Athena Corinna

From ZineWiki

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
m (Athena T. moved to Athena Tan)
Line 1: Line 1:
-
'''Athena T.''' was a Manila, Philippines-based zinester who wrote and published zines from 1996 to 2001.  
+
'''Athena Tan''' was a zinester based in Manila, Philippines. She wrote and published zines from 1996 to 2001. Her zines included [[Breakfast]] (1996-1999) and [[Framing Historical Theft]] (2000-2001). She also contributed to several compilation zines, including the second issue of [[Evolution of a Race Riot]], Make, and Words That Soak Up Life. Copies of her zines are archived at the Barnard College Zine Library and the Duke University Bingham Center Zine Collection.
-
 
+
-
Her most widely circulated zines were [[Breakfast]] (1996-1999, also known as Took Yr Lollipop) and [[Framing Historical Theft]] (2000-2001). She also compiled three issues of a poetry zine, [[Cranberry Filling]] (initially titled Grrrl World), from 1997-1998, and contributed articles to various compilation zines. Copies of her zines are archived in the zine collections of the Barnard College and Duke University libraries.
+
== Zines ==
== Zines ==
-
* (sTuFf!) (1996)
 
* [[Breakfast]] / Took Yr Lollipop (1996-1999)
* [[Breakfast]] / Took Yr Lollipop (1996-1999)
-
* Grrrl World / [[Cranberry Filling]] (1997-1998)
 
* [[Framing Historical Theft]] (2000-2001)
* [[Framing Historical Theft]] (2000-2001)
[[Category:Zinester|T]] [[Category:POC Zinester|T]]
[[Category:Zinester|T]] [[Category:POC Zinester|T]]

Revision as of 21:00, 21 January 2012

Athena Tan was a zinester based in Manila, Philippines. She wrote and published zines from 1996 to 2001. Her zines included Breakfast (1996-1999) and Framing Historical Theft (2000-2001). She also contributed to several compilation zines, including the second issue of Evolution of a Race Riot, Make, and Words That Soak Up Life. Copies of her zines are archived at the Barnard College Zine Library and the Duke University Bingham Center Zine Collection.

Zines

Personal tools