Saturday, May 1, 2010
What's in our May issue?
Our May issue has turned out to be our biggest and best yet. With the support and interest in Good Gabble only growing this issue is a whopping 40 pages.
Late in April we had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing Deborah De Williams who is not only an inspiration to many but a person with determination and a wonderful disposition. Deborah is running around Australia raising money for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Having survived breast cancer herself, along with two broken feet on her first attempt, she hopes to finish her run in March 2011 having covered 17,621 kilometres. You can read more about Deborah, her journey and our interview this month in Good Gabble. We will continue to follow Deborah each month keeping our readers up to date on her journey and the money she raises. We wish Deborah all the best and look forward to supporting her great cause.
Each month Good Gabble is presented to our readers in the form of a newzine. This month we look at what a zine is and how it differs from a magazine. We introduce our readers to the underworld of zines and zinesters. This article can also be found in the discussion section of our facebook group where we are currently running a poll on the presentation of Good Gabble. We ask all to read this article and consider our message and the environment before completing the poll.
Also in Good Gabble this month:
The road to positivity - Good Gabble hits the road
Feature organisation - Save the Children
Knit one, save one
Organic bedding - The secret to a good nights sleep
Smartbox - the smart way to gift giving
Reiki - The power of healing
ThinkUKnow - Australian families get an online security boost
Grey Nomads - 'Dunnera Boys' Hay NSW
Sugar fatigue - Fact or Fiction?
Innovative Industries Conference 2010
Enrich your lifestyle, Memoirs of a homestay host by Clay Henri Tenni
World Kids Colouring Day !
International Composting Awareness Week
Plus heaps, heaps more........
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