Greg Beets, Hey! Hey! Buffet!
Selection: Busting the Buffet (page 6)
Review (from the Austin Chronicle): "Covering the happy hour offerings and all-you-can-eat buffets of Austin, Hey Hey Buffet bites into its mission with cheeky élan, yet offers the most valuable basic advicewhere to eat as much as you can as cheaply as possible."
Sample: $1 cash from 1905 Alegria Rd., Austin, TX 78757
When did you launch your zine? What inspired you to do so?
Buzz Moran and I published our first issue in November 1993 after an excellent Mexican buffet repast as a place called Casita Flameada. The establishment was always empty when we dined, and we figured our valiant journal would give them a much-needed shot in the arm. They have long since closed down.
Why publish a zine?
can you tell us about the selection you provided for "The
Book of Zines"?
Have you published any other zines?
Any general tips for aspiring zinesters?
What's your favorite part of doing a zine?
In my other life, I'm a:
Busting the Buffet
In Defense of Gluttony