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a young, undersized fur-bearing animal?
a kind of small violin, now obsolete?
the whole kit and caboodle?
all of the above!
older than they look, younger than they sound. likes to keep their fur short. keeps animal companions and most of their favourite books are for children. dreams of being a children's author, having a cool kid, and not working a useless job. likes triphop and gangstagrass and all sorts of other funny genre mashing music. little bit genderqueer- ok, a lot. let's hang out and write letters in my kitchen and not talk much. yes, I want to be your penpal.
feral: a domestic species that has reverted to living in the wild
I try to live wild and cheap, so I don't always have money for trades. but always ask! I will spend my last pennies on stamps.
Some days I think I only make zines to try and make friends... or because I can't afford therapy. (this is me confessing that most of my zines are perzines, or badly disguised perzines.)
bald: this happened because people wouldn't stop asking me why I shaved my head. I dumpster dived a baby book and got snarky. short and "sweet", I'll send it to you if you sweet talk me.
L'appel du vide 1 and 2: These are just eight page zines I made because I was frustrated from not making zines. They're small and full of confessions. They're about growing up without becoming a grown up, poetry, zines, being alone, being in love, and dreams. They're kind of like intense valentines. The third issue is going to be a REAL zine!
Gathered Years #4: I don't know how to start this. So I guess I'll start it the same way I started things with you. I'll drink and smoke some things and I'll go out into the dark and provoke you.
(It's about endings and beginnings, cats and birds, it's like a letter to you. It's an invitation to be friends.) 1/2 size, 24 pages.
I'd always rather trade but sometimes I can't afford it so it'd be cool if you could support my habit.
(You might know me as star blanket river child/sbrc or maybe even Jill. I'd really prefer Kit, though.)