Describe your work in two sentences or less.
Drippy Bone Books publishes Art Zines and Comix. We Are Not Well.
Where are your favorite places (in your neighborhood or online) to find new zines?
There are no places I like for comix/ zines in L.A. DBB has little to no support locally… So I do not support the stores whom do not support me…I get most of my comix and zines directly from the creators online, or by buying 25 cent comix from shitty shops.
What are you working on for the Fest this year?
The HUMANS #0 is a high octane, no holds barred, Ape biker gang chopper ride into 70’s exploitation genre bliss!!!
A clusterfuck of chains, sex, leather, denim, hair, blood, bananas and chrome! #0 is a preview issue for the series that artist Tom Neely (Henry & Glenn Forever/The Wolf/The Blot) and I are planning to release in 2014!
Plus I hope to have issue 1 of my new comic mini series, Welcome Fever, It’s Me – The Magic: Free Tokyo Don! done in time to premiere at L.A. Zinefest!
I will also have our previously published works, prints, and weirdnesss.
How did you get involved in making zines?
I woke up one day and made one. Its that easy.
What’s your favorite part of LA Zine Fest?
The ladies who run this event care. They try their damnedest to make the event not only have a good turn out, but to inform the L.A. public about zines and the culture of Indy artists trying to express themselves thru the art of publishing.
I’ve met some awesome artists and creators over the last 2 years. It also give me a chance to see great friends and artists from out of town whom venture long ways to be apart of this event.
I really appreciate the L.A. Zine Fest and all the hard work the ladies do to make this shit happen. Its a good thing for L.A. and for publishers and artists everywhere.
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