So pleased that Mischief is now available at these fine places:
Atomic Books (USA)
3620 Falls Rd
Baltimore, MD 21211
These guys carry pretty much every independent book known to man. They also said some rather nice things about Mischief:
“Katrin describes this mini as a “collection of odd drawings to make you happy,” and her description is spot on. From koalas crushed by love to a dolphin too smart for its own good to ugly dogs who find beauty in each other, Mischief fills you both warm fuzzies and chuckles.”
- Benn Ray
Boddinstr. 60, Berlin
Photo Credit: Idrawalot Facebook Page
My first ever stockist. The guys who run it are top blokes and, if you’re lucky enough, you might even meet T-Bone, the four-legged ladies man.
They’ve also just opened a screen printing studio in the basement. Worth checking out if you need anything printed.
No Guts No Glory (UK)
Exeter EX4 3AN
Photo Credit: No Guts No Glory Facebook Page
I’ve had a quiet crush on this little shop for around a year now so am pretty stoked that Mischief is part of it.
1854 W. North Ave
Chicago, IL 60622
An independent bookstore with a huge selection of almost any independently published book or zine you could ever want. Or so the legend goes.
Of course, if you can’t make it to any of these places, Mischief is also available directly from the online shop.
On 1 March, like clockwork, a sliver of sunshine melted the grey Berlin sky. It stayed for four days before quietly retreating, whispering “lol jk!” as it went.
A couple of weeks later, it’s snowing. Kids are even sliding around on sleds outside my window. It’s like winter never left.
Haha, Berlin, you’re so funny.
View of the ground outside my apartment. It’s usually brown.
Here’s a bit more about them:
“Anikibo is the first peer-to-peer online marketplace specifically for independent publishers making, creating and publishing beautiful physical magazines, zines & comics.
We stock an eclectic range of independent published media that you won’t find anywhere else in one place. Bring forth the ’Print Revival’ debate, reinvigorate a passion for printed matter.”
I recently attended my First. Ever. Baby Shower. It was incredible. We spent hours getting giddy on sugar in a room choked with balloons and sparkles. We also played several baby-related games. One of them involved listing all the items a baby might need in babyhood. In a fructose-induced stupor, the most relevant words I could think of were “Booties” and “Boobs”.
Here’s a sneak peek:
“Germans are always prepared for the rain.”