Unicorns

Those Fucking Unicorns
Sy Wagon
Pegacorn Press, November 2012
16 pages + cover, two full centerfolds, 4.25” X 5.5”, saddle stitched.
Risograph printed using blue, brown and raisin colored ink, two color covers (cover colors and ink colors vary between editions).
Roughly 3,000 printed over multiple editions.

Originally self-published by Sy Wagon in 2004, this San Francisco mini classic was re-released by Pegacorn Press in 2012. Hand-drawn, explicit gay unicorn porn, portraying unicorns in wild orgies.


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Burn Collector #16
Al Burian
Pegacorn Press, April 2012
40 pages + cover, 5.5” x 8.5”, saddle stitched with rounded corners.
Risograph printed using blue and raisin colored ink on white paper, orchid cover-stock with blue and fluorescent pink ink.
Edition of 1,000.

Writings, illustrations and comics about writing, living in Berlin, and street musicians. Reviews of books, music shows, German bureaucracy, a visit to a German psychotherapist, and interviews with Tim Remis and Sascha Altman Dubril about music, activism, and mental health.


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FAG SCHOOL #4: Join The Professionals / New Fiction:
Johnny Would You Love Me If My Dick Were Bigger?
Brontez Purnell
Pegacorn Press, April 2012
53 pages + cover, 8.5″ X 7”, saddle stitched.
Risograph printed with blue ink on white paper, white cover-stock with fluorescent pink and blue ink.
Edition of 1000

Purnell constructs two different zines into one, split zine format. Initially published for the  2012 “Sister Spit Tour,” with author Michelle Tea, Erin Markey, and several other queer artists/writers/activists.
One side of the publication features interviews with Tobi Vail, Michelle Tea, Daniel Nicoletta and Kenyon Farrow. The other side features graphic fictional and non-fictional tales of race, sex, drugs, work, HIV/AIDS, Barebackers Anonymous, gay male relations, San Francisco, southern heritage, and self care.


HONEY
Caroline Paquita
Pegacorn Press, October 2011.
One page, legal sized, cut and folded into a 6 page mini, with a poster image on the backside.
Colors of paper stock and ink vary between editions.
Second printing. Edition unknown.

Initially published as a photocopied edition in Halifax, Nova Scotia, while doing a zine residency at The Roberts Street Social Centre. Short mini on honey, some history and uses. Poster on the backside has a translation list of the word honey in many different languages.


Womanimalistic #2: Coochie Party
Caroline Paquita
Pegacorn Press, October 2011.
18 pages + cover, 8.5” X 5.5 “, saddle stitched.
Risograph printed with blue, raisin or burgundy ink- editions vary.
Multiple editions totaling 1000.

Initially published as a photocopied edition in Halifax, Nova Scotia, while doing a zine residency at The Roberts Street Social Centre. First edition of 35, photocopied interiors, with 2 color screen-printed covers and sewing machine stitched binding. Harkening back to the feminist zines of the 1990’s, featuring drawings, jokes and reflections about breasts and vaginas.


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FUTURE TENSE
Artists: Edie Fake, Jo Dery, Anna Haifisch, Mike Taylor, Sy Wagon, Roby Newton, Josh Bayer, Al Burian, James Turek, Kasey Henneman and Caroline Paquita.
Pegacorn Press, September 2011
48 pages + cover, 8.5” X 7”, saddle stitched.
Risograph printed using burgundy and blue ink on white paper, yellow centerfold. Copies vary with green or gray cover-stock, with red and blue ink.
Edition of 500.

The first official Pegacorn Press release. Artists (friends and acquaintances of Paquita‘s) were asked to make work surrounding the very broad topic of “2012” and/or, “the future.” The resulting compilation includes pieces that range from being existentially poetic, to down right slapstick.


Womanimalistic #1
Caroline Paquita
Pegacorn Press, September 2010
28 pages + cover,  8.5” X 7”, saddle stitched.
Risograph printed using blue, brown, burgundy, red and raisin colored ink—editions vary in regards to colored card-stock covers and inks used.
Multiple editions, ranging from 300-500, for a rough total of 3,000.

Paquita’s first Risograph printed publication, made after moving to Brooklyn, and purchasing her first Riso stencil duplicator. A comic and illustration based publication that covers: beekeeping, self-care, punk medical myths, sex, love (a passage from Carson McCuller’s short story, “The Ballad Of The Sad Cafe” illustrated) and a childhood story.