Digging: A Memoir Zine by Rachel Lee-Carman
A zine: a self-published, limited circulation, typically experimental, publication.
32-pages, lovingly stapled.
Handwritten. Black & white. Rife with mispells and misgrammers.
A song and dance of pen-writ personal essays on dedication pages accompanied by collage, illustration, and photography.
Essay / Page titles
Where to begin ● Once Loves ● You, Tyler ● Honestly ● Annie Enright ● Don't Treat Your Soil Like Dirt ● That Song Everybody Knows ● Make Your Own Lumpy Rose Beads ● Je Vous Salue Marie ● Hey Allison, ● Scabs ● Sean Claughton Evening ● Where Do I Begin and the Lasagna End? ● Jung ● The Quirky Girl ● Shit My Friends Are Doing
"Rachel Lee-Carman is a 37-year-old squash farmer who also cleans hotel rooms & draws & writes & lives in a rly cute studio in Redmond, Oregon where she mostly takes baths outside & makes tasty snacks all day while waiting for Hayley to invite her to the river & as soon as the exhibit is hung & the zines are printed we are going everyday I swear."
Resembles writing on the wall of a house falling apart.
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"your zines are so cool I'm in awe goddamn dude." - MJ