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66 pp. Kind of an Utne reader for zines. News, letters, media reviews, classifieds. Columns are An Education in Lapdog Journalism by Susan Boren; Frustrations of a Cynical Zombie by Jerianne; Everything I Know about Journalism I Learned in a Smelly Old Basement, by Stephanie Webb. Breaking Free of the Chains by Doug Holland. Objective Journaism by Michael. and On Drugs by Jake.
Book Id: 63166$25.00
Xeroxed zine of 40 pp., unnumbered. Illustrated with b/w photographs, line drawings, and computer art. Edited and published by Scott Scott. Contents include Scott's It's A Man's World, a mighty misogynistic piece that begins "A Woman only serves an integral part of society when she has a dick in her mouth." Letters. Cherry Fanta goes after religion in Going Down on God. A 1995 comic by Knight explores the deathly results of your house paint starting to peel and crack. Scott Scott writes, in Patriarchal Purification, a kind of enraged anti-catholic paean to abortion, illustrated with a crucifix made of penes and detourned erotic comix. Film, music and zine reviews. Crotchy Smurf's article Robo Fuckin' describes sex on Robitussin. Then a long photo-illustrated discussion of fat porn in Buff magazine, in Scott's Fuck My Fat! A page of fortunately blurry reproductions of genital sores. And another comic by Knight.
Book Id: 56628$25.00
Glossy covers wrap newsprint zine of 80 pp., unnumbered. Edited by Rev. Randall Tin-ear. With Derek Hess, Nelson Gary, Paul Levine, Gabe Martinez, Jessica Hopkins, Sean Stepanoff, Geoff Carter, etc. Letters. Music, zine, book, comic, and video reviews. Albert B. Friedman writes The Scatological Rites of Burglars, originally printed in Western Folklore. Paul Levine on The Unbearable Lightness of Colonoscopy. Mozart Merde! discusses the scatological bent of the great composer. Shit is The Clay of Life is a kind of history of excrement and toilets, and includes poop quotesand cute drawings. Rev. Tin-ear interviews The Muffs, then Tara Sin of We Like Poo zine, and Evan Cohen, author of I Was a Teenage Murder Junkie.
Book Id: 56630$15.00
Glossy covers wrap a newsprint zine of 80 pp. Rev. Randall Tin-ear, MoniQue, Sheri Neville, Gerald Wheeler, David Liberation. Letters. Mistress MoniQue asks if phone sex encourages serial killers. Dave Liberation on what punk is. Zine, CD and book reviews. Orange County, photo illustrated. Rev. Randall Tin-ear on Earache Records. Scene photos from Al's bar, Spaceland, etc.
Book Id: 56629$15.00
Jim Goad Enterprises
Zine of 132 pp. including covers. Glossy pull-out centerfold is The Rape Game illustrated by Mike Diana. Intense, white working-class anger and intelligence sprays all over you, the reader, and various aspects of our existence. Illustrated with b/w photographs, drawings, and collages. This issue is about rape, shit, and disfiguring disease. Edited by Jim Goad, assisted by Debbie Goad. Guest writers Shaun Partridge, Randall Phillip, Boyd Rice. Graphics by Jim Blanchard, Nick Bougas, Trevor Brown, Timothy Patrick Butler, Tom Crites, Molly Kiely, Max X Smith. Cover by Frank Kozik. Goad writes on "My Sick Mommy" -- his mommy was not very nice, and he's pretty angry about it still. Smiles Are Evil on dentistry. Interview with Donny the Punk, jail punk. Molly Kiely comic, Anal Date Rape. Adam Parfrey on Fucking Andrea Dworkin. Peter Sotos on little girls, illustrated with Trevor Brown drawings. Abuse of Power, about rape by incest, day-care workers, scoutmasters, cops, doctors, holy men. Predators continues the theme, exploring AIDS terrorists, juvenile offenders, jocks, the Gangbang, the serial rapist, the lust killer. Prey examines girls, boys, the retarded, nuns, old ladies, and unlucky women. An almost hopeful story about amputation. And a short history of racist country & western music. This issue was the focus of a Bellingham, WA obscenity case against Jim Goad.
Book Id: 56634$125.00
Xeroxed magazine of 40 pp, with pink cardstock covers. Body Modification, or BODMOD. Richard Chung photographs Greg Weber's Toys for the Insane, detourned babydolls combined with sadomasochistic paraphernalia. Profile of Colin Sickboy, and performance artists Janine de Luna-Azul and Phyllis Masters. Interview with Mr. Moko, harpist and body artist. Photo session with Phoenix, contortionist. Photo of Niki's voluptous naked body. Interview with Steve Borrego & Karen Slafter at Native Images Tattoo Studio. Meeting with Ruben Soriano, bondage artist. Darrin Fisher's tattoos.
Book Id: 56635$25.00
Newsprint zine of 116 pp. including covers. Illustrated with b/w cover shots and computer graphics. A listing of the fantastic offerings at Atomic Books. Zines, VHS, books, magazines, music, comix with original descriptions. Plus a few articles, such as "Building a Better Sex Machine" by Gareth Branwyn and Sean Carton. John Marr on Shopping with Thrift Score. Sexy, lowbrow, occult, indie, great stuff. Accompanied by the Fall 1998 Update, 32 pp. more of conspiracies, UFOs, drugs, mayhem, fringe, satanism, pinups, queer, and bizarre fetish.
Book Id: 56636$25.00
Ben Is Dead
Zine of 116 pp. including covers. Sex Club Story by Patty Powers. Jocko Weyland on Strawberry Essence. Rev. Al on Woods Near Raleigh. Darby writes My First Memory. The Hamburg Diaries of Ms. Vaginal Davis. My Disease Narrative (Guillan-Barre Syndrome) by Brian Doherty. And so much more.
Book Id: 56664$25.00
Ben Is Dead
Zine of 132 pp. including covers. Edited by Darby Romeo. This is the last issue. Brian Bannon's love affair with Jodie Foster. Brian Doherty provides a Fame timeline. Interview with Michael Horowitz, Winona Ryder's father, who says he's not famous. Howard Hallis on celebrity encounters. Chris Lee on Princess Superstar. Chip Rowe reviews some famous names. Crispin Glover. Postmodern groupies fuck dead rock stars. El Vez.
Book Id: 56666$25.00
Ben Is Dead
Zine of 148 pp. including covers. Edited and published by Darby. Al Cacophony looks at right-wing t-shirt lexicology (for example: The fastest way to a woman's heart is straight through her fucking ribcage). Michael Carr interviews Douglas Rushkoff. Saint Teresa Stone and Paul Iannone on street postering. Frank Kozik. Kerin and Darby meet Duran Duran, and interview other bands like Skatengs and Fastbacks. Psychic Network addiction. Conversation with Ian Reed. Ethan Port on Telephone Voice BBS Systems. Communication and Community on Internet Relay Chat, by Elizabeth M. Reid. Don Lewis on the Backpack Loudspeaker. Boing Boing interviewed too. Factsheet Five.
Book Id: 56667$25.00
Ben Is Dead
Zine of 156 pp. including covers. Edited and published by Darby, assisted by Lorraine Mahru. Chris S. Morrill on Mr. T comix. Erotic Fluffy the Dog comix by Pattty Powers and Fiona Smyth. Darby interviews Ariel Schrag. Another comic entitled Monster. Dan Raeburn on Jack Chick comix. Leyna Marika P. on Japanese Girlz Comix. Darby interviews Tart artist Howie Dard. Interview with Last Gasp publisher Ron Turner. Darby on Golden Apple comic book store. And more interview of Mike Diana, the man forbidden to draw. Karen Eng interviews Adrian Tomine. Noel Tolentino interviews Christine Shields of Blue Hole. Howard Hallis interviews Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean. Stymie Baldwin interviews Zap comic artists. Peter Bagge's Hate. Jim Woodring comix. And o so much more.
Book Id: 56665$25.00
24 pp. including covers. Illustrated throughout with altered b/w photos and drawings. Edited by Dan Levy, with contributions by David Enos, Michael Albanese, Stephen Corbin, Dawn Levy, Todd Parrish, Mark Simmons, Joe Smoke. AIDS suffer suffers. Important gay phrases in German (It's too big. It's not possible!) Map to the dry cleaners of Santa Monica Blvd. Detourned classifieds. True Love Trilogy, poetry. Need advice? Ask Kitty's Butthole. Act Up Gets Shortchanged. Being Black and Gay and Male in the Age of AIDS.
Book Id: 58888$75.00
Syntel Vista, Inc.
60 pp. including covers. Edited by Zachary Blackstone and Alexander Tolstoy. Letters. Applying for a drivers license. Pirate Radio survival guide. Taipan Enigma's BBS review, part 3. Chemicals and where to find them. List of the colors of box and what they do, usually with telephones (Black box, copper box, magenta box, etc.). Zine resource list. News on California adding magnetic strips to driver's licenses. News of interest to hackers. Classified ads.
Book Id: 57156$10.00
20 pp. Photos, personals, one handed fiction and true stories by and about horny smart naked guys. How to tell if your trick is really smart (How big is that in metric?) Book reviews (they like Lyotard and Meatmen). Gay sex photo session amongst the stacks.
Book Id: 58891$35.00
96 pp. newsprint with glossy covers. Zine reviews with an emphasis on Canada. Also features on the media, with articles by Hal Niedzviecki, Jean Smith, Wilson Lee, Emily Pohl-Weary, Michelle Irving, Derek Riel, and Dave Fisher. New fiction by Kathleen Whelan, Paul Hong, and Dave Hazzan. Excerpts from zines, letters from readers, music and scene reviews.
Book Id: 57215$15.00
48 pp. Letters. Cranky Land, a Candy Land parody. Quick Tips for Bar Scrapping. The redemption of Keanu Reeves. Tom Bielavitz on a road trip. Iconic reviews of music and magazines and media. Illustration-heavy issue of this zine full of cranky punky stuff.
Book Id: 57212$15.00
80 pp. Angry letters. Angrier letters. The End Times Are Near, illustrated by DB Velveeda. Don Frew on the anti-semitism in Star Trek. The Truth about Self-Righteous Christian Converts. Jeremy Braddock contributes a comprehensive guide to the Films of Elvis Presley. Briefer reviews of teenage boy beat-off films, circa 1982-1987. Trip report, they go to Las Vegas, Salt Lake City. The story of Highball, the Movie. Dan Kelly writes amusing tales of mental illness. Drug Interaction Guide, plus vitamin regiments for drunks. And a long guide to various drugs and substances and how effective they can be to induce death. And an index.
Book Id: 57213$15.00
Liz Saidel & Julie Halpern
28 pp. including covers. Xerox zine by Liz Saidel and Julie Halpern. They write about their youth. Julie reminisces wistfully about not going to Prom, while Liz rebuts describing the alienating shame of actually attending. The band Hanson. Games to play when you have to be on the phone, but have nothing to say. An ode to their weird friend Beth. Liz's embarassing adolescent phases, tempered by Punk Rock. Centerspread is a big "fuck you" to a grade school enemy. Pre-adolescent pastimes like playing office or bar, or tape recording things. An homage to Always Plus pads. The fights of high school. A crush on Rooster. A review of Judy Blume's Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret.
Book Id: 57920$20.00
Liz Saidel & Julie Halpern
40 pp. including covers. Xerox zine by Liz Saidel and Julie Halpern. Liz details her extensive Corey Hart collection. Julie describes her library work, examining the records of patrons she found interesting. Answering machine messages. Movies that Julie has memorized, from Breakfast Club to Weird Science; then her obsession with certain TV shows like Degrassi (Junior) High or Beverly Hills 90210. Liz on various ways to be cool, like Rubber Stamps or Decoupage. Juice Addict diary. Another obsession with actor Noah Hathaway. Jonathan Cohen contributes a guest column. Liz on giving cheesy gifts. Another article about their friend Beth and her dog-a-day calendar. Julie on the sensuality of Scandinavian languages. Julie on Swedish Fish. Julie writes a fan letter to star of Nickelodeon show Don't Just Sit There. Julie's weird Charlton Heston obsession. Astrology as an obsession. Obsession on sugar packets.
Book Id: 57921$15.00
16 pp. xeroxed zine. Artists are V. Blast, Devlin Thompson, Greg Wyatt, Stepan Chapman, Eric Jenson, Gak, T.J. Wharton, and Jon Germom. Writers are Andrew Swartz, Brian Johnson, Jack Kilowatt, M.C. McDonald, Cindy Rosmus, and Joe Johnson. Ketchup revenge to a parking lot altercation. Car safety center spread. Gruesome kidnapping story. Strange anti-kiddie-porn screed. Hard and unpleasant, combined with squinty printing.
Book Id: 57922$25.00
40 pp. Semi-glossy ziney mag featuring work by Savage Pencil, Simon Cooper, Dave Hamilton, Melinda Gebbie, Gary Ingham, Lee Burrows, and more. Includes CD Ration of Saints: 50 years of Northampton music. Very DIY focused. The highlight is Alan Moore's essay on underground publishing, a very original take on what are otherwise well-worn stories of censorship in the west. Also, guerrilla gardening. How to stitch a necktie into a corsage. Laid in: Notes from Noho: Things to do in Semilong when you're dead, by Martin Marprelate, an 8 p. booklet of prose and photography and music reviews.
Book Id: 68433$25.00
R. Seth Friedman
160 pp. The go-to zine to find zine reviews and ordering information. THE entry point into alternative culture before the Internet. Articles are, how to cash those checks, by Dennis Fiery. Gossip by Jeff Koyen Mary Fleener on scams in the zine network. Index.
Book Id: 57925$15.00
R. Seth Friedman
96 pp. The go-to zine to find zine reviews and ordering information. THE entry point into alternative culture before the Internet. Articles are A User's Guide to U.S. Mail. Antonio Lopez writes Magazine DIstribution 101. Index.
Book Id: 57924$15.00
R. Seth Friedman
120 pp. The go-to zine to find zine reviews and ordering information. THE entry point into alternative culture before the Internet. This is R. Seth Friedman's last issue, perhaps the last issue altogether. Christopher Becker shares facts about the US Post Office. G. Gordon A. Valledor behind teh scenes at the post office. R. Seth Friedman writes a history of F5, The Factsheet Five Story: Or...Zines Are My Life. Julee Peezlee reminisces on the mail art hassles. Christopher Becker on what he's really learned from zines. Index.
Book Id: 57927$10.00
R. Seth Friedman
160 pp. The go-to zine to find zine reviews and ordering information. THE entry point into alternative culture before the Internet. The main article in this issue is The Secret of my Success: Zine Publishers Reveal the Secrets of Their Success. Jim Goad of Answer Me. Pagan Kennedy of Pagan's Head. Marcelle Karp of Bust. David Greenberger of Duplex Planet. Jen Angel of Fucktooth. Christopher Becker writes on Zine Publishers: Missing In Action, on why some zines stop. Jeff Koyen has more gosip. Index.
Book Id: 57926$10.00
20 pp. Comics, handwritten and typewritten screeds, reviews. B/w xerox with occasional color rubber stampings. Manfred McStoned in The Final Bonghit, comic. Strange Apocalyptic Ravings section. X-Rated Comics by Ed Martens, shows guys with giant penises deciding whether a cart or wife is best to carry it. Drawings, clip art, clip text collages. The Funhouse of Fear, kind of like the tree of life in Kabbalah with sections Chocolate, Ni, Hair, and Yoga. Anti-Xtian comix and rants. Clark Kent II wins an essay contest with his text about the hidden sausage of Mephistopholes. Inside back cover is Psychotic Fred comic by Ed Masters.
Book Id: 58411$15.00
unpaginated [48pp., including covers] b/w, copy-machine printed, underground 'zine with gay theme, illustrated by drawings, photos and cartoons. This issue features "Doing the Drag" by David Huberman, "Mamaw" by Lance Livesay, "AIDS Testing Problems in Federal Prisons" by Adam Starchild. Saddle stapled digest-sized zine.Very good
Book Id: 35650$35.00
8 pp. After a 3-year hiatus, Larry-Bob republished this zine because so many cool things are out there to publish. Michelle Tea contributes a story of her adventures with Jay and Michale Aston. Comic by Steve Macisaac. Roger Pinnell story. Poetry by Marcus Rene Van, Joke Kaviaar, Edward Mycue, and J. Jaye Sablan. Simon Sheppard on The Phenomenology of Cocksucking. And more. Newsprint folded to 8.5" x 11".
Book Id: 57217$35.00
36 pp. including covers. Illustrated with b/w collages, drawings, and photos. Aaron Noble writes how modern sex began when we created cameras to watch us. Also articles by Lani Eberhardt, Jonathan Formula. Suzanne Stefanac on Porn and the first amendment. Interview with Toby Ross. Europe on $25 a day, by Simon Sheppard and William Atkins, sketches a number of gay-ish encounters the author had in various European cities.
Book Id: 57218$35.00
Phun Key Publications
88 pp. From Stevyn. An extremely cool and progressive zine touching on computing, phreaking, geeking, drugs, rave culture, blue boxes, BBS phone numbers, hacking, Interview with Julian/LifeForce. Greetings from Clan Analogue. E-zines. Weird Japanese RC toys. What the news doesn't tell you about hydrogen generation. Explosives disguised as narcotics. Zine reviews. Great ads for related content.
Book Id: 58407$15.00
Phun Key Publications
128 pp. From Stevyn. An extremely cool and progressive zine touching on computing, phreaking, geeking, drugs, rave culture, blue boxes, BBS phone numbers, hacking, and such. George on techno music and The Black Dog, plus an interview. Underground Press Conference in Chicago, spotlight on Julee Peezlee and Dyslexic. Interview with Andrew Barker of 808 State. Toby Marks on Banco de Gaia. Questions for Dr. Ducky Doolittle. The best Hong Kong and Kung Fu movies. Doghead Cola on Leary. Mogg Morgan & Ruth Killick. UK band Eat Static. Who is the Aquatic Ape? Zine, music reviews. Interview with Nebulanine. Boxed Macaroni & Cheese review. Cellular Fraud in the UK. Scanner data exchange. Retail Skamz instructions. Kool Tapez. Andre the Giant sticker campaign. Book reviews. BioDiesel. Bonnie Burton on hacking the Internet. Wild stuff, with lots of adverts for related media.
Book Id: 58408$15.00
52 pp. Amy Balkin and James Harbison put this together, real interviews of real people and visits to their strange homes and constructions. Illustrated from b/w photos and collages. This issue is much tighter than the first. The Camera Obscura on Broken Angel, Ben Furstenberg and Amy Balkin interview Cindy and Arthur Woods. Catalina Zarogoza's Doll House in Tijuana. Bottle Village. by Tressa Prisbrey, interviewing Daniel Pall and Janice Wilson. Forestiere Underground Gardens in Fresno. Watts Towers in Los Angeles. Dan Adams and teh Round House in Novato. Frank Van Zandt's Thunder Mountain in Nevada. Tommy Scott's Chinese House. Reverend Howard Finster's Paradise Garden. Elizabeth Appel and Nitwitt Ridge. And the Winchester Mystery House.
Book Id: 58415$25.00
52 pp. Amy Balkin and James Harbison put this together, real interviews of real people. Jobs are paramedic, mobile knife sharpener, apprentice taxidermist, flavor maker, bail bondsman, bagel painter, saints, (a taco truck review), electrician's helper at a nuclear power plant, commercial driver, hospital switchboard operator, and an obitiary of the best shoe shiner in SF. Illustrated with drawings of paper-doll clothes for various jobs, and other clips. Compelling work and a great package.
Book Id: 58414$25.00
The Free Association
12 pp. A anti-statist, decentralist, anti-authoritarian, mutual aid, voluntary cooperation sort of perspective; applied to Central America. Also Reflections on Contragate by David Porter. Civil Disobedience poem by Kathy Manley. A Critique of Central American Solidarity by David Porter. Autonomy for the Miskito Indians? by Vicki Fox.
Book Id: 60620$25.00
60 pp. Classic zine with articles, collage, comics and political / sociological commentary. Contributors to this issue include Freddie Baer, Sally A. Frye, Linda Thomas, Cookie, Gidget Digit, Helen Highwater, Lucius Cabins, Maxine Holz, Louis Michaelson, Chris Winks, Ernie Parell, Clayton Sheridan, Bernard P., John J., Richard Laubach, J. Gulesian, Michael Anderson, Leslie Regan Shade, Steve Stallone, Jamie, Melinda Gebbie, and Susan C.
Book Id: 59120$25.00
68 pp. Classic zine with articles, collage, comics, and political / sociological commentary. Special Sex Issue. Contributors include Helen Highwater, Chris Winks, Freddie Baer, Maxine Holz, Louis Michaelson, Zoe Noe, Lucius Cabins, Stephen Marks, Bradley Rose, Sally A. Frye, Linda Thomas, The Motleys, Richard Laubach, Michelle La Place, Ricke "K", Clayton Sheridan, Linda Wiens, Friends of the Toad, Out-of-Control Data Institute (Donna Kossey), Pauline Slug, Melinda Gebbie, Shirley Garzotto and Ian Hughes.
Book Id: 59121$25.00
60 pp. Classic zine with articles, collage, comics and political / sociological commentary. Contributors include Helen Highwater, Chris Winks, Maxine Holz, Louis Michaelson, Zoe Noe, Lucius Cabins, Stephen Marks, Bradley Rose, Sally A. Frye, Linda Thomas, M. Whitson, Richard Laubach, Michelle La Place, Rickie "K", Clayton Sheridan, Shirley Garzotto, Oscar Bernal, Tom Athanasiou, Dorothy Shellorne, Ana Kellia Ramares, Mark Hensley, David Steinberg, J. Gulesian, Tom Wayman, R. Godollei, Frank Discussion.
Book Id: 59122$45.00
76 pp. Classic zine with articles, collage, comics, and political / sociological commentary. Contributors include Paul Mavrides, Lucius Cabins, Linda Thomas, Helen Highwater, Arachne, Maxine Holz, bea Rose, Paxa Lourde, "Boz," Melquiades, Stephen Marks, Rickie "K", Clayton Sheridan, Zoe Noe, Steve Stallone, Black Rose/Red Star, Ashbury Press, Louis Michaelson, M. Whitson, Diane W., J. Gulesian.
Book Id: 59123$25.00
64 pp. Classic zine with articles, collage, comics and political / sociological commentary. Contributors include Bea Rose, Stephen Marks, Paxa Lourde, Helen Highwater, Mead-O, Louis Michaelson, e. oZoNe, Maxine Holz, Linda Thomas, Boz, Lucius Cabins, Jesus Jr., Melquiades, Kelly Call Girl, Chris Winks, Pauline Slug, Clayton Sheridan, Steve Stallone, Primitivo Morales, Qarl, Ashbury Press, Cal Trade Bindery, and Melinda Gebbie.Laid in is a legal-sized sheet with an index to the first 10 issues of Processed World.
Book Id: 59124$25.00
Magazine of 96 pp., illustrated throughout with b/w photographs and artworks. The Sex Issue. Nude collages by Freddie Baer. Mark Amerika on crashpads. Bisexuality. Cyberkick city by Stan Henry. A brief history of puck by Don Webb. Reviews of LA zines by Jennifer Doms & Kristian Knight. Daniel Pearlman on fantastic literature. Comix by Reign of Toads and Larry Tomoyasu. And a review by Glenn Sheldon of Nightmare of Ecstasy: The Life and Art of Edward D. Wood, Jr.; Ed Wood.
Book Id: 56277$25.00
32 pp. Comic drawn by Brian, with the continuing adventures of masked superheros, S.L.A. Heists, and other odd events.
Book Id: 59057$45.00
The Prime Minister of Livestock and Heavy Machinery
12 pp. 6 pp. are joke signs, for readers to photocopy and perhaps hang in an office or on a lightpole (Short example: Morals are for Sissies). Also a sticker, Drugs are Better than Jesus. Book reviews. zine listing. And, that back cover, is that Niswander?
Book Id: 62553$25.00
Newsprint zine of 30 pp. Personalzine by Adam Bregman. A brief guide to LA, illustrated with clip art. Clowns. Ways to avoid and destroy the workplace. Adam's summer vacation, including trip report to Christiana, then Jerusalem. Berlin, and Amsterdam. Three short sexy stories. He wrote music reviews for LA Weekly, and so the whole thing has a kind of indie-music / club scene feel to it.
Book Id: 56949$15.00
40 pp. including covers. Put together by D. Rex Tor, Lois Profile, Zack Rota, Steven Edie, Enrique Marie Presley, Blaze Pascal, Velveeta Fondue, Dirk Festive, Les Feliz, Sylvia Screen, Big Lennie Slosher, and photos by Rick Castro. Illustrated with b/ photos, drawings, collages, and clip art. Letters. A guide through tinseltown's tawdry boy bars. Porn tips. Poetry. Live performance reviews. The male sex industry. Hair extension hell. Enrique on celebutante lifestyle. More local ads for gay friendly festivities. Paean to an actor named Christian.
Book Id: 59071$25.00
Stains (on paper)
8 pp. Illustrated with b/w drawings and found illustrations. Poetry by Dennis G. Lee. Gary Gilmore in Hell. Anonymous writes, I hae Communicated with the Extraterrestrials. Interview with Jimmy Keller. Center spread is a photo essay of Magnolia Thunderpussy at the Boardinghouse. Reprint of a passage from Aleister Crowley's The Soul of the Desert. A photo of the front of Jabberwock Books in SF. The Cunt Column by Perrianne Simkhovitch. And some unsigned comics. A surreal, dada-meets-punk zine.
Book Id: 57874$25.00
Stains (on paper)
8 pp. Illustrated with b/w drawings and found illustrations. Trains of Thought by Del. Dennis C. Lee writes The Ears of the Libido. Christian equal time section devotional. Photo essay by Robert P. Lee of household items, labeled as the planets. Part 2 of Anonymous' article, I Have Communicated with the Extraterrestials. Poetry by Janet and Karen. Anti-pornography policy, with tongue-in-cheek example of what they will not print. Interview with band, Charles Darwin and his Evolutionary Punks. Poems by Janet and Karen. Art by D.H. A kind of surrealist zine, Dada meets Punk.
Book Id: 57875$25.00
Xerox magazine of 40 pp. Autopsy report of 1996 Burning Man. Burning Man comic. Q&A with Larry Harvey. White Trash Holiday Cookin -- recipes for squirrel pot pie, possum, and pork cake. Santas descend on Portland, to protest ... something. Report on being an election officer. Billboard hacks and other arts submitted by the readers. Plus reviews of zines, books, music.
Book Id: 56899$15.00