Hot off the presses (and by presses, we mean our hands and Miles’ living room table) is our second zine “24 Hour P(h)oetry”! This was an incredibly fun zine to make (but really, aren’t all zines fun to make?) Miles had 24 hours to take, select, edit, and send photos to Jetta, who in turn had 24 hours to create found poetry to go with the photography.
Below are instructions on how to make this into a tiny pocket book:
1. Print. This should come out to fit 8.5x11.
2. Use steps 3 through 9 of these instructions to fold and cut the zine. The section that says “24 Hour P(h)oetry” is the front cover. Once you fold it in half lengthwise (hamburger, not hot dog) make the cut in the middle between the beagle/the tree (or west sign/waves pt. 1).
I recommend a variety of blue hues for the paper!