Silver screen print on dark green cardstock and high contrast layout makes this zine heavy in content as well as visually captivating.
"The most powerful and hopeful zine I've ever read about incest survival,
body memory, trauma and healing. Peregrine spent years writing it. It
is not a raw testimonial, but an unfolding of his story, starting with
his discovery that he was a childhood incest survivor, with intense body
memories but not many specific fact memories - and the difficulties of
belief and denial, within himself and his family.
So many men I know are sexual abuse survivors, and I have seen very few zines written by men about it. I know this zine will help so many people. It is great regardless of your gender!
I recommend this zine for everyone - regardless of whether or not you are an abuse survivor. It is an essential piece of writing for us all."