a place for zinesters - writers and readers
For the longest time I struggled to make a perzine that really captured the biggest aspects of my own life. I'd g through writing story after story but would never be satisfied with what I had. The problem was that I felt like I had no interconnecting theme or layout. I wanted more than a zine that talked about the downs and the ups and the immediacy in them. There was always something missing.
However, I now believe I've got it. I've been writing like a fiend, getting closer and closer to a complete zine. At the same time, I'm weary. I've decided to ask thoughts and opinions.
I have begun to write pseudo philosophically. Since I've begun studying philosophy, it has became a huge aspect of my life, and it's something I cannot see leaving out.
I've begun writing philosophical critiques and interlinking them to my own life, anxiety, depression and overall mental state. For example, I have a story in my zine thus far about the rise of systematic rationalism/objectivity and its affects on subjectivity and passion, which in turn drives my own self to go further than a contingent individuality and to take responsibility for everything.
It's somewhat complex but is rooted in illness and social constructs.
I was just wondering what you think.