Reading Frenzy ~ An Independent Press Emporium

Crap Hound Print No. 1: Eyes

November 28, 2010: Crap Hound editor/creator Sean Tejaratchi is creating a trio of prints for our current Kickstarter project based on the themes of No. 5: Hands, Hearts & Eyes. Currently only available through our Kickstarter project, they will be archival pigment digital prints, 16x20, on cotton rag paper.

Crap Hound Print No. 2: Hands

November 28, 2010: Crap Hound editor/creator Sean Tejaratchi is creating a trio of prints for our current Kickstarter project based on the themes of No. 5: Hands, Hearts & Eyes. Currently only available through our Kickstarter project, they will be archival pigment digital prints, 16x20, on cotton rag paper.

Crap Hound Print No. 3: Hearts

November 28, 2010: Crap Hound editor/creator Sean Tejaratchi is creating a trio of prints for our current Kickstarter project based on the themes of No. 5: Hands, Hearts & Eyes. Currently only available through our Kickstarter project, they will be archival pigment digital prints, 16x20, on cotton rag paper.

Put A Egg On It Kickstarter!

November 26, 2010: The lovely folks behind the New York based zine Put A Egg on It have jumped on the Kickstarter bandwagon to help fund their third issue! Chock full of photo essays, recipes and wonderful illustrations, Put A Egg On It all centered around the communal joy of cooking.

Check out their website to get your hands on Issues #1 and #2!

Collateral Matters

I'm so excited for Collateral Matters curated by our pals Kate Bingaman-Burt and Clifton Burt! The Museum of Contemporary Craft invited them to create an exhibition from materials often overlooked in museum collections. Using printed materials and ephemera from the Museum archive, the exhibition reveals stories about the history of printing and design in Portland, and communicates how such printed materials construct institutional identity.

Contribute now to the SADNESS ZINE

Sadness zine cover

Reading Frenzy's own Hazel Newlevant is creating an anthology of deepest sadness, and is looking for submissions. Be it genuinely sad, hilariously sad, or both; comics, drawings, photos, poetry, stories -- however you prefer to express your inner angst!


There are more deets on her website, newlevant.com, or send inquiries to hazel@newlevant.com