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Cram 13: The CAPP Awards

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Zine, Cram 13: The CAPP Awards
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2012
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13
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Cram is a free poetry zine distributed in Chicago. This issue collects winners of the CAPP awards.
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English
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The Donor's poem is bookmarked
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chicagopoetry.com

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Sheila A. Donovan

Cram 11: Poetry Squared

Cram 9: Poetry in the First

Malachi Ritscher

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Zine, Malachi Ritscher
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December 2014
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A profile on the life of Malachi Ritscher, a prolific audio recorder of the Chicago jazz scene from the early 1990s to 2006. The profile was written in response to an invitation by the 2014 Whitney Biennial at the Whitney Museum of American Art. In writing about Mr. Ritscher, who died in November 2006, the author wants to "share something that the public may not know exists and to see the museum lend authority and importance to a life and a creative practice that probably would not receive museum consideration..."
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Anon, Good Nurse!

Untitled collection of photos featuring unnamed woman

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This zine is a collection of quiet photos taken in the nighttime. Often featuring close-up shots and an unnamed woman in different interiors and locations around Chicago (a Pilsen storefront's awning can be spotted), the photographer unveils a hushed world in contrast to the bustling urban landscape.
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Lil' Buddies Magazine - issue 2

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Zine, Lil' Buddies Magazine - issue 2
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2014*
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2
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Lil' Buddies Magazine is a collection of pictures and drawings of anthropomorphized images. This issue is mostly made up of images of teeth.
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English
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*date estimated based on publication date of Lil' Buddies Magazine - issue 1.
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Food Boys

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Zine, Food Boys
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December 2015
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"If you ever go through a break up, and you are feeling depressed, just look through 'Food Boys,' find the description of the boy you just broke up with, and eat that food to make you feel better." In this zine, the authors ask the reader to confront their heartache headfirst, without averting its gaze. With its sixteen paradigms of boys in the guise of food (such as pizza, posole, snow cones, gummy bears), Food Boys provides the recently heartbroken a pathway to feeling better: eat your feelings.
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