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WELCOME TO RED LETTER DISTRO (est. 2001) a punk rock mail-order catalogue-cum-‘occasional distro’ of curated zines, comics and artist publications from Aotearoa New Zealand founded by artist, designer and independent publisher Kerry Ann Lee. This first-ever web edition of the catalogue was launched for exhibition at Printed Matter’s Virtual Art Book Fair, and is open for orders and enquiries.

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20th BIRTHDAY COMPETITION 


Red Letter Distro presents: CALL & RESPONSE, a conversation featuring Giulia Vallicelli (Compulsive Archive, Milan), Helen Yeung (Migrant Zine Collective, Aotearoa) and Ysabelle Cheung (Hong Kong) with Kerry Ann Lee, as part of PMVABF’s The Classroom series. View the talk here.

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Kia ora! We're available to live chat during these hours: Wednesday Feb 24 (4-9pm EST)Feb 25-28 (3-6pm EST) and random times throughout the fair. For New Zealand & International time equivalents check here.

You can also e-mail us anytime during the fair with any questions.

Don't miss the special launch of CALL & RESPONSE, a conversation featuring Giulia Vallicelli (Compulsive Archive, Milan), Helen Yeung (Migrant Zine Collective, Aotearoa) and Ysabelle Cheung (Hong Kong) with Kerry Ann Lee on Thursday February 25 (3:30–5pm EST) as part of PMVABF’s The Classroom series. Learn more about the program here.

Shipping from Wellington Aotearoa, New Zealand

All prices in USD 

ORDERING & SHIPPING INFO
(please read before odering)

FREEBIES

FRIENDS

20th BIRTHDAY COMPETITION

CALL & RESPONSE

Part of the PMVABF program with Kerry Ann Lee, Giulia Vallicelli, Helen Yeung & Ysabelle Cheung

Call & Response is a conversation between international publishers exploring how independent publishing facilitates community-building through punk, protest, and zine-making. Giulia Vallicelli (Compulsive Archive, Milan, Italy), Helen Yeung (Migrant Zine Collective, Aotearoa, New Zealand) and Ysabelle Cheung (independent writer, Hong Kong) will share their work and talk with Kerry Ann Lee (Red Letter Distro) about collaboration, correspondence, and solidarity over time and distances. Spanning over two decades and three continents, the panel will discuss the responsive nature of zine-making, distribution, and archiving as a means of survival and creative resistance from the sidelines. Presented by Red Letter Distro.

To view other PMVABF The Classroom and Friendly Fire talks, go to: https://pmvabf.org/Programs