The Silky Membrane

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''' The Silky Membrane''' is a zine [[cee jacob cee]] from Michigan creates when he isnt taking his concerta (A.D.D. medication). The editor says, "Its about what ever comes to mind... And what ever."
''' The Silky Membrane''' is a zine [[cee jacob cee]] from Michigan creates when he isnt taking his concerta (A.D.D. medication). The editor says, "Its about what ever comes to mind... And what ever."
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Each issue is in the quarter format and contains at least one ongoing [[comic]]. Issue one contains "paul's sex shop" which is a comic about a sex shop owner named Paul and his confrontations with his customers. Also included is an essay about Michigan and an essay about Cee's winter coat. The zine is awfully printed and the spelling is really bad.
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Each issue is in the quarter format and contains at least one ongoing [[comic]]. Issue one contains "paul's sex shop" which is a comic about a sex shop owner named Paul and his confrontations with his customers. Also included is an essay about Michigan and an essay about Cee's winter coat.
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The editor remarks, in regard to his zine, " The zine is awfully printed and the spelling is really bad."
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Michigan Zines]] [[Category: 2000's publications]]
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Michigan Zines]] [[Category: 2000's publications]]

Revision as of 17:24, 20 April 2007

The Silky Membrane is a zine cee jacob cee from Michigan creates when he isnt taking his concerta (A.D.D. medication). The editor says, "Its about what ever comes to mind... And what ever."

Each issue is in the quarter format and contains at least one ongoing comic. Issue one contains "paul's sex shop" which is a comic about a sex shop owner named Paul and his confrontations with his customers. Also included is an essay about Michigan and an essay about Cee's winter coat.

The editor remarks, in regard to his zine, " The zine is awfully printed and the spelling is really bad."

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