The “What the dormouse said…” Edition :: Rusty’s Electric Dreams, Issue #124


:: Now you can tell me what to do. The power is yours! ::

Rusty's Electric Dreams

Rusty’s Electric Dreams, an inbox zine from the curious mind of Rusty Blazenhoff
Issue #124 :: The “Remember what the Dormouse said” Edition :: 02:22:2017

Remember what the Dormouse said…

Are you surrounded by a bunch of bland Normals?

Welcome to issue #124. One hundred and twenty-four issues. (Boy! Do I have issues.)

Ok, so I estimated it, I have spent over 1000 hours cranking out Rusty’s Electric Dreams in the past two plus years since its inception. At least! Probably more like 1500 to 2000 hours total. I’m not complaining. I am still really committed to curating this thing for you lovely folks each and every week. However, I’m at the point now where I want to better it, to fine tune it. It sometimes feels like I’m the fish who can’t see the water it’s in, like I’m too in it to see it. So, I am going to need your help. You can give me a valuable perspective from outside the fishbowl.

When I first started thinking about making the zine, I imagined it was going to be a kind of “community newsletter,” but for people like *us*. When I sat down to really think about who “we” are, I kept coming up short about how to describe who *we* are exactly.

It’s challenging because traditional demographics don’t apply here. I mean, I don’t target the zine to anyone’s age, gender, location (except for, maybe, event listings), income, family status or, really, anything like that. I’m trying to hone in on a mindset.

Who are we anyway?

Back in 2014, when I discussed the concept for the zine and this dilemma to (my future by-arranged-marriage hubby) Gareth, he beautifully described, who Timothy Leary called, “the Others.”

“Admit it. You aren’t like them. You’re not even close… the more you try to fit in, the more you feel like an outsider… Who knows what you might learn from taking a chance on conversation with a stranger? Everybody carries a piece of the puzzle. Nobody comes into your life by mere coincidence. Trust your instincts. Do the unexpected. Find the Others.”

Ah yes, in other words, the Happy Mutants. You know, US.

That got me to thinking, who is my zine is NOT for? That seemed easier. The big, grotesquely smiling face of the “Normals,” as envisioned by this Church of the SubGenius PSA that ran a long time ago on MTV, immediately came to mind.

We have other names for these “Normals” too. Without getting political, think of the Muggles, the Hollows, the Man, the Empire, even Francis Buxton, and you’ll start to see who we’re not.

Does this ring true to you? On one hand, I loathe being sold to and spend a tremendous amount of energy zigging when they just discovered that I zag. I think, “You don’t know me!”

Like many of us, I put high value on things like creativity, humor, honesty, transparency, inclusion, kindness, generosity, fairness, authenticity, and empathy. These values guide what I put in the zine but I need some help. Help me weed through the bullshit.

I am one of the good guys and want to help, Rusty

I’ve been trying to find “the Others” since day one. Have I succeeded? I work in a vacuum and it can be hard to tell.

Many people, including many of you, have said some very nice things. I guess I’m now looking for more concrete feedback, so I created a survey. This is your time to have your say in the direction of the zine.

Speak now or forever* hold your peace. Feed my head, dear readers, feed my head…

—>>>>>> TAKE THE SURVEY HERE <<<<<<—
—>>>>>> OR HERE <<<<<<—
—>>>>>> IT’S THE SAME LINK <<<<<<—

–Rusty Blazenhoff
*P.S. It doesn’t have to be “forever,” that’s a little dramatic. You can speak up whenever it is convenient for you. It helps if it’s before I close the survey on March 1st but if something’s bugging you or if you have a suggestion you can always email me, ok?

This space intentionally left fed

As seen on the Internets


Sam's books

Reader Sam G. writes, “I’ve been making fake books series. This one was for my wife, who was amused. Maybe it’ll make you smile too?”  It did. 🙂 –Rusty.
:: How enamel pins are made (it’s actually really fascinating!)


:: “Was ‘Weird Al’ the real star all along?”

:: What if you had to make everything from scratch? via

:: Ellen Rowan’s heart-shaped rocks (I know Ellen from Dent)

:: Oldie but a goodie: A “Lose Your Own Adventure” book

:: Pixar gives free lessons in storytelling through Khan Academy via

:: LOVE this: Ms. Pearl, the world’s largest squirrel statue


:: LIES: Free bumper sticker hack art by Steve Lambert

:: Twitter challenge: Museums show off their creepiest collections item
:: via

:: The Fuck It List: 1000 Things I’ll Never Do Before I Die
:: Thanks, Laura!

:: Discover, a place to find other personal newsletters (aka ‘inbox zines’)
:: Thanks, Mark!

:: How to get involved with the Resistance, a pdf guide


:: The Finger Hand Movement *slays* me

Saw these after Valentine’s Day, but they were too good not to share
:: Evil Mad Scientist Valentine’s cards

:: “I Smashed a Bunch of Stuff to Get Over My Ex” at the Wreck Room

February Artist-in-Residence: Alexis Finch

All hail Cheeto Mussolini! The first pin created by PussPins pin collective.​

Hey folks,

It’s Alexis’ final week as February’s Artist-in-Residence (aww…). Every month I plan on interviewing the A-i-R for their final week and I often simply lose track of time and it doesn’t happen. But, I got it together this time, yay me! —Rusty.

[RB= Rusty Blazenhoff, AF= Alexis Finch]

RB: You have a lot of projects going on, where do you get so much energy?!

AF: I’ve always found that the more time I have locked into work the more time I’m able to find for additional projects. The success from working on one fuels me for the next.

RB: Can you recommend a book (or podcast, or TED talk, or the like) that has particularly moved you to take action and better yourself as an artist?

AF: When I first moved to San Francisco I discovered 99% Invisible and it resonated with the way I’ve looked at the world, seeing paths of interaction and patterns from which we glean meaning. I’m balancing devouring podcasts with getting back to reading and this year I’m tracking the books I read on Medium… it’s going to be an interesting list.

RB: What music do you currently listen to?

AF: Today I’m listening to NOFX. I’ve been into punk rock since before I knew what it was and it definitely powers me through challenging work. I try to get a dose of new bands on KALX any time I’ve got a radio handy… my taste is eclectic to say the least and I miss having a real live DJ curating the soundtrack of my day.

RB: What do you want to be when you grow up?

AF: I feel like I’m getting there… it’s more realizing what I’ve done that I’ve really enjoyed and creating space to get to do that. I’ll never stop teaching and want that to be more a part of my life. I look forward to being able to focus on ceramics and have my own studio, but also to get to work with artists and help them make a business out of their creativity.

RB: What are you working on right now that excites you the most?

AF: I’ve been helping out a bit “in my free time, haha” with m0xy, the Industrial Arts Incubator in Jingletown. I helped them with their launch 2yrs ago and my partner Jordan McCorkle is now their Marketing Director and is building out their Incubator services. I love what he’s accomplished with them. He and I met while designing and producing m0xy’s Cognitive Technologies Exhibition at the Exploratorium. The times he & I get to brainstorm together, seeing what they’re developing for the arts, that really gets me jazzed.

RB: How old is your inner child?

AF: 42… or 5.

RB: Are you a city mouse or a country mouse?

AF: I’m both. It’s one of the biggest challenges in my life. I love cities, the art, the music, the architecture, but I also find them overwhelming with all the things and the pressure to go do and see. I crave the quiet of the country and being able to take time to read, to slowly build something, be it a body of work, writing a book, or what have you. Taking that time in the city is hard.

RB: Name/describe a guilty pleasure of yours:

AF: Designing enamel pins with my roommates. We sit around at dinner or over some drinks and come up with bad ideas and pretty things we’d want to pin to our sleeves. We just launched our first Kickstarter for Puss-Pins and have a lovely Cheeto Mussolini pin up there, just in time for President’s Day and lined up to be in-hand by Tax Day. We’ve got something like 20 other pin ideas and are concocting a plan to do a PinCon in Oakland once the rain stops.

Thank you, Alexis!

Alexis Finch is an East Coast expat living in Oakland, CA. She maintains that the Atlantic Ocean trumps the Pacific for swimming, but loves the color of water crashing in the sun under West Coast cliffs.

Her websitesAgentFin Consulting :: GraphiteMind :: Puss-Pins :: Azimuth Ceramics

About the Artist-in-Residence program: Every month a working artist is selected to showcase their work in this inbox zine and talk about their creation process. What they do with this space is left up to them. If you would like to be considered for this spot, or know someone who fits the bill, please email Rusty with your interest.

Real things you can actually buy: hell ya!

Five-dollar Favor: Robert Burke

Would you be willing to do me a (five-dollar) favor?

Would you kick down 5 bucks to this fund for visionary artist Robert Burke?

I met Robert years ago through a Burning Man social circle and I really can’t say enough nice things about this guy. Well, he’s just learned that he has primary progressive Multiple Sclerosis, an incurable and extremely debilitating disease. To add insult to injury, he’s broke, and essentially homeless. He needs a tremendous amount of financial assistance for medical expenses and proper housing.

So, that’s my Five-dollar Favor* for this week, if you have the means, send $5 (or more) to Robert’s fund. Thank you.

*inspired by Adam Rifkin’s Five-minute Favor

[If you’d like YOUR organization/charity to be considered for the Five-dollar Favor, ping me.]

Events + places to visit of note


Burger Boogaloo

Know about a cool happening, soiree, and/or event?  Been to someplace quirky? I need you! I can’t be everywhere and know about everything, so share it with me! I’ll do my best to include it in the next issue.

San Francisco Bay Area
TEXT 415-NEON-RAT OFTEN[Ongoing] Joshua Raoul Brody’s Beatles Thingy[4/7-4/10] Event Horizon, a “new standalone sci-fi larp for adults”

Various Cities
[2nd Sunday of every month] Solidarity Sundays
[Ongoing] Silent Book Club
[Ongoing] Escape rooms and adventures, curated by No Proscenium
[Ongoing] The Joy Experiment, “inspired by the ideas of the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu as chronicled in The Book of Joy, to “test” those ideas in the real world”
[Ongoing] Puff, Pass & Paint, BYOC painting events

[Until 5/31] The Found Footage Festival

[Until 9/23] Dan Savage’s Hump! Festival

Adelaide, Australia
[3/3-3/19] Adelaide Festival Thanks, Jeff!

[3/10-3/13] WOMADelaide 2017, the World’s Festival Thanks, Jeff!

Akron, Ohio
[Until 5/7] Turn the Page: The First Ten Years of Hi-Fructose at Akron Art Museum

Alameda, California
[Every 3rd Friday] TILT, stand-up comedy and storytelling at Pacific Pinball Museum, 6 PM

[Starts 3/6] Show Your Work – Creative Entrepreneur Share & Support 12 week Series with creative life coach Heidi Bennett, 10 AM to 11:30 AM [Tickets]

Ano Nuevo, California
[Through March] Public Elephant Seal Walk, see a large colony of Northern Elephant Seals as they come to shore to birth and mate [Reservations]

Austin, Texas
[3/11] Art on the Edge at the Blanton Museum of Art, 8 PM to Midnight [Tickets]

Berkeley, California
[2/24] The Pathogens at 924 Gilman

[2/28] Gil Stancourt’s Dipped: The Tasting Party at the Homemade Cafe, 7 PM to 9 PM [Tickets]

[3/4] Freeze Peach Dance Party: Pogo With the Proud Boys at MLK, JR Civic Center Park, 1 PM to 4 PM

[3/4-3/5] Women and Cannabis Salon, 4 PM to 7 PM [Tickets]

Black Rock City, Nevada
[8/27-9/4] Burning Man 2017: Theme is Radical Ritual

Brockton, Massachusetts
[Until 6/4] Playa Made: The Jewelry of Burning Man at Fuller Craft Museum

Chattanooga, Tennessee
[Until 10/31] Wayne White‘s Wayne-o-Rama at 1800 Rossville Avenue, open Weds-Sun, 11 AM to 6 PM and by special appointment

Costa Mesa, California
[3/15] Whipped Cream, a ballet with sets and costumes by Mark Ryden at Segerstrom Center for the Arts

Denver, Colorado
[4/8-4/9] DINK: Independent Comic Expo, “Urban art with literature, zines, small press publishers, underground comix and cocktails!” Thanks, Mike McDaniel!

[4/2017] Allee Willis’ The “D” premieres at the Fisher Building, party to follow

Hermosa Beach, California
[3/11] Corey Feldman & The Angels at Saint Rocke, 9 PM [Tickets]

Las Vegas
[Ongoing] Akhob, an immersive “Ganzfeld effect” experience by artist James Turrell at Louis Vuitton [by appt only: 702-730-3150] HIGHLY recommended!

Los Angeles
[Ongoing] Iconic diners of L.A.
[Ongoing] Mojo Maps: Venice Land Walking Tour, former Disney Imagineer and team “combine live performance, original music and interactive activities sending you on a journey to another time and place” via
[Ongoing] Cinefamily events

[Every Wednesday] Scot Nery’s Boobie Trap, a “live variety show that features big names in cirque, variety, comedy, magic and music” at Cafe Club Fais Do-Do, 8 PM [TicketsThanks, Kyle!

[Dates in February] The Performance Lab at Skirball

[Until 4/2] Pop Art Design at OCMA

[Until 5/17] David Bowie: Among the Mexican Masters at Forest Lawn Museum

[Starts 10/2017] Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors at The Broad

[2/25-2/26] Bob Baker Days at Bob Baker Marionette Theater

[3/5] Charles Phoenix’s “Disneyland” Tour of Downtown Los Angeles, a “6-hour Walking And Bus Experience Of DTLA As A Big Theme Park!” 11 AM to 5 PM

[3/5] 7th Annual Burner Day at Disneyland, meet at 11:11 AM in front of the Castle, 10 PM for a drink at Trad’r Sam’s

[3/25] Immersive Performance Skills Workshop with Marissa Nielsen Pincus at Basic Flowers, 10 AM to 1 PM & 2 PM to 5 PM, $100

[11/10-11/11] National Beard and Mustache Championship

Malden, Massachusetts
[Ongoing] Boda Borg

Maxwell, California
[6/15-6/18] Camp Tipsy 2017, “an annual rotten boat building contest and campout”

Menlo Park, California
[Until 3/31] The Institute Presents: NEUROSOCIETY, a “series of interactive environments created by David Byrne and Mala Gaonkar that present the emerging work of fifteen cognitive neuroscience labs around the world” at PACE Art + Technology [Tickets]

Nashville, Tennessee
[5/20] Charles Phoenix Retro Wild West Slideshow at Nashville Boogie, a “Live Comedy Performance Celebrating Classic And Kitschy Country & Western Life & Style” 3:30 PM

New Orleans
[Now until Fat Tuesday 2/28] Mardi Gras parades

[7/18-7/23] Tales of the Cocktail

New York City
Quirky NYC by Oriana Leckert:
:: “From Bumper Cars to Torah Taxidermy: A Guide to 25 of Brooklyn’s Most Unusual Museums”
:: “From Elevators to Outsider Art: A Guide to 16 Under-the-Radar Museums in Queens”

[Ongoing] Sleep No More at The McKittrick Hotel [Tickets]
[Ongoing] The Ferry Play on the Staten Island Ferry, $1.99
[Ongoing] More NYC events

[Through 2/2017] Refuge, an “immersive performance and gameplay experience set in a mirrored 2016 reality where coastal cities are going underwater, temperature increases have caused nearly all vegetation to disappear, and natural disasters are wreaking havoc across every continent,” Needs a team of 4 to play [Tickets]

[Until 4/2] Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture at OMCA

[2/22-2/23] Mental Illness Happy Hour LIVE at New Parkway, 7 PM

[2/24] Puff, Pass & Paint, BYOC, 7 PM to 9 PM [Tickets]

[2/25] Mark Growden and Amber Lee in Uptown Oakland at Octopus Literary Salon, 7 PM to 10 PM [Tickets]

[3/4-3/5] Oakland Museum’s White Elephant Sale

[3/10] Ganja Goddess Celebration Art Show, 5:30 PM to 9 PM

[3/12] Sugar Rush: A Cupcake Tasting Event at East Bay Community Center, 5447 Telegraph, 2 PM to 5 PM [Tickets]

[3/24] Extra Action Marching Band & Friends Standing Rock Benefit at Starline Social Club, 9 PM [Tickets]

[3/25] 2017 Oakland Onesie Pub Crawl, 6 PM on

[4/7] Opening for Nasty Women Exhibition Oakland at Omi Gallery, 6:30 PM to 9 PM [Tickets] show runs through 4/30

[4/8] Yuri’s Night – Bay Area at Chabot Space and Science Center, 7 PM, 21+ [Tickets]

[4/13] The New Pornographers at Fox Theater, 8 PM [Tickets] (2/2 presale code: kuhl)

[4/19-4/24] Psychedelic Science 2017 at Oakland Marriott Center [Tickets]

[6/2] East Bay Open Studios at the Abandoned Train Station, hosted by Salle des Artistes. 9 PM to 12 AM.
Current CALL FOR ARTISTS: Looking for traditional artists, as well as short films, installations, projection mapping, and short dance performances. Cutting edge projects welcome. Also: Volunteers, help opportunities.

[6/10] Figment Oakland 2017 at Mosswood Recreation Center, 11 Am to 6 PM

[7/1-7/2] Burger Boogaloo 5 Year Anniversary Party at Mosswood Park [Tickets]

[7/8-8/20] KRK TV, The Art of KRK Ryden at Compound Gallery (“with ambient theremin music played by the artist”)

[8/17-8/23] Oregon Eclipse 2017, a “total solar eclipse gathering”

Palm Springs, California
[Until 2/26] Palm Springs Modernism Week

[7/7-7/10] Yes and Yes Yes at the Ace Hotel

Pasadena, California
[Every Friday in February] Serial Killer Speed Dating: Escape Room Edition at The Bunker Experience, Old Town

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Thanks, Sam!
[Until 3/7] Anne Minich: The Truth of Being Both/And at PAFA

[2/22-3/12] Sh*theads, a new play set in a dying bike shop [Tickets]

Plains, Georgia
[Sundays] (Former President) Jimmy Carter’s Sunday School Class

Portland, Oregon
[3/25] 2017 Portland Onesie Pub Crawl

Reno, Nevada
[7/1/2017-1/28/2018] City of Dust: The Evolution of Burning Man at Nevada Museum of Art

Sacramento, California
[Until 2/25] ArtStreet, “a temporary series of arts events, which included exhibitions, salons, lectures, film premieres, book debuts, musical performances, and artist receptions” {backstory} Thanks, David! [on Juxtapox]

[6/11-9/17] Turn the Page: The First Ten Years of Hi-Fructose at Crocker Art Gallery

San Diego
[3/4-3/11] JoCo Cruise 2017, “a whole cruise ship full of music, comedy, and general nerdery”

[8/10-8/13] Tiki Oasis: International Espionage

San Francisco
:: “Best storytelling events in the Bay Area”
:: Upscale vs. Frugal SF
[Ongoing] Elsewhere Philatelic Societyhighly recommended!
[Ongoing] More SF events
[Ongoing] Prelinger Library events
{Gallery] Keane Eyes Gallery featuring the art of Margaret Keane, 3040 Larkin Street

[Dates in April] The Ask Dr. Hal Show [Tickets]

[Until 3/30] Real Housewives of Macaroni, new portraits by Jason Mecier at Dolores Park Cafe

[Until 4/16] Vintage: Wine, Beer, and Spirits Labels from the Kemble Collections on Western Printing and Publishing at California Historical Society

[Until 4/18] Spirituality X: The San Francisco Documentary Film Series

[2/22] Phonographic Memory: February 2017 Session at SF Public Library Bernal Heights Branch, 7 PM to 8 PM

[2/23] BUFFY Musical Sing-Along at The Lone Star Saloon, 7 PM to 11:30 PM

[2/24] Let My People LEGO, the LEGO-based art of Elbe Spurling at Four Barrel Coffee, 6 PM

[2/24] Lovesick – The Cat Allergy Musical, a “comedic musical romp through the world of online dating” at EXIT Theatre, 8 PM to 11 PM [Tickets]

[2/25] Bawdy Storytelling’s 10 Year Anniversary show part 1: Decadent at Verdi Club, 7 PM start [Tickets]
[2/25] Bawdy Storytelling’s 10 Year Anniversary show part 2: Best of Bawdy at Verdi Club, 10 PM start [Tickets]

[3/1] DorkbotSF 92 at Noisebridge, 7 PM to 10 PM

[3/2] Studies Have Shown, a live concert film event, featuring original music, dance, aerials, video projections, and more presented by Rachel Lark and the Damaged Goods at DNA Lounge [Tickets]

[3/4] Market-Mission-Castro Neon Walking Tour, 5 PM to 7 PM [Tickets]

[3/4] 2017 San Francisco Onesie Pub Crawl, 6 PM to 1 AM

[3/4] Burning Man – SF Burnal Equinox Art Salon & Mixer! at Public Works, 6 PM

[3/10] Holding the Edge at The Marsh, 8 PM to 11 PM

[3/12] Breasts. An Art Exhibit of Form and Function at The Public Works SF, 6 PM

[3/18] Beware the Brides of March 2017 at Bar Fluxus, 2:30 PM to 8:30 PM [More Info]

[3/18] Luminary: Art, Tech, Music – Feat: Shigeto at The Midway, 6 PM to 2 AM [Tickets]

[3/19] Market-Mission-Castro Neon Walking Tour, 5 PM to 7 PM [Tickets]

[3/30] The Residents at Exploratorium, 7:30 PM [Tickets]

[4/1] Cow Hollow Neon Walking Tour, 7 PM to 8:30 PM [Tickets]

[4/1] The Obfuscia Hotel at the Battery, 8 PM to 11 PM

[4/15] ResurrEGGtion2! The Second Coming at Sons of Italy Lodge, 5051 Mission Street, 8 PM to 2 AM [Tickets]

[4/21] Erika Chong Shuch’s For You at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

[4/23] Guinness World Record – Longest Chain of Roller Skaters, Kennedy Drive at Golden Gate Park, 2 PM to 5 PM

[4/26] Graduate with John Waters, an event where John Waters reads from his new book, Make Trouble (“inspiring advice for artists, graduates, and anyone seeking happiness and success on their own terms”), at Green Apple Books on the Park [Tickets]

[5/6] Tender-Nob Neon Walking Tour, 7:30 PM to 9 PM [Tickets]

[5/7] How Weird Street Faire: The Summer of Weird, 12 PM to 8 PM [Tickets]

[6/25] NerdGASM!, Burlesque, gaming, comedy at STUDSF, 8 PM to 11 PM

[7/21-7/23] San Francisco Art Book Fair [accepting submissions in January 2017]

[10/2017] 50th Anniversary of the Summer of Love

San Mateo, California
[5/19-5/21] Maker Faire Bay Area 2017 – 12th Annual
[NOW] Call for makers

Santa Fe, New Mexico
[Ongoing] Meow Wolf [Read this] [Tickets]

Santa Rosa, California
[3/31] An Evening with Neil Gaiman at Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, 8 PM to 9:30 PM [Tickets]

Scottsboro, Alabama
[Ongoing] Unclaimed Baggage Center Thanks, Farrah!

The Obscure, the Charming and the Odd: Mark Pahlow’s Guide to Seattle

[Open now] The Art of Rube Goldberg at Museum of Pop Culture

Somerville, Massachusetts
[9/23] What the Fluff Festival

Stockbridge, Massachusetts
[Until 5/29/2017] Hanna-Barbera: The Architects of Saturday Morning at Norman Rockwell Museum via

Sun Valley, Idaho
[3/19-3/22] Dent 2017, a creative retreat for people who want to “put a dent in the universe,” as Steve Jobs once said. Highly recommended!

Vancouver, B.C.
[2/18] Pinata Workshop with Meaghan Kennedy at Blim, 2 PM to 5 PM

Venice, Italy
[5/13-11/26] We are from the Dust is participating in VIVA ARTE VIVA, The Venice Art Biennale: 57th International Art Exhibition

Woodside, California
[Various dates in 2017] ART///SKY Sculpture Hikes for the Djerassi Resident Artists Program [Reservations begin March 1 at 9 AM]

“We are the music makers,
And we are the dreamers of dreams,
Wandering by lone sea-breakers,
And sitting by desolate streams;—
World-losers and world-forsakers,
On whom the pale moon gleams:
Yet we are the movers and shakers
Of the world for ever, it seems.”
― Arthur O’Shaughnessy, 1873

Rusty’s Electric Dreams is a weekly inbox zine from the curious mind of Rusty Blazenhoff.

Back in the nineties, Rusty pursued counterculture “experiences beyond the pale of mainstream society” with the â”randomly gathered network of free spirits” of the San Francisco Cacophony Society. Since then, she’s proven herself a cacophonist for life. Her collaborations with some of the planet’s coolest people and organizations, including Burning Man, Pee-wee Herman, Allee Willis, Laughing Squid, Dangerous Minds, and Archie McPhee, inspired her title: “Professional Free Spirit.”

In her offbeat zine you’ll find wonderful weirdness in the form of art, unusual products, worldwide event listings of note, and other fun surprises.

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