Like everything else these days, the printing costs for the zine have gone up, and will continue to go up it seems. Not going to get into details about it as I don’t need to hear people feeling guilty for getting it free in their mailbox. Eighteen of the thirty copies printed went out to the people who were still interested. There are some who didn’t send a mailing address, and they may still get one if I happen to be in their neighborhood for something else.
I have in the past left copies in Little Free Libraries, coffee shops and other places. I will not be doing that anymore. I want to give these to someone I meet or already know who has expressed an interest in the work, that includes the mail if someone requests it at a later date.
The times they are a changin’. We adapt and keep dancing. Cheers!