Landing page/hub/home for the personal zine The Zine Around The Corner. Avail as full PDF or folded PDF format. For instructions/credits for folding, click here.
Issue. 1 – February 2020 (newly reformatted) (PDF | folded format) The original. Setting the standard for TZATC, it covers art, minimalism, essays, and music.
Issue. 2 – May 2020 (PDF) Essays + snaps. A relatively candid follow-up to Issue. 1.
Issue. 3 – April 2020 (PDF) The Music Issue. A deep dive into my history with music consumption, my Top 10 Favorite Albums Of All Time, and a crowdsourced playlist curated right here on W.a
Issue. 4 – March 2021 (PDF) The Beta Issue. A collection of medium and shortform essays written over the course of a month or so, focusing on technology (for the most part).
Issue. 5 – May 2021 (PDF) Essays (on life), confessionals, music interpretation + more.
Issue. 6 – October 2021 (PDF) lo-fi issue. A hand-written/flashcard-style issue of TZATC. Written until my hand cramped.
Issue. 7 – November 2021 (PDF) a blog against the machine. Returning to the normal (sane) written format, this is a collection of posts pertaining to mainstream media, social networks, and Big Tech™ (and how most of those things are terrible). Also, a bit about different writing methodologies.
Issue. 8 – April 2021 (PDF) photos from The Montana Excursion. In my ill-fated trip “out west”, I snapped some nice photos before everything went bust. I share a handful of those photos here, and put words to them, too.
Issue. 9 – June 2022 (PDF) billionaires, blogging, and TV shows sure to go bust. I display the four “billionaire haikus” I wrote, hammered out a takeaway from an old interview series with oldschool bloggers, and proposed a show that is sure to entertain, and also sure to fail.
Issue. 10 – September 2022 (PDF | folded format) Tech struggles, blog bouncing, and the world in which we live A compilation of posts regarding the configuration of my Ghost blog,
tmo.name– remarks on blogging, my personal blogging style, and blogs of day's past – and commentary surrounding a new pandemic(?), and an old habit-forming epidemic.
Issue. 11 – November 2022 (PDF | folded format) Facebook is going away. As I watch the articles in the news unfold, I add my commentary in zine-form.
More to come