Marnie Galloway, Dave Kelly and Lara Antal.
Jess Ruliffson draws all day.
Robyn Chapman was stuck down in what people started calling “the dungeon.” I thought her spot was pretty sweet, right on the corner, next to a cool pillar.
Jensine Eckwall and Peter Schmidt.
Hazel Newlevant drew my portrait.
The ground floor crowd on DAY 1.
Matt Crabe and Wizard Skull.
Jenna and Emma of HeadQuarters from Northampton, MA.
Jeremy Sorese is a killer illustrator and has a massive graphic novel coming out soon.
Caroline Tompkins and Jack put together a very popular X-files fanzine. They are also very proud of their breakfast.
Ellen Lindner and Steve Seck. Popcorn is serious.
Eric and Sara. These table neighbors kept me company all day. They were good people. I showed them how to correctly peel a banana.
Robin Enrico just finished his long running comic and doesn’t know what’s next, but clearly that doesn’t matter. Look at the serenity on his face.
Liz Prince. Looks like Liz Prince.
This brave women, Jessica Edmiston, quit her day job to pursue self-publishing. Amazing.
The indomitable Lyra Hill.
Hayley Blatte draws hairy sexy chicks.
…check it out.
Kjersti Faret. She’s an up-and-comer.
Malaka Gharib of The Runcible Spoon.
Gabe Fowler approves.
In the afternoon, the space started to fill up.
It wasn’t long before people where shoulder to shoulder.
Good vibes. Good flow.
That’s it. Brooklyn Zine Fest was amazing. Thanks Matt Carman and Kseniya Yarosh for organizing such a wildly successful event.
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