The Filth #2 (Zine)

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The Filth is a collection of short stories, photos, articles, interviews, journals, and art. It’s about keeping true to yourself even when you’re down in the gutter. It’s about being strong, when you feel like the world wants to blow you away. It’s about stardust and gravel, drinking when you’re on medication, falling in love when you know it could be disastrous, jumping off the fucking cliff and hoping that someone will catch you. It’s about getting down and dirty, rough and tumble. It is about going beyond yourself and bringing in things you've always wanted, but have either been to afraid to fathom or simply weren't ready to consider, until RIGHT NOW! It’s being so sure... so sure that you can do anything.

The Filth #2

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  • The Filth #2 (back cover)


In this issue:
  • Sub Umbra Floreo - Karley B
  • Paradigm Shift - Tina A
  • Zombie Survival & A Little Romance - Kim H
  • Nougat - Kate F
  • Thoughts of a Hangover - April O'Neil
  • Untitled - Narine M
  • The Art of Breathing - Jaime McD
  • Villains - Rusty H
  • Q&A with Featured Filthy Artist Ace Hernandez (includes full length cd)
  • Land of Nod - Adrian S
  • All Those Years - Jessica M
  • Plus B&W photos and art.
  • Additional Information

    Author Karley Barley (editor)
    Publisher self-published
    Page Count 18pp
    Publication Size 8.5 x 11
    Publication Notes bound by thread, b/w, includes CD
    Publication Date Spring 2011
    ISBN 000-0000000000

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