Lindsay Anne Watson is a Portland based interdisciplinary artist and educator who is not afraid of thunder. Her work is centered on fever dreams, false memories, and the emotional experience. She is known for her books Year of the Nightmare and Well at the Very Least.
3rd Annual EUZINE Comics & Zine Fest!
Saturday, November 10th, 2018
In the Auditorium at the Lane Events Center/Lane County Fairgrounds
796 W 13th Ave, Eugene, OR 97402
FREE TO ATTEND!!
ALL AGES WELCOME!
We'll be hosting over 140 tabling artists (including zine distros and publishing houses) selling comics, zines, art media, literary works, and more! NEW THIS YEAR: Event will include artist presenters and performances. We're bringing back the classics as well: Photo Booth, Art wall, and Zine-making area.
Special thanks to the Precipice Fund Grant for helping us host a much bigger EUZINE Fest event!
Another huge thanks to our friends At EUCON! We are hosting the same weekend and right next-door to EUCON/Eugene Comic Con!!! Also there is a pigeon show that same day at the fairgrounds, amazing. While you enjoy all the festivities, keep in mind that EUZINE Comics & Zine Fest is ONE DAY ONLY!
Find your favorite artists here :
Travis Rommereim is a Seattle based printer who has worked on such titles as Night Time and Desert. He has worked on anthologies such as Thick as Thieves. Travis is a master of storytelling, weaving the surreal into narrative and enthralling you with his beautiful craft. Come hear him talk about his process this Saturday at the lane County Fairgrounds Auditorium~!
Instagram : @travisrommereim
Web : https://travisrommereim.tumblr.com/
WHAT IS HENBANE MAGAZINE?
HENBANE a full page independently published annual magazine that focuses on women, non-binary, and people of all trans identities sharing stories, experiences and land based skills split more or less between personal narratives, poems, essays, and DIY articles.
The Henbane Collective and zine was inspired by Country Women, a 70’s feminist back-to-the-land magazine. We recognize the important contributions of those who preceded us. Our goal with this publication is to expand the concept and create a non-condescending, non-competitive way to share land-based skills, bringing together a widespread and diverse community.
WHO IS HENBANE?
Henbane contributors come from all parts of so-called North America. Currently the core collective of editors is small, but we would like to have more people involved in: social media, distribution, communications, art and design, and fundraising.
WHY DO WE MAKE HENBANE?...
TO RESIST CAPITALISM AND PATRIARCHY
Our interest in re-establishing a connection with nature is a form of resistance to the destructive systems of capitalism and patriarchy. We are committed to uplifting folks who identify as women, trans, non-binary, gender nonconforming, people of color, indigenous, queer, poor, fat, immigrants, undocumented, non-native english speakers, differently abled, neurodivergent, young, old, and others who are held down by the dominant culture. Gender and feminism are not static, and we understand that our collective idea of those concepts will continue to evolve.
Instagram : @henbane_zine
Web : www.gofundme.com/Henbane
Eunsoo Jeong is a Los Angeles based artist. Born in South-Korea, she immigrated to San Francisco 2001 at age 13. After receiving Bachelor Fine Arts at Animation/ Illustration program at San Jose State University, she headed down to Los Angeles to pursue her career in animation industry. She has been working as a color stylist for multiple projects for animation studios in LA. She now works as a freelance artist, focusing on artworks that represent herself and issues that speak to her personally. Her comic "Koreangry" represents her personal struggle living in LA as a Korean American immigrant woman with twisted and sarcastic humor. You can easily spot her in local cafes, bookstores, and LA-Metro.
Instagram : @madeinkorea1988 & @koreangry