In this installment: Hermenaut snapshots.
Tony Leone, who art-directed the final two issues of Hermenaut, impressing girls at the beach with issue 15.
Tom Frank, editor of The Baffler, reading a story to my son Sam.
Every now and then you’ll still spot someone wearing a Hermenaut tee.
The Hermenaut crew used to have “meetings” at Doyle’s, a legendary pub in Boston’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood — where I grew up, and where Hermenaut was headquartered in its final years. Pictured here, from left: Ingrid Schorr, James Parker, Kristin Parker.
For a Hermenaut ad, we created a scene based on Ingmar Bergman’s Persona.
The Hermenaut office in the Sam Adams Brewery complex in Jamaica Plain. From left: Tara Koelbl, yours truly, and Hermenaut managing editor Carrie Ingoglia.
Some nice reviews of Hermenaut.
This is a 25-part series in which HiLobrow editor Joshua Glenn, who from 1990–93 published the zine Luvboat Earth and from 1992–2001 published the zine/journal Hermenaut, bids a fond farewell to his noteworthy collection of zines, which he recently donated to the University of Iowa Library’s zine and amateur press collection.