Temporary Services booklet #114 and another publication created out of the energy of their Publishing Clearing House initiative.
Last Summer in 2014 they drove down to Monee, Illinois to meet Anthony Rayson of ABC 'Zine Distro and talk to him about his work. Rayson has been self-publishing for the better part of 40 years and they were particularly interested in the work he's done to both distribute 'zines to prisoners, as well as to publish their writings, art, and complete 'zines. In addition to interviewing Anthony about his amazing history of publishing-related activism and all of the challenges of dealing with the prison system, they also scanned many examples of the powerful art that prisoners have sent him over the years. This booklet presents an interview with Anthony, prisoners' art from his archives, with seven pages given over to the particularly powerful art of Kevid "Rashid" Johnson, a longtime friend of Rayson's and a prisoner who is currently incarcerated in Amarillo, Texas.
Staple-bound, 28 pages, 5.5 in x 8.5 in, Risograph and digital color copy, two color cover and interior with full color insert, Chicago: Temporary Services, March 2015.