Aliencola

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'''Aliencola''' is a passionately written [[zine]] by [[Karijane]] from Duluth, Minnesota.
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'''Aliencola''' is a passionately written [[zine]] by [[Karijane]] from Duluth, Minnesota, U.S.A.
'''Aliencola''' is a combination of surreal prose and black and white  visuals that mixes poetry, prose, and collage all together. Here are samples from issue #4 subtitled "Freshell' . Alongside a picture of a charred burnt human hand is the line, "I bite the dialing finger that called you". Under a negative image of a hurt and contemplating face is the line, "I refuse to accept that those who break free for what they believe are 'asking for it', that anyone is 'asking for it', I refuse to allow anyone to smuggle any bit of happiness from my gxxx (sic) galaxy just to pacify their needs."  And this original quote, 'truth is that which creates the desired results.'  
'''Aliencola''' is a combination of surreal prose and black and white  visuals that mixes poetry, prose, and collage all together. Here are samples from issue #4 subtitled "Freshell' . Alongside a picture of a charred burnt human hand is the line, "I bite the dialing finger that called you". Under a negative image of a hurt and contemplating face is the line, "I refuse to accept that those who break free for what they believe are 'asking for it', that anyone is 'asking for it', I refuse to allow anyone to smuggle any bit of happiness from my gxxx (sic) galaxy just to pacify their needs."  And this original quote, 'truth is that which creates the desired results.'  
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Aliencola is a passionately written zine by Karijane from Duluth, Minnesota, U.S.A.

Aliencola is a combination of surreal prose and black and white visuals that mixes poetry, prose, and collage all together. Here are samples from issue #4 subtitled "Freshell' . Alongside a picture of a charred burnt human hand is the line, "I bite the dialing finger that called you". Under a negative image of a hurt and contemplating face is the line, "I refuse to accept that those who break free for what they believe are 'asking for it', that anyone is 'asking for it', I refuse to allow anyone to smuggle any bit of happiness from my gxxx (sic) galaxy just to pacify their needs." And this original quote, 'truth is that which creates the desired results.'

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