Difference between revisions of "Ham distro central"

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* Melbourne
 
* Melbourne
 
** [https://www.perimeterbooks.com/ Perimeter Books (bookstore and distributor)]
 
** [https://www.perimeterbooks.com/ Perimeter Books (bookstore and distributor)]
** [https://worldfoodbooks.com/ World Food Books]
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** [https://worldfoodbooks.com/ World Food Books] Art bookstore in Melbourne that "is devoted to the presentation of a rotating, hand-selection of international art, design and literature publications with an emphasis on the anti-traditional, anti-rational, the experimental, the avant-garde, the marginal"
Art bookstore in Melbourne that "is devoted to the presentation of a rotating, hand-selection of international art, design and literature publications with an emphasis on the anti-traditional, anti-rational, the experimental, the avant-garde, the marginal"
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** [https://busprojects.org.au/ Bus Projects] Artist-run initiative (ARI) in Melbourne that operates as a gallery space, but also stocks publications for sale.
** [https://busprojects.org.au/ Bus Projects]
 
Artist-run initiative (ARI) in Melbourne that operates as a gallery space, but also stocks publications for sale.
 

Revision as of 13:31, 2 December 2020

HAM DISTRO CENTRAL

Description: This is a list to document a distribution network for XPUB publications. The geographical spread is to reflect the cultures and regions XPUB folks come from.

EUROPE

The Netherlands

ASIA

China

Japan

AMERICAS

USA

Printed Matter: NYC consignment policy need to review a physical copy sent to their address - not feasible for grad 2020.

OCEANIA

Australia

  • Melbourne
    • Perimeter Books (bookstore and distributor)
    • World Food Books Art bookstore in Melbourne that "is devoted to the presentation of a rotating, hand-selection of international art, design and literature publications with an emphasis on the anti-traditional, anti-rational, the experimental, the avant-garde, the marginal"
    • Bus Projects Artist-run initiative (ARI) in Melbourne that operates as a gallery space, but also stocks publications for sale.