I discovered this Zine fair/event and read an interesting review about it by Amelia magazine-
A big event where artists/makers/doers are able to sell there self publications and discover other artists and collaborators alike.
Katie Green - http://katiegreenbean.blogspot.com/
Part of this Zine fair, I discover Katie Green has a blog and have started following it. I really like her illustrations and ideas for Zine content.
'The Green Bean is really an extension of my blog, and each issue is packed with seasonal recipes, what-I-wore drawings, book reviews, maps, comics, collaborations with other illustrators, collections, obersvational drawings and lots more'
Available on etsy- http://www.etsy.com/shop/katiegreen?section_id=6252715
I like the browny paper and green ribbon package detail, inkeeping with the content of the zine!
Another Zine stall-
'Duke Press is an independent publishing collective based in London. Founded as a platform for creative publishing, we issue works which are printed in small editions, hand-made and numbered.
We have collaborated with a selection of international artists and designers to produce our introductory series of publications.'
This publishing collective presents a place to create handmade books published in small quantities, audience and people who buy them include other zine/book makers, art students, students, creative people. It is a specific audience interest, this collective shows the success of these self publications and and an expanding industry.
More stalls from London Zine Symposium-