Telaic Fantasy

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* #4 The Found Poetry issue with Oddball Weaving project.(Feb 2010)
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The first 3 issues of ''Telaic Fantasy'' were issued at monthly intervals to members of the DIY Weaving Club.  After March 2009, the DIY Weaving Club altered format and ''Telaic Fantasy'' became an occasional publication rather than a monthly endeavor.  The format of the zine underwent various changes over time, and was re-issued in both larger (A5) and smaller (A6) formats, with and without various enclosures/accessories/weaving paraphernalia.
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The first 3 issues of ''Telaic Fantasy'' were released at monthly intervals as part of a package for members of the DIY Weaving Club.  After March 2009, the DIY Weaving Club altered format and ''Telaic Fantasy'' became an occasional publication rather than a strictly monthly enterprise.  The format of the zine underwent various changes over time, and was re-issued in both larger (A5) and smaller (A6) formats, with and without various enclosures/accessories/weaving paraphernalia.
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Revision as of 12:27, 8 August 2011

Telaic Fantasy was the very first zine written by Su Mwamba, with issue #1 released in January of 2009. The title of Telaic Fantasy was borrowed from a piece of music composed by the author's husband, Corey Mwamba (a CD was included with the first copies of issue #1). The word 'telaic' is an archaic term meaning 'weblike' and thus seemed appropriate for a zine about weaving.

Telaic Fantasy featured: editorials about various aspects of tapestry & weaving, interviews (Issue #2: Kristin Roach; Issue #4: Diane Gilleland), book reviews, DIY weaving projects & tutorials, all interspersed with short extracts from literature about weaving, tapestry and/or related terms. Each issue had a different theme:

  • #1 The Spiderweb issue with Ragbag Weaving project (Jan 2009)
  • #2 The Notebook issue with Handwoven Mail Art Postcard project (Feb 2009)
  • #3 The Fairy Tale issue with ATC Weaving project (Mar 2009)
  • #4 The Found Poetry issue with Oddball Weaving project.(Feb 2010)

The first 3 issues of Telaic Fantasy were released at monthly intervals as part of a package for members of the DIY Weaving Club. After March 2009, the DIY Weaving Club altered format and Telaic Fantasy became an occasional publication rather than a strictly monthly enterprise. The format of the zine underwent various changes over time, and was re-issued in both larger (A5) and smaller (A6) formats, with and without various enclosures/accessories/weaving paraphernalia.

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