An autobiographical almanac drawn in part from her popular zines, this collection redefines the genre of memoir for the DIY generation. To read these stories is to walk the inner city alongside Vanessa Berry as she stops, looks and thinks carefully about the orgin, purpose and consequence of everyday things. Dying milk bars and Portuguese glove shops, op shop kitsch and rabbit costumes - the author singles things out that others might dismiss as mundane and breathes life into them with a keen eye for detail and an astounding imagination.
|Place of Publication||Erskineville, N.S.W|
|Publisher||Local Consumption Publications|
|Number of pages||189|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|