Zines marked "retired" are available on request but without cardstock covers.
TAKE YOUR STRAIGHT MALE SEXUALITY AND SHOVE IT UP YOUR ASS
August 2013 || 17 pages | 4.25" x 5.5" | B&W | photocopied
Here I suggest that more straight men should get into prostate stimulation, using my own experience as a lens to explore the subject.
THE GOLDEN VOICE OF THE ROYAL CAPITAL
August 2011 || 20 pages | 5.5" x 8.5" | B&W | photocopied | cardstock cover | includes CD-R
One of the greatest-ever stars of Cambodian popular music was Ros Sereysothea, who made some electrifying rock'n'roll in the '60s and '70s. Her career ended when she was murdered by the Khmer Rouge, as were two million of her fellow Cambodians. This is her story.
HOW MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 CHANGED MY LIFE
July 2009 || 36 pages | 5.5" x 8.5" | B&W | photocopied | cardstock cover
For the uninitiated, Mystery Science Theater 3000 was a TV show wherein a guy and his robot buddies made fun of terrible movies. With this simple premise and a lot of brilliant creativity, the show taught me 13 valuable life lessons that I explore in this zine.
THE SECRET OF THE BLUE FLAME
August 2008 || 12 pages | 5.5" x 8.5" | B&W | photocopied | cardstock cover
An amazing true story of my youth. The Blue Flame was an evil spirit, the stuff of legend, which my best friend and I encountered one summer.
READY FOR LOVE
March 2007 || 64 pages | 5.5" x 8.5" | B&W | photocopied | cardstock cover
A Craigslist Casual Encounters odyssey, in three parts. Mostly humorous responses to a duplicitous W4M ad that I posted, plus an interesting interview with a Casual Encounters user.
In the early '80s, numerous hardcore bands from Boston, after releasing maybe one or two hardcore albums, abandoned that form for hard rock or heavy metal. I decided to reexamine a few of these much-derided records. Covers DYS, the F.U.'s, Jerry's Kids, Gang Green, and SSD.
Five interviews: Mike Doucet (In Dying Days), Chris Colohan (Cursed), Jon Clark (the A-Team), Jeff Lambert (QCHC.com, xRADICAL ATTACKx) and Dave Boucher (Montreal promoter). Retroactively included in the Hot Milk imprint.