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"LE#2 is about clothing and memory - I picked a handful of my most worn clothing items and wrote the stories/memories that accompany them. In some small way, this is a zine about how we curate our identities through our clothing. How, when we dress ourselves, we are sending signals about who we are and where we come from. This zine includes a paper doll and cut-outs of the clothing that I’ve written about."
Lovely mini zine with a totally interesting list of a week of google searches.
"First off, Sarah McCarry is the queen of beautiful, letterpressed covers, right? I can’t get enough of the gorgeous ways that she packages her zines. The latest Glossolalia continues with more about Sarah’s relationship with New York: how it’s a city that almost broke her, and how she forged on & eventually made a place for herself (& her writing & other projects) within it. It’s a tale for all of us who have felt doomed or lost or like we were about to be swallowed whole by things outside of ourselves. It’s quiet & sad, but it’s also inspiring & hopeful. And of course, it’s all told in Sarah’s gorgeous, evocative writing style. "
Brainscan #26"This zine is based on this blog post http://alexwrekk.wordpress.com/2010/07/29/so-whats-the-deal-with-you-and-microco…. People have kept asking me about it so I thought I would put it in zine format. The blog post is about my least favorite subject: my history with Microcsm Publishing, Joe Biel and his attempted and failed accountability processes plus input from a few other people. To lighten the load I also talk about some of the other stuff I have been involved with and things I’m looking forward to next year.”