Cover by MariNaomi
Photo by Geoff Cordner
Myriam Gurba: Interview by Chris Terry
The Dumpies: Interview by Kevin Dunn
Bad Moves: Interview by Donna Ramone
Patrick Kindlon: Interview by Kurt Morris
One Punk’s Guide to John Waters by Billups Allen
Donna Ramone reminisces about when conspiracy theories used to be fun. (instagram)
Jim Ruland encourages you to film to police. (instagram, website, twitter)
Sophia Zarders illustrates the virtual community of a pandemic. (instagram, website)
Sean Carswell knows that all work and no play make the Silver Fox a dull boy. (instagram)
Rev. Nørb is rubbing his thermometer against the heated bulb and looking for freedom. (instagram, website)
Jennifer Whiteford is reading for the revolution.
Elly Dallas blades through quarantine. (instagram)
Puro Pinche Poetry: Gritos Del Barrio (Edited by Ever Velasquez (instagram) and Eugenia Nicole(instagram)
“having an addict for a parent makes you wonder if adults can be trusted then when you’re an adult, you can’t be trusted either.” –Andrea Ramos
RoQue Torres takes another brick out of the wall. (instagram)
Ben Snakepit works from home and taunts the facially follicly challenged. (instagram)
Rhythm Chicken marinates his brain in the barbecue sauce of minor celebrity. (instagram)
Art Fuentes and the shit pile of King Poo-Poo. (instagram, twitter)
Designated Dale survived Covid and tells the tale.
Jamaica Dyer sees the solidarity of BLM. (instagram)
And photos from the lovely and talented:
Halline Overby (instagram)
Chris Boarts Larson (instagram, facebook, website)
Rachel Murray Framingheddu (instagram, website)
This issue is dedicated to the memory of Little Richard.
112 page black and white newsprint magazine with 2-color covers
Gorsky Press, 2020
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