19-year-old Fardig, who also published Arrowed and many minizines, writes about her indie rock life as a student at Eugene Lang College the New School. In issue one, she suffers from appendicitis, reprints a recipe for Key Lime Pie, shares from her journal, and writes poetry about her friends and loved ones. Issue two is more stream-of-consciousness, and she focuses on her relationships with her friends and missing her home town of Ann Arbor, in particular hockey. Both issues feature Fardig's sketches and issue two contains a paper doll center piece with all of her favorite clothes. They are both handwritten, but issue one contains more cut-and-paste and found images than issue two, which is primarily handwritten.
Description based on: no. 1-2, published in 1999: title from cover.