The renowned graphic-book author Joyce Brabner's Second Avenue Caper is the true story of a tight-knit group of artists and activists living in New York City in the early 1980s who found themselves on the front lines in the fight against AIDS. Struggling to understand the disease and how they …
30p, b&w, 7"x8.5"
Doris continues to be a zine-form stronghold of bold and astute essays on dealing, healing and the art of living. This issue is a big deal: about half of it is a critique on underdeveloped accountability processes and what can be envisioned in their stead, including an interview with members of Support N.Y. Community formation and fluctuation seems to be the other strong thread running throughout - tour comics, bee hives, study groups and the way the term itself can break down or expand. Great issue.