Thursday, May 28, 2009

Scrabble Night

Last night was scrabble night. It was a good time with pie and letters and neighbours and friends. This afternoon I'll be giving five copies of the publication to Caliban Books on Craig Street in Oakland, and then talk to Joseph L. Flatly, who's going to put together the next issue. In the meantime I'm reading Dune and thinking about the book I'm writing, and sweating in the summer heat.

Sunday, May 24, 2009

Cyberpunk Apocalypse Issue 1: released

Cyberpunk Apocalypse Issue 1:an intellectual property is in stores now. It can be found at the Bid Idea in Bloomfield, Copacetic Comics in Squirrel Hill and at Phantom of the Attic in Oakland. You can also get a copy at the Cyberpunk Apocalypse at open hours or at any of our events. Every copy has a silk-screened cover and each one was bound in our living room. We're asking for $4 per copy, and all of the proceeds benefit the Cyberpunk Apocalypse Writer's project.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Publication Release Party

On May 22nd we are having a release party for Welcome to the Cyberpunk Apocalypse: Issue 1. An intellectual property, and a silent art auction for Cyberpunk Apocalypse-themed art, at the Cyberpunk Apocalypse: 5431 Carnegie Street.
There will be a suggested donation of $3-5 per copy of the publication, and hanging out & having fun will be free
Artists wishing to be awesome and donate art for the auction should contact Daniel soon because the art must be ready to be put up by the time of the event (!)
All proceeds will benefit the Cyberpunk Apocalypse writer's project.

Zine reading this Friday: West Coaster plus locals

Friday, May 8th: zine reading at the Cyberpunk Apocalypse!

Moe Bowstern, long-time publisher of the zine Xtra Tuf, is coming through town and will read from her zine about being a commercial fisherwoman. Several local zine writers (Ocean, Artnoose, Mary, Leanne, Dan, etc.) will also be reading. This is going to be a stellar event. Please bring $ to buy zines from Moe to help her get back to Portland.

6 pm potluck, 7:30 readings