Sarah Zolt-Gilburne often goes by simply "ZG." A hoarder of jars and tupperware, a reader/maker of comix and zines, an "easy laugh," and a closeted schmaltzy-sentimentalist, ZG cherishes little more than a good play on words. One Halloween, ZG ironed vinyl letters spelling "Subtle" on a tee-shirt. No one got it--ZG relished the great "iron-y" of the Subtle-tee's success. Gertrude Stein once said, “I really do not know that anything has ever been more exciting than diagramming sentences." ZG feels that there has been little more exciting than diagramming Gertrude Stein's sentences. Well, except diagramming Gertrude Stein's sentences in French.