Book & Zine Fair (BABZ Fair) taking place during the weekend of June 20 – 22, 2014.
BLONDE ART BOOKS has invited artists, writers, independent publishers, and designers to present recent work in the form of artist and poetry books, periodicals, zines, and limited edition prints.
This year the fair will be hosted by SIGNAL. The entire ground floor of the gallery as well as the backyard are open to the public for the duration of the fair. Book launches, readings, and other diverse programming will take place throughout the weekend (a complete schedule will be available shortly).
BBQ by Miles AwayBeer provided by PBR
The Perfect Nothing Catalog – an on-going residency in the backyard of SIGNAL will be open  throughout the weekend.
LOCATION:SIGNAL260 Johnson AvenueBrooklyn, NY 11206Montrose L Train
FAIR DATES & TIMES:Friday June 20, 7-10pmSaturday June 21, 2-7pmSunday June 22, 2-7pm
PARTICIPANTS INCLUDE:
BF BifocalsBooklynCindersSara CwynarRyan FoersterFood I Corp EnterpriseHeather GuertinHasslaInterstateMatthew C. LangeMiniature GardenNOWORKNRPPau Wau PublicationsPenny-AntePeradamCody PickrodtSmall EditionsSwill ChildrenAlex ThebezWendy’s SubwayGrant Willing
ABOUT SIGNAL Founded by Alexander Johns, Kyle Clairmont Jacques and Mckenzie Urschva, SIGNAL is a gallery dedicated to staging ambitious, often large-scale exhibitions by emerging artists.
Images and details from last year’s inaugural fair – BABZ FAIR 2013
Artist portrait by Katie Skelly.