The Kingsboro Press
The Kingsboro Press is a zine based in Brooklyn, NY., U.S.A.
Founded in 2007 by Daniel Wagner and Megan Plunkett (later working also with Jordan Awan,) Kingsboro Press produces semi-regular self-titled journals and the occasional artist book. Focusing on art, design, music, and politics, Kingsboro Press has published work by Michel Auder, Will Boone, Howie Chen, Milano Chow, Merlin Chowkwanyun, Brendan Fowler, Alex Gartenfeld, Chip Hughes, G.B. Jones, Harry Stephen Keeler, Penny Rimbaud, Ethan Swan, Gus Van Sant, Clare Wohlnick, Amy Yao, Seth Zucker, and selections from Distort, Erik Lindman, Hunter Hunt-Hendrix, and many, many others.
Issue 3 features interviews and work with artists Inka Jarvinen, CW Winter, Kim Hiorthoy, Karma International.
The 4rth issue, from 2008, has interviews with G.B. Jones, Philadelphia art collective/band Bobo, and artists Mathew Cerletty, Siebren Versgeeg and Megan Pflug. Also featured is writing by Jonathan Basile, Alex Gartenfeld, Joshua Ray Stephens, Matt Vadman, and others.
The 5th issue, from 2009, includes a supplement book curated by Amy Yao, and work by Jordan Awan, Will Boone, Alex Gartenfeld, Asher Penn, and Joshua Ray Stephens.
The 6th issue of Kingsboro was released in early summer of 2010, featuring work by Jordan Awan, Merlin Chowkwanyun, Paul Cowan, Brian Faucette, Ethan Swan, Clare Wohlnick, Yan Yan, and Seth Zucker.
Issue 7, 2011, included work by Michel Auder with Miles Houston, Jordan Awan, Doniella Davy, Chip Hughes, Harry Stephen Keeler, Dee Dee King, Erik Lindman with Hunter Hunt-Hendrix, Henry Northington, Ed Schrader, Ethan Swan, Gus Van Sant, and Seth Zucker.
The 8th issue was released in 2012, and features work by Becca Albee, David Armacost, Jordan Awan, Walter De La Mer, DX, Noel Friebert, Dimitri Herts, Chip Hughes, G.B. Jones, Cat Kron, Melissa Levin, Greil Marcus, Nik Planck, Zephyr Pavey, Asher Penn, Jeremy Sigler, William Wegman, Seth Zucker, and reprints of the work of Algernon Charles Swinburne.
The Kingsboro Press has also produced several shows at independent galleries, most recently collaborating with West Street Gallery in New York and Open Space in Baltimore.