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This zine is a Frankenstein's monster of headshots from 1 1987 middle school yearbook found in a trash bin and physical descriptions scissored from the New Yorker.

Much as I would enjoy being profiled in the New Yorker, I have a horror of seeing my physical manifestation reduced to a single sentence in those august pages...and this zine reflects that.

Thanks to the unknowing participants. Look for more scavenged yearbook fun in the future!

The perfect gift for New Yorker subscribers, anyone who's undergone the hell of middle school (or teaching middle schoolers), 80s revivalists, and/or weird, self-mocking middle schoolers themselves.

28 pages, black and white. half-size...old school!


5 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 4, 2018
East Village Inky, Issue No. 57

5 out of 5 stars
Jan 4, 2018
The East Village Inky, No. 58

5 out of 5 stars
Jan 4, 2018
One of my favorite zines by a zine queen! All bow to Ayun. Highly recommended!
East Village Inky, Issue No. 56

Reviewed by pinktoyballoon
5 out of 5 stars
Aug 8, 2016
thank you! this zine is truly a gem. xo.
East Village Inky, Issue No. 57


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: yearbook photos, ink, magazines, photocopier technology
  • Feedback: 259 reviews
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