Cehsoikoe

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The title [[Cehsoikoe]] (pronounced kuh-SOY-koe) is a nonsense word made by interpolating the numbers 3, 2, 1, and 0 into the word CHOKE: C3H2O1K0E.
The title [[Cehsoikoe]] (pronounced kuh-SOY-koe) is a nonsense word made by interpolating the numbers 3, 2, 1, and 0 into the word CHOKE: C3H2O1K0E.
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Cehsoikoe was an art and poetry zine edited and published by John Porcellino (King-Cat Comics and Stories) from 1987-1990. There were 12 published issues, which featured work by small press stalwarts of the time, including John Rininger, Edward Mycue, Paul Weinman, Lyn Lifshin, Whitney Germaine, John M. Bennett, Julie Doucet, Brad Goins, Todd Rittmann, Sigmund Weiss, and Jim Radzom, among many others.

The title Cehsoikoe (pronounced kuh-SOY-koe) is a nonsense word made by interpolating the numbers 3, 2, 1, and 0 into the word CHOKE: C3H2O1K0E.

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