- Published by:
- Joseph Robertson
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"60 pages Saddle-stitched
Ketchup on the Carpet; Blue Slushie Tongue; Mississippi Mud Crunk… all good names for this issue, if it were a mixtape. Kicking off side A: a photo-essay on vernacular Indian street graphics, some deep-fried Memphis photography, and mini-comix to roffle your woffles. On side B, a wunderkabinet of odd collections: pocket protectors, casino carpet, and an epic collection of mac & cheese box covers. More awesomeness in the mix: a chat with a couch-surfing librarian, a folk artist who performs with a crochet alligator (who is interviewed by a terry-cloth monkey), and a Benedictine monk who builds paper model polyhedrons. So pick a nice summer evening, stick a kickass mixtape in the boombox, grab some cheesecake, sit back on the porch, and let life be good to you.