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Sybil Celebrates Second Zine Release

On Saint Patrick's Day 2018, as thousands of green-clad college students celebrated the desolation of Ireland's indigenous culture by the Catholic Church, a young publication attempted to breathe life into the city's dormant literary scene. In the courtyard of the historic Gnar House, Sybil hosted a reading and sold zines calling for the end of that very same force which arrived on Ireland's shores so long ago.

"Those lit nerds sure can rage," reported one drunken guest to event photographer, Mayme.

The turnout and talent displayed in the reading has proven that San Marcos has its brightest literary light since the days of Tomás Rivera.


Photos by Mayme

jake buckholz