The Runcible Spoon's (print, not digital!) #INTERNETISSUE takes a food-focused look at both the early internet - in all its early-tech/now-cringeworthy splendor - and the current internet, where pointless clickbait and salacious headlines rule. Order It Here On Etsy This issue is our longest (68 pages!) and most out-there issue ever. We somehow convinced Alica Forneret to eat … [Read more...] about Issue 14
Show your love for our little zine and make a donation! It just takes $200 to make 500 copies, so every dollar counts. And we'd be so grateful for your support. You can donate through PayPal here: Donate to the Runcible Spoon Here's a silly video we made for Kickstarter. We filmed it in the community garden next to our house. Malaka explains why readers and lovers of food … [Read more...] about DONATE
On April 6th, the Runcible Spoon is heading to the Brooklyn Museum in New York to host a Community Cookbook Making event in conjunction with the Brooklyn Zine Fest and the East Village Inky zine. This event is part of the Museum's Target First Saturdays, a monthly series of free art and entertainment programming. During the event, visitors are invited to come with a recipe … [Read more...] about Come To A Crowdsourced Community Cookbook-Making Extravaganza!
"They dined on mince, and slices of quince, Which they ate with a runcible spoon; And hand in hand, on the edge of the sand, They danced by the light of the moon, The moon, The moon, They danced by the light of the moon." -- The Owl and the Pussycat by Edward Lear VFAQ (Very Frequently Asked Questions): What the hell is this Runcible Spoon … [Read more...] about Aboat
Bryan Minnich, an illustrator and graphic designer here in D.C., just started Popular Demand, a beautifully designed print magazine that showcases an unexpected collection of illustrations, stories, photography and artworks. It's presence is a testament to the District's growing independent design and publishing community, and we at the Runcible Spoon couldn't be more excited … [Read more...] about Popular Demand Is In Popular Demand