something tangible

I have recently been watching the limited series, station 11, it concludes this Thursday on HBO Max. It is a post-pandemic story, survivors making their way in the world after the collapse of modern civilization. As a side note, the series inspired me to read the book it is based on, and the book is somewhat different in the story arcs, but much better at conveying the nuances and emotions of the new normal, where devices and screens and world travel, and all the involvements of modern society have disappeared.

People scavenge for old newspapers and magazines and books, they do live theatre and live music. It makes me feel like my little zine is worthwhile for me and my little random audience. Something tangible in a world of screens that could disappear, where your online posts can be taken down, canceled, deleted, all on the whim of some random invisible entity.

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