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Zine Reading with Taleen Kali of Dum Dum Zine

Friday Oct 7, 2016

1417 Fourth Street SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
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Enjoy a reading, talk and hang-out featuring Taleen Kali, Ebony Isis Booth, Kateri Lopez, Liza Baley and Marya Errin Jones.

ABQ Zine Fest is proud to present:

ZINE READING with

Taleen Kali - Editor-in-Chief of Dum Dum Zine

w/ EBONY ISIS BOOTH

KATERI LOPEZ

LIZA BLEY

MARYA ERRIN JONES

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2016

EIGHT O'CLOCK

$5 - $8

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TALEEN KALI, Founder, Editor-in-Chief of Dum Dum Zine comes to ABQ Zine Fest! TONIGHT, we'll kick off zine fest weekend with a reading, talk and hang-out featuring Taleen Kali, a few readers, music, sound and visions. Taleen's zines and other creations, with be available for purchase tonight! She also tables on Saturday, and look for an invite to her PUNK ROCK YOGA class on Sunday morning!

Taleen is joined by:

EBONY ISIS BOOTH

KATERI LOPEZ

LIZA BLEY

MARYA ERRIN JONES

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((((((((ABOUT TALEEN KALI)))))))

Taleen Kali is a writer, musician and L.A. native.

She is Editor-in-Chief of DUM DUM Zine, and frontwoman of the DIY noise pop band TÜLIPS. She believes in community building and healing, and teaches punk rock yoga at Bootleg Theater, as well as private lessons, as Kali Yoga.

Writings about art, music, feminism, wellness, and subculture have been published in The Onion A.V. Club, SPIN, Yahoo! Music, FILTER, LA Record, Flavorwire, Blender, and more.

Poetry has appeared in Entropy Magazine, The Bushwick Review, Whole Beast Rag, The NewerYork, and zines all over the city.

((((((((ABOUT DUM DUM))))))))

DUM DUM Zine publishes experimental art-lit zines, changing format with each issue.

In addition to releasing a yearly print issue, we publish regular web features such as text message interviews, flash fiction, photo essays, and even serialized radio plays. Our latest print project is Issue No. 5: “POST & Present” which is still available for sale online in our DUMShop!

DUM DUM accepts rolling submissions and publishes them on the web, and is printed yearly according to theme, changing format accordingly. Submit here.

For more information, or to bring DUM DUM to your neighborhood, email info [at] dumdumzine [dot] com.

http://www.dumdumzine.com/

https://www.facebook.com/DUMDUMZine

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ABQ Zine Fest is supported by the Fulcrum Fund, a granting division of the Andy Warhol Foundation of the Visual Arts, administered by 516 Arts

See also: Culture Shock

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Taleen Kali
Taleen Kali and DUM DUM Zine

ABQ Zine Fest organizers Marya Errin Jones and Liza Bley are at it again. This year's iteration of the celebration of self-created and printed media—the sixth such gathering—is happening on Saturday, Oct. 8, across three spaces—the Tannex, GRAFT and Small Engine Gallery. The first year I tabled at ABQ Zine Fest, the course of my life was changed forever by the friendships that were formed. This year's celebration of the medium, with support from the Fulcrum Fund, is sure to be just as life-altering for all who make their way to Barelas to exchange the handmade publications they've so lovingly written, drawn, cut, copied, bound and stapled. This year also marks the first visit of LA zine virtuoso Taleen Kali, editor in chief of DUM DUM Zine. DUM DUM Zine consistently challenges the expression of the zine medium, presenting experimental art and literature that might take the shape of a disc, a multi-media box or a newspaper. Kali, a writer, artist, musician and punk rock yoga instructor, exchanged a few emails with me a few weeks before her visit. Our exchange was as follows.

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