In which the East Village Inky’s Chief Primatologist (and Sole Employee) Ayun Halliday finds herself constitutionally unable to let the 100th birthday of her literary hero and fellow Hoos-Yorker go unremarked in the pages of her long running zine (and New York Civil Court….)
40 fun-filled, handwritten and illustrated pages jammed with Vonnegut lore, personal history, interviews, hilarious tangents, mini-deep dives into bad film adaptations, vocabulary boosters, a the infamous moose poop joke, the Inky’s handy pocket-sized format makes for unparalleled reading for toilet, subway, long-distance buses in foreign lands, zombie invasions, and nursing in public places. A must for Vonnegut fans!
Winner 2002, Best Zine, CLMP Firecracker Awards for Independently Published Literature
“The East Village Inky demonstrates the essence of a perzine through and through”