The follow-up issue to Ariel Birks’ award-nominated zine is fantastic. This follows out the story of her figuring out that the whole Evangelical thing was not for her.
Within: mysterious traditions; LSD’s connection to the metaphysical aspects of Christianity; Simon and Garfunkel as a path away from God; the religious conflicts of a sexually promiscuous imagination; a glossary of terms; a miniature epilogue; and a fantastic interview with New York-based artist Nathan Vincent on his experiences with Christianity and coming out as gay to his pastor father and church-organizing mother.
You’ll also find out why Cabbage Patch dolls and houses that smell like incense were not allowed. 36 pages, half-letter size.