I was first exposed to the zine world when I was 15 by a friend that worked with me at the snack bar in the local hockey rink. She was an odd character at first, but quite lovely. She would always attend work while wearing handmade skirts and glasses. She often used words too complex for my comprehension and for that I loved her dearly. If it weren't for her being such an inspiration in my life, who know what would have happened to me. This is for you, Agent J.
The Not So Incredible Life of a College Drop-out Part 1, Part 2: The Nature of it All, & Part 3: Who Carries a Journal Anyway?
Part 1 consists of an array of entries based of my oh so popular brothers teasing me, my cats, romance or the lack there of, and my best friend leaving for college.
Part 2 is filled with writing inspired by nature. (Right now, this zine is unavailable due to an extention of the zine. I hope to have it out by the end of 2009.)
Part 3 is a cumulation of journal entries from mid August 2009 to the beginning of Septermber 2009. Some entries are quite witty and enjoyable, where as some are just plain sad.
All is Fair. A short story based off forbidden, yet inevitbale love. (The not so happily ever after type.)
Corona-Norco Weekly. An environmental news clipping from the town I currently reside. (mini-zine)
My First Love. A compilation of journal entries about my first love.
If anyone would like to trade, let me know!