Just arrived at the Reading Room, a copy of Trevor Blake’s OVO ‘zine, issue 21, Terminalia.
NEW WORKS IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN SINCE 1987
Essays and Art by Trevor Blake including…
Let’s All Share, You Go First Asleep in Rotherham Trigger Warning I Have Met the Enemy Fair Please Think the Worst of Me Sophistication Atheism and Evil – The World Somebody’s Got to Pay Predictions about Same-Sex Marriage – Do Not Worry About What Never Happened – Trevor Responds to His Critics.
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This is one of the missing volumes from the new OVO archive reflected at the Hermetic Library, and I’ve got permission from Trevor to make it available! I’ll add that to my to do list and get to it when I am able, but these are hard to get nowadays so I’m glad I was able to find this one. There’s still some others that I’m missing from the archive, so I’d love to hear from anyone with the old digital files saved on some ancient hard drive somewhere, or to talk with someone who’s got the physical issues and would be willing to share.