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Farm Pulp

217 NW 70th St., Seattle, WA 98117-4845, $2

Strange layout featuring paper of differing sizes and colors. The content is also strange, but features something on amorphic resonance. Ostensibly, that's the process of photocopied images morphing into new shapes and images after several generations. Is it a joke? Pick it up and decide for yourself.

Farm Pulp #25

Farm Pulp is one of the most enjoyable zines I've had the pleasure of reading. Stories, satires and bits of writing which are, apparently, guided by the voice of Donald Barthelme, are the order of the day. It looks wonderful and reads like a tall, cold one sliding down the back of your throat on a hot summer day.

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