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Thursday, September 2, 2010

This Weekend: Food Comics and Tasty Art at SF Zine Fest

Posted By on Thu, Sep 2, 2010 at 12:47 PM

click to enlarge MOTORMOUTH PRESS
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This weekend's SF Zine Fest will have plenty of offerings for those who still treasure not only print but individuality. Among the books, comics, arts, and crafts that should tempt even the most occasional impulse buyers, we'll be looking out for S.F.'s Motormouth Press to stock up on adorable food-themed note cards and stationery, including elaborately folded all-purpose cards that include recipes. We're intrigued by the culinary rhyming that surfaces in local artist Amy Martin's Bachelor Girl's Mother Goose comic book as well as the Blister Packs by Ohio's Love Bunni Press; the latest one includes authors waxing on "fantastical tales of breakfast." And, perhaps for the biggest grab of your cash, we're expecting to see dozens of felted wool creatures shaped like cupcakes, pizzas, mushrooms, and other edible delights.

SF Zine Fest

When: Sept. 4-5, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

Where: S.F. County Fair Building (Ninth Ave. at Lincoln)

Cost: Free

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