Latest Issue: 50 (Winter 2011)
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Despite What You've Heard, Zines Aren't Dead
Liz Worth investigates the survival of zines and finds that they're more important than ever

Broken Pencil's 15 Year Timeline

50 People (And Places) We Love

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People Live Still in Cashtown Corners
Cashtown Corners is the story of Bob Clark who, more or less, goes on a killing spree and then holes up at a farmhouse. Does he get inside the head of the killer? I believe so. Bob's thoughts and actions seem natural, even logical -- the more rambling bits remind you that Bob is insane, but at other times you even sort of root for him. It's a mark of the writing that Burgess gets you to empathize with the killer -- part of me wants Bob to be happy; maybe even have some sort of romance with Patty... Read more.

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