Bugs and Fishes is lighthearted and whimsical, ranty and opinionated, and obsessed with things like baking, advertising, strangely named foodstuffs, and misheard song-lyrics.
Issue 18 is from 2005 and includes articles about colouring-in, cups of tea, new year's resolutions, the Gap, strange signs in the university library, the UK government's slogans for immunisation, graffiti, place names, and tv listings.
The zine is photocopied in black and white double-sided onto a piece of A3 paper and folded twice until it is A5 (half the standard paper size here in the UK).
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