In Ukrainian-American novelist Yuriy Tarnawsky’s new trilogy The Placebo Effect (JEF Books), the themes of alienation, abandonment, and fear of death, developed in Like Blood in Water and elaborated in The Future of Giraffes, respectively the first and second book of The Placebo Effect Trilogy, …
Xerography Debt #31
Published by Microcosm Publishing
47p, b&w, 5.5"x8.5"
It feels like I'm slipping into a vortex whenever I write another zine review about a zine that reviews zines, but here goes: Xerography Debt, like Zine World and Maximum Rocknroll, is a great resource for exposing yourself to new small press. Quimby's own Liz "Caboose" Mason contributes some thoughtful/delightful reviews and Quimby's alumni Al Burian regales us with tales of Germany. Wish list: zine reviewers became more omniverous with regard to small press comics, but hey, that's just one man's opinion. -EF