It’s Not the End of the World: Building a Life with Limp Wrists

Zine Review:

It’s Not the End of the World: Building a Life with Limp Wrists

The only sane first reaction to seeing It’s Not the End of the World is, “Really? Some-one made a zine about this?” Yes, Ocean Capewell made a zine about wrist injury– what it is, how to prevent it and how to live with it. And you know what? It’s actually pretty useful. I found myself remembering to stand up straight or use my less dominant hand more for days afterwards. It’s not very well written, or edited, but Capewell’s little contribution to limp-wristed society is a good, cheap way for the wrist-afflicted to improve their quality of life. One word of caution, though: if you already have sore wrists, and you are also a bit of a hypochondriac, you may find yourself in a lot of pain after reading this. I should know…. (J. Blackmore)

Zine, Ocean Capewell, $1, PO Box 40144, Pittsburgh, PA 15201, USA, escape_well@yahoo.com

 

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