A literary exploration of San Francisco. San Francisco is as legendary for its tectonic cultural shifts as it is for its earthquakes, every decade or so becoming an epicenter for a new utopian vision: the anarchists at the turn of the century, the Beats in postwar North Beach, Haight Ashbury in the '60s and '70s... and most recently, the neo-gold rush of the dot-com boom. Each cultural eruption reinforces the idea of San Francisco as an instant city. This zine captures that frenetic energy in fiction, non-fiction, and art, creating a subjective, ever-changing map of the city. Well-designed, with higher production values than your average 'zine. In this issue: Fiction and non-fiction by: J.M. Tyree, Alvin Orloff, Jim Nelson, Tiny (Lisa) Grey-Garcia, Rodrigo Jimenez, Gravity Goldberg, Kevin Hobson, Cynthia Mitchell, Evan Rehill, Lincoln Mitchell, L.J. Moore, Matt Stewart, Charlie Anders, Jon Longhi, Shari Mueller, Alia Volz, Suzanne Kleid, Chris Williams, Riki Rebel Garcia, Pei Wang, & Eric Zassenhaus. Art by: Alexis Mackenzie, Veronica De Jesus, Morgan Elliott, Misako Inaoka, Mitche Manitou, Nickolas Mohanna, S. Quinn, Brad Robinson, San Francisco Bureau of Urban Secrets, Stijn Schiffeleers, Matt Stewart, Kevin Thomson, & Liz Walsh.