Hi James. Thanks for your recent discussion of Stovetop Girl in JND Ads and Contacts. Though I have not seen the ad yet, I've received some really polite and professional requests for my zine as a result, including stamps or SASE. This speaks positively to your audience.
I sent an envelope to you recently that was sent back to me--maybe I wrote the address slightly wrong, or in a way the USPS computer couldn't read it? That's why I hesitate to send this comment via mail vs. here on We Make Zines. At any rate, next time I turn out something new (or if you'd like something I have already published), I'll send in trade with hopes of a JND zine in return. You have a unique voice (cynical, cranky, rational, realistic, empathetic), and I think you're holding up an important end of the papernet.
Please feel free to publish this comment in one of your zines, though I know you might oppose printing internet content. I'll print it and send it if I know I have the right address! :) --Kari
got your package...the second one you sent. Thanks so much for resending. In issue 3 I will be mentioning some of the zines sent my way. I'm just wondering if you still write pterodactyl and Pseudozine? I am replying to your LOC in Issue 3, and will be sending you some correspondence etc. after a while. Thanks again, Paul.
I checked my P.O. Box yesterday, and to my great dismay I seem to have never received your recent mailing. Any chance you can resend any of it? I was hoping perhaps you had your letter saved on a computer. Could you perhaps send your zine with my correspondence published? If you need some funds to re-send it, let me know, and I will help out. Just to reiterate, I'm at:
Hey James...just wondering where you are in your latest zines. I'm a bit paranoid and don't trust the post office employees ability to put the right mail in the right box. Always getting crap from other P.O. boxes etc.
James, I got your latest Junk Zine, and am very grateful for it. I have a new addy once again, the old one is now solely inhabited by my ex wife... I will be writing soon, and sending you a little something you've been wanting that I happen to have. Your zine also got me a few contacts as well. Thanks for staying in touch.
James! I am like panicking right now because I just got a HUGE box of mail that had been sitting in the back of the post office since July (see my blog post)! THANK YOU so much for your Zines for Troops! donation! I'm still in the middle of processing several months of mail, but I wanted to acknowledge your donation ASAP. I'll be sending you your buttons and adding you to the Honor Roll soon.
Hi James! I have a confession: I'm starting an online-only zine review thing. I know how you feel about the internet, and wanted to let you know I have your concerns in mind. I am a dedicated fan of the papernet, and am hoping to encourage more people to participate in it. Keep on keepin' on with all your hard paper work! (which sounds like paperwork, but is infinitely cooler) --Kari
I haven't forgotten about you. Going through some major changes, including a move. My letter to you is basically complete, but I am hoping to wrap up Issue #2 of Arcane Angles so I can include that when I send some snail mail your way.
Hi James. Thanks for writing with your thoughts about my project. I know you are a pacifist, and that's part of the reason I asked you to participate. It has always interested me that, as a pacifist, you provide a voice for prisoners, many of whom have performed violent acts. So, in what appears to be a respect for all comers as human beings, I thought you were a natural fit to contribute to the leisure time of military members and injured veterans. On that note, I agree with your complaint about the vague promises of "support" to troops. That's why I offer something specific: A contribution to more satisfying leisure time, which is important for overall well-being. As a bonus, that contribution is also intellectual and, often, shares a perspective that might not often be heard in the military. Thank you for sharing your thoughts, and I would welcome your contribution of any size. I'm sure it would be received with interest, and maybe get you some more letters for your postal fix!
James . . . Fisphspit here . . . I have the first issue of the great steroptiocon and rambles of the libertarian connection Issues 323 to 329. I look forward to getting more from you. Please write if you no longer have my address or need any other info.
james dawson, you put out stuff I like . . . keep me on your mail list. I loved the stuff you sent me . . . if you need a donation don't hesitate to ask. it's fishspit at 1304 175th Pl. NE, Bellevue, WA, 98008.
I thought you might find this interesting. This is a perzine I did about a demonic experience I had that led me to Christianity. True story. I used to be on the borderlines of agnostic and atheist, and I was raised Buddhist, but this experience led me to God. I know now that Jesus Christ is real, and He certainly answers our prayers. Demons are also real, and deliverance ministries (all over the world) work to exorcise them out of people who have them through the occult and other sins.