Sunday, March 29, 2015

Kickstarter success - box of zines

I was able to print this year's edition, We'll Never Have Paris 12, 200 copies, on ivory linen paper.  Here they are.  Now you get to read it.  you can order it here on this blog.

We had 31 backers.  So many people to thank!  

Sunday, February 8, 2015

WNHP 12 Kickstarter!!

Kickstarter is going to bring issue number 12, "You Got What You Wanted Now Leave: true stories from people who have left NYC" to your mailbox.  How?  You gotta click on the link and goodness will ensue.

Remember, we got 30 days to bring the rainbow to the pot of gold.  Please check it and donate before March 10, 2015.

Here's the cover!  Painted by Enrico Miguel Thomas

Monday, January 19, 2015

more social media bullshit

Well, yay, we have Twitter and also Tumblr, (which I had but haven't used in a while, because, so many passwords and accounts) and now Instagram.

Of course also you can find us on Facebook and the website is snazzy and

Sunday, October 19, 2014

social media intern wanted

This could be you?

Adjectives: casual, flexible, but reliable and independent.
Verbs: tweeting, posting, researching, spreading the love
Nouns: the zine We'll Never Have Paris, the podcast if you're up for it.
Rewards: (Your Name Here).  
Also: you should like zines. 

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

We'll Never Have Drinking and Driving in Urumqi

I'm very excited to be doing a reading as an author, and not as an editor, and with Andrew Demetre who is a force to be reckoned with. Save the date!  Friday Sept 19, 6:30-8:30 PM.  I will read first so come on time.  At Pete's Candy Store, 708 Lorimer St, Brooklyn.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Boog City Lit Festival Aug 1-5

Boog City Small Small Press Festival Aug 1-5

WNHP will have a table with zines and postcards for sale on

Saturday and Sunday, Aug 2nd/3rd, and

I will be reading and hosting, Aug 2, 1pm

Unnamable Books

600 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238

For more information: 


Monday, July 28, 2014

the open studio of zines

Happy new fans:
 I love hosting Pete's Mini Zine Fest.  This year I took the anti-chamber room between the bar and stage, next to the bathrooms.  It can either be really lonely or a great place to hold court.  This year it proved to be the latter!  It helped that my friend (and pinata and loteria designer) Anna came and stayed the entire fest.  I met great folks, made new fans, and already chose a poster designer for next year.  More on that later.  Oh there will be a PMZF 2015, but you gotta wait a whole year.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Monday, July 21, 2014

PMZF July 26 Saturday 2-7pm!!!

Three exclamation marks is a lot.  That's how excited I am about our 6th Pete's Mini Zine Fest. COME BUY ZINES.   Participants include:

Andria Alefhi (We’ll Never Have Paris) —

Barnard Zine Library (Jenna Freedman)—

Ken Bausert (The Ken Chronicles)—

Anna Jo Beck (Biff Biff Bam Sock)—

Booklyn Inc. (Richard Lee)—

Marguerite Dabaie (A Voyage to Panjikant)—

Displaced Snail Publications (Joseph Carlough)—

Alisa Harris (Urban Nomad)—

Katie Haegele (The La-La Theory)—

Mindy Indy (The Lucky Penny)—

Adam J. Kurtz (HOME-BREW)—

Sara Lindo (The Seeing-Eye Cat)—

Tim Nicholas and Annie Soga (Studium/Punctum shop)—

Morgan Pielli (Indestructible Universe)—

Purgatory Pie Press (Esther Smith) —

Rabid Rabbit (C. M. Butzer)—

Research and Destroy New York City—

Bill Roundy (Bar Scrawl)—

Steve Seck (Monday Saddies)—

Teylor Smirl (Flightless Birds)—

So What? Press (Dave Kelly)—

Mark Z-Man (It’s Raining Cats and Dogs)—