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dig deep zine #7

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Dig Deep #7 is a split zine with Tongueswell #3.

Review of Dig Deep #7 by lb of Truckface zine -- "Notice: I do not run; I do not exercise. How would I find enjoyment in a zine centered on running? Because Heather is the shit and this zine is about so much more than running. This is about the knowledge of the body in public and contending with physical setbacks. This is about encouragement and a long-lasting friendship during a preparation for a half-marathon. This is about constantly pushing oneself to take up space in the city to boldly declare: “I AM TRYING TO DO THIS AND I AM FUCKING AWESOME.” This is life-affirming and amazing. Seriously, get this now!"

Review of Tongueswell #3 by lb of Truckface zine -- "Jen packs a punch of pure emotion in this issue of Tongueswell. Beginning with annoyances of rude customers taking up space at her coffee shop job, she then reminisces on the life and loss of her cat. The stories of work and vet visits are intertwined to illustrate the emotional taxation of everyday life and her ability to move forward through so much pain. While reading this issue, I was in tears reflecting on the loss of loved ones, both human and animal, through her own descriptions of watching a loved one struggle through pain. This was a good read and a good cry."

Quarter sized (4.25" x 5.5"), 40 pages. Written in April of 2015.
Dig Deep #7 is a split zine with Tongueswell #3.

Review of Dig Deep #7 by lb of Truckface zine -- "Notice: I do not run; I do not exercise. How would I find enjoyment in a zine centered on running? Because Heather is the shit and this zine is about so much more than running. This is about the knowledge of the body in public and contending with physical setbacks. This is about encouragement and a long-lasting friendship during a preparation for a half-marathon. This is about constantly pushing oneself to take up space in the city to boldly declare: “I AM TRYING TO DO THIS AND I AM FUCKING AWESOME.” This is life-affirming and amazing. Seriously, get this now!"

Review of Tongueswell #3 by lb of Truckface zine -- "Jen packs a punch of pure emotion in this issue of Tongueswell. Beginning with annoyances of rude customers taking up space at her coffee shop job, she then reminisces on the life and loss of her cat. The stories of work and vet visits are intertwined to illustrate the emotional taxation of everyday life and her ability to move forward through so much pain. While reading this issue, I was in tears reflecting on the loss of loved ones, both human and animal, through her own descriptions of watching a loved one struggle through pain. This was a good read and a good cry."

Quarter sized (4.25" x 5.5"), 40 pages. Written in April of 2015.

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5 out of 5 stars
Mar 4, 2018
dig deep zine #7

Reviewed by Charlotte Antelope
5 out of 5 stars
Mar 22, 2018
it's just perfect, full of wonderful writing lifting my heart up (as always). thank you so much!
dig deep zine #8

5 out of 5 stars
Mar 4, 2018
All of your zines are wonderful and I love your writing voice!
dig deep zine #8

5 out of 5 stars
Mar 4, 2018
dig deep zine #5

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: paper, clip art, scissors, glue stick
  • Feedback: 247 reviews
  • Favorited by: 98 people
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