The Wyrdoe Road Show

 

Teach Me Equals

A wyrdoe hybrid evening at the Tannex

TEACH ME EQUALS + Merma & Roberta + Ermine

SEPTEMBER 23rd, 8:30PM
+++++Suggested donation of FIVE DOLLARS, please– for the bands, and for your friendly neighborhood DIY, artist-run space, the Tannex.+++++

Teach Me Equals returns to the Tannex for another great, wyrdoe evening. Merma and Roberta, and Ermine, too.

(((((ALERT:)))))
Red Rumsey has had to cancel his appearance on this tour. News as it comes…

$5 (FIVE DOLLARS).

SEPTEMBER 23rd, 8:30PM
A wyrdoe hybrid evening at the Tannex
TEACH ME EQUALS return…

“A sexy, sinister sound… [Teach Me Equals] is willing to walk the line between catchy, crafty, and cathartic.” -This Week In Sarasota

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MERMA & ROBERTA

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Ermine

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REDRUMSEY (Coming to the Tannex in March.)
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Locals MERMA & ROBERTA
(Mauro Woody and Anna Mall)
ZINE Readings about the ROAD w/
Liza Liza +Billy+Eric
+ a short set by Ermine (Marya)

TUESDAY, September 23rd @ EIGHT-THIRTY PM
FIVE DOLLARS
Raising some cane, and some coin for touring bands,
locals, and ABQ Zine Fest.

MERCH and Zines for sale.

Beatnik Bike-In TONIGHT!

 

Beatnik Bike-In is THIS EVENING at the Tannex, 8pm! Just FIVE SMACKERS, in support of ABQZF. (If you are going on the ride, it starts at the UNM Duck Pond at 6pm for a Bosque ride, ending at the Tannex.) Either way you get there, it’s going to be a fun evening of popcorn, poems and stories. See you cats there!

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The World Loves a Bad Girl

Tahnee Udero and ABQZF present:

DESPERATE YOUTH ZINE Pre-Release Party!
Friday, September 12th at 8PM
@ The Tannex, 1417 4th Street SW
Zine Reading ++ Sing-a-Long Film Screening ++ Popcorn ++ Prizes
Raise some coin for ABQZF!

Tahnee’s DESPERATE YOUTH ZINE Volume 2 is all about GIRL GANGS! The world loves a bad girl, as we love girl gangs even more!

FIVE DOLLARS gets you in, plus a change to win a YEAR SUBSCRIPTION to Tom Tom Magazine– the world’s only magazine dedicated to female drummers! This is awesome!

Desperate Youth

Let’s talk about . . .

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Liza Liza and Hunter MC a fun, sexy night of smutty, smutty trivia to raise money for ABQ Zine Fest!! Test your sexy knowledge! Win prizes! This SATURDAY, August 30th 8pm at the Tannex TEAM UP and pay just 10 bucks (teams of up to 5 players).

Yummy treats!
Zine Readings!

Prizes donated by:
Betty’s Bath & Day Spa

Self Serve Sexuality Resource Center

Goddess Bod

Pornotopia

Ale Republic

Elissa McGovern

Tom Tom Magazine

Duke City Donuts

It’s going to be a nice and naughty night!!


abqzinefest.com

TABLE REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!

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 ABQZF 2014 Table REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

CLICK HERE to sign up!

Registration CLOSES on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th at MIDNIGHT! Space is limited. Don’t wait!

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CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS!

Wanna VOLUNTEER and help make this year’s fest the absolute best? Please do! Fill out the contact form and away we go. THANKS!

TESLA Reading and Book Signing with Illustrator Elizabeth Haidle

 

Photo by Steven David Johnson

Photo by Steven David Johnson

A year in the making, and now Mind Afire: The Visions of TESLA is here!

Come hear Elizabeth read from the graphic novel– you’ll probably want to buy your own autographed copy.

If you’ve been considering crowd sourcing to fund your next creative project, find out just how Elizabeth, and collaborator Abigail Samoun surpassed their Kickstarter goal by a remarkable 749%.

TESLA Reading
3/14
7pm
@ The Tannex

Abigail Samoun, author:
During her ten years as a children’s book editor, Abigail has edited board books, picture books, middle-grade novels, & young-adult novels for Tricycle Press, Random House, Simon & Schuster, and Little Brown. She co-founded Red Fox Literary agency in 2012
http://www.redfoxliterary.com/

Elizabeth Haidle, illustrator:
Working from northern New Mexico, she juggles painting, graphic design, & clawhammer banjo. Recent illustration projects include *cover design & imagery for ‘Encyclopedia of the Exquisite’ (by Jessica Kerwin Jenkins) Random House, Fall 2011 * illustrations for picture book series ‘Olivier & the Magic Paintbrush’ (by Menno Visser) Parvenu Publishing, Spr 2013.
http://www.ehaidle.com/

Valentine’s Day Dirty Zine Reading at the Tannex!

We’re BACK!!

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY, perverts!
Come to the Tannex, Friday, February 14th at 7pm for naughty crafts, zines, music and, DAMN!

Jessica Helen Lopez reads from her new book:
CUNT BOMB

http://amzn.to/1e53lXR

Music’tudes The JEEBIES!
No two The Jeebies shows are alike! Here’s a taste:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XIwj_cB0Kk

Experimental performance by Barb Geary!

Crafts!

ZINE Readings by:
Liza
Marya
Billy
Ruby le Coq
Alex Ross-Raymond
Dirty SKYPE by Andy

MORE!  Just $5

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Dia De Los MADRES

THANKS for making the 3rd Annual ABQ Zine Fest event SO GREAT. Do you realize that happened THIS MONTH? Yeah– seems like a world away . . .

THIS FRIDAY we’re hosting an evening of music and a few zine readings, too! Hope you can make it!

Help keep FOOD IN THE MOUTHS of the Baby Gatas!
The Tannex hosts an event to help keep some heads above water, making a way when they can . . .

Dia_de_los_MadresUP THE HOLLER “Original songs of love and freezing to death. Bluegrass music in the old-time hills style.” https://www.facebook.com/UptheHoller


JESSICA MIL
S: Radical Mom and ZINESTER FOR LIFE http://abqzinefest.com/zinester-interview-jessica-mills-radical-mom/

MERMA & ROBERTA: Duo that claims to be from New Jersey, loves Alpaca Buttah and Designing Women.  https://www.facebook.com/AlpacaButtah

SEVEN PM sharp. For the babies. . .
The TANNEX
1417 4th. St. SW
11/1/13
(Original artwork by Dhaveed Woody.)

Zinester Interview with Alex the Intrepid!

 

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Alex Wrekk is in town from Portland, OR! Like Ms. Adderley, Alex Wrekk trekked across a handful of states to table at our fledging wee fest– why don’t you come down and get some zines from her distro, Portland Button Works, and check our her long-running zine– Brainscan.

Please tell us about the zines you’ll be tabling at ABQZF!

Portland Button Works will bring our whole zine distro including my personal zine, Brainscan. We will also have our whole catalog of zine themed buttons. I’ve been creating Brainscan since 1997 and it is a zine that has grown as changed over the years some topics have included: travel, stories, reproductive health, love, recovery from emotional abuse, and more wrapped in stark black and white photocopier art layout.

What do you say when someone asks you,  “What are zines?”

Sounds like magazine, without the “maga”. They are like small self published magazine where people get to tell their own story or include their own art. Zines are physical things (e-zines are not zines!) but there is also a large network of communities that celebrate and participate in the culture of zines.

Do you have a zine crush? If so, are you willing to reveal the object of your zine affection?

Of course, but I’m not telling you!

What’s the most challenging thing about zine making?

Finding the time to make them these days.

How long have you been writing zines, and how did you get started?What do you enjoy most about making zines?

I started my first zine in 1994, but didn’t put it out until 1995. I keep reading them and one day it hit me “I can make these too!”

Roughly how many zines do you archive in your personal collection?

Thousands and thousands over the years. I’ve been passing them on lately, though.

So much of the written word we now experience via digital media. Why are zines important?

Because zines can get to places that digital media can’t. There is something very special about the tangibility of zines and holding something in your hand that you know the creator of it touched it as well.

 

Thanks, Alex!

 

 

 

 

Queen of the Road: Zinester, Mother, Publisher, Sage Adderley

Sage_ARight now, zinesters are motoring across the deserts of ‘MERICA, soon to arrive in Albuquerque for ABQZF (It’ll be a speedy journey, as nearly all of the Nation’s national parks are CLOSED, but all the better for US. Get here already)!

One such zinester is Sage Adderley, cruising in from Olympia, Washington. Sage is the proud owner of Sweet Candy Distro, one of the most orderly and and diverse distros in all the land.  Sweet Candy works with writers from all over the US and around the globe. Topics featured in SCD include mental health, feminism, body image, gender, parenting, food, travel, art, survival, fiction stories, and so much more. Check it out! The amazing Sage also runs Sage’s Blog Tours-- an online service that secures “book tours” for authors via the pages of popular literary blog sites. WHAT?! Like we said, BRILLIANT.

If that weren’t enough, Sage, mother of three, also just added a book publishing arm to Sweet Candy. She just released Heavy Hangs the Head, by zinester Taryn Hipp (Lady Teeth), and is currently collaborating with zinester Jonas Cannon (Cheer the F Up) to publish his book, The Greatest Most Traveling Circus. In fact, they just launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise the necessary funds to get the book to press. Click the photo below to screen their campaign video!

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Photo by Courtney Dowdall

 

 

 

 

 

 

A zinester in her own right, Sage will be tabling her long-running zines, Marked for Life and the comp zine about loving your body,  FAT-TASTIC. She’s also writing and editing her first novel. (Jeez! Did we mention she has THREE KIDS? How do you do it, Sage?!) You can take a look at Sage’s zines right here.But why not save you dollars and purchase zines from Sage in person, on Saturday at ABQZF?!

 

Photos courtesy of Sage Adderley and Courtney Dowdall.