Issue #4 & Ranch - Strange Happenings in the Finger Lakes National Forest

Issue #4 & Ranch - Strange Happenings in the Finger Lakes National Forest

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& Ranch is a literary comic about Yuri Realman, a writer who abandons his life in the city, roams the country for a while and starts to figure out who he really is: A hermit.

Structurally, & Ranch is a mix of Yuri's story, interspersed with his writing and photography, his correspondence with editors, his musings on nature, and stories about the people he meets and writes about.

In Issue #4: "Strange Happenings in the Finger Lakes National Forest"

Short fiction, "The Quarter" and "The 119th Street Demon"
Experimental storytelling: "A Midnight Stroll"

Includes acid trips, liberal politics and barroom philosophizing.
44 pages, color covers, black and white inside.

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Julie Mar 21, 2019

5 out of 5 stars

This was my second purchase from this author. Excellent story telling! Thank you!

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Case Lee Mar 23, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

Modified Opinel #8 Love the alterations done to this knife! Liked so much I’m buying up for gifts.. Hurry and get yours before I buy them All!! Lol.. Leather case is the perfect compliment to this blade.

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Kat Hampton Feb 16, 2020

4 out of 5 stars

Zines arrived on time with a hand written note. I love those little details. The way the zines were printed some details were lost but I am still excited about making them the newest addition to my zine collection.

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The Paper Negative Dec 27, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

This piece is beautiful, grass roots creativity at its best. I bought it because that's one hell of a catchy title and the imagery intrigued me. I feel very moved each time I read it, I feel like it connects to my own experiences of living in small towns that are forgotten and slowly disappearing. Beautiful.

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