Scars of the Nineteen Nineties or There is No us But There is a Very Definite Them Zine by R L Perry
R L Perry works and lives in Manchester, UK. He is one half of Comfortable on a Tightrope; record label, gig promoter and occasional zine releaser. His writing draws inspiration from the likes of David Foster Wallace, A M Homes et al.
Scars of the Nineteen Nineties starts like this…
“His scar was approximately one and a half inches in each direction. Roughly round. The lifeless white all history is awash with. Depending on one’s theory of scar dating - from cut (or conception) or from when the sticky scab dries and dies and reveals what remains (birth, you might say)- the scar was either twelve years old (to the day), or else two weeks shy of it’s silk anniversary.”
A5//12 page story book printed on premium stock with full colour cover by Laetitia Glenton and Lucy Jones
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