ANOTHER GLORIOUS DAY AT THE NOTHING FACTORY
by Eroyn Franklin
206 pgs / BW / 6 x 9
This Xeric-award-winning graphic novel is an elegiac depiction of a half-hearted love and its sad door prizes. It's a rumination on lost moments, trying to feel out their importance or insignificance or squishy place in between. In this semi-autobiographical story a girl marries her boyfriend on a whim so that she can join him on a long nautical adventure. It is not a sea faring tale, but one about what comes after, the consequences of this rash decision.
an exhibit of collaborative drawings by garek druss and jesse lortz
music performance by dull knife and case studies
01/22/2001 at 8PM
keep yer eyes peeled: garek's LISTENER zine will be added to the catalog soon
ZINE CITY #7
36 pgs / BW / 5.5 x 8.5
♥kinoko! constant inspiration, very truthful real work, smart ass but not smart, her drawing chops atoms apple worm wood catches on fire department stores for the winter weather radar my favorite character on m.a.s.h your face is so pretty! all killer and no filler!!! supper hyper future. 100 made.
"I'm love to dance and play in drawing. Living in Japan has made an influence on my work. I am from Eastcoast usa and lived in Pacific NW for so long too. All of the mystics and the tribals and natives and the neon and the future and the ancestors are on my mind and my heart."
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16 pgs / BW / 5.5 x 8
another perfect graphzine by martine! beautiful drawing as only martine can do with hilarious and subtle gags. to quote raymond chandler "...like a tarantula on a piece of angel food cake."
See pictures of the Medieval Thinkers opening and artwork courtesy Fantagraphics, Kelly Froh and Matt Tamaru.
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