He defended artifice and imagination vs. the so-called “natural.”
The last five issues of HERMENAUT
Letters to HERMENAUT, from friends and fans.
Zine books — a harbinger of doom!
Hermenaut’s S.L.A.C.K.E.R. project.
Hermenaut’s midwestern trek
Idiot Tooth, Mommy and I Are One, and more!
Bust, Heinous, McJob, Temp Slave
Mystery Date, Hey There Barbie Girl!, and Plotz
Thrift SCORE, Beer Frame, and Crap Hound.
8-Track Mind, ANSWER Me!, Boiled Angel, Crank, and more.
Rollerderby and Scram
Pagan Kennedy and the Allston scene of the early ’90s.
1990: Luvboat Earth begins as a grad-school application scam.
“Only a handful of hardcore zine junkies who… read lots of them.”
BSBN, King-Cat Comics, Dishwasher: zines from ’89.
Ben is Dead, Kooks, Kool Thangs, Pagan’s Head: zines from ’88.
Queercore and Riot Grrl zines.
1984–86: Cometbus, 2600, The Mark of Cain, Murder Can Be Fun
1979: The emergence of the zine as we know it!
Punk fanzines from the 1970s
Fanzines from the 1940s–60s
Proto-fanzines; and fanzines from the 1920s–30s