Monthly Archives: March 2014
Booger Break Brie, 20 pages (buy here) If you enjoy flipping channels in the dead of night while zonked on sleeplessness and sugar, you’ll really dig this comic. Each page is a segment of a bizarro late night kids variety … Continue reading
FORGOT TO INVITE JUSTIN CORPORATION: Commoner’s Guide to Nonsense, Part 1 David E.F. Currie, 12 pages “The Naki-Ax is how I look at my memories. The fishtail dove tails into my thoughts. Moments are like fish, once they are gone … Continue reading
I’ve got a fairly curmudgeonly-sounding review of NYC online journal Squawk Back over on the In/Words blog. It was commissioned a few months back, but is now seeing daylight. Go sunbathe in it. JM’s JaM: Dr. Octagon – Halfsharkalligatorhalfman
http://www.brokenpencil.com/deathmatch-2014-finals-round-7 He’s made it to the finals and is all alone. It’s cold there. Warm him with votes.
Conversation Élaina Gauthier-Mamaril (8 pages) “Everything remarkable and beautiful is as difficult as it is rare.” Élaina Gauthier-Mamaril’s very brief Conversation was one of the most interesting zines I picked up at the last event. A sparse and contemplative piece, … Continue reading
Acknowledgements and Poems Avonlea Fotheringham, 24 pages (+5 track CD) “You said: surrender without weakness, and I didn’t say (should’ve said): teach me. You saw reinvention: not submissiveness; not Ermine bound up in Wire.” – From Acknowledgements Ottawa poetry is … Continue reading