to Chicago, Illinois.
I am somewhere
and now living in the
into a biannual magazine
(seven issues so far)
illustrations, and recipes.
Driftless properly showcases
the finer elements
of the American region
that I call home.
From bartenders in Minnesota
to painters in Iowa,
they display why
the Midwest is more
a transition zone.
You can visit
where you can
issues, a year subscription,
or digital copies
of past issues,
which is what
I'm going to do
Hands and feet.
A multimedia zine from the talented Chicagoan.
A quick comic about secrets and release.
Vol. 6 from Paper Darts is full of art/lit delights.
An inside look at a Midwestern publication.
A comic anthology from Caroline Cash.
A riso zine by Sum Buro.
The third volume of mini comics from Ghost Car Press.
A comic zine about a bubblegum champion, and heartbreak.
A zine compilation that will dilate your pupils.
A collage zine from Jessica Earhart.
A risograph zine from Kaitlin Kostus.
Vol. 1 of 2 from Steve Schaberg.
A zine of four illustrated short stories by Andy Hood.
A 2013 comic by Isabella Rotman.
The newest Vinyl Moon with art direction by Molly Mendoza.
Taking a ride through s.al's eclectic brain.
Original zine, original music, original film.
A new book collection from illustrator Killer Acid.
A spotlight on cartoonist Joe Kessler for the Ongoing Art Gallery.
Molly Mendoza's newest zine courtesy of Shortbox.
A zine dedicated to coffee.
A unique zine from Wilfredo Merced.
A unique zine from Walker Tate.
Something unique from Dewey Saunders and Ed Christof.
A zine guide to making your own rope vessel.
In regards to Mr. Ellsworth's zine (and one of his books).
Two new zines from Dusty INTL.
A vibrant zine from illustrator You And Neru.
Enter the imaginative.