"The band played as if they had a full house. They earned twice my respect that night. Zines can be like that too." opens this issue of the review zine with perzine tendencies. Since 1999, Davida Gypsy Breier's H.P. Lovecraft-inspired Xerography Debt might be best summarized as an obsession for all involved and not nearly as horrifying as the muse that inspired the cover. Billy da Bling Bunny Roberts recently said "It's the glue that holds the zine community together." Maintaining three issues per year, the 36th issue of Xerography Debt is still the same ol' charming personality, allowing a hand-picked cast of contributors to wax philosophical about the zines they love, where those zines find them in their lives, and incessantly complain about postage increases. The reviewers hand-select hundreds of zines to write about and the result is enthusiastic, satisfying, and under-saturated! In an age of blogs and tweets, Xerography Debt is a beautiful, earnest anachronism, a publication that seems to come from a different era, but is firmly entrenched in the now. And they want to review your zines in future issues: Davida Gypsy Breier / PO Box 11064 / Baltimore, MD 21212 (Ooops! The printer spaced including four pages in this issue but you can read them here!