Eat My Paper brings together micro-editors and self-publishers

Brussels boasts an incredibly varied and dynamic scene of micro-editors, self-publishers, and artist collectives that find absolute creative freedom in their personal work.

This is no different for the thirty-odd initiatives that are being brought together by Eat My Paper at Recyclart on 28 October: from photographers and bookbinders to comic strip creators and graphic artists.

The salon for independent publishing that was founded by Marseille-born photographer Camille Carbonaro – who will herself be present with her independent publishing house Macaronibook – offers irresistible delicacies that combine a passion for paper with curiosity and inventiveness. Haute cuisine, in short, from which no connoisseur will leave unsated.

> Eat My Paper. 28/10, 15.00, Recyclart, Brussels

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