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Author:  Roy [ Fri Aug 29, 2008 10:55 am ]
Post subject:  Murky Depths in Camden Lock

If you're in the UK and happen to be in London tomorrow (30th August), pop along to Low Energy Day at Camden Lock Market, the original Camden market. It's free (open between 10 am and 6 pm) and you'll get the chance to meet Ed Norden and Luke Cooper, two regular contributors to Murky Depths; plus Richard Calder is hoping to be there.

There will be loads of other small press comic creators too, and it's a great location for bars, eating places and right next to the canal. . . and, of course, the rest of the market. It's a laid back, lazy affair - unlike the hussle and bussle of conventions.

Come and say hello.

See the table plan. Look out for Terry Martin on table six.

Author:  Terry [ Fri Aug 29, 2008 4:32 pm ]
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Thanks, Roy. Why didn't I think of putting a link here?

Author:  Terry [ Mon Sep 01, 2008 3:51 pm ]
Post subject:  Low Energy Day - Success

Well, Saturday's Low Energy Day, organised by Oli Smith and the crowd from London Underground Comics, was as successful for Murky Depthsas any "real" convention we've attended. In fact it was better as the table space (ok, so you only get a 5th of a table) was just £5, and attendees/visitors didn't have to pay a penny. Not only that but purchasers of Murky Depths had their copies signed by Luke Cooper (Issue 5 cover artist) and Ed Norden, two regular contributors to Murky Depths - a big thank you to them too for making the appearance and standing with me (chairs, what are they?) from 10 am to 6 pm (missing a fabulously sunny day - but I would say that as I'm a Leo).

Low Energy Day was the second "big" event that LUC have organised, the first being No Barcodes, and there is talk of further events being held. As a dealer, it's not for the fainthearted. While Camden Lock Market is a great location, LED is crammed into a space off the main hall (where the weekly LUC table sits), and is usually just a walk-through, although there are permanent "shops" there two. But it was a hive of activity all day, and, if for some people, their sales were not brilliant, it gave everyone a cheap chance to show their wares.

When the next one is announced try to attend. It's worth it!

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