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#54 was recently published.
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We also have a short zine about zines - MetaZine.
|A mesmerizing, darkly comic coming-of-age psychological thriller immersed in 1980s central Florida. Lies from the past and a dangerous present collide when, after fifteen years in exile, Michelle Miller returns to her tiny hometown of Lorida, Florida. She’s forced to confront the death of her best friend, but what if everything she remembers is a lie?
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| Begun in 1995, this per-zine's
whimsical content has included everything from office supply lust and desk
obsessions to vacations that include medical oddities in jars and b-movie star
adoration. #35 stops and reflects upon what's right in front of you, but mostly it is about eels.
Issue #35 now available!
|William P. Tandy and I also have a travel blog where we explore culture, nature, and the strange.|
Mortis focuses on all things horror, but especially zombies. Issue #4 takes a serious look at Voodoo Zombies, analyzes Willard, seeps in Bava, delves into queer subtext in The Bride of Frankenstein, and snickers about boobies and willies.
Check out the Rigor Mortis art gallery!
|If you have ever driven a car, taken a road trip, cursed the inventor of the combustible engine, or given your car a stupid name, The Glovebox Chronicles is for you.|
|Ninety-Five is a delightful and engaging anthology of writing and photography by rescuers, caregivers, and those who love the animals. Each animal is portrayed with high quality, full-color photographs and a short story that demonstrate the animal's personality, depth, emotions, quirks, relationships, and individuality.|