• A SELF-INDULGENT ZINE OF GRATUITOUS LENGTH  by Lilidh Jack
  • A SELF-INDULGENT ZINE OF GRATUITOUS LENGTH  by Lilidh Jack
  • A SELF-INDULGENT ZINE OF GRATUITOUS LENGTH  by Lilidh Jack
  • A SELF-INDULGENT ZINE OF GRATUITOUS LENGTH  by Lilidh Jack

A SELF-INDULGENT ZINE OF GRATUITOUS LENGTH by Lilidh Jack

A5, 20pp, colour printed, staple bound

A self-indulgent zine of gratuitous length and little direction discussing the life and times and themes and other such related topics pertaining to the character created by the late and mostly well-respected michael bond and peggy fortnum, known fondly to the general public as "a bear called paddington" including an anecdote that goes nowhere involving a senior professor of philosophy specialising in epistemological ethics, and further including a recantation of dream i had wherein paddington bear seeks vengeance, retold in the form of a spoken word poem with unnecessarily emphatic stress, and as such, as is almost necessary from a user of such a form, exploring the themes of neurodivergence, manic psychosis, trauma, stone butchness, transsexualism, queer estrangement, the inner child, and some unresolved beef with my ex: is a silly, irreverent 20 page A5 zine with a self-explanatory title.

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Lilidh Jack

Regular price £2.00