The East Village Inky #20

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In which a 38 year old Hoosier in the Borough of Kings marvels that the birthday boy & girl (3 thumbs & proud of it too) are respectively 3 & 6, though one of them nurses all night like a newborn & the other ... well she says it's PRIVATE.

The East Village Inky #20

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In this issue: The Ball Of Mystery & Satisfaction (& instructions on how to build one at home), horror in the 99-cent store, recipes to take to Uncle Monkey-Butt's in LA this month, other publications deserving of your attention, advice to fathers sniveling like a little girlie, sucky goodie bags, and more. REVIEW If you've never gotten your mitts on a copy of EVI, you've been missing out on lots of fun. Ayun's continuing chronicles of life in Brooklyn with her wacky kids and writer husband feature lots of funny drawings, and some of the most entertaining writing you'll find in a zine. In this issue we get birthday parties past and present, expeditions to some of the off-beat, non-English-speaking, and/or just plain mysterious stores in the neighborhood, and a very long, circuitous (in the best possible way) story about and recipe for Italian Zucchini Crescent Pie. I especially liked the drawing of young Milo pushing up his father's shirt with a maniacal, 'I nurse you, Daddy, ha ha,' which I certainly hope would be just as funny to me if I didn't have children of my own. Plus zine, movie and book reviews. -Kate Haas, XEROGRAPHY DEBT #12

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Author Ayun Halliday
Publisher self-published
Page Count 40pp
Publication Size 5.5 x 4.25
Publication Notes saddle-stitched, b/w, photocopied
Publication Date July 2003
ISBN 000-000000000

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