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- Into the Grid by Heather - 1/6 size - 30 pages: It is a dream of mine to be a librarian. So I obviously loved this zine, which is all about Heather wanting to and becoming a librarian. You can definitely feel her passion for what she does, and that's always refreshing to see. There's also a few reviews of zines that I'm excited to check out. Pick this one up if you're a book worm! Or if you like cute zines that fit in your pocket!
- Love Letters to Monsters #2 by Ciara - quarter size - 46 pages: Written by Ciara of the sorely-missed Learning to Leave a Paper Trail distro, this zine is a nice text-heavy look into common sense meshing with radical politics, with a nice dash of snark thrown in. Basically, my kind of zine. I found myself saying, “Yes, exactly!” a lot, and was connecting with what I was reading throughout. Inside, you will find pieces about her abortion, her belief that monogamous relationships can be radical, how she left the Skillshare that she had created, growing up among a youth-centered Anarchist movement, and book talk. One of my favorite zines, with a nice old-school typewritten layout.
- Miss Sequential #1 by Marissa - quarter size - 18 pages: I was so excited to hear that Marissa was making zines again after an eight-year hiatus. You may remember her past zine, Red Hooded Sweatshirt. It was one of my favorite comic personal zines, and I was delighted to find out I enjoyed this one just as much. The drawings in here are crisp, expressive, funny, and adorable.. She draws/writes about how she killed Bea Arthur (not really), becoming a swimmer, a walk to work, and more.
- Miss Sequential #2 by Marissa - quarter size - 34 pages: In this installment of Miss Sequential, Marissa draws one page for every day in the month of September, highlighting the interesting events of that day. Crafts projects, work, swimming, partying, and even getting sick – it's all in here. As always, the comics are creative and amusing. I'm looking forward to the next issue!