A small scale, riso printed zine that reimagines Sue Brower’s essay “They’d Kill Us if They Knew”: Transgression and the Western. The body is set in Rockwell by Monotype Studio, and headings and captions are set in Job Clarendon by David Jonathan Ross. The page size (6 ½ by 4 ¼ inches) is a reference to old western dime novels, and the wide, horizontal format brings to mind the broad expanse of the cinematic western landscape. 

Spreads from the printed zine. The images in the zine were riso printed, scanned back in, then laser printed on newsprint. The larger cover is riso printed on artist’s paper.