Last week I was lucky enough to be featured in a friend of a friend’s Melbourne-based zine, Zinm by Marc Bonnici.
Our mutual friend Anthony had been urging me to check out his self-titled blog for the better part of a year, until I happened upon last month’s copy of Zinm that he’d brought to a get-together.
I was instantly drawn in as I briefly flicked through the pages, a picture from Mean Girls staying most clearly in my mind. (“Burn Book” is a regular feature of Zinm.)
Try as I might, I was never able to get my mitts on a copy of last month’s edition, but better still, I was able to be featured in this month.
As Australia Day rolls around again, guest contributors Anita Calavetta, Marc Bergmann, Dodie Smith, and Muriel Barbery, as well as Marc himself, muse about what Australia means to us. Yours truly continues on her plight to get the safety net for footballers behaving badly removed, as I feel that is a strong part of Aussie culture.
Unfortunately there are not any copies of the latest edition available, as there is a limited print run. But the title has doubled in demand since its inception three issues ago. If you are interested in bagging a copy, I suggest you check out Marc’s blog and drop him a line.
Us independent writers have got to stick together.
Related: Beauty & the Bestiality.
Why Are Famous Men Forgiven for Their Wrongdoings, While Women Are Vilified for Much Less?
Bad Boys, Whatcha Gonna Do? Host a Seven Family Show.
Elsewhere: [Marc Bonnici] Homepage.