Anne Elizabeth Moore

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Born in the town of Winner, South Dakota, Anne Elizabeth Moore was first published at the age of 15, when a national youth literary magazine printed a poem about her feelings. In the two decades since, Moore’s work has encompassed many kinds of writing that are not poetry, and has been published in ''The Onion'', the ''Chicago Reader'', ''[[Bitch]]'', ''The Stranger'', ''Stayfree!'', ''The Progressive'', the ''Journal of Popular Culture'', and ''Punk Planet''.
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Born in the town of Winner, South Dakota, Anne Elizabeth Moore was first published at the age of 15, when a national youth literary magazine printed a poem about her feelings. In the two decades since, Moore’s work has encompassed many kinds of writing that are not poetry, and has been published in ''The Onion'', the ''Chicago Reader'', ''[[Bitch]]'', ''The Stranger'', ''Stayfree!'', ''The Progressive'', the ''Journal of Popular Culture'', and ''[[Punk Planet]]''.
Moore has also written a few independent books, including ''Hey Kidz, Buy This Book: A Radical Primer on Corporate and Governmental Propaganda and Artistic Activism for Short People'' ([[Soft Skull Press]], 2004) and ''Stop Reading This: A Manifesto for Radical Literacy'' (Seattle Research Institute, 2004).
Moore has also written a few independent books, including ''Hey Kidz, Buy This Book: A Radical Primer on Corporate and Governmental Propaganda and Artistic Activism for Short People'' ([[Soft Skull Press]], 2004) and ''Stop Reading This: A Manifesto for Radical Literacy'' (Seattle Research Institute, 2004).

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Anne Elizabeth Moore
Anne Elizabeth Moore

Anne Elizabeth Moore is a zinester, writer and activist from Chicago, IL. Moore is currently the associate publisher and co-editor of Punk Planet Magazine.

Biography

Born in the town of Winner, South Dakota, Anne Elizabeth Moore was first published at the age of 15, when a national youth literary magazine printed a poem about her feelings. In the two decades since, Moore’s work has encompassed many kinds of writing that are not poetry, and has been published in The Onion, the Chicago Reader, Bitch, The Stranger, Stayfree!, The Progressive, the Journal of Popular Culture, and Punk Planet.

Moore has also written a few independent books, including Hey Kidz, Buy This Book: A Radical Primer on Corporate and Governmental Propaganda and Artistic Activism for Short People (Soft Skull Press, 2004) and Stop Reading This: A Manifesto for Radical Literacy (Seattle Research Institute, 2004).

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