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zine review:

Sock Puppets & Stool Pigeons

Written from the perspective of a child, the narrator unknowingly talks about her family’s associations with the mob. When her father says “they knock off people for dough” she hopes that they make cupcakes with the dough. The illustrations are black and wispy and messy and gritty, and the inky text is typed on a typewriter. This zine is cute and nicely assembled. (Grace Evans)

Zine, Vicki Nerino, 2009,,

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