Lazy Hammock Days

I love hammocks. They are portable, cheap, lightweight, comfy, versatile and cool as anything. It's so easy to throw one in my bag and cycle to a the local woods or a park. I can spend hours reading and writing and sketching and chatting and enjoying the sun. If there's loads of us there is … Continue reading Lazy Hammock Days


Book Review – Pachinko

Pachinko is a multigenerational saga that spans four generations of a Korean family. The various book covers are just gorgeous, yes I judge books by their covers and what? It begins in Yeongdo, Busan with an arranged marriage between Hoonie, the cleft-lipped, club-footed son of a fisherman, and Yangjin, a 15-year-old “as mild and tender … Continue reading Book Review – Pachinko

28: Open Call…

...for an awesome Zine. Submit to NOTTSZINE@GMAIL.COM I am making a Zine. "What's a Zine?" I hear you ask. Well... Zines are self-published, small-circulation, often nonprofit books, papers, or websites. They usually deal with topics too controversial or niche for mainstream media, presented in an unpolished layout and unusual design. If you want a Brief … Continue reading 28: Open Call…