SOME PEOPLE CAN’T DIE, free, 5½” x 8½”, copied, 44 pgs.

Not actually a zine, this is a standalone short story—10,000 words worth I am told —in standard zine format, concerning the ever-merry themes of addiction, suicide, redemption, more addiction, fraud, despair, and additional addiction. It’s a fun and easy way to experience drug addiction and failed suicide attempts without ever having to leave the comfort of your stone sober living room recliner! It’s the best of both worlds, I tell you! I was able to read this in exactly the time of my lunch break at work, and I thought it was a pretty decent break room read. My favorite sentence is “The dude that carried the words from his brain to his mouth was wearing moon boots and the person who met him there was rapidly descending into a pit of quicksand.” –Rev. Nørb (Sean Thomas Dunne, 1020 NW 9th Ave. #1112, Portland OR 92709, tinyurl.com/SeanDunneWritingFolder)