Every Thursday I make my way to the local library to peruse the books on my current topic of interest (lately herbalism, greyhound adoption, and
When I first thought of making my own zine library I was at a loss as to what would fit them all. How could it
Two weeks ago I posted about how I was sick of all my zines being in a cardboard box and had started building a system
The very nature of being a zine maker leads me to own a crap ton of zines. I’ve participated in swaps, I’ve purchased them from
It was too much for one post, so I broke my bookish happiness into two. Part 1 was how to make time, part 2 is about affording it.
When I really get in a reading mood, I can blaze through a book or two a week. At $10-15 each, books can add up. Honestly, that’s just not an option. Here is how I keep my hunger for books fed and affordable:
I stopped by the library just to get “a book or two” and found a whole slew of great new books that they just added.
I told you, oh, last week, that I would post the other set of books that I fell in love with at the library. It’s
Well, in all honesty it was last week that I picked these books up. I’ve decided to break it up into two groups this week
I work just a block away from the library, so I go there pretty often. I shuffle through craft books pretty quickly, about 10 or