Today is the hardest I’ve worked in a long time, but I’m really proud of what came of it. I’m really proud of this writing too. Despite some revision and printing disasters today, I will have some zines with me tonight for my set at Invokation if you’re in Olympia. I don’t have many, so grab them quick. Thanks to Pocket for the indispensable proofreading, technical, and assembly help. They even took this pretty photo you’re looking at. Total lifesaver.
My new zine, titled Downpour and Drought is a collection of writing spanning from fall, 2015 Spring, 2017. These were some dizzyingly hard times. They made for some of the best writing that’s come out of me yet though, and I’m thankful for that.
The second zine I have available is a short poetry zine titled We Who Fell In Love With The Sea. This zine is a few years old now, but I did an incredibly limited run of it the first time around. I’m really proud of this material too.
Out of town friends, I’d love to mail you some zines, but it might be a minute while I figure out sustainable printing since it’s a new era where all the copy scams are dead. On that note, got printing and distribution advice for me? Please, get in touch. I feel like I’m groping in the goddamn dark sometimes.