Connecting Words: a fanzine for Bethnal Green

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This zine collects together poems, stories, photos, reflections and maps from the Open Gardens Treasure Trail - a treasure hunt of stories through the green spaces of Bethnal Green that took place in 2019. The project was commissioned by the Live Art Development Agency, and developed in collaboration with the people who grow things in these spaces. The zine explores community gardens, the complexity of "community engagement" vs collaboration, compost, rats, mushrooms, and interconnection,

Produced by Earthlings (Linden Katherine McMahon & Hari Byles), and the gardeners of Bethnal Green.

A5, 74 pages, printed on recycled paper and shipped in recycled packaging.

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38 shop reviews

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5 out of 5 stars

These beautiful zines were just what I needed. I look through them often.

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Earthlings: a fanzine for soil

Sarah Stewart 27 Apr, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

Just brilliant, such imagination and gorgeous collaging. Linden was kind enough to send a copy of Lughnasadh as well which was just as beautiful and heartfelt, and very relatable. I can imagine referring back to them both sporadically <3

Rebecca Toop 17 Jan, 2022

5 out of 5 stars

Beautifully crafted magazine: one of a kind! Linden is making unique zines that are works of art while celebrating the essential life force that is soil, and the gold that enriches it, compost. Astute, celebratory, urgent. Thank you.

Maureen Sparkles 24 Sep, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

Gorgeously put together, amazing colours. Very poignant message, worth taking your time over. Loved its link to Le Guin.

Rebecca Toop 17 Jan, 2022