Kevin Roche (kproche) wrote,
Kevin Roche

It's beginning to feel a lot like... the next deadline for Yipe!

Greetings and seasonal felicitations!

Yes, it's the time of the month when I remind everyone that Yipe: The Costume Fanzine of Record is always actively seeking contributions of articles, photos, artwork, poetry, etc. about wearing costumes in public. (Actually, I'm a few days late, but don't tell my co-editor!)

We're doing a special December issue, so here's my special December request:
Costuming/Wearable Art wish lists! (illustrated with a sketch, photo or photos is even better).

If you are inclined to compose it as a letter to Santa*, that's an additional treat for us, but by no means necessary.

Here's your chance to write for Yipe! without having to write more than a couple dozen words :-)

Send your wishlists (or other offers of content contribution) to editors (at)

Best regards
Kevin Roche
Co-Editor, Yipe! Magazine

PS The November Issue went up last week!

*The Yipe! editorial position on the holidays is completely non-denominational; we just recognize them as yet another opportunity to Dress Up and Have Fun with Other People (and Maybe Get Some Presents). This all started because I was humming "All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth" while discussing possible themes, hence the letters to Santa meme.
Tags: costume, fanzines, yipe!

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