The Depressed Waitress Vol. 1: Monsters - A Philosophy Zine
This inaugural issue of The Depressed Waittress invites us into the complexity of the monstrous—the monstrous as that which radically disrupts linear and rational conceptions of the self and the other. The figuration of the monster is a radical opening of identity, cohesion, and homogeneity. This performative philosophy zine situates itself (loosely and unfaithfully) within new materialist/post-humanist thought and theory. These ruminations are a combination of hand-written and typewritten, with evocative illustrations of skulls, spilled drinks, strange beasts, and abandoned diner counters. Citations include Joni Mitchell, Jacques Derrida, Andy Warhol, Niki Minaj, Donna Haraway, and Homer.
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