EVERYTHING SEA DREAM #1: $5, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, copied, color cover, 36 pgs.

“Music supposedly inspired by UFO’s used by Soviets to teach English to Ukrainians.” This is a really strange read. I loved it. It starts off with an article about using conch shells for clairaudience. The practice is kind of like sensory deprivation which creates this environment where you can auditorily hallucinate. Really weird stuff. There are some other reprinted sci-fi/UFO articles from exploitation magazines like The Examiner or The Inquirer, and some stories about mysterious lights in the woods that are either fiction or by someone who is mentally ill. The layout is strange too, e.g. the front cover is the back page. I’m really glad I was sent this zine, but I would never pay $5 for xeroxed black and white pages. –Katie Dunne (Mark Billings, 1012 Central Ave. SW, Albuquerque, NM87102, gaitpublishing.com)