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'''Zak Sally''' is the renaissance man best known for his 15-year career as a musician, having anchored the Duluth, Minnesota band Low for over a decade in addition to moonlighting with the Dirty Three, Enemymine, Hot Tears, and Kid Dakota, and making cameos in movies like Shopgirl. He is the publisher of [[La Mano 21]], the Minneapolis-based small press behind his Eisner-nominated series Recidivist and other critically-acclaimed books.
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'''Zak Sally''' is the renaissance man best known for his 15-year career as a musician, having anchored the Duluth, Minnesota band Low for over a decade in addition to moonlighting with the Dirty Three, Enemymine, Hot Tears, and Kid Dakota, and making cameos in movies like Shopgirl. His publishing concern is [[La Mano 21]], the Minneapolis-based small press behind his Eisner-nominated series Recidivist and other critically-acclaimed books.
  
 
Sally has collaborated with other underground cartoonists and zinesters, including [[Mr. Mike]] ([[Rump]]), and [[John Porcellino]] ([[King-Cat Comics and Stories]]).
 
Sally has collaborated with other underground cartoonists and zinesters, including [[Mr. Mike]] ([[Rump]]), and [[John Porcellino]] ([[King-Cat Comics and Stories]]).

Revision as of 21:10, 27 August 2010

Zak Sally is the renaissance man best known for his 15-year career as a musician, having anchored the Duluth, Minnesota band Low for over a decade in addition to moonlighting with the Dirty Three, Enemymine, Hot Tears, and Kid Dakota, and making cameos in movies like Shopgirl. His publishing concern is La Mano 21, the Minneapolis-based small press behind his Eisner-nominated series Recidivist and other critically-acclaimed books.

Sally has collaborated with other underground cartoonists and zinesters, including Mr. Mike (Rump), and John Porcellino (King-Cat Comics and Stories).

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