9 1/2 Left #10

by Mike Rodemann

This classic is back after a many year hiatus! Mike writes a personal zine about his life that used to consist of punk rock insanity, drinking, and rabble rousing. Now he's a father who works in a chocolate factory and "got punched in the face by responsibility". Mike's zine has always been painfully honest and emotionally charged and gripping. He really puts his heart out for all to examine. This issue focuses on Cleveland winter, quitting smoking, his dad dying, how to get free food, and Mike's obsession with dinosaurs. In it's heyday it inspired a sea of imitators but it was all well deserved and no one could effectively use his style as well as he did.