The Everything and Everyone Market is back for the Auckland Pride Festival in 2019! The market will be held on
Saturday February 16th from 9am-1pm, New Lynn Community Centre
If you’re interested in applying for a stall head on over to the Stall Holder’s application page – stall space is limited so get in quick!
We’re very excited this year to offer our first ever workshop!
11.30 – 12.30: Free bookbinding workshop
learn single section pamphlet sewing. A practical, hands- on demonstration. This is a great, useful, easy to learn skill, that you can add to your repertoire if you’re into making zines, writing, poetry, journaling, self-publishing, feel like being creative or just want to have a go at something different.
Joe Horton is a qualified hand bookbinder, with over 15 years experience, with many of his creations winning industry accolades and awards for his employers. Some examples of his work are housed in the Auckland Libraries: Special Collections. He’s approachable, hands on, and enthusiastic about sharing his love and passion for bookbinding with others.
Teaming up for the first time, these two Everything and Everyone market veterans – Stace and Ash – will be selling fandom-related pins, prints and stickers.
R & M Zines are the amazing zines of Makyla Curtis and Richard Kearney. They make heaps of different zines both collaboratively and individually including art zines, poetry zines, zines in te reo Māori, abstract comics and asemic writing.
You can check out more of Makyla’s work on her blog: http://www.makyla.wordpress.com
One of our favourites, Kirsty, is back again with the Table of Temptation BookCrossing stall. Bookcrossing is offering up more books for all readers out there, absolutely FREE! Graphic novels, biographies, fantasy, science fiction, romance, kids books, YA and more. Check out Kirsty’s book crossing bookshelf at: www.bookcrossing.com/mybookshelf/alkaline-kiwi
Taine has been making bow ties by hand for many years. Designs this year include Batman, Star Wars, pineapples, rainbows and pukekos. They are made with meticulous attention to detail, and are a must for any dapper queer!
We’re so excited to have Splitclay, who is new to our market, join us this year. Clay is a queer artist creating zines and art about their experiences, and they like to help people feel less lonely with their art.
You can check out their Facebook page for more of their awesome art.
Richard Fairgray is back again with his amazing Blastosaurus comics, Ghost Ghost series and internationally acclaimed children’s books.
You can find him on twitter at: @blastosaurus and Facebook
Our next stall holder is Tricia, who creates amazing and colourful mini stitched artworks with queer and geeky themes.
Sam from Rooster Tails is back with his collection of queer and trans comic art, queer couples postcards, badges and prints, and other exciting things!