The "Where's Waldo" Bandit has a Zine


The "Where's Waldo" Bandit, convicted bank robber Ryan Michael Homsley, was back in the news this week, suspected of another heist in Southwest Portland.Homsley, 32, gained notoriety in 2010 when he committed a string of bank robberies in the Portland area. His dark hair, thick black glasses and striped shirt earned him the nickname (and a spot on our top 10 favorite bandit names list).Police arrested ...   More
Wednesday, August 28, 2013 ANDREA DAMEWOOD

VIDEO: How to Make a Zine

Arts & Books
Gabby Holden, a volunteer at the Independent Publishing Resource Center, shows us how she makes her zines—independently produced, small-circulation publications. The IPRC is a nonprofit on Southeast Division Street that provides education and resources to people who want to publish independently. Holden is tabling at the 13th Annual Portland Zine Symposium, this Saturday and Sunday. The Portland ...   More
Friday, August 9, 2013 by Sara Sneath

Shy Zine Writer Thrust Halfway Into Limelight

love is not constantly wondering if you are making the biggest mistake of your life.

Arts & Books
Over at Slate today, editor Dan Kois publishes an interview with "Zach," the heretofore anonymous author of a well-received local zine that has sold (until now) some 750 copies, and modeled on the Choose Your Own Adventure series, and titled "Love Is Not Constantly Wondering If You Are Making the Biggest Mistake of Your Life."Zach isa 33-year-old in Portland who works as a sleep-disorder researcher. ...   More
Thursday, May 10, 2012 by Corey Pein


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