It’s been a little while since the last issue of one of our favorite ‘zines, Last Night At The Casino, but this latest installment is a little different than its predecessors–and all the better for it, too!
A fantastic, homemade, handmade book of illustrations is the promising initial entry in a quarterly series. Highly engaging, this is the beauty of simplicity, in illustrated form.
The reunited Lush offer up a nice little treat for fans: a zine that explores the reunion via lengthy interviews with all its participants.
The newest issue of this lovely little pocket-sized lit-zine offers up seven stories related to the West Coast.
The inaugural issue of this zine declares it to be a series on the film of the 1930s, and so far, it’s a fun, informative read, with only a minor quibble point or two.
Issue #12 of this excellent literary nonfiction zine offers up six compelling tales of people who left New York City.
Hot on the heels of Issue #10 comes this latest installment of the impressive Last Night At The Casino workplace ‘zine. Casino dealer Billy da Bunny’s work situation has changed–but it’s a change that’s invigorated his writing, adding a new dimension to the series.
Last Night At The Casino is the ongoing saga of Billy da Bunny, a New Mexico-based casino dealer. With a vivid writing style and keen sense of humor, Billy gives the world a behind-the-scenes peek into the world of gambling.