Thank you one and all for your interest in my recent zine inspired by the oft-whimsical nature of collective nouns. Postal orders for copies of A vagary of impediments and a sneak of weasels have been sent to destinations I myself have yet to visit in person. To Simons Town, South Africa, to Bristol, UK, and to Pittsburgh, USA, I have sent a configuration of natural objects and a catch of fish whilst strings of horses and crowds of onlookers snaked pathway to Prairieville, Helensvale, and Belmont. I very much hope you enjoyed this zine and my fingers remain crossed in hope that the troop of monkeys behaved themselves for such rabble-rousers they can be.
A vagary of impediments and a sneak of weasels can be purchased through our online store, or, for those in Melbourne, head to Hand Held Gallery and Sticky Institute and pick up a copy in person.
Should you harbour a desire for us to explore a favourite collective noun, now would be the time to sing out. A rope of onions, a streak of tigers, or perhaps a nest of rumours, a disguising of tailors or a leash of greyhounds, we shall consider them all.
Returning soon with a grove of trees and a quiver of arrows.
Until then, my friends, be well.