By Billy McCall
"For the past year I've been saving screenshots of Covid-related online articles that caught my attention. Some are happy, most are sad. All of them, I think, are a snapshot in time, something we will look back on in 10 or 20 years and be like, "Oh yeah, wtf, remember when that pandemic was happening?"
This has no writing from me, no commentary. I let the headlines speak for themselves. It's sort of weird to reflect back on what life was like just a year ago. When we first hit a million Covid cases worldwide, when we first had to start wearing masks, when they shut down sports and stores, etc.
This zine is 64 pages long. Each page is one news story, with the date written on the bottom of the page. There is a lot to say about the last year, but for me these headlines say it all." - Billy
Quarter-size, 64 pages, B&W.