Posts Tagged ‘Sandusky Review’


faked by Tuesday, September 8th, 2009


Back in 2008 I spent about three months chronicling everything I ate or drank, in handy sketchbook form, inspired greatly by Kate Consumption and Candy Jernigan. Lula and I are currently in the culling phase of pulling out the thirty or so drinks and meals that will make the cut for a new Sandusky Review, that legendary literary zine of surpassing influence, wit, and also maybe some wisdoms, too.

I think this one should make the cut, eh?

Sandusky Review vol. 4: Chopping Tulips.

faked by Friday, August 15th, 2008


That bitter slap of licorice at the back of yr throat

faked by Wednesday, July 30th, 2008


Pistol shots ring out in the barroom night

faked by Friday, July 18th, 2008


Black Diamond + Ephemera.

faked by Thursday, July 10th, 2008

The latest Sandusky Review is about a mother and a daughter, both of whom have a history in pop music—the mother, in a fifties revival act called the B-Cups; the daughter, in a succession of metal and punk bands, beginning with Black Diamond. So I needed some fliers to go with that fictional history.


Sandusky Review No. 2: “Sleeping Aides and Razorblades.”

faked by Friday, May 9th, 2008

The second volume of the Sandusky Review, “Sleeping Aides and Razorblades,” is two intertwined stories set in Jackson, Mississippi. It tastes like ripped-knee bluejeans, punk rock, making out, getting your heart broken, Eudora Welty, the Jitney 14, and blowing all your tips at a dive bar before you can pay your rent.

In other words: life in the glorious South. Send it to your friends, rockers!! There are physical versions available, with alternate covers that I like a lot better than this one.

Sandusky Review No. 2 – Sleeping Aides and Razor Blades (1.9 megs).

The Sandusky Review vol. II is under a Creative Commons license.

Sandusky Review 3: John Tindime.

faked by Monday, April 14th, 2008


Sandusky Review 3: Preview.

faked by Thursday, March 20th, 2008

The latest Sandusky Review has been in the works for a few weeks now. I was really proud of the last issue, but if there’s a jarring disconnect from the Jitney 14-based illustrations and the story (even though it takes place in and around the Fortification legend). So I decided I was going to make a more properly illustrated story.