Selections From The Serial Killer Cookbook (The Handbook For America's Youth) takes a hard look at the society in which we are raised. J. Coburn asks the questions everyone is afraid to ask and leaves the reader's mind open to explore those questions. Here there are no limits, no rules, and no morals...here there is only REALITY!
<p>A collection of essays, poetry, and fiction from the Englewood community, compiled by a professor at Kennedy King College, and including the work of college students, high school students, and other community members. </p>ontributors continued: Gary Henry aka Zashura, Bridgett Vaughn, Barbara Floyd, Derrick English, Brian Bolden, Terry Clark, Jacquie Hood Martin, Ilyas Qawishabazz, Christopher Marchman, Arlicia Corley, Pavla Binkins, Sharon Williams, Haki Madhubuti, Desmond McFarlane, Julienne Thomas, Abe Mendez<br /> <br /> Keywords continued: Dr. Wayne D. Watson, Chrsitianity, City Colleges of Chicago, Murder, Million Man March, Poverty, Responsibility, Friendship, Burr Oak Cemetary, Lake Michigan, Native American,
The pink cover of this zine states that this is "not another one of those educational booklets," but rather a "personal story." This is a pretty great, and pretty extensive look at the concept of suicide, all through the eyes of someone who has been there and done that. Katherine talks about the things that had a tendency to bring her down, and how she struggled through all the bad to try and find the good. The personal touch to this zine is what really makes it interesting to read, though it doesn't have that per-zine look to it. The writing is very professional, with the references cited in the back and everything. There are a few photos, and some clip art, and towards the end the topic of mental health care is discussed as well. If you or anyone you know is going through some tough times, this one might help out. Half size, 64 pages, comes with a cool "Chicago is for Loners" sticker.