EXPLODING BUFFALO, DREAMS: Free, 8 ½” x 5 ½”, copied, w/glossy cover, 37 pgs.

The cover of this issue said “Dreams” on it, which led me to hope that this zine would be all about the Fleetwood Mac song and exposing the bullshit they espouse about how thunder only happens when it’s raining. Don’t get me wrong: I like the song, but that’s some faulty meteorology. Unfortunately, there was no mention of Fleetwood Mac in this entire zine. Instead, what isin Exploding Buffalo is some poetry, some drawings, photos, and two fictional stories. The layout is great and much better than an average zine. The content was so-so. There was nothing that blew me away but none of it was bad, either. And all of it was based on the theme of dreams, so it was cool to see some consistency on a topic. If you’ve always been a fan of sleep and dreams, then I’d definitely suggest checking this out, otherwise you’d probably want to pass. -Kurt Morris (explodingbuffalo.com)