The New York Times suggested years ago that zines are the print equivalent of public access television. They appeal to me for their simplicity. Zines allow an economical means to examine the collective position on topics that matter. In this instance, the merging of psychology and spirituality. Those following my work understand trauma for its self-correcting worth and have learned a variety of spiritually liberating arguments to examine it further. The Big Questions zines will do exactly that and are created with an awareness of this audience. Using humor and discourse about topics that matter to my readers, zines offer a creative and fun method to engage deep topics. As with most zines, mine have a home-made look about them and can be downloaded. Enjoy, and by all means, think seriously but compassionately about your inner life.