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A Handwritten Journal of Good Things to Read
Humble First Issue (Volume I, Issue #1)
Our humble first issue of Graphology was, indeed, a labor of love. It is entirely handwritten. There is not a single typeset character. There are no margins, guidelines, or typos. (Mistakes, sure, there are plenty, but no typos.) Computers were used, of course, to assist in production, but never in place of a pen.
The first issue is jam-packed with stories, essays, poems, cartoons, comics, illustrations, a connect-the-dots, and much, much more. Yes, it is jam-packed.
Graphology Issue 1 has contributions from the hands of:
Note: These are pre-orders; Graphology is expected to ship January 30. Your advance ordering instills us with confidence, and also some upfront money to assist in printing & shipping hassels. We thank you for your patience. You are sexy, smart, and cool. We wish we were you.
(And a special appearance by Shelley Jackson.)