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The debut issue of the All That's Left series of dystopian short stories by Maggie Eighteen (yours truly). Black and white, printed on dumpstered paper with a slightly thicker cover, and stitch bound by my faithful sewing machine.

From the inside cover:
"It’s a zine about people. A non-linear piecemeal drama. An obsession with the present day from the future past, and all the dystopian movies, comics, and anime of the 1980s-90s and related periods. ALL THAT’S LEFT is about our relationships with technology; the intimate/sexualized and tender/reliant relationships we develop out of our prosthetics. ALL THAT’S LEFT muses: sex is a freedom, presentation demands effort; power is what you make from the scraps of the material-hoarding, spirit-thwarting affluent. ALL THAT’S LEFT is sad. ALL THAT’S LEFT is wistful.ALL THAT’S LEFT is still struggling. ALL THAT’S LEFT is about cyborgs, which is really about technology, which really means tool use, which begs the question: How do we separate ourselves from our tools? ALL THAT’S LEFT is you and me."

Read my interview with Cluster Mag about All That's Left here: http://theclustermag.com/blog/2012/03/18556439740/

Or read the whole thing for free here: www.cyborgmemoirs.com/left/

Price went up because Etsy fees are killing me.

All That's Left: Zero Packet // Post-binary Dystopian Cyborg Smut Zine

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