VLOG: December 2020

Welcome to our December 2020 updates! We hope you had a fantastic festive season, and we want to wish you the happiest of new years! We hope 2021 is treating you well! In today‚Äôs vlog, we will be travelling back in time a little, and sharing with you all the wonderful things we got up […]

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An Interview with Tentaclerental

Check out Tentaclerental at The First Annual [Virtual] Coin-Operated Press Christmas Zine Fair by clicking this link now!! “Tentaclerental is Ren Wednesday, a queer zine-maker, artist, carer, sometime podcaster, and fledgling drummer who lives in Glasgow and is acquiring hobbies at an alarming rate. Their published zines are both personal and fictional, and explore themes […]

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An Interview with sublunam

Check out sublunam at The First Annual [Virtual] Coin-Operated Press Christmas Zine Fair by clicking this link now!! “Jess uses found words and erasure to create hybrid texts that reflect on mental health, relationships, and the body. Her background is in the history of medicine and the brain in antiquity, and she’s currently writing a […]

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An Interview with Sean Dempsey

Check out Sean Dempsey at The First Annual [Virtual] Coin-Operated Press Christmas Zine Fair by clicking this link now!! “Sean Dempsey graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design with a BFA in Sequential Art. His independent comics focus on curiosity and adventure through traveling or misfit characters. Whether in a comic, illustration, or […]

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An Interview with Regional By Sam

Check out Regional By Sam at The First Annual [Virtual] Coin-Operated Press Christmas Zine Fair by clicking this link now!! “Sam has always been an “artist” but is a relatively new zinester based in Doylestown, PA. She recently opened a new Instagram account dedicated to her art (@RegionalBySam) and loves to exchange/share zines. Most of […]

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