The Library

Far Afield is committed to collecting and sharing publications that support experimental art practices.

Zines

Download the Zine making instructions here, and learn how to fold the instructional zine here. Try them out, make your own, and send them in to be included in the Far Afield Library.  

Download the Zine making instructions here, and learn how to fold the instructional zine here. Try them out, make your own, and send them in to be included in the Far Afield Library.  

 
 

Little Geysers, by Penelope Smart

Ideas can spout, gush, and erupt with great force. Penelope Smart's zine contains ephemera from a very gyzerous Geologic Time residency at the Banff Centre for the Arts.  

Self-published, 2017.

 

Open Spaces, by Jon Whyte

A collection of concrete poetry that opens the spaces of intimacy, media-culture, and landscape. Whyte was deeply attached to the Canadian Rockies, and Open Spaces portends the "forceful fields of time" he found in that landscape. 

Published by Peter Whyte Gallery, 1977.

 

Wasp Paper, by Annerose Georgeson

A zine filled with experimental drawings and collage. 

Self-published. 

 

Mandalas, by Annerose Georgeson

Experimental drawings and fragments of text in this zine by Vanderhoof-based artist, Annerose Georgeson.

Self-published.

 

Bunnies and the Moon, by Annerose Georgeson

A short zine about two bunny friends, and the moon. Graphite and ballpoint pen drawings by Annerose Georgeson.

Self-published. 

 

High Iron, No. 14, edited by Brett Enemark and illustrated by Vicky Margesson

A compilation of short prose and poetry of sweet things: maple trees to honey. Edited by Prince George-based poet Brett Enemark. Also includes writing by Daphne Marlatt, George Bowering, Claire Standard, Stan Persky, Gladys Hindmarch, Robert Rose, Zonko, and Sharon Fawcett. 

Printed at Simon Fraser University. circ. 1975 (?)

 

Dreamland (Issues II, IX, and XI)

A Prince George-based magazine featuring poetry, prose and visual art from around Canada and beyond. An international collection of outstanding experimental writing practices. 

Published by Jeremy Stewart, Dreamland School of the Arts. 

 

In Loving Memory of the Working Papers of the Institute for the Study of Advanced Poetic Research: Chapbook of Casse-Tête, A Festival of Experimental Music, edited by Nikki Reimer and Jonathon Wilcke

"Why would you drop a perfectly good set of assumptions?" is a perfectly good question that sardonically resonates throughout the book. As outlined in the title, the poetic sketches marked out in the working papers respond to the 2014 experimental music festival, including the dropping of a piano.  

Published by Jeremy Stewart, Green Milk Creative Umbrella. 2015.