edited by M Young A woppin' 64 pages of homegrown autobio comics from Pittsburgh and its geographical neighbors, this issue sports a swell squarebound cover on heavy glossy stock that is full color inside and out. This issue including new work by Ed Piskor, Dave Kiersh, Nate McDonough, Lizzee Solomon (who turns in one of her strongest narratives yet), Bill Volk, Jessica Heberle and many others. The issue concludes with an epic tale of self-revelation by editor M Young herself. The Kindlin' Quarterly is one the best kept secrets in anthology comics. Papercutter fans who are jonesing for the next issue would do well to consider checking this issue out.