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  • Last Call: Discontinued Zines 

    Last Call: Discontinued Zines 

    CREEPS and I WASN’T IN LOVE WITH YOU, I WAS JUST REALLY DRUNK will be out of print in their current forms. CREEPS first appeared as part of Ladybox Vol. 2 I WASN’T IN LOVE WITH YOU, I WAS JUST REALLY DRUNK was made for the Ladybox Books launch/release party. UPDATE: All zines have been […]

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  • super surreal

    super surreal

    I read at Powell’s City of Books for Smallpressapalooza. I’ve spent so many hours browsing the shelves of Powell’s and now my little pink bummer and I are on one. I got to stand at this awesome fucking podium with my heart thumping out of my chest and share the words I wrote. Never would […]

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  • Color Wheel 

    Color Wheel 

    Holly Golightly calls them “the mean reds.” Sometimes they come in concurrence with the blues, which I guess makes them something like “the awkward purples.” It makes me not want to leave bed or get any work done. I feel totally unmotivated and uninspired and that’s been really rough because there are things to do […]

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  • zine machine/queen & upcoming performances 

    zine machine/queen & upcoming performances 

      Tonight I’m running off more mini zines and practicing for a reading tomorrow (2/27) at the Jade Lounge that is centered around the thing we idealize the shit out of but barely understand: Love. The good, the bad, the morbidly grotesque. We’ll cover it all. Music, stories, poetry and more. I’ll also be reading […]

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  • ICYMI: Interview @ Volume 1 Brooklyn

    ICYMI: Interview @ Volume 1 Brooklyn

    “It was important to me to represent the people in this book as authentically as I could. They aren’t just characters, they are people that I love. So more than my revealing them through storytelling, they revealed themselves to me during a time of tragedy. And if I’m going to try to show other people […]

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  • Two Years 

    Two Years 

    On the two year anniversary of my sobriety I take a long walk and set out on a day devoted to rewarding myself and celebrating this huge thing I did. At lunch I sit facing a window, eating Al Pastor and watching the rain fall. Behind me are two groups of women who take turns […]

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