2010, black & white, 72 pp. The last installment in the zine series that would later become my first book
2011, black & white, 16 pp. A short, delirious diatribe I wrote while sick with a fever
2008, black & white with hand-colored cover, 12 pp. A short piece about the ups and downs of living alone
2019, black & white, 44 pp. Split zine with Vanessa Berry. We both wrote about 5 of our favorite mugs, and Vanessa did illustrations.
Not too sexy or so I thought
2013, black & white with color cover, 22 pp. I wrote a story about a dress I loved, and the wonderful Australian artist Nicholas Beckett illustrated it.
2008, offset printed, 32 pp. Edition of 500. 26 poems, one for each letter of the alphabet. Each one is named for and inspired by an obsolete word of English.
A perpetual calendar of fortunes for you
2006, black & white, 8 pp. A minizine with one fortune for each day of the week
Things I've Lost / Things I've Found
2010, black & white with screen-printed covers, 36 pp. Stories about things I’ve lost and things I’ve found. These include a dollhouse, a shoe, and a nun’s desk chair. Illustrations and screen-printing by Helen Entwisle.
2018, black & white with hand-drawn cover, 28 pp. Edition of 20. A collection of ridiculous “bios” I originally wrote for my website
What I Like in a Guy
2012, black & white, 16 pp. Just what it sounds like.
You Smell Perfect
2012, black & white with block print cover. 16 pp. Two stories, one by me and one by Sarah Mangle, who also made drawings. The zine’s inside covers had pockets that held paper dolls Sarah drew of us as little kids. That one is me.
2008, black & white, 8 pp. A short story about a bus route, with a cover illustration by Jennifer Cuellar
This was before you were born
2007, black & white, 28 pp. A collection of the family stories I’ve heard all my life. “These aren’t my memories, but they are my stories. I inherited them.”