XEROGRAPHY DEBT #46, $4.95, 5½” x 8½” copied, 55 pgs.

Another one from this long-running “zine review zine with perzine tendencies.” Zines, zines, zines. Apparently this is really the 45th issue, but the editor has decided to skip to #46 in protest of Donald Trump’s presidency. Which… okay. I’m incapable of reviewing anything this closely tied to Microcosm without acknowledging the abuse allegations against Joe Biel and publishing collective as a whole. Only a couple indirect references to Biel’s “bad marriage” and whatnot this time, but none of this bullshit can ever be disentangled. Anyway, if that doesn’t turn you toward any of the plethora of other, less deeply tarnished review zines that exist in the world, this issue is fine. Some short columns and interviews in the first pages—I like the brief interview with a member of a DIY collective/space in a small town in Japan—and a pretty thorough collection of zine reviews make up the bulk of this thing. –Indiana Laub (Davida Gypsy Breier, PO Box 347, Glen Arm, MD 21057)