Wednesday, April 22, 2015
gravity powered pockets
This is a charming half-size zine photocopied in black & white with charming drawings. I like all the autobiographical material. It was fun to read that. I like the lightness and personality and the honest way that being a kid is portrayed. I like the list of places Robert rode horses and rode bikes. I like what he said about a friend who died.
There's something deeply attractive about this zine, and I read it immediately upon receiving today's mail, skipping only a few paragraphs about climate change. My only suggestion would be to talk about climate change in a way that's as vivid and engaging as the autobiographical material. I don't know how to do that, but maybe Robert can figure it out--he's figured out so many other things.