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martha

i wasn't blown away by the other frenchings but this one looks nice. readiris looks really neat. i'll have to check that out.

TK

I wish more zines were this pretty. The xerox collage aesthetic has been done so many times it takes something out of this world to impress me anymore.

whimsical

i think chapter 2 "the teenager lives and grows" is one of the best titled things ive ever seen. pretty zine.

Jules

What a wonderful idea. This is so great, Maggie. The reason zines throw me off is they are often so self-absorbed it sickens me.

A project like this that focuses on others, and strangers at that, is a refreshing look at a genre that was beginning to bore me.

sirhans

maggie lee is better than me at everything except for at not being from new jersey.

Leper

That who process was pretty fucking amazing. This girl just took blackmail to a whole new level. Think about it.

dash snow

you look like a retarded down syndrome cancer patient that survived multiple nuclear attacks with terrible side effects afters..atleast in that above photo...gross.

oh and this zine is lacking..you half ass your zines..get more interesting content.

less_cunning

IDK. IMO the minimal girly letterpress thing has been overwrought, recently; i think it work both wayz, either way, whichever one choses: zines still kinda beating the INTERNET cuz i spent an afternoon w/ "Permanent Ink #11" & i'm already regretting that i have an online connection if that makes sense???

avoid

Permanent Ink #11 - Available from Avoid PI directly... diovaone@yahoo.com or www.myspace.com/picrew

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