"Lonely," also known as " (l) o n (e) l y," is a prose memoir zine, with some narrative illustrations to accompany the text. It's about being an only child, and one's identity in that regard. For anyone who has read the twin memoir "Her," which poses the question who are you/how do you exist without your twin, this zine series I've been working on explores those same feelings, except from the only child perspective.
Check out the art below; first an art clip and text from the newest zine issue, and then some from the first issues:
"Are you alone, too? Are you going or coming? I don't know if anyone will pick her up at the train station. No one will pick me up, out here. I have to pick myself up, I suppose. The more time passes, the more I see through the hourglass there won't be anyone to do that for me. Literally or metaphorically."