If something gets enough attention, eventually the rough edges will smooth out and it will get a bit of a shiny patina. Good or bad, this is what happens with everything from neighbourhoods to cultural movements. But, what can we do to retain those edges that made that something so appealing in the first place?

Laura Threthewey, who paid us visit in the Reading Raum last summer, has written an interesting piece in Broken Pencil on the subject. You can read it HERE.

I, personally, want to believe there is room in zine world for artists and zines in the art world. I’m pretty sure I’m not alone on this one. Besides, there’s still a lot of charm in the sharp edge of a saddle-stitch.