Have Faith, Ye Zapophiles!

My life has been a “Perfect Storm” of events causing me turmoil and anxiety. I have not been doing much of any kind of art as I transition through this phase. I am simply too emotionally exhausted. I hope things will resume a more normal course of action in the next few months- until then I make notes and try to keep a good frame of mind- at least the best I can.

Being a one man operation has both pros and cons- but rest assured, I will continue putting out issues of Zap-man …my mental health depends on it!

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Author: Steve
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I was born a long time ago in a land now fallen into decay and ruin. Early on it was observed that I had a love for art, often getting reprimands from teachers that I should be doing my assignment instead of doodling. Despite this, I was still a fairly good student, and continued on to not only graduate from grade school, but also high school and, eventually, college (with a dual major in Fine Art as well as Visual Art). I have worked a variety of jobs, finally settling into a position in the mail fulfillment business, where I have been for over 25 years. Illness has sent me away from one path, and I now spend more time at home. I have returned to drawing as a form of therapy, and it is helping me keep my mind more at ease. So in this regard, I guess I should be happy that my inability to be around people translates to me being able to do more drawing to settle my emotional state. Hang around, and drop in to help me through this SAD and Depression... I will do my best to entertain you, as well as keep myself upbeat.

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