Hope all is as well as can be. I finished Mishap #26 and had it copied up a couple weeks ago. It is 24 pages, half book reviews. There are bumper sticker reviews, a story about how punk teachers should learn from the hippie teachers of the seventies and eighties, and a look at two crimes--one involving a bomb and the other a backhoe. Trade is best, $1+stamp. PO Box 5841 Eugene OR 97405, usa
I turned 35 last month and I've been doing zines since 1992 turned into 1993. Before the true onset of the digital age. I've had an e-mail listed in my zine for a few years, but when I printed the latest issue up it did not occur to me to put my "We Make Zines" info in. I haven't truly been left behind by the digital rapture (I just thought that was funny , it came to me last night as I tried to get to sleep), as can be seen by the fact of this missive, but it doesn't come natural to me to think of computers and the internet first. I don't like to read off the computer and I prefer to talk on the phone rather than e-mail or chat or text or, chaos forbid, twitter.
That said, talk to you all later,