Martyn Johnston from HowDO?! in conversation with Caroline Hick, Friday 17th May at Bradford Baked Zines
Brian Lewis from Longbarrow Press talk, Friday 17th May, on the ethics and aesthetics of self-publishing poetry
Vicky and Fliss from SW London and Surrey Zines, talking about the collective and their own experiences and history of zine making, Friday 17th May
Some of the zines Vicky and Fliss brought up with them.
Zine Bingo with performance artist Marianne Springham and friend, DJing by the fantastic Dom from No Hands
Did you buy your bus bingo ticket?
Simon hoping he has a line…
And he does! The lucky winner of a signed photo of the Ticket Inspector
Vicky wins some zines at the tombola
Rachel Kaye and Em Ledger outside Bradford Baked Zines before their per-zine talk, Saturday 18th May
Cat Simons, Rachel Kaye and Em Ledger, speakers at per-zine discussion event, Saturday 18th May
Cat Simons reading from her zine ‘Letters To My Teenage Self”
Claire Potter live typewriter performance without an audience, Saturday 18th May
Jed and Simon geeking over The Cunningham Amendment. Photo by Sam Dakin
Tess Connor – Kavanagh performing as part of What The Folk music segment at Bradford Baked Zines. Many thanks to Tess for organising this lovely event for us
Many thanks to everyone who participated, performed, helped us, and came along to make Bradford Baked Zines a fantastic week which made our ziney hearts soar. Special thanks go to Dom Sheard, Tess Connor-Kavanagh and Gideon Seymour for their work and support.