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The Here And Now
Tumblr CrossPost: rawfanzine: Does anyone have time to transcribe this interview?

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Posted in full at: http://ift.tt/1MmpT4V at November 18, 2015 at 07:48AM

Link to video: https://vimeo.com/144709382

A couple of weeks ago, the RAW Fanthology team spent a weekend in the woods planning our @kickstarter launch.  There was blood (fake), chicken escapes (real), Mizumono cosplay (a questionable choice) and homemade donuts (100% unquestionable).  

We also spent a lot of time making Aimee sit on rocks and talking at a camera about why fandom and fandom publishing is so important to her (and the rest of us).  

I’ve cut together some of my favorite quotes from that discussion so you can meet Aimee and learn more about what inspired the RAW Fanthology project and why we want to create published fanworks that exist as tangible objects. 

We’ll be sharing more with you next week!   And, as always, we hope you’ll consider contributing to RAW.

–Tea ( @teaberryblue ), RAW Co-Editor and blood splatter afficionado


Does anyone have time to transcribe this interview? It is less than 2 minutes long and I’d like to share it with a hearing impaired friend.

edited: we found someone. There are two  more videos - also short, so ping  me if you want to help.

Some contextA new Hannibal slash art/fanbook has just raised over $50,000 as part of its Kickstarter. The group did an earlier Captain America art book called Brooklyn: http://fanlore.org/wiki/Brooklyn


One of the editors gives an interview about 'why produce a fanbook" and the history of fanzines.  

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