Hope to see many familiar and new faces at the 3rd annual Brooklyn Zine Fest this weekend at a new venue with TWO days of TOTALLY DIFFERENT lineups of zine makers.
Poster illustration by Kseniya Yarosh / layout by Matt Carman
We’re heading to the Brooklyn Zine Fest - April 26th / 27th, Brooklyn Historial Society
my carrie pic for school
Because I love doing these.
2011 and 2012
Last year — busy but a bit slower due to wedding (5/18) and purchasing apartment (10/31).
PINK — live presentations and screenings Matt and I did together
PEACH — Bonnie & Maude podcast recordings
BROWN — zine events (Chicagi Zine Fest, Brooklyn Zine Fest and a cookbook zine event we did at Brooklyn Museum)
DARK BLUE — Matt’s solo presentations
LIME — Bonnie & Maude live events and screenings
UNDERLINES — trips to Maryland (a bunch for wedding dress trials), France, Iceland, Austin, and back to MD
Bonnie & Maude – Episode 9 Pt. 1 - Girls (Season 2) (9 plays)
Last June we started the Bonnie & Maude podcast with a discussion of Lena Dunham’s feature film Tiny Furniture and the opening three episodes of her then-brand-new show Girls.
In this episode we continue our conversation with an overview of Season 2 of Girls, sharing how our opinions have changed, evolved, or stayed the same.
Listen in as Kseniya shares her Lena Dunham nightmare, Eleanor reveals this season’s Rorschach plotting, and we both contemplate why this show is worth your time.
Outro Music: “Girls” by the Beastie Boys
Bonus: Check out Part 2 of this episode, as we continue the Girls debate with writer Chris J. Kelly.
Fuckyou: Pictures from the Heart by Kseniya Yarosh (2007).
I accidentally found my zine on Tumblr!
A promo collage Kseniya made today.
I can’t even express how happy I am with the way this turned out
If you have had a chance to listen to some Bonnie & Maude podcast episodes (my latest endeavor and one that is close to my heart because it’s felt like a bigger risk than any of my previous movie-related projects), please take a moment and write a short review for us on iTunes. Even just marking a Customer rating per episode or for the entire show raises our exposure and makes it more likely that someone who stumbles onto the show will give it a chance.
I’m not asking for long, glowing reviews.
Just a sentence or two about what you though and/or your favorite episode would mean a great deal to me and confirm that our hard work is being appreciated by the audience.
Women talking about film in podcast form is something that virtually does not exist and I want to help change this, starting with our show.
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I’m doing this screening of Carrie (+ live podcast recording) on Saturday if you’re in NY and want to say hello.