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Material Type: Book
Collection: Comics
Call Number: CAN EVFIC CAN2009
Title: Papercut Heart: A Book of Zines
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Personal name: Cant, Ian Sullivan
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element: Everyday Fiction
International Standard Book Number: 9781894994385
Name of publisher, distributor, etc.: Conundrum Press
Date of publication, distribution, etc.: 2009
Other physical details: softcover, paperback, small format, zine collection
Summary, etc. note: Ian Sullivan Cant’s zines / illustrated poems are collected here into his first book, Papercut Heart. In deceptively simple pages, he tackles love, death and dreams with a wistful existentialism. Chia pets frolic with narwhals under banners that flutter with secret hope, Frankenstein’s creation speculates on the nature of self, and a story written entirely in Morse Code weaves through silent statuary. Cant’s writing confronts the tragic disparity between fantasy and ideal, and the disappointment of reality, but always seeks to touch the reader with melancholy. His obsession with B–horror movies allows him to find the beauty in trash culture, either in the form of a hidden and subversive genius, or the tenderness and vulnerability of unskilled creative passion. Cant’s instruction in zen poetry is evident in his clean, delicate linework which belies the depth of his sentiments. Ruminations on the temporal nature of all things are thrown into stark relief by the accompanying drawing, be it a cupcake, a matchbook, or the image of a lost love, and many, many, talking ravens. (Conundrum Press)
Expansion of summary note: Canada, Canadian zine, Catherine Paquet, poem, poetry, short stories, Morse code, mortality, Frankenstein, raven, cat, horror, fantasy, zen, black and white
Source of acquisition: Toronto Zine Library drop off
Method of acquisition: Donation
Date of acquisition: January 2020
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