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The cover of Chris Nosenzo's Packet biweekly zine has three constants: a date stamp, a title stamp, and a single staple in the top left corner. The rest of the contents are a largely collaborative effort: each issue features the work of roughly nine artists collectively producing about 20 pages of work. Past issues have included a mix of photos (see Bill Callahan in "Would Wife" below), artist interviews, comics, drawings, and even a few paintings. Each copy is printed with a Risograph, stapled by hand, and shipped to you in, well, a packet.

Packet Biweekly's latest, Issue #011, is available now for $4, and a wire-bound collection of the first six issues goes for $24.

“SoHo Forestry Guide” by Bridget Collins

Damien Correll Packet #010

Would Wife by Anthony Cudahy