PHANTOM POWER: $2 or trade, 5½” x 8½”, copied, 68 pgs.

Personally, favorite zine I have ever read…ever. BreAna of Tensor and Trivial Pursuit interviews musicians who fall into the “non mainstream” category; female-assigned people, queer folk, people of color, and trans folk on their personal struggles, introductions to playing music, dealing with jerks, overcoming self-doubt and other obstructions, and learning to love themselves. The questions and answers are honest, powerful, and truly fucking inspiring. This is an excellent new resource for connecting to and supporting one another in regards to mental health, addiction/sobriety, identity, self-worth and self-care. I can’t recommend this zine enough and am so thankful it was made. Fuck society; As long as we got each other we’ll be all right. –Robin Effup (Phantom Power, 4934 N. Vancouver Ave., Portland, OR97217, [email protected])