December 29, 2019
Weekly Newsletter #53: Holiday Aftermath
Macro photograph of a SnowflakeSource: Pexels
We did it… We survived to manage the holiday season and release another zine, yipee!
We began this week by shining our artist spotlight on makeup enthusiast Lena Leew on Monday.
On Tuesday, The Black Princess Diaries warmed our hearts with her love for Christmas. We also tuned-in to an interview with singer-songwriter Julia Klot and reviewed Manic.’s latest single, “Through.”
One, two, skip a few days, we released the twelfth issue of The Burgundy Zine! This zine is so fun and festive, it was an absolute pleasure to put together. A huge thank you to everyone who contributed and made our Craftmas issue possible. 🙂 <3
Going forward, we will begin releasing content for the Jan. 2020 issue of The Burgundy Zine, “Dawn of a New Decade.” More information about submitting content for this issue will be released next week.
As you may have heard in our “Zineversary” post, we’re going to begin recruiting “regular contributors” to join our team in 2020. More information about applying will also be released next week.
Until next week,
burgundy bug >:^)
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