Blockprint zines&

I've been waiting a long time to do this!  This big zine is a compilation of the best Experience of Art stories taken from my quarterly GoodGood BonBon zine.  The cover is a brand new blockprint of mine and inside are featured an array of more of my favourites.  Stories about going to an exhibit of surrealist women; seeing the largest Canadian retrospective of the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat; the story of participating in the world debut of the Marina Abramović Institute prototype/installation; thoughts about "The Artist is Present" at the MOMA; farewell story to Alexander McQueen; story of getting advice from (not the ghost) of René Magritte; finding myself in the words and images of Situationist avant-guard artist Asger Jorn.  Paula Plater-Galloway. ISSN 2369-5129

CREATIVE FLOW zine (8 contributors)
Shame can be as subtle and unseen as tucking your menstrual pad into your sleeve as you walk out of class to the bathroom. Laugh out your shame with this zine. Hilarious&bold stamp carvings by Paula, both political and anecdotal stories, rants, reflections, deliciously common 'gory' details turned beautiful again.. Read 8 absolutely different perspectives about menstruation in a hand-made, hand-carved art work laden zine! Includes info on 'the keeper' menstrual cup and instructions for home-sewn menstrual pads.

BLOCK TRAFFIC zine&workshop I spent 6 months in the Vancouver public library researching 10 political blockprint artists of past and present. I then turned that project into a workshop called "Block traffic: blockprints and political image making" and held it at various places including the Montreal Anarchist Bookfair. This zine gave a little overview of six of those artists including big images of their work. José Guadalupe Posada, Käthe Kollwitz, Elizabeth Catlett, Eric Drooker, Carlos Cortez and Leopoldo Mendez. Incredibly, unbelievable, brilliant, powerful work and amazing lives.

This stamp carving is the poster I created for the benefit cabaret show for the 8th annual Anarchist Bookfair in Montréal. It is the largest stamp carving work I have made to date. Recently this poster was included in the new book from Cumulus Press about political posters from Quebec, "Picture This"! visit: