FLÜORAZINE #5, Free/trade, 5½” x 8½”, copied, 48 pgs.

Quoted from an included author letter: “Flüorazine is made in a prison, but I like to think it’s not about prison.” Made in a prison in Kentucky, this mostly collaged zine also takes essay submissions from other incarcerated people, as well as their poetry, thoughts, and advice. There are resources for writing to other prisoners, submitting books and materials that are desperately needed for folks, and info on an “Anarchist Prison Support Zine.” The author also includes a review of the latest issue of Razorcake, as well as other zines and books they’re able to get their hands on. The magazine cut-out collages are a bit overwhelming at times, but an indicator of the materials that are provided for incarcerated people, and a great reminder that art can be created in any situation. (Flüorazine, Kristopher Storey, 26731-018 FMC, PO Box 14500, Lexington, KY 40512)