You can download a copy by clicking here: *KINNIKINNICK V Electronic Zine
This volume, on the topic “eggs: their meaning and purpose,” features translations, a tale of musical forensics, songs and lyrics, mathematic drawing instructions, and works of visual art by Ben Greenberg, Alex Kruckman, Dina Maccabee, Alexander Marcus, and Rachel Colwell with highlights of previously published drawings, prose, paintings, advertisements, and musical scores by Hieronymus Bosch, Gielis Panhedelis, Thomas Crecquillon, Mohammad Ibn Mohammad al-Nafzewi, Sir Richard Burton, and The Western Druggist Magazine.
These contributors explored a wide range of topics, including the shape and physical form of the egg, the anatomy of the chicken egg, the egg as depicted in art works and music, the egg in religious and folkloric origin myths, and the use of egg as an aphrodisiac. As always, it was a delight to work with these wonderful submissions and brilliant contributors.
I have printing several copies of Kinnikinnick vol. V in Berkeley so if you’re around and want a paper copy just ask or drop me a comment here. If you are interested in printing and distributing copies in your own (physical) area, please let me know and I will send you a link so that you can download the print-able version. Unless they’ve been (un)lawfully seized, you can find copies of all of the Kinnikinnick zines in the University of California Berkeley Doe Library at the call number: PS3505 Co118 R118 MAIN
Please, these aren’t and will never be for sale. If reproduced, all authors must be cited.