By: Kaitlin Kostus
Chicago: Temporary Services, October 2014
Format: fixed-layout epub (scans made from Risograph printed zine)
The Midwest, and Chicago in particular is the home to many people with Eastern European ancestory. Kaitlin Kostus and eight contributors take a home-town look at the Eastern European diaspora. From Latvia to Serbia, from Ukrainian Village to Polish Village, the people are chanting "Koshka!"
From Kaitlin Kostus:
Taking my hometown of Chicago as inspiration, this issue explores the Eastern European diasporas of Chicago and the surrounding Midwest US, with a focus on personal histories, cultural communities, mythology amongst family lines, and sense of belonging.
Featuring work by:
- Jen Blair (writing)
- Robert Krums (cover art)
- Anna Krztón (comics)
- Dan Pogozelski with Robert Reid, Jacob Kaplan, and Elisa Addlesperger (writing and photo essay)
- Mel Potter and Mat Rappaport (art and writing)
- Tony Sparrow (art and writing)
- Tom Vasilj (writing)
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This booklet was made as a part of the Temporary Services initiative Publishing Clearing House.