Chloe Eudaly

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Chloe Eudaly is the sole owner and propetier of [[Reading Frenzy]], one of the United State's first independent press bookstores. Reading Frenzy is located in Portland, OR, and is known for selling zines. Chloe lives in Portland and owns and runs Reading Frenzy as of fall of 2006. Chloe has been selling zines through her store since 1988, and--by running one of the nation's first zine stores--has shaped the contemporary world of zines. Chloe also publishes [[Craphound]] #6, on her own press [[i forget]].
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'''Chloe Eudaly''' has owned and operated [[Reading Frenzy]] since 1994. Reading Frenzy is located in [[Portland, OR]], and is one of a handful of bookstores across the country devoted to independent and alternative press, with a special focus on self-published work, such as [[zines]] and [[minicomics]]. With a small crew of part-time paid and volunteer staff, Reading Frenzy has hosted hundreds of free literary and art events, and serves as a hub of activity for the local small press, arts, and activist communities as well as visiting authors and artists.
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Ms. Eudaly is also a co-founder of the [[Independent Publishing Resource Center]], and runs [[Show & Tell Press]], publisher of [[Craphound]], edited by [[Sean Tejaratchi]] since 2005.
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[[Category:Zinester|Eudaly]] [[Category:Portland Zinesters|Eudaly]]

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Chloe Eudaly has owned and operated Reading Frenzy since 1994. Reading Frenzy is located in Portland, OR, and is one of a handful of bookstores across the country devoted to independent and alternative press, with a special focus on self-published work, such as zines and minicomics. With a small crew of part-time paid and volunteer staff, Reading Frenzy has hosted hundreds of free literary and art events, and serves as a hub of activity for the local small press, arts, and activist communities as well as visiting authors and artists.

Ms. Eudaly is also a co-founder of the Independent Publishing Resource Center, and runs Show & Tell Press, publisher of Craphound, edited by Sean Tejaratchi since 2005.

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