Andrew Earles

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'''Andrew Earles''' is a "writer and amateur humorist" living in Memphis, TN. He formerly published the [[zine]] [[Cinnamon Weekend]]. He is currently a freelance writer; his work has appeared in [[Magnet]], [[Chunklet]] and elsewhere. Earles is known for his dark sense of humor and for assuming various false personae in his work.  
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'''Andrew Earles''' is a "writer and amateur humorist" living in Memphis, TN. He formerly published the [[zine]] [[Cimarron Weekend]]. He is currently a freelance writer; his work has appeared in [[Magnet]], [[Chunklet]] and elsewhere. Earles is known for his dark sense of humor and for assuming various false personae in his work.  
He also creates prank-call compilations.
He also creates prank-call compilations.
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== External Links ==
== External Links ==
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[http://failedpilot.com/ The Andrew Earles blog]
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[http://andrewearles.com/ The Andrew Earles home page]
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Husker Du: The Story of the Noise-Pop Pioneers Who Launched Modern Rock, ISBN 0760335044
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[[Category:Zinester|Earles]]
[[Category:Zinester|Earles]]

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Andrew Earles is a "writer and amateur humorist" living in Memphis, TN. He formerly published the zine Cimarron Weekend. He is currently a freelance writer; his work has appeared in Magnet, Chunklet and elsewhere. Earles is known for his dark sense of humor and for assuming various false personae in his work.

He also creates prank-call compilations.

External Links

The Andrew Earles home page

Husker Du: The Story of the Noise-Pop Pioneers Who Launched Modern Rock, ISBN 0760335044

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