Currently Out of Print…
The earliest publications I made are all out of print, currently. Here’s a round-up of that kind of work I’ve done, including some old writing gigs that I no longer engage in. There are pdfs if you dig around in the links. These may disappear, as there are plans to re-issue everything… someday.
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(1992 – 1993): I worked on the paper, and wrote a number of articles. There’s a couple in the 10 Year Anniversary collection, but they are largely lost to time.
(1993): 7 print publications written and produced at Cottage Grove High School.
(1994 – 1995): 7 print publications, distributed via the mail and in local shops.
(October 1994): A publication that was to be written and produced at Cottage Grove High School. Only one issue was ever completed.
(1995): 2 print collage publications, distributed via the mail. Produced by Syd Louse, kiisu d’saylss & Austin Rich.
(1996 – 2005): 17 print publications, distributed via the mail and in local shops.
(1998): A one-shot mini-zine about working at a Mall, distributed via the mail and in local shops.
(1999): A one-shot publication detailing my efforts to quit smoking.
(2000): This collaborative zine was produced by Austin, Jesse X (of Ramen City USA) & Lyra Cyst (of Plasma Whore), all roommates. Distributed via the mail and in local shops.
(2000 – 2001): An online publication that I wrote for, that went defunct fairly shortly after it started.
(2003): Collecting material from the previous 10 years of printed material, annotations, and other material previously unpublished. Distributed via the mail and in local shops.
“The Rearguard” Portland State University School Paper
(2005 – 2007): I worked on the paper, and wrote a number of articles. They are largely lost to time, or have been re-used elsewhere.
(2008): One-shot photo-zine. Distributed via the mail.
(2009): This is a piece I created for an art show held a Portland State University, curated by Sarah Wolf Newlands. This was handed out to attendees.
(2016 – 2017): Contributor for both the online & print editions of the paper. You can find all my stories here.
(2017): Trying an experiment, The Cherry Picker started off weekly, but fizzled out as other projects began to take center stage. All but one of the existing issues should be available online.