28 Pages Lovingly Bound with Twine #13

by Christoph Meyer

A carefully crafted and humorous hand done personal zine by a father, philosopher, and Buddhist. This is probably the most exciting issue ever. It's blown up to a larger format with the "trim" piece from the printing, being a separate zine telling stories from his partner's work day, and an Amish man falling dead in the checkout line at Kroger. The primary document here talks about pissing out a fire they had, the joys and intricacies of their new hybrid car, the similarity of the Cleveland police emblem to a pig, a bit about the difference between love and marriage, and Herbie's (their son) love for trains.


Sandra Knauf 6/16/2008

I love this writer! He is funny & brilliant & recently won the UTNE Reader Award for Excellence in zines. He deserves it.

Swampgirl 1/9/2007

My first purchase of this zine and I loved it. I read it twice, lent it once, and read some of it out loud to my dude and our kids. It is extra special!

Laura-Marie 5/28/2006

One of my favorite issues of one of my favorite zines. Christoph is smart and lovable.