In this issue: * Incredible Inquiry’s Al Fry reminisces about antediluvian minerals in the Nevada desert. * Vikon Joe’s strange encounters with his friendly neighborhood mailman. * Channeled wisdom from the Paul Solomon Source Readings. * Letters and poetry from prisoners * (Much, much more! So much more, I’m surprised it hasn’t already been mentioned […]
Xerography Debt reviews Koogmo #2
Googled my zine and came across an old review of Koogmo #2 from fours years ago. It was written up in Xerography Debt #32 by one of my zinester friends, Ken Bausert, who is a fine writer and prolific zine publisher in his own right (see: the Ken Bausert Chronicles). I remember receiving a note […]
At last….a year in the making (and not much to show for it!) — Koogmo #8 is upon you! Much apologies for the long delay (I’m almost tempted to call it a hiatus). Real life grabbed me by the scruff of the neck and kicked the shit outta me in the sordid back alleys of […]
Broken Pencil reviews Koogmo #6
The fine folks at Broken Pencil have reviewed Koogmo #6. (Thanks, Joshua!) “Contributors include prisoners in Utah, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Texas, plus one excellent article by a woman not in prison (identified only by her Twitter handle: @lolotehe) on the misery of working only one day at a 7-11. “The inmates’ contributions range from intense […]
- Finally getting around to responding to six month’s worth of correspondence and submissions. Apologies for the delay.