I haven't made an issue Brainscan in four years and I hope that this zine helps to explain why. Brainscan 21 explores my recognition of being in an emotionally abusive relationship, the attempts on both parts to right wrongs, the failure to do so, and gathering the strength to take the next step..
Released at the 2012 Chicago Zine FestA split zine with Brainscan #29 and no More Coffee #4Brainscan #29 - Ben Spies (no more coffee zine) threw out the challenge of fiction to my land of perzines and this is the grim result. These three short stories are my stab at fiction wrapped in the us..
Squeaking in at the end of 2012 makes this 30 issues in 15 years!40 pages, 1/4 sized, 5 color risograph printed on recycled paper!This zine started to be about how awesome 2012 was going to be until the end of my year was almost ruined. I started the zine with the realization that I had grow..
In Brainscan #33 DIY Witchery, I share my personal journey with witchcraft. I have been studying and practicing for over a decade and it has played a significant role in my personal growth. This zine is not a how-to guide, but rather a personal narrative of my experiences with witchcraft. I discuss ..
"I've lived in Portland, Oregon since 1999. I was 22 when I moved here and I turn 37 this summer. This city has seen me grow and change and become more myself. I've called other cities 'home". My first 10 years were spent in Texas, the next 12 in Utah. I've written about bo..
In 20 years of publishing Brainscan zine there is one incredibly important thing in my life that I have not written about, and that is witchcraft. I am a witch and I have been studying and practicing witchcraft for over a decade and it has been a very useful tool in my life and personal growth.T..
It's 5 zines for $10!Brainscan #21
I Never Thought The Story Of My Life Would Be a Legal DramaThese five zines go together in a narrative of survival from an emotionally abusive relationship and rising through the ashes with the help..
More lovely snapshots with words transported from the brain of Jonas with thoughtful vivid characters. Plus the question of regret posed to Cindy Crabb (Doris Zine) and Alex Wrekk (Brainscan Zine) and their answers...