This issue features a lengthy self-interview related to the public/private nature of reality and chronic abuse of Kentself. There is also a laundry situation that details a substantial change in infrastructure at the new Kent HQ, as well as an announcement of the loss of access to a laundry chute. The Public/Private Issue also includes two new Kentphorisms and two new Facts & Fictions About Kent Roberts. It also includes the 11th “Resistance corner,” which discusses eco-resistance.
It will be distributed on blue, sustainably sourced, 30% post-consumer recycled paper (FSC-C011397) at Peace Coffee Minnehaha, Five Watt Nicollet, Riverview, and Royal Grounds in Minneapolis, with initial release on Thursday, April 12th.
This issue is the last Kent HQ – Longfellow issue (transitioning to Kent HQ – Whittier), as indicated by the article “First pangs of nostalgia arrive at Kent HQ.” The Kent HQ Flex Seating program was also introduced at Kent HQ in this issue – a program that will continue at the new location. A new moniker for a Russian agent is revealed in the 9th Resistance Corner, which is the avant-Kente “Dear Stormy’s Stallion.” Coverage of the water bottle I received from a homeless man appears in this issue – a story that was initially going to appear in the Sustainability Issue, as erroneously indicated elsewhere.
Edits made to this issue following its initial paper release:
Kent HQ flex seating
– “News”; typo
– McDonald’s; typo
– sleight-of-hand; typo
It is available as a hard copy at Peace Coffee Minnehaha, Five Watt Nicollet, Riverview, and Royal Grounds in Minneapolis. All copies printed on paper certified as responsibly sourced and 30% post-consumer recycled (see certificate FSC-C011397).