The next Library Journal zine reviews column, due out on the internet in early September will review zines by people who came out of "retirement" to create a new zine after at least five years. For my 500 word introduction I interviewed each of the zine publishers reviewed. With only 500 words (and really that was probably too long), I couldn't include all of the great stuff each person had said. Therefore, I'm posting all of the interviews here. Second installment, Marissa Falco, whose 20th century zines and minicomics include |Nothing|, Citronella, and one of my personal favorite zines, Red-Hooded Sweatshirt (continued into the early 2000s). She's also made one-shots and contributed drawings to a million zines (including mine). Her current zine is Miss Sequential, which is up to issue 4.