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Tis the Season for Axes and Bullets

Phew! It’s finished, all that planning, all that effort, the multitude of resource-draining Christmas ‘outreach’ activities (with exhortations to invite a friend), Carol Services (with exhortations to invite a friend), Gingerbread Houses (with exhortations to invite a friend), Beach Missions (with exhortations to come along to help). 378 more words


Canadian Steph Jagger finds – and lives – an authentic life, sharing her journey in Unbound: Finding Myself on Top of The World from HarperCollins

Memoir is a funny look at Jagger’s quest to follow winter, and ski four million vertical feet in one calendar year

So why does a successful woman pack in her career, take a second mortgage out on her home and ski four million vertical feet in one calendar year? 937 more words

Review - Abernathy by Claire Patel-Campbell

I recently had the opportunity to read an advance copy of Abernathy and it’s another book that makes me proud to be an Unbounder and humbled to be in the company of such authors. 247 more words

Interview with Mike Shanahan

The first interview of the year is with author Mike Shanahan, another talented Unbounder.  Thanks for joining us, Mike!

1) To start with, could you introduce yourself and tell us about your current project? 1,666 more words

Impression Studio: Publishing Unbound, Poster zine Final outcomes and binder

Now that all of the components for the poster zine where ready it was now time to test out printing methods and paper stocks. My original idea was to print on a risograph printer thinking it would be a cheaper option for the project. 451 more words


50 percent funded!!

Lovely Blog Followers.

I am now 50 percent funded with my novel, Blood On The Banana Leaf, on Unbound.  This is the same publisher who is responsible for the best-seller, ‘The Good Immigrant’. 257 more words


Impression Studio: Publishing Unbound, Poster zine Article Layout

When I was first thinking about the layout for my article I was mainly taking into consideration the amount of space the images would take up and was mainly thinking back to the research I did on Arbitare and tried to incorporate the same methods. 187 more words

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