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This is the RICHMOND stop on the tour for HEAVY HANGS THE HEAD, Taryn’s new book (more info at http://www.ladyteeth.com)!(Sadly, Bucky Sinister is not able to make it out east to traipse around with me Cassie J. Sneider can’t make it to Richmond but I’m excited to have lots of local zine folks join us)!

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ABOUT THESE FINE FINE PEOPLE:

Taryn Hipp is an old tattooed college lady who has been making zines for more than half her life. Currently she writes the perzine “Ladyteeth,” a collection of stories about her experiences being depressed, getting divorced, getting sober, & falling the fuck in love.

Jaime Morgan is a freelance writer and video maker residing in West Philly. A huge advocate of mental health awareness, Jaime is currently in the process of reprogramming her brain and focusing on self-care. She’s great at finding humor in the shittiest situations and is a rad example of human resilience. Jaime recently wrote her first zine, Blaming Gravity, which is about grief, depression, and all the things we’re not supposed to talk about.

Mo Karnage lives at the Wingnut Anarchist Collective and helps organize the Richmond Zine Fest. Mo likes reading lesbian mystery novels while snuggling their 2 dogs Grits and Flapjack. Mo writes the zine Cuddle Puddles and Hot Pants and wrote a book, The South is Still Rising, on the history of Radical and Anarchist Movements in Richmond VA from 1994 to 2004.

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HEAVY HANGS THE HEAD BOOK TOUR

AUGUST 22: WOODEN SHOE, PHILA PA

AUGUST 23: BLUESTOCKINGS, NY NY

AUGUST 24: BURLINGTON, VT

AUGUST 25: PAPERCUT ZINE LIBRARY, BOSTON MA

AUGUST 26: TBA, BALTIMORE, MD

AUGUST 27 THE DOLLHOUSE, WASHINGTON DC

AUGUST 28: CHOP SUEY BOOKS, RICHMOND, VA

WANNA HOST US? HOLLER.

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Come on out at 7pm on August 4th to hang out in the back yard of the Bainbridge Collective on Southside and listen to some local zinesters and zine enthusiasts read from their zines or zines they love.

Danny Rathburn will be presenting.

More confirmed readers on the way.
Please get in touch if you want to read for this event.

We are asking for folks to bring a few dollars to donate to the Richmond Zine Fest.

The Bainbridge Collective is located at 1300 Bainbridge St.