After San Francisco's new mayor announced imminent plans to "clean up" downtown with a new corporate "dot com corridor" and arts district--featuring the new headquarters of Twitter and Burning Man--curators Erick Lyle and Chris Johanson brought over 100 artists and activists together with …
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