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'''Background
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Established in 1995 by [[Kari tervo|Kari Tervo]], '''Shards Of Glass In Your Eye!''' is a random humor zine featuring offbeat insights from an unconventional observer.
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Established in 1995 by Kari Tervo[http://zinewiki.com/Kari_tervo], ''Shards Of Glass In Your Eye!'' is a humor + random zine featuring offbeat insights from an unconventional observer.
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''Issue Summaries''
  
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''Issue 1'' (I'll Be Your Best Friend; 1995 [Out of Print]):  The inaugural issue of ''Shards'', created overnight in a fit of creative frustration, features half-baked adolescent political rants, poetry, book and movie recommendations, a baking tip, and more.
  
'''Issue Summaries'''
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''Issue 2'' (Cover Model; 1995 [Out of Print]): Issue #2, also an overnight creation, features a paean to hostility and despair, an examination of traditional weddings, an encouragement not to conform to either "mainstream" or "alternative" cultures, a mild obsession with Albert Einstein, an opportunity to play tic-tac-toe, and more.
  
'''Issue 1''' (I'll Be Your Best Friend; 1995 [Out of Print]): The inaugural issue of ''Shards'', created overnight in a fit of creative frustration, features half-baked adolescent political rants, poetry, book and movie recommendations, a baking tip, and more.
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''Issue 3'' (Disco Ball Party Zine!; November 2010): Issue #3 was inspired by the 2011 Revenge of Print challenge, which inspired zine-makers to make one more issue of their zine in 2011.  Too excited to wait until 2011 to make copies, Tervo published #3 in November, 2010.  Issue #3 features a psychic reading, upper middle class terminology, photos, celebrity sightings, a roast beef sandwich recipe, and more.  Notably, Tervo's essay "In Defense of Thin Women," which examines pop-feminism, beauty standards and the notion of the "real woman," was re-printed in a review zine, "Photocopy Press," in 2011.
  
'''Issue 2''' (Cover Model; 1995 [Out of Print]): Issue #2, also an overnight creation, features a paean to hostility and despair, an examination of traditional weddings, an encouragement not to conform to either "mainstream" or "alternative" cultures, a mild obsession with Albert Einstein, an opportunity to play tic-tac-toe, and more.
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''Issue 4'' (Sex Sells; April 2011): Issue #4 features a renegade Beverly Hills walking tour, a lecture to Grammar Nazis, more celebrity sightings, a series of fond reminiscences, and more.  This issue contains another "serious" essay: "Beyond Raverdome" deconstructs the negatively-biased electronica-related writing of an ''LA Weekly'' writer.
  
'''Issue 3''' (Disco Ball Party Zine!; November 2010): Issue #3 was inspired by the 2011 Revenge of Print challenge, which inspired zine-makers to make one more issue of their zine in 2011.  Too excited to wait until 2011 to make copies, Tervo published #3 in November, 2010.  Issue #3 features a psychic reading, upper middle class terminology, photos, celebrity sightings, a roast beef sandwich recipe, and more.  Notably, Tervo's essay "In Defense of Thin Women," which examines pop-feminism, beauty standards and the notion of the "real woman," was re-printed in a review zine, "Photocopy Press," in 2011.
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''Issue 5'' (Heart Attack; July 2011): Issue #5 features "homeopathic cures," modern Boy Scout merit badges, likely titles found in Osama bin Laden's porn collection, what I love about sexism, humorous essays about cars, petty theft, and mood-related gambling, lifestyle tips, and more.
  
'''Issue 4''' (Sex Sells; April 2011): Issue #4 features a renegade Beverly Hills walking tour, a lecture to Grammar Nazis, more celebrity sightings, a series of fond reminiscences, and more. This issue contains another "serious" essay: "Beyond Raverdome" deconstructs the negatively-biased electronica-related writing of an ''LA Weekly'' writer.
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''Issue 6'' (Collated Zine Supplement; February 2012): Issue #6 features a ton of Beverly Hills tidbits, celebrity sightings (with special reality show edition), diary entries, life advice, a psychological quiz, baby shower bitchery, a paean to penises, and more.
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quent print runs are $3 each or free for trade.
  
'''Issue 5''' (Heart Attack; July 2011): Issue #5 features "homeopathic cures," modern Boy Scout merit badges, likely titles found in Osama bin Laden's porn collection, what I love about sexism, humorous essays about cars, petty theft, and mood-related gambling, lifestyle tips, and more.
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''Reviews''
 
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'''Issue 6''' (Collated Zine Supplement; February 2012): Issue #6 features a ton of Beverly Hills tidbits, celebrity sightings (with special reality show edition), diary entries, life advice, a psychological quiz, baby shower bitchery, a paean to penises, and more.
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'''Price'''
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Currently, the first print run of each issue is free.  Copies from subsequent print runs are $3 each or free for trade.
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'''Reviews'''
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''Shards of Glass In Your Eye!'' received its first review in July, 2011. Sofia at ''Weatherfield'' zine enjoyed Issue #4. Sofia opined, "I did like it quite a bit; it seemed, to me, exactly like how I imagined a zine would be."
 
''Shards of Glass In Your Eye!'' received its first review in July, 2011. Sofia at ''Weatherfield'' zine enjoyed Issue #4. Sofia opined, "I did like it quite a bit; it seemed, to me, exactly like how I imagined a zine would be."
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In 2011, Sarah Bennett of "LA Record" reviewed "Shards" #3 and #4, and said, "Tervo's fuck-it-all attitude is welcome in this world of polished computer-designed rags. Thanks to Atomic Books for motivating Tervo to cut, paste, and photocopy her reflections into a black-and-white half-pager. . ."
 
In 2011, Sarah Bennett of "LA Record" reviewed "Shards" #3 and #4, and said, "Tervo's fuck-it-all attitude is welcome in this world of polished computer-designed rags. Thanks to Atomic Books for motivating Tervo to cut, paste, and photocopy her reflections into a black-and-white half-pager. . ."
 
 
'''Zine Fests'''
 
  
 
Tervo sold/traded issues 3-5 at the 2011 San Francisco Zine Fest, September 3-4, 2011.
 
Tervo sold/traded issues 3-5 at the 2011 San Francisco Zine Fest, September 3-4, 2011.
  
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==Contact==
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*shardsofglassinyoureye@gmail.com.
  
'''Web Page'''
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==External Links==
 
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*[ http://wemakezines.ning.com/profile/KariTervo Kari Tervo] on [[We Make Zines]]
Tervo has a page on the We Make Zines website:  http://wemakezines.ning.com/profile/KariTervo
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'''Contact Information'''
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If you would like to contact Kari Tervo regarding ''Shards of Glass In Your Eye!'', please e-mail her: shardsofglassinyoureye@gmail.com.
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Revision as of 19:56, 23 February 2012

File:Cover3.jpg
#3 Disco Ball Party Zine!

Established in 1995 by Kari Tervo, Shards Of Glass In Your Eye! is a random humor zine featuring offbeat insights from an unconventional observer.

Issue Summaries

Issue 1 (I'll Be Your Best Friend; 1995 [Out of Print]): The inaugural issue of Shards, created overnight in a fit of creative frustration, features half-baked adolescent political rants, poetry, book and movie recommendations, a baking tip, and more.

Issue 2 (Cover Model; 1995 [Out of Print]): Issue #2, also an overnight creation, features a paean to hostility and despair, an examination of traditional weddings, an encouragement not to conform to either "mainstream" or "alternative" cultures, a mild obsession with Albert Einstein, an opportunity to play tic-tac-toe, and more.

Issue 3 (Disco Ball Party Zine!; November 2010): Issue #3 was inspired by the 2011 Revenge of Print challenge, which inspired zine-makers to make one more issue of their zine in 2011. Too excited to wait until 2011 to make copies, Tervo published #3 in November, 2010. Issue #3 features a psychic reading, upper middle class terminology, photos, celebrity sightings, a roast beef sandwich recipe, and more. Notably, Tervo's essay "In Defense of Thin Women," which examines pop-feminism, beauty standards and the notion of the "real woman," was re-printed in a review zine, "Photocopy Press," in 2011.

Issue 4 (Sex Sells; April 2011): Issue #4 features a renegade Beverly Hills walking tour, a lecture to Grammar Nazis, more celebrity sightings, a series of fond reminiscences, and more. This issue contains another "serious" essay: "Beyond Raverdome" deconstructs the negatively-biased electronica-related writing of an LA Weekly writer.

Issue 5 (Heart Attack; July 2011): Issue #5 features "homeopathic cures," modern Boy Scout merit badges, likely titles found in Osama bin Laden's porn collection, what I love about sexism, humorous essays about cars, petty theft, and mood-related gambling, lifestyle tips, and more.

Issue 6 (Collated Zine Supplement; February 2012): Issue #6 features a ton of Beverly Hills tidbits, celebrity sightings (with special reality show edition), diary entries, life advice, a psychological quiz, baby shower bitchery, a paean to penises, and more. quent print runs are $3 each or free for trade.

Reviews

Shards of Glass In Your Eye! received its first review in July, 2011. Sofia at Weatherfield zine enjoyed Issue #4. Sofia opined, "I did like it quite a bit; it seemed, to me, exactly like how I imagined a zine would be."

In Spring 2011, Elizabeth at Photocopy Press reviewed Shards of Glass In Your Eye! #3. Elizabeth enjoyed Issue #3, and reported that she "honestly laughed out loud at a few parts." Tervo's essay "In Defense of Thin Women" was re-printed in its entirety in the Spring 2011 issue of Photocopy Press.

In August, 2011, DJ Frederick of One Minute Zine Reviews reviewed Shards #5. He said in his audio review, "Kari Tervo has written an incredibly funny zine. . .I love zines that get this creative."

In 2011, Sarah Bennett of "LA Record" reviewed "Shards" #3 and #4, and said, "Tervo's fuck-it-all attitude is welcome in this world of polished computer-designed rags. Thanks to Atomic Books for motivating Tervo to cut, paste, and photocopy her reflections into a black-and-white half-pager. . ."

Tervo sold/traded issues 3-5 at the 2011 San Francisco Zine Fest, September 3-4, 2011.

Contact

  • shardsofglassinyoureye@gmail.com.

External Links