8 risograph printed zines from the ANEMONE zine residency
A set of eight 24-page risograph printed zines! We collaborated over the course of a few months in summer 2021, working in parallel to each make a zine, and sharing technical advice and editing and encouragement. ANEMONE printed the pages on a risograph machine, then the residency group got together to assemble them, which involved lots of cutting and folding and stapling and chatting! We made 150 copies of each small book.
Inside, you’ll find poetry, photography, notes on publishing and good books to read, personal essays, illustrations, a colored clay how-to and a guide to Seattle bike rides. We really hope you enjoy!
More information and additional images of the zines at anemone.studio/residency and on instagram @anemone.es ~
RISOGRAPH RESIDENCY 01 ZINES
Chasing Whiteness — Annie Park
Exploring a family's trunk full of old family photos, living through a pandemic, half closing your eyes out of fear and contempt because of hate crimes
Handbuilding with Colored Clay — Ashley Campbell
A illustrative introduction into handbuilding techniques using colored clay that will elevate hobbyists, beginners and experienced ceramicist alike!
Hold Her — Caitlyn Edson
A series of short personal essays and collages that center on the body, grief, queerness, and being.
REBIRTH — Isabela Garcia
A dissent from society through photography. It is a meditation on power, pleasure, vulnerability and release.
Eat Books — Kim Kent
A zine for hungry readers, including a collection of poems and essays by writers on their reading lives.
Some Notes on Publishing and Education — Robert Baxter
A collection of annotated excerpts gathered while forming a small press.
Bike Rambles around Seattle — Adam Greenhall
Nine fun bike rides in and around Seattle. Ride a few hours or all day, with places to stop for pastries, at parks, and breweries. Mostly on trails, bike lanes, and neighborhood back streets.
Sensitive — Amelia Greenhall