Get to Know Your Zinester: theNewerYork

Josh, Editor of theNewerYork
Describe your zine style. What can we expect to find at your table?
Our zine style is outwardly classic literary magazine, inwardly bizarre and out of control. We have published 2 issues of theNewerYork lot mag, they are both about 80 pages, perfect bound, soft cover and full of bizarre stories, all less than two pages.

We also buy and print art from our magazine so at our table you will find the following: Numerous copies of our first two issues, original screen prints of pages/stories from the magazine enlarged, original work submitted to theNewerYork and then purchased by us,  and maybe coolest of all, custom made NewerYork screenprinted t-shirts by renowned NYC street artist Paul Richard.

What are your three favorite small-press/DIY publications?
Barge Press out of Seattle, DUM DUM ZINE out of Los Angeles and Gigantic Sequins out of I don’t know where.

What advice would you give to a first-time zinester or to an aspiring zinemaker?
Content and design are equally important if you want a well rounded product.

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