Saturday, July 24, 2010
Let's make something perfectly clear, the zine will always be free. Always. We would never look to profit off the collective creative work we've accomplished. Printing a copy costs a little over $2. Shipping one is around $1.25 . Should we have access to more funds, this process will be sped up significantly. Your donations will be used strictly towards the costs of printing and shipping the zine. We take that policy very seriously. Lunch after the copy shop is not something we would ever attempt to justify using donations for. Copy shop, post office, paper. That's it. Your donation, in any amount, also guarantees that you will be in the first wave of mailings for that quarter's issue. So if you're able to send $1, $2, $5 or any amount we would be eternally grateful. If not, don't sweat it. We will continue to print and mail copies as our budget allows. Thank you for any donations you're able to afford.
Cooley is jewelry,
le jolie rouge.
Sunday, July 18, 2010
le jolie rouge.
“Ditch, Bitch and Stitch” AND “Horoscopes” BY KURT D. MONETTE
“Bury White” BY CHRIS SPICER
“David Flynn” BY TYSON F. SLEETE
“On Anarchy Part Two” BY JOHN MARCHIONE
“Strike Anywhere Matches” BY A.M. Wheeler
“The Bells of the Old Mariner’s” BY E.C. COOK
“The Evaluation Group” BY DAVID ALLEN
“Papaver Rhoeas Chapter Two” BY W. TRUFFAUT
Untitled Submission BY JENNIFER PRICE
An anonymous submission argued into publication.
All illustrations by Daniel Davies unless part of a submission.
Edited by John Marchione and Daniel Davies
Issue two. Third Quarter 2010