Xerox Head/Fonsch Bride issue:
These are the first two issues. I combined them into
one because the second one was really short. Both are really scratchy and
raw and full of odd content but are surprisingly good. Featuring an essay
on "how to pack a nine" and other shit.
The Amanda J. Hargens issue:
I like this issue a lot. I don�t really know why. I guess
it just looks cool. A lot of neurotic little stories in this one for some
reason. My friend, Mandy is on the cover; That�s why it�s called the Mandy
The Mao Chick issue:
This has been the most successful issue of Spleen-A-Zine
but it has also stirred the most controversy. It�s definitely one of the
better ones. Features Ted Bond�s deranged short story, "California" and
a lot of angry and incoherent crap.
The Least Offensive Issue So Far:
I hate this issue because it was hastily made and probably
the least provocative. It does have it�s good points I guess, such as an
interview with Slow Gherkin and a bunch of extremely obsessive articles
and the usual zine shit. Appropriate reading for hippies and/or sensitive
Santa Cruz punk rockers. Golly!
Let�s Hear It For Capitalism issue:
Damian says this is the best Spleen-A-Zine of them all
and I�d probably have to agree with him. Probably the most artistically
sophisticated issue at least. There�s tons of little things to look at
and read on every page including weird articles about jail, Saved by the
Bell and three letters I wrote to the president.
Give Me An Art Grant issue:
This is the new issue of the Spleen-A-Zine featuring
weird new articles and some leftover shit that was previously unpublished.
book by Damian Kalish and Adam Beebe * found art
zine * German Cars vs. American Homes Zine The Apartment comic