[Oberlin, OH]: Juvenilia, 2014. Paperback. 69p., paperback, 6x9 inches, very good. Illustrated profusely with collages, photographs, and original art. No copies found in OCLC as of April 2022. Includes interview with the filmmaker Paul Haggis and an essay on the Cockettes.
The Juvenilia was a literary and art magazine started by a then-sophomore at Oberlin College, Nolan Boomer, in collaboration with other students and friends. According to an interview with Boomer in the Oberlin Review, the magazine was to have a limited run of about 100 copies. It does not appear that other issues of the magazine were published.