Zounds. A hearty welcome to the internet blog thing that we set up for our zine distro. It's called hoojemaflap because we're simply amazing at um, like naming ... stuff yeah?

Sunday 27 November 2011


Sunday the 12th of February, from noon til 6pm at Kebele Community Co-Op
(14 Robertson Road Bristol BS5 6JY, http://www.kebelecoop.org/)

A day of zines, workshops, tea and vegan cakes.

Hooray! Followed by yummy
Kebele dinner at 6.30pm.

We'd love for you to take part! If you're interested in having a table at
the fest, please send us an email to
bristolradicalzinefest@gmail.comanswering the following questions:
- Who are you and what do you do?
- Where are you based?
- What kind of zines would you have at your table?
- What's your price range? Would you be up for swaps?
- If you have a web page, please share it with us.

Deadlline for applications: 8th of January 2012.

Unfortunately because of limited space we won't be able to fit all the
stalls in, these questions will help us make a selection. Spaces will be
1/2 table each and we'll be asking a donation of £1 to £5 from stall
holders on the day. We're aiming for the Bristol Radical Zine Fest to be a
celebration of grassroots D.I.Y. culture!

Please pass on this email to friends who might be interested. Let us know
if you'd like us to send you posters/flyers to distribute.
Love & rage,
Bristol Radical Zine Fest crew x

Tuesday 18 October 2011

2012 almost there!! The Mayan bla bla!!

Howdo. We are still active, in a way. Here's a suggestion for a zinelibrarian conference in 2012 - website.

Also this is coming up:


Saturday 17th December

12 - 6pm

The Cowley Club
12 London Road, Brighton

Comics, zine, small press and craft fair still allocating tables so
get in touch with Paul Stapleton if you'd like a spot -

Facebook event

Sunday 24 April 2011

Zine events coming up...

Some of which we may even go to!


Calling all zinesters! Raw Print Club Zine Fair will be taking place on Saturday 28th May at Hopkinson Gallery Nottingham. Click on the above image to go to their website. If interested in taking part in the fair please get in touch with Raw Print.

May Sat 28 & Sun 29 -
International Alternative Press Festival
- with lots of other stuff happening around that time

Saturday 25th June 2011, 12pm-4pm, Free
@ The Women’s Library, 25 Old Castle Street, London
This year’s Zine Fest hopes to showcase zines, comics and small print publications made by women, queers and feminists. Please get in touch if you’d like to have a stall, offer a workshop, make an exhibition, do a presentation or skill-share, etc.
Contact: Red Chidgey, chidgeyr AT lsbu.ac.uk

Bradford -
In July hopefully!

London Zine Symposium

Happened the other week. The Radical Walking Group was cool and it was nice to see the people.

We did a stall with Pearl (Peach Melba) and got some new zines to distro including Adventures in Menstruating and Scratch That Itch.

Victoria Baths Fanzine Convention May 14 — stalls, speakers, film screening, tours, food, workshops

We aren't going to this either! But cool that Manchester has a zine event again.. Maybe next year..

The first ever fanzine convention to be held in the beautiful setting of Victoria Baths will explore the past, present and future of self-publishing through stalls featuring self-published books and zines to browse, talks, a film showing and workshops.

Manchester's opulent Edwardian water palace, which opened to the public in 1906 and closed in 1993, will be packed with events as part of the Future Everything festival.

To have a stall on the day, either as an individual zine or group of friends, costs £10. Apply by emailing Natalie.Rose.Bradbury AT googlemail.com.

All events in the building are free to enter, although donations are welcomed. Read more about the building at http://www.victoriabaths.org.uk/.

We got invited to a zinefair in San Jose

But we aren't going, coz my bike has a puncture and we aren't sure if they sell cider there. Here's the callout anyways...

CALL FOR ZINES: This is a call to all zine makers to have their zine shown in our 2011 ART OF ZINES exhibition at Anno Domini gallery. For over a decade A.D. has supported and promoted urban contemporary arts, performance & music and we believe zines have an important place in our efforts. Zines are one of the last frontiers for freedom of speech and creative self expression and we need it now more than ever.

We are especially interested in art, music, poetry, photography and other creative disciplines but are open to all zines in any format and content. Current and past issues are accepted, one copy of each is adequate. (If you choose, you may send zine multiples and/or promo cards and we'll put it out on the free counter for the taking.)

To make the exhibit a little sweeter, this year's zine show will be coordinated with the SubZERO Festival in our district which draws 10,000 - 12,000 people that enjoy the subculture artists, performers and musicians in our region. The festival takes place out front of our gallery doors in a three block area called the SoFA District. It's also the First Friday art walk with 20 venues participating. The exhibit indoors at A.D. will run for approximately 4 weeks.

Please note we do not return zines, nor will we sell them (they are just for exhibit and enjoyment purposes), but we do induct them into our zine library so they may live on.

We'd like to have all the zines for the A.D. exhibit in hand by May 21, 2011. Please email me to let me know you'll be sending us your zine, and feel free to contact us should you have additional questions. You are welcome to extend this call to other friends or forums you think will be a good fit.

The exhibition opening reception is on First Friday June 3rd, 7-11pm.

CALL FOR ZINE MAKERS: zine makers in the area are invited to be present to table / sell their zines within the SubZERO Festival (Friday, June 3rd, 6pm-midnight). Vendor fees for SubZERO is $125.00 but for zine makers that want to be a part of the communal zine dedicated area, it will only be $35 a spot, no other commission imposed. (A "spot" will be 1 standard table length.) You'll have to bring your own table/chair, we'll provide the space and lights for the evening. Please RESERVE your spot by May1st by replying to this email if you'd like to table.
http://www.SubZEROfestival.com (last year's site - updates coming soon but it'll give you an idea.)

peace, and thank you!
Cherri & Brian


Anno Domini // the second coming of Art & Design
Attn: Art of Zines
366 South First Street
San Jose, CA 95113

email: Cherri@galleryAD.com
website: www.galleryAD.com
phone: 408.271.5155

gallery hours:
Tuesday thru Friday, Noon - 7pm
Saturday, Noon - 5pm
First Fridays 7pm-11pm.

Tuesday 18 January 2011


yes - it is.

this year it is a two day smorgasboard of delights taking place at the cowley club and the hanover community centre.

saturday feb 19 sees workshops in the day and a benefit gig in the evening at the colwey

sunday feb 20 is the zinefayre at the hanover

come on down! the workshops and zinefayre are free, the gig is donations (it's how we fund the fest)

more info - brightonzinefest.co.uk

Wednesday 13 October 2010

Distro plans...

Hoojemaflap are gearing up to represent at these two fine events -

November 13
Leeds Zine Fair + Footprints 10th Bday

Footprint Workers Coop, radical printing collective based in Leeds, are co-hosting a zine fair in celebration of 10 years of printing zines and all things radical, ranty and DIY. Zinesters, community action groups, radical campaigns and collectives, art exhibitions and workshops on zine-making, eco printing, workers cooperatives, cabaret performances, veggie/vegan food, and more! 10th birthday after-party at the CommonPlace.
Address: Leeds University Union - Conference room
Time: 10am
Email: footprint@footprinters.co.uk
Web: www.footprinters.co.uk

December 11
Zine + comic fair and live bands at the Cowley Club on Saturday 11th December - all day from midday, with fanzines and comics during the day, and music in the evening.

BrightonZineFest Dates Set!!!!!

It's gonna be Sat/Sun Feb 19/20, 2011...

More info coming soon on brightonzinefest.co.uk or via the evil facebook -

Wednesday 18 August 2010

two beers two ciders

here we are sitting on maura's laptop and planning future events

tunbridge wells - hosts its first ever zine event on 21st august. hoojemaflap zine distro in the house. come say hi.


birmingham zinefest is happening on sept 11 and we won't be there, maybe next time. we will be surreptiously hanging out at bristle anarchist bookfair though. same day. more expensive tables. suckers.


we might be going to york! in march. to talk about our distro and maybe some other stuff. it's an academic/activist conference revolving around the question of can feminist art change the world...