XEROGRAPHY DEBT #26: $3, screened and printed, 51 pgs.

Nov 30, 2010

Considering I’ve spent the past five years reviewing things, interviewing assorted people, and recently put out my own homemade collection of such in addition to some attempts at fiction years ago, it’s kind of crazy for me to say I’m into zines on a casual basis. They’re the kind of thing I just like to come across naturally, instead of constantly searching out, with a blind faith that I’ll stumble upon some stuff I find interesting every now and then. The people at Xerography Debt are very much not that kind of people, as this is pretty much all zine reviews, columns about zines, as well as other general “beginner stuff you should know” advice. Admittedly, I often find stuff like this a little too overbearing for my taste (though, I kill time at Penn Station by walking to the book store next door and obsessively reading the same book on sitcoms over and over, so I’m a bit of a hypocrite), but it’s a neat little resource for the hardcore zine types. –Joe Evans III (Davida Gypsy Breier, PO Box 11064, Baltimore, MD 21212, [email protected])

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