ISSUE 03 RELEASE PARTY
Sunday, July 17, 2022 // 2-5 PM @ Volunteer Park
A picnic outdoor release at Seattle's Volunteer Park (amphitheater side)!
Pick up a copy of issue 03 and enjoy some melon, pickles and seltzer!
You can also pick up advance copies at Fantagraphics' 2022 Hot Off The Press book fair on Saturday July 9th 5-9pm, at the Seattle Art Book Fair table. Limited number available.
ISSUE 02 RELEASE PARTY
Friday, November 19, 2021 // 7-10 PM @ The Vera Project
Join us for the Issue 02 release at The Vera Project! Pick up your copy of Issue 02 + Mundane Fantasy Merch while supplies last! We will also be featuring art + merch from tabling artists: Erica Miller, Cory Oneill, Ryan Tiszai, and special guest, Caitlyn Edson of Tender Heart Supper Club!
The Vera Project is located at 305 Harrison St in Seattle.
HOT OFF THE PRESS BOOK FAIR
Saturday, July 10, 5-9 PM
Join some of Seattle’s most talented cartoonists, comics presses, and other artists for Fantagraphics' first in-store event in a year: Hot off the Press Book Fair! Mundane Fantasy Issue 01 + merch will be available with Sarah Romano Diehl until sold out! We hope to see you there!
ISSUE 01 RELEASE PARTY & ART SHOW
Saturday & Sunday, June 26-27
Join us for the Issue 01 release weekend at Soft Spot in Beacon Hill! Pick up your copy of Issue 01 + Mundane Fantasy Merch while supplies last! Soft Spot is located at 2544 Beacon Ave S in Seattle. Open hours are from 12 PM - 2 PM Saturdays and Sundays.
The show will also feature works from contributing artists: Sarah Romano Diehl, Rachel Quast, Erika Mazza Smith, Kassandra Davis, Miguel Ramos, Ashley Topacio, and Warren Pope.
SEATTLE ART BOOK FAIR / BOOK + ZINE POP-UP
Saturday & Sunday, June 5-6
Check out Seattle Art Book Fair's Pop-Up at the Gift Shop located at 674 S King St in Seattle's Chinatown/International District. The Pop-Up will be showcasing locally produced books and zines, including copies of Mundane Fantasy Issue 01.
SEATTLE ART BOOK FAIR / MAKEREADY 2021
Week 2: May 21–22: Making a Book
The book-in-progress. What are the physical differences between a book, a zine, or a book-like thing? How do type and layout shape the way a publication is understood? When does format and material become as much content as text and image?
Friday, May 21, 5–7 pm CONVERSATION: A panel discussion with Jakelen Diaz (Independent Publishing Resource Center, Portland, OR), Mimi Jaffe & Rain Sissel (Mundane Fantasy, Seattle, WA), and Lucas Reif & Austin White (Shelf Shelf, Chicago, IL). Moderated by Robert Baxter (Seattle, WA).