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We've wrapped up the eighth issue of Johnny America, a little 'zine of fiction, humor, and other miscellany. We're really happy with this one, and think it makes for perfect winter reading -- a little bit whimsical, a little bit sinister. 40 pages of fiction with a two-color silkscreen cover by Patrick Giroux and seven beautiful illustrations by John Lee, plus a 16-page mini-zine of mini-reviews slipped into the thread binding. $3, or trade.
Direct trades, cash, or check payable to Moon Rabbit Drinking Club & Benevolence Society to:
PO BOX 44-2001
Lawrence, KS 66044
Alternately, you can always order via our web store or find the new issue (in a couple of weeks) at at these fine retailers.
I have a new zine! And it is basically the What's the Deal With You And Microcosm? blog post plus a little more including a paragraph from Cindy Crabb clarifying a bit of her request.
I'm just going to say that this zine is not for everyone. 26 is my leave favorite number and I ended up writing about my least favorite topic that just will not go away!
In 2006 I wrote the zine Brainscan #21: Irreconcilable Differences. This zine was about my personal experience of realizing I was in an emotionally abusive relationship, finding the courage to move on and challenging other people to identify power and how they use in in all of their relationships. In Brainscan 21 I did not name name because I did no think it was useful, but in this zine I do. Several other people have approached me with issues they have had with the same person and I thought it might be helpful for people to hear a bit more of my story tying my personal experience with Joe to my business experience.
This zine is based on this blog post http://alexwrekk.wordpress.com/2010/07/29/so-whats-the-deal-with-yo.... 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. 32 pages 1/4 sized and uncharacteristly text heavy. Back cover illustration by Steve Larder
How you can get a copy:
stick $2 USD in an envelope and send it to:Alex Wrekk 5307 N Minnesota ave Portland, Oregon 97217
Paypal $2.50 to email@example.com
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My zines page will tell you how to get a copy (trades preferred!)