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Paper Cuts is an exploration of the contemporary world of zines and DIY publishing. Through a series of Podcasts and live events, Paper Cuts features writers, performers, and artists who have shared their work in print, on paper, and in small editions.

Zines are truly dynamic publications that have built and supported engaged communities around ideals, experiences, genres, music, politics, poetry…anything that can be printed, shared, and/or mailed. Listen to voices that would normally live in your hands and demand your eyeballs. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
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Guest: Paige Landesberg Host:  Christopher Kardambikis Recorded on March 11th, 2020 in Brooklyn Paige Landesberg is a Brooklyn based artist who creates interdisciplinary artworks and curates public programming. She is committed to the idea of multiples and making work that is portable, accessible, multi-use and therefore pragmatic. In addition to her object practice, as an art-worker, Paige acts as the Curator of Books and Public Programming at Miriam, a new artist-run gallery and artist bookshop in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. She is committed to supporting and collaborating with artist publishers through independent projects as well, most recently with Brooklyn Art Book Fair and historically with institutions such as Printed Matter, Hauser & Wirth Publishers and Artbook @ MoMA PS1. Miriam is a new, artist-run contemporary gallery dedicated to working collaboratively with artists to support their practices and foster inclusive art experiences. Housed in a 1,250 squarefoot former matzah factory in South Williamsburg, the gallery opened its doors in December 2019 with Books at Miriam, an exhibition interrogating art books as a creative medium across a variety of perspectives and practices, with over 50 diverse artist publishers’ works. Miriam Gallery Brooklyn Art Book Fair --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
Du-Good Press

Du-Good Press

2020-05-1948:50

Guest: Leslie Diuguid Host:  Christopher Kardambikis Recorded on March 10th, 2020. Du-Good Press was established in spring 2017 to offer a collaborative and fresh approach to screen printing across the arts.  Focusing on a new wave of rising contemporary artists across multiple platforms, Du-Good Press offers hand screen-printed fine art editions of emerging and mid-career artists.  Artists are selected by Du-Good Press’ intimate team of advisors, curators and founder and master-printer, Leslie Diuguid. du-goodpress.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
Guests: Matt Davis and George Wietor Host:  Christopher Kardambikis Recorded on November 16th, 2019 at at the Chicago Art Book Fair. Matt Davis is the founder and director of Perfectly Acceptable Press, a Risograph print studio and publishing house in Chicago. Besides doing contract printing for artists all over North America, Perfectly Acceptable publishes 8-10 titles per year spanning the genres of comics, artist books, and essay with an emphasis on narrative and craft. Matt is the co-organizer of NARC along with George Wietor. Perfectly Acceptable Press (Chicago, IL) publishes short-run narrative artist books with an emphasis on synergy between content, craft, and form. Our aim is to create an object that pushes the boundaries of a zine without sacrificing accessibility or content. In addition to our publishing practice, we also offer contract Risograph print services for artists across North America. We also host the North American Risograph Conference alongside Issue Press. ——— Issue Press is an independent publisher of artist publications, multiples, and other printed matter based in Grand Rapids, MI and run by George Wietor. All of their work is produced with Risograph digital duplicators. It is run in Wietor's spare time and operates with an elastic publishing mandate, primarily concerned with works that trade in humor, history, and exploration of place. In addition to Issue Press, George runs stencil.wiki, an open platform for sharing information about Risograph printing and is, along with Matt Davis, the co-organizer of NARC. ——- The North American Risograph Conference (NARC) NARC is a day of talks, panels, and workshops dedicated to strengthening the North American Risograph community. The event is biennial, held in tandem with Chicago Art Book Fair. It is organized by Issue Press and Perfectly Acceptable Press. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
Flatlands Press

Flatlands Press

2020-04-1935:59

Guest: Eric Von Haynes Host:  Christopher Kardambikis Recorded on November 16th, 2019 at at the Chicago Art Book Fair. Eric Von Haynes is conceptual artist and printmaker who founded Flatlands Chicago in 2007, focused on producing publications and other printed ephemera for artists worldwide. Flatlands aims to be a community-minded space for artists to create, inspire and share ideas. flatlandspress.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
#LAABF2019

#LAABF2019

2020-04-0401:00:14

Guests: Nicole Killian, Danielle McCoy, Gonzalo Guerrero Hosts:  Christopher Kardambikis and Adriana Monsalve Recorded on April 12th, 2019 at the Los Angeles Art Book Fair and September 21st, 2018 at the New York Art Book Fair nico fontana is the publishing initiative of Nicole Killian, concerned with a queering of language, objects, bodies, and spaces. Nicole Killian’s work uses graphic design, publishing, video, objects and installation to investigate how the structures of the internet, mobile messaging, and shared online platforms affect contemporary interaction and shape cultural identity from a queer perspective. They are interested in the repetition, looping, and dissemination of content. They think about catnip and bird toys, scratching and the depths (or voids) of the desktop folder. Nicole appreciates a good karaoke performance and is co-creator of annual publication ISSUES with Sarah Faith Gottesdiener. They are currently co-director of the Design, Visual Communications MFA and Assistant Professor in the Department of Graphic Design at Virginia Commonwealth University. They recently served as guest editor for the Walker Art Center's Soundboard and organized How Will We Queer Design Education without Compromise? nylondip.com Danielle McCoy is one part of WORK/PLAY, an interdisciplinary design duo based in St. Louis, MO. Kevin received a BFA in Graphic Communication from the University of Missouri St. Louis and recently graduated from Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts, Washington University in St. Louis earning his MFA. Danielle is a conceptual artist, writer, and educator. Together, they combine illustration, minimal contemporary design along with experimental printmaking techniques into their art practice. With their use of design and printmaking, the collaborative duo has expanded their practice to textile arts, site-specific installation, publications and bookmaking to deliver an acerbic dose of revelation to inspire audiences and trigger experiences. They continuously experiment with new techniques, seeking to push beyond the perceived boundaries of art, design and printmaking. WORK/PLAY Secret Riso Club Is A Graphic Design And Risograph Studio Based In Ridgewood, NYC. At the studio, they work on their own projects, and also offer graphic design services, risograph printing, and photo printing services. They print zines, small publications, posters, cards, assorted material for local arts and community organizations, and flyers for bands, among other projects. secretrisoclub.com Adriana Monsalve is the co-founder of Homie House Press.  Homie House Press is a skeleton bones crew of femmes creating + publishing in the foto book medium. They are photographers + book makers + educators holding space for and with underrepresented communities. They are a playground where fotos become books, a safe space for secret stories and an open house for honest content. Find HHP migrating through the in-betweenness of all that we are, and al otro lado del charco. Homie House Press --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
Guests: Taylor Mardis Katz and Misha Johnson Host:  Christopher Kardambikis Recorded on August 16th, 2019 at Free Verse Farm & Apothecary in Chelsea, VT. Free Verse Farm is a co-creation of Taylor Mardis Katz and Misha Johnson, two artist/farmers with a passion for growing, eating, and sharing delicious and nourishing food and herbs. They are a small herb farm and apothecary in Chelsea, Vermont specializing in naturally-grown tisanes (herbal teas), culinary herbs, medicinals, and herbal remedies. Their farm is situated high in the hills of the White River watershed in the Upper Valley region of eastern Vermont. Their herbs and remedies are available at local farmers markets, stores, online, and through their Farmshare Community. The Free Verse Residency honors the poetry that's a part of the farm's name (and the inspiration for how they plant, tend, and blend the herbs), Taylor and Misha have established a self-directed residency for poets and writers and makers of small artworks. This offering is for those who seek a quiet, secluded place to live and work, residing for a week amidst the herbs, vegetables, and wild fauna of their rural Vermont farm. This is a residency for those who desire open space, solitude, and the companionship of a landscape that inspires awe, provides calm, and offers its abundance without an expectation of anything in return. www.freeversefarm.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
Guest: Bill Boichel Host:  Christopher Kardambikis Recorded on July 26th, 2019 at Copacetic Comics in Pittsburgh, PA. Bill Boichel has been a fixture on the Pittsburgh comics scene for over forty years (absent 1982 to 1984, when he served as the director/manager of the exhibitions program at Pittsburgh Filmmakers).  Primarily engaged in comics retail, most notably as the owner/operator of BEM: The Store and The Copacetic Comics Company, he has also organized comics-centric events, and created, edited and published numerous micro-press comics under the BEM imprint, mostly between 1985 and 2000. https://copaceticcomics.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
Guest: Jim Rugg Host:  Christopher Kardambikis Recorded on July 24th, 2019 in Pittsburgh, PA. Jim Rugg is an Eisner and Ignatz-award winning comic book artist, book maker, illustrator, designer, and cat dad. Books include Street Angel, the PLAIN Janes, Afrodisiac, Notebook Drawings, Rambo 3.5, and Supermag. His YouTube channel Cartoonist Kayfabe will make you love comics even more! Instagram and Twitter: @jimruggart youtube.com/c/cartoonistkayfabe jimrugg.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
Imin Yeh

Imin Yeh

2020-02-0751:02

Guest: Imin Yeh Host:  Christopher Kardambikis Recorded at Carnegie Mellon University on July 17th, 2019 in Pittsburgh, PA. Imin Yeh is based in Pittsburgh, PA. She is an interdisciplinary and project-based artist working in sculpture, installation, and participatory events. Recent exhibitions include university galleries at Ithaca College and the College of New Jersey, San Jose Museum of Art, Asian Art Museum (San Francisco), and at the Contemporary Jewish Museum (San Francisco). She has been an Artist in Residency at Montalvo Art Center (Saratoga, CA), Blue Mountain Center (New York), Sandarbh Artist Workshop (Partapur, India), and at Recology San Francisco. She is a recipient of a Eureka Fellowship from the Fleishhacker Foundation and an Individual Artist Grant from the San Francisco Arts Commission. Imin Yeh holds a MFA from the California College of Arts.  She is currently an Assistant Professor at Carnegie Mellon University School of Art. iminyeh.info --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
On the Road with Mad Mohre

On the Road with Mad Mohre

2020-01-2601:02:46

Guest: Mad Mohre Host:  Christopher Kardambikis Recorded in Mad’s VW Beetle on March 14th, 2019 in Michigan.  Mad Mohre is a mechanically-minded visual artist and designer concerned with play, surveillance, privacy and speculative feminism. She is the founder of Millimetre Press, a residency program housed in a restored Victorian studio for artists curious to explore limited editions through Riso + the artist’s book. Mad has most recently been a resident at The Wassaic Project and Paper Cuts. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, and exhibited nationally at Gallery 128 in NYC, River House Arts Gallery in Toledo, Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum in St. Louis, and other international venues. Her most recent design projects include work for Serial a podcast by the creators of This American Life, Corte by composer Trevor Gureckis of The Goldfinch, Crossing Brooklyn Ferry at BAM, and sculpted paper works for musician Bryce Desssner of The National.  Mad received her BFA from Denison University and MFA from Washington University in St. Louis. She is the co-leader of the College Book Art Association’s Midwest Region and is an Associate Professor of Art at Siena Heights University in Adrian, Michigan. www.madmohre.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
Tallahassee Zine Fest

Tallahassee Zine Fest

2019-09-1322:22

Guest: Colleen Itani and Kelly Lorraine Hendrickson of TZF and Alexa Turnbull of Seether Bookstore Host:  Christopher Kardambikis Recorded on February 23rd, 2019 at The Bark. Tallahassee Zine Fest is an all inclusive festival allowing the Tallahassee community to showcase self published books and a variety of other types of printed matter. TZF is a platform for the DIY community and merges locals, academics, and anyone interested in printed media. People also travel into Tallahassee to sell work at a table, purchase zines, or just experience the festival. The atmosphere is casual which gives all attendees a chance to talk with each other face to face, about zines, zine related projects, and art work in general. TZF was started in 2018 and is set for its second year with over 40 participants, lots of volunteers, and a small board of directors. It is constantly adapting and growing to fit the needs of the Tallahassee and national zine community. Big things are happening. Colleen Itani is an interdisciplinary artist currently making work in Tallahassee, Florida. She has exhibited recently in Georgia, Florida, and New York. She teaches at Florida State University, Lafayette Arts Center, and Philly Art Center and she is the Director of Tally Zine Fest, which takes place annually. Itani is pursuing her MFA from Florida State University and received her BFA in Studio Art and BA International and Cultural Studies from University of Tampa.  Currently, she's fixated with the duplex housing structure and is making drawings exploring boundaries. Kelly Lorraine Hendrickson is a media fluid artist living and working in Tallahassee Florida. She has shown work up and down the east coast (+ that one time in Germany). She teaches printmaking at Florida State University, ceramics and drawing at Lafayette Arts Center and does workshops for The Center for Participant Education. She is Assistant Director of Tallahassee Zine Fest (tallyzinefest.com). She received her BFA from George Mason University and is a MFA candidate at Florida State University. Seether Bookstore exists on the web and as pop-ups to sell used books, zines, artist books, and various other donated printed goods. Proceeds from all goods purchased from Seether Bookstore go to buying and sending books to incarcerated folks.  Seether is run by Alexa Turnbull. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
Guest: Denise Bookwalter Host:  Christopher Kardambikis Recorded on February 22nd, 2019 at the Facility for Arts Research at Florida State University.  Denise Bookwalter works in a range of print media including traditional and digital processes, artist’s books, installations and dimensional prints. Her artists’ books utilize old and new print technologies to create collaborative artists’ books. Her work has been exhibited and collected in a variety of venues across the country and abroad. She received her BA from Northwestern University and her MFA from Indiana University in Printmaking. Denise currently lives in Tallahassee, Florida with her husband and twin girls. She is an Associate Professor of Art at Florida State University where she teaches printmaking and is Area Head of the Printmaking Department. She is the director and founder of Florida State University’s artists’ book press, Small Craft Advisory Press. Founded in 2009, Small Craft Advisory Press (SCAP) is an artists book press at Florida State University’s Facility for Arts Research (FAR) in Tallahassee, Florida. Our mission is to enable artists and scholars to create artists book editions that push the boundaries and traditions of the book arts. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
Guest: Jan Voss Host:  Christopher Kardambikis Recorded on November 22nd, 2018 at Boekie Woekie in Amsterdam, Netherlands.  Boekie Woekie, books by artists, began paying rent for a tiny space in downtown Amsterdam on January 1st, 1986. It was then seen by its 6 founders (artists from 3 countries living in Amsterdam) as a shop for their own publications. After the first 5 years and some reshuffling of the group and with 3 of the founders left, Boekie Woekie began its second phase in a quite much bigger shop space around the corner and with a renewed concept resulting from the gained experience: the new shop opened for publications by others. There are now about 7000 titles - almost exclusively self published or small press books. Those who run it – Henriëtte van Egten (Dutch), Rúna Thorkelsdóttir (Icelandic) and Jan Voss (German) have continued their personal artists’ careers and since years count the shop itself as a sculpture in progress they work on concertedly. A small gallery space has belonged to Boekie Woekie from the beginning. There never came a stop to very small scale publishing (3 or 4 titles a year) which has lead to the yearly participation in one or two book fairs (Frankfurt, London, New York). The entirely self financing enterprise is Europe’s, if not the world’s, venue for artists’ books the longest in existence which carries books regardless to their author's fame. Visit Boekie Woekie on the web. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
Guest: Jo Frenken Host:  Christopher Kardambikis Recorded on November 19th, 2018 at the Magical Riso conference held at the Jan Van Eyck Academie in Maastricht, Netherlands. Jo Frenken is an artist, designer, and tutor connected to the Jan van Eyck Academie ever since he started as a participant in 1977.  He served numerous print-related roles as well as teaching at the Academy of Architecture for 20 years. In 2011 he became the head of Charles Nypels Lab and in 2014 initiated and organized the successful Magical Riso, a biennial Risograph conference at the Lab. THE THIRD IN OUR COVERAGE OF THE MAGICAL RISO CONFERENCE HELD AT THE JAN VAN EYCK ACADEMIE IN MAASTRICHT, NETHERLANDS. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
Magical Riso Shorts

Magical Riso Shorts

2019-04-1031:08

THE SECOND IN OUR COVERAGE OF THE MAGICAL RISO CONFERENCE HELD AT THE JAN VAN EYCK ACADEMIE IN MAASTRICHT, NETHERLANDS. Guests: Igor Arume, Stephanie Lane Gage, and Justin Bailey Host:  Christopher Kardambikis Recorded on November 18th, 2018 at the Magical Riso conference held at the Jan Van Eyck Academie in Maastricht, Netherlands. RISOTRIP / Igor Arume With more than 4 years of experience, Risotrip are constantly perfecting their printing method to ensure more quality and efficiency. Risotrip believes that the work goes far beyond a print service for clients, their mission is to help people create and produce their ideas.  They believe in the power of learning and collaboration between people. They know that a large part of the public is not familiar with the specificities of Risograph. Therefore, promoting activities such as WORKSHOPS and PALESTRAS are fundamental to share theoretical and practical knowledge and enable those interested to obtain the best results in this type of printing.  https://risotrip.co/ MARTIAN PRESS / Stephanie Lane Gage Martian Press is a one-human operation, run by Stephanie Lane Gage and currently located in Los Angeles, CA. It was founded in Milwaukee, WI in October of 2015. Martian Press is dedicated to creating and publishing original content as well as producing zines and prints created by emerging artists and writers. MP collects the outlandish, the otherworldly, the extraordinary and the ordinary and produces something meaningful from them. Much of what Martian Press publishes evokes themes of science fiction, the mystical, the paranormal. MP strives to publish predominantly queer, non-men, and/or POC artists and writers, as well as provide Risograph printing services. https://martian.press/ BRONZE AGE / Justin Bailey Bronze Age is a publishing endeavor run by Justin Bailey in London.   http://bronze-age.co/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
MAGICAL RISO LIVE

MAGICAL RISO LIVE

2019-03-1753:49

Guests: Jesjit Gil, Moritz Grünke, and Mari Campistron Host:  Christopher Kardambikis Recorded November 18th at Magical Riso held at the Jan Van Eyck Academie in Maastricht, Netherlands. Jesjit Gil is the co-founder of Colour Code, established in 2012.  Colour Code is an independent print studio and publishing platform based in Toronto, Canada. They specialize in high quality, artist friendly printing for local, US and international customers.  Colour Code also publishes and distributes small-run artist books, comics, posters and other printed matter. Moritz Grünke is the co-founder of We make it, a Risograph printing and design studio, a library and exhibition space based in Berlin dedicated to artists, designers and people who love excellent and handcrafted printed matter.  We make it is a project by Franziska Brandt und Moritz Grünke who also founded Gloria Glitzer, a small press for artists books, in 2007. Since then they published lots of artzines, attends at many art(ists’) book fairs all over Europe and curated several exhibitions on self-publishing artists.  Moritz Grünke also collects artists’ publications and founded artzines.de a blog dedicated to self-publishing artists in 2010. MARI CAMPISTRON is a Glasgow based illustrator who currently works as a print technician and studio manager at RISOTTO studio.  She is part of the collective Riso Sur Mer along with Élise Rigollet, Inès Gradot, Joséphine Ohl and Margaux Bigou.  Between Paris and Glasgow, they collaborate on various projects from zines to posters, calendars or books, all based around the Risograph print technique.  Find out more about Mari here.   --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
Guest:  Quentin Mitchell and Kyle Quinn  Host:  Christopher Kardambikis Recorded October 27th and 28th, 2018 @ /edition Art Book Fair, Toronto, Canada Quentin runs Vide Press, a small Risograph printing and design studio located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, that works with independent artists and publishers, non-profit organizations, and other Riso enthusiasts. Kyle Quinn born in Okinawa, Japan, currently resides in Brooklyn, New York. He received his BFA from the Art Institute of Colorado in Graphic Design & Fine Art and later was a participant of the Ace Air Residency, the Ace Hotel’s Artist-In-Residency program in New York. Kyle is the founder and curator of the publishing group, Raw Meat Collective. His personal practice shifts mediums between collage, photography and painting. He has self-published artist books, art publications and zines for over a decade, along with exhibiting annually both nationally and internationally. Raw Meat Collective is a solo and collaborative Queer artist platform for current contemporary artists with the emphasis on the body and object, primarily in print. His writings, photographs and edition objects were presented by AA Bronson for Frieze (London) in 2016. He has been published in ArtForum, BUTT Magazine, NYSAI Literacy Press, Hyperallergic, Posture Magazine, i-D for Vice, Fader, Tank Magazine and more. He has also been archived at The Frances Mulhall Achilles Library at the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Thomas J Watson Library at The Met and The Yale Private Library for his artist books, published projects and photographs, along with published titles through Raw Meat Collective. ///// /edition Art Book Fair is produced annually in tandem with Art Toronto (Canada’s International Art Fair), and is dedicated to the promotion of art book publishing in all forms and artworks created in editions. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
Guest: Corkey Sinks Host: Christopher Kardambikis Recorded August 5th, 2018 @ Crosstown Arts // Memphis, TN Corkey Sinks (b. Dallas, TX) is an artist and designer based in Memphis, TN.  Sinks received a BA in Media Studies from the Johnston Center for Integrative Studies at the University of Redlands, CA in 2005 and an MFA in Studio Art from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2012. She views her work as a form of secular meditation. Embracing the human tendency to divine meaningful patterns within the noise of collective information, Sinks straddles research-based and intuitive modes of production. Her work generally explores themes of paranoia, obsession, and healing, often referencing utopian philosophies, textile traditions, folklore, political and new religious movements, and the supernatural. Sinks has exhibited work throughout the United States, Mexico, and Austria. In 2015, her book, Demon Baby Project: Events, Coincidences, and Repercussions was published by No Coast.  Corkey Sinks and Jesse Butcher are co-founders and curators of Walls Divide Press, a small press producing zines, artists' books, and multiples. In addition to publishing zines, Walls Divide Press also organizes events, performances, and mini zine fairs out of their Memphis home and studio. Walls Divide Press welcomed it's first Artist-in-Residence in the spring of 2017 with plans to continue the program. Sinks is curating an exhibition titled Extension: Artists' Books, Prints, and Zines that will open at Dixon Gallery and Gardens in the fall of 2018. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
Anna Sellheim

Anna Sellheim

2018-12-1750:20

Guest: Anna Sellheim Host: Christopher Kardambikis Recorded September 15th, 2018 Anna Sellheim is a cartoonist practicing out of the DC/Baltimore area. Her work tends to focus on mental health and progressive politics. She received her MFA in cartooning from the Center For Cartoon Studies in 2016. She has been in multiple anthologies including Sweaty Palms, Dirty Diamonds Vol 6, and Comics for Choice. Her second volume of her mental health series "Everything's Fine" has been nominated for a Broken Pencil Zine Award, received an honorable mention for a DINKy award in the best zine category, and won a MICE mini grant. You can find Anna online at annasellheim.com and @annasellheim on Instagram, Tumblr, and Twitter. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
Kendra and Kat

Kendra and Kat

2018-12-0340:26

Guests: Kendra and Kat Host: Christopher Kardambikis Recorded July 10th, 2018 Kendra & Kat have been making comics together for 8 years, and plotting over cupcakes far longer. With comics and zines that run the gamut from queer space pirate shenanigans to illustrated cookbooks inspired by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, they are driven by sparkles and fun. Their work has been featured in anthologies such as Coven and Purity, and they've been a staple in the DC-area comic scene since tabling at DC Zinefest back in 2012 You can find their work at misadventurecentral.com (NSFW) or GoTeamKK.wordpress.com! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paper-cuts/support
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