Last year, along with all the other dreadfulness, the Baltic contemporary art gallery in Gateshead weren't able to hold their annual Small Press Artists Market (S.P.A.M.), so they put out an open call for work reflecting on the themes of the year for a zine instead.
The resultant work, S.P.A.M. Spreads #1, was going to be released in their shop - buuuut lockdown meant no galleries open over the winter. This hasn't stopped them getting this lovely work out there though - just send them an email and they'll send you a copy! Incredible! Details here: https://baltic.art/spam-spreads-2021 - be quick though, who knows how long stocks will last.
My page, 'Anything Worth Saying', is a typically self-regarding piece about how rubbish everything is, but how uninteresting that is to say, and maybe how that's like a vicious circle; and also: how much Hitman I've been playing instead of doing anything productive.
Hopefully there'll be a S.P.A.M. Spreads #2 sometime during 2021 (and hopefully it'll be a better year for art (and everything)).