HOW RESTAURANTS WORK is a full-color zine comprised of stories, scans, and back of house photos from multiple contributors—it is an elegy, a eulogy, and a damnation that attempts to describe how people whose work is to feed you get through their days while working to feed you.
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Good Days Gone Cold Days is a collaboration between Pine Island Press and Half-Stop. It was made by Sarah LaPonte and Helen Jones in the late fall in Pennsylvania while living in and working on a house without heat, without doorknobs, and without much insulation or electricity to speak of.
In addition to photographs the zine includes writing and a free sandwhichville building permit, an illustration by Pony Jacobson, and a banjo tab by the folks at Quiet American Music.
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34 pages, full color, 8.5 x 5.5 in, staple bound
Printed with solid wax ink technology
First edition of 50
Tri-County Pie Eat (issue 2) is a collaborative, photo based zine featuring the work of Lucas Foglia, Abby Banks, Sarah George, Michael Hernandez, and more. View it here.
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot is a collaboration between siblings Nic and Sarah LaPonte made during Sarah's residency at the Cyberpunk Apocalypse Writers project during May 2013. It features six vignettes and a photo pullout of images taken on disposable cameras in Pittsburgh and Afghanistan.
A zine by Arielle Seligson and Sarah LaPonte comprised of images found on Tinder between September 14 and 24th, 2014 of men posing with reptiles.
Coming soon, can you beleive it?
Black and white images taken in Tacoma, Washington.
Half-stop's next door neighbor.
Horse Shit is a collaborative zine curated by Sarah LaPonte, featuring the work of artists from artists of all regions of the US.
2012 was a shit, rough, year.