*Kitten pictured is not included with purchase of zine.*
Review for 398#11 from Narcolepsy Press Review, by Randy Robbins:
This zine came out around Valentine's Day and thus it is pink and purple with hearts and lace and stuff. This is a little different than previous issues of 398 that I have; it is shorter, less stories, with the inclusion of two non-fiction pieces, one on how she loves to dance and one on...how should I put this...environmentally conscious menstrual habits. She ends the zine with an interview with her parents on the topic of love that she did for school that shows how witty and comical her writing was even then, over ten years ago. I like how there is a picture of her in here; all great authors have a picture. In the single fiction story of this issue, called "Office Romance" as I read the part where the guy in the mail room is trying to catch fluttering pieces of mail with a butterfly net, I realized this girl has a specific writing style that is instantly recognizable. Elizabeth J. M. W. is one of the few writers I deal with in this zine scene that could without question make a real living with her writing.