So sad, ZineWriMo 2018 had officially ended! But that doesn’t mean the end of zine-making of course. 🙂 This year ZineWriMo was again a nice way to spend some extra creative time in the grey and cold month of November.
This final week of ZineWriMo has been a quiet week for me as I was very tired, got a bad cold and so didn’t do much. I guess I had it coming with last week’s busy schedule. I did make some progress in writing for YngWHO though.
One of my favourite prompts of ZineWriMo 2018 is creating or assembling a zine travel kit. This is a kit you take along while away from home to work on your zine projects. I usually fill this pink little bag with pens, pencils, and scissors, along with a folder for paper and half-finished pages. Often I carry a sketchbook or notebook as well. And then everything goes in my backpack or another bag.
So that was it for this week I’m afraid.
So which goals did I accomplish this month?
- I finished the Guitarrr #2 mini-zine.
- I made progress on Same Heartbeats #14 and YngWho.
- I started working on my Zinespiration mini-zine.
- I created an idea notebook.
- I sat in a panel about radical books and zines that was recorded for a podcast.
- I traded zines, read zines, reviewed zines…
- I blogged about ZineWriMo.
I didn’t get to work on the Brussels tourist zine but my friend Sister Ray Zines did, yay! 🙂
So I didn’t finish most of the zines I’ve been working on but that gives me some things to do in the next months. 🙂
What did you do during Zine Writing Month this year?