Today was notable for everyone that I talked to because it represented the passing of an era; marked by the deaths of Farah Fawcett and Michael Jackson. But it can, and arguably, should point to the larger truth: people that are important to our lives are sick all around us, all the time. Most of the last two years is memorable to me because of the unbelievably number of deaths in people that were close to me; people I grew up with, people I met on tour and kept in touch with, people that I respected mutually, my friends’ kids, my dad, former roommates, plenty of friends’ parents, people who I had toured with, people I wished I had toured with, people I would have loved to have known better. There are plenty of situations I don’t even want to think about.
Sick collects peoples’ experiences with illness to help establish a collective voice of those impacted within radical/left/DIY communities. The zine is meant to be a resource for those who are living with illness as well as those who have not directly experienced it themselves. Contributors discuss personal experiences as well as topics such as receiving… Read more »
Xerography Debt is back with issue #25 featuring more of the beloved “review zine with perzine tendencies” wherein your favorite zine writers become zine reviewers, columnists, and news hounds! 64 pages of new zines to fall in love with, collect obsessively, and tell your friends about. They want more zines to review for future issues!… Read more »