Fringe Arts

  • Living on the edge of appropriateness

    Local zine publishes photographs that shock, amuse and offend

    Who wants to wait to be discovered when self-discovery is right at your fingertips? Daniel Pelissier sure doesn’t. “I’m not going to wait for someone to ask me to publish my photos, I’ll just do it myself and have fun with it,” said Pelissier, co-founder of Young Healers, a local photography zine that opts for a DIY esthetic. The zine publishes photographs of emerging artists Pelissier deems worthy of attention.

  • It’s all true

    Jeff Miller makes the jump from zine to paperback

    “When I was making the zine, I never let the impermanence of the medium change the way I wrote,” said Jeff Miller of the 15 years he spent writing his Ghost Pine zine. “I would always make sure that it was not just good enough, but as good as it possibly could be, which I think is one of the only ways to grow as a writer.”

  • Andrew Piper predicts the future of the printed word

    Books have survived the gramophone, radio, television and the audio-book. But will they survive the iPad?

  • No objectivity in war reporting

    Where does censorship start? Does it begin with the government cracking down on what’s allowed to be reported on? At the editor or publisher’s desk? Or does it begin and end with the journalists themselves?