Latest Issue: 50 (Winter 2011)
Feature Stories

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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from Ayun Halliday, Matthew J. Trafford

by Greg Gerke, Kim Chinquee, Erik Wahlstrom, Tom Luckie, Fan Wu, Fan Wu

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Dying For Veronica
Early on in Remski's kaleidoscopic dream-novel, the narrator bluntly informs the reader, "There were twelve words in my last confession: 'I committed incest with my sister because I thought she was God.'" Indeed, Veronica is very much the deity of the text, pulsing with charisma and iconoclasm on every page. The narrator makes linguistic love to her in every line, the same way everything a devout Catholic does is meant to communicate his or her love for God. The novel is for Veronica, about Vero... Read more.

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