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I made this zine for a class final, where we were asked to document our quarantine. In this class, Meaning of Death, we talked a lot about what it means to die and how we think about those who have died. In the first few months of lockdown, I turned 20, I was falling in love, I was at home for the longest time since I was a teenager, and I was just getting to the other side of some old heartbreak, so I spent a lot of time looking at my growth over the last year. This is my final project, my project to keep my sane, my artistic outlet, and my own little public diary.
Brooklyn, New York
Woollen, Maeve, "Quaranzine" (2020). In Words. 67.
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