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Super psyched to announce that we’ll be joining our friends essential-industry, displacedsnail, Research and Destroy, and over a dozen others at Pete’s Mini Zine Fest this July!

We’ve actually never attended Pete’s before, but we’ve heard nothing but great things from those who have. It’s a small fest with a laid back vibe, hosted by a bar. So come grab some beers, buy some zines, and hang out!

More details and tabler list

Facebook event

Great to see you two yesterday, as always! I had a blast at this—great conversations with eksmithmuseum and fam, mindyindy (who drew this great-looking flyer), Margo (who draws panjikant), Andria from neverhaveparis, Katie from Free Cake for Every Creature, my good ol’ buddy Lower East Side Librarian, and all the interesting people who took a moment to stop by my table. What a good energy that event has; I never miss it. See you all next time!

I reviewed Robin Black’s new novel, Life Drawing, in today’s Philadelphia Inquirer.

Ah, summer. This little rummage sale got me thinking about old times

My zine workshop is coming up! Come to the Soapbox in West Philly on July 20th, 3-6, and make a small zine from start to finish. I’ll bring music to play while we work. It’ll be fun.


My Goodreads Giveaway has ended, and 10 books were sent out to the lucky winners. What fun!


I’ll be at this, dudes. And since I’ve gone to almost every one they’ve held I can tell you, it’s a fabulous event. Come check it out!


Look at all the cool workshops the Soapbox is hosting this summer. Mine is on July 20th. Come make a zine whydontcha!


I reviewed a few excellent YA books in the Sunday Philadelphia Inquirer, June 16.

In Tessa Hadley’s gorgeous new novel, one girl’s life feels as big as the wide world. Clever Girl review for the Philadelphia Inquirer.