You Have Anxiety pin badge button is 38mm (1.5inches) in size and designed and hand made by Steven Fraser
The Zine + Badge can be bought here.
A large destructive cat is hurtling towards planet earth. If it hits, the cat will surely destroy the planet and all the people who live on it.
NeuroQueer Cat Apocalypse is a comic with a difference. You are asked 10 questions throughout the zine. You need to answer the questions from an autistic and queer perspective in order to survive. Answer correctly the planet is saved. Answer incorrectly and we all die.
The zine comes with a badge of a cat. The badge is in colour and zine is in black and white.
Designed and hand made by Steven Fraser.
Another new mini -zine. This one is called Jomo-Joy of Missing Out.
The zine can be bought from here and more info is below –
I have a new mini zine called Victor/Victoria.
The Zine can be bought from here and more info is below-
8 page black and white mini-comic book zine.
Victor/Victoria tells an autobiographical comic book story of dealing with personal psychosis and receiving help in unlikely places.
The visuals are a comic book and the text is poetry – combining to make a comic book poem in a mini-zine.
Soon after I presented Letters We Leave Behind at Dundee Rep the show was presented in a shopping centre in Paisley. This location was different and due to miscommunication from the venue the work was presented over a shorter period of time. The set up made me think about myself in the performance space and from now on I will present 100% of the time in all productions. For this show I was absent and I feel that a human who understands the work needs to be there permanently. The shopping centre was an interesting way to present the show. People looked curiously into the window, but few people engaged with the interactive element of the show.
Video from Out of Place Festival Paisley – May 2019
Images from Out of Place Festival Paisley – May 2019
I will be taking part in the Edinburgh Comic Art Festival 2019. Some new zines and comics will be for sale. The even is part of Book Weeks Scotland and takes place on Sunday 24 November 2019 at the venue below. It’s on from 12pm – 5pm.
Out of the Blue Drill Hall
36 Dalmeny St,
Back in May 2019 I took part in the Rep Stripped Festival in Dundee. The event was in the Dundee Rep Theatre and I presented Letter We Leave Behind in the workshop room.
The production made me think about the use of space and how existing locations make an impact on the way I present my work. The Rep Stripped Festival was several months ago and soon after I presented Letters We Leave Behind in Paisley. This was in a totally different location and I will present videos, images and thoughts on this later.
I think Private Plays in the future will be different. More minimal. Smaller. Intimate and alive.
Video from Rep Stripped – Dundee Rep – May 2019
Images from Rep Stripped – Dundee Rep – May 2019
This mini-zine is a performance in a zine that looks at loneliness when you are autistic. The story tackles friendship and asking for help. The zine itself features illustrations and instructions on how and where to act out the story (but as with the other performances in the mini-zine series, you can do it wherever you please).
Be My Friend, Please is available at – https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/532370792/be-my-friend-please?ref=shop_home_active_16
I will be in London for the Weirdo Zine Fest at the Science Gallery on Saturday 30 November from 12pm – 6pm. The Gallery has an exhibition on at the moment called On Edge: Living In An Age of Anxiety. The Zine Fest is accompanying this exhibition. More info here.
Science Gallery London
Great Maze Pond