Zach Plague has published a book: boring boring boring boring boring boring boring. It’s an oddly illustrated sort of novel, consisting of five parts: The Art Kids, The Prep Kids, The Art Terrorists, The Adults, and The Past. As for the story, it meanders from anti-love scenes to surreal sex drugs. “He was trying to imagine her in a way that would break his heart,” the tale begins. But rather than publish one more boring book of black type on white pages, boring was created as posters, which were then cut and turned into book pages. In total, the book looks more like art than literature, emblazoned as it is with human-monster hybrids and ink that sprawls across the words. It’s anything but boring, really.