After a printing delay Zelda Magazine Issue ten is back from the printer and we are happy to make it available to you! Inside you will find the usual great articles on vintage lifestyle, art, music and fashion, and tips on where to find it today. In this issue there are articles on: Snapshots of Cuba, Lives of Andrae Nordskog, Sizing Up Vintage Patterns, We’re All Mad Here: The Marx Brothers In Context, Folding A Linen Pocket Square, Mary Carlisle: From Silents to Musicals, Jeron “Blind Boy” Paxton, Prohibition Pot and Jazz, Sammy Tramp: The Artful Masher, Gotham Etiquette, Sage Advice with Mister Burton, Vintage City 101 – St Louis, On The Town, and as always, The Recipe Box!
The latest issue of Zelda Magazine is off to the printer, with feature articles on the music of the Jazz Age, both days of early recording to those who specialize in it today! We also celebrate the art deco glory of Havana, Cuba, where the International Coalition of Art Deco Societies recently held its World Congress. St. Louis plays a big part in this issue, too, both as Zelda’s “Vintage City” and as the home to Sammy Tramp, our featured performer, known for vaudeville and old time silent films worldwide.
Speaking of silent films, we interviewed centenarian Mary Carlisle, who got her start as a child actress in silent films and graduated to musicals with Bing Crosby!
Look for issue 10 of Zelda Magazine soon!
The next issue of Zelda: The Magazine of the Vintage Nouveau, is going to press the end of March, so get your ads in now!
Issue 10 of Zelda Magazine will be available to order at the end of April. It’s our Spring/Summer edition- so it’s a great time to show our readers new items and promote mid-year seasonal events! Finding gifts for a vintage lover is no easy job, and Zelda is the place our readers can refer to anytime for that task!
We are keeping the same low rates we offered in 2013, and returning advertisers get a twenty percent discount!
All advertising rates include your print advertisement in Zelda and a web link on our site for six months as a sponsor of the magazine. Bargain banner and quarter page ads include a text link on our site; while half page, full page, and cover page ads include a 75 x 200 pixel banner.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have, and to book space in Zelda’s upcoming issue!
We’re hard at work on the next issue of Zelda, coming to you for Spring/Summer of 2014!
The Jazz Age is influencing all kinds of current events, lifestyle, art and culture, and now is the time for advertisers to promote to all their fans! Contact us at email@example.com for more details and place an ad in the next issue!
The next issue of Zelda is going to be published in April, get your ads in by March 21st!
Zelda Magazine Issue #3 is out of print, but is now available as a free downloadable PDF.
ISSUE THREE – CHARLES ‘BUDDY’ROGERS CONTENT: America’s Boyfriend : Charles “Buddy” Rogers (interview); Gold Diggers of 1933, Formerly Famous: Ursula Parrott , The Berkeley Cocktail, Wig Wearing Tutorial, Tie Wearing Basics, Illustrations by Fyodor Pavlov, Lawrence Gullo, and Dame Darcy, Drew Nugent & the Midnight Society, Midnight Magic : Medianoche, Sage Advice : Mister Burton, Vintage City 101: Paris, On the Town, The Recipe Box
Zelda Magazine Issue Nine is now available to purchase online!
Just in time for the holidays, the newest issue of Zelda is out for Fall/Winter! You can buy it at select stores and events or purchase it online here. And to complete your holiday gifts, you can buy previous issues, too! The latest issue is full of all kinds of Jazz Age, Art Deco, Prohibition-era and other early 20th Century vintage articles on lifestyle, art, culture and events!
And don’t forget to click on our newest sponstors for some great Jazz Age ideas for holiday gift-giving!
Zelda Issue 9 includes: Gene Tunney, Drinking to Remember, Jazz Age Humorists, Thelma Terry, Vintage Manicure, Style Guide For Men, Alice Guy Blaché, Alex Mendham, Russell Bruner, NY Hot Jazz Revival, Gotham Etiquette, Sage Advice with Mister Burton, Vintage City 101 – London, The Recipe Box, and On the Town!
Zelda is sad to report that Depression era cooking expert Clara Cannucciari has passed away at 98. Clara contributed her baked apple recipe to Zelda Issue #5, we highly recommend it.
Fans can still get Clara’s recipes and cookbook at
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