Carrie McNinch

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McNinch's publications are usually half-sized or smaller [[comic]] zines, filled with illustrations and stories to go along with them. Subscription requests for [[Food Geek]] are asked to include an old cookbook or chocolate from your local town.
McNinch's publications are usually half-sized or smaller [[comic]] zines, filled with illustrations and stories to go along with them. Subscription requests for [[Food Geek]] are asked to include an old cookbook or chocolate from your local town.
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McNinch has also contributed to a number of zines and been interviewed in publications such as [[Alarm Clock]]. An anthology of her work has been published by [[Migraine]].
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McNinch has also contributed to a number of zines and comics anthologies and has been interviewed in publications such as [[Alarm Clock]]. An anthology of her work has been published by [[Migraine]].
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*[[Ten Foot Rule]]
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*[[The Burning Times]]
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==Books==
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*''Juicy Mother 2: How They Met'', edited by Jennifer Camper, Manic D Press, 2007
[[Category:Zinester|McNinch]] [[Category:Musea Zine Hall of Fame|McNinch]][[Category:Artist|McNinch]] [[Category:California Zinesters|McNinch]]
[[Category:Zinester|McNinch]] [[Category:Musea Zine Hall of Fame|McNinch]][[Category:Artist|McNinch]] [[Category:California Zinesters|McNinch]]

Revision as of 11:14, 26 September 2007

Carrie McNinch is a artist, writer and zine publisher based in Los Angeles, CA.

She has published many zines which include The Assassin and The Whiner, Food Geek, and you don't get there from here. She also has a book out entitled I Want Everything to be Okay, published by Tugboat Press.

McNinch's publications are usually half-sized or smaller comic zines, filled with illustrations and stories to go along with them. Subscription requests for Food Geek are asked to include an old cookbook or chocolate from your local town.

McNinch has also contributed to a number of zines and comics anthologies and has been interviewed in publications such as Alarm Clock. An anthology of her work has been published by Migraine.

Zines

Contributor

Books

  • Juicy Mother 2: How They Met, edited by Jennifer Camper, Manic D Press, 2007
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