Things To Do After a Long/Hard Day is a black and green A7 text mini-zine where the title explains what it’s all about. Mostly.
This zine is a brilliant reminder that you shouldn’t judge a zine by its cover, title, or even first page.
I opened this mini-zine to find the expected numbered list with some expected ideas – “read a book” – as well as some unexpected ideas that made me smile: “convince someone to make your favourite dinner”. But around the mid-point in the zine, things take a slightly odd turn. Crash keeps to the numbered list format, but the zine becomes part ideas list and part strange-but-true life story in the process.
I don’t want to give away too much, so I will say that I greatly enjoyed this zine, the unexpected turn, and the reminder that you don’t always know how something is going to end.