I used to love helping friends out with their zines in NYC in the ’90s. I always wanted to make one too, but a couple of things stopped me. One was that I worked looong days as a magazine editor, and self-publishing wasn’t top of the “ways to spend my free time” list. The other was that all those other zines seemed so knowledgeable in their own realms, however obscure, and what did I have to say? And even if I did say something, I might be wrong!
Well, about 20 years on, I finally thought — yes, indeed, I might be wrong, and often am. And hence, Issue #1 of I might be wrong…, a limited edition of 60 copies, each with a unique, numbered silkscreen / collage print inside. Maybe that’s an optimistic print run, but … feel free to prove me wrong. (grin grin) The whole shebang is based on my contribution to the Arthouse Co-op’s Sketchbook Project 2011.
I might be wrong in printed form is available online at Made It, in-store at Format in Adelaide, Sticky (in the Degraves subway underpass) in Melbourne, and perhaps someday from Bird in the Hand in Newcastle, when they get around to it. I still have a few copies too: drop me a line at b a r b [at} littleredhen dot calm dot au.