Mr. Mcginnis and I took a stroll through this year's NY Art Book Fair on Sunday (I just went back to read last year's coverage and noted that my first sentence here is the same as last year's. heh!) It was fun and overwhelming and a million degrees inside Philips de Pury, the auction house who hosted the event. I miss the big open space of last year's venue. Sadly, since we went on the last day of the fair, we missed seeing the whole queer zines exhibition. It'd been partially dismantled to make room for an auction. I'm looking forward to spending some time with their book so more on that later. Thank you everyone for talking to us and giving us such cool stuff! I took a few photos before experiencing camera issues...

Booklyn joined forces with Evil Twin and set up in this nice corner.

The RAM Publications table.

Jonathan Monk's The Reason Why I am Here is Why I am Here at the Presentation House Gallery table. You know I took this just because it features a Morrissey Record!


Pins! Funny items!

The Cinders Gallery booth was adorably made into a big car and they had a paper maché AC/DC tape and can of pabst along for the ride. I bought some Sam McPheeters stuff from them.

I don't remember what was going on here or who's area this was. If this is your stuff or you were paying more attention than I, let me know. I'm curious.

Fluxus guy Wolf Vostell.

J. Morrison was back again this year making screen printed totes. I love totes.

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Regarding that Morrissey album cover, it's remarkable how much he looks like Sean Connery in "Diamonds are Forever" (1971)


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