Christopher Wilde

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'''Christopher Wilde''' is a zine editor and archivist from Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A.
'''Christopher Wilde''' is a zine editor and archivist from Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A.
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In 1992, Christopher Wilde released the first issue of his queer [[punk]] zine, [[Abrupt Lane Change]]. It was followed by two more issues, the third from Ann Arbor, Michigan, where the zine editor had moved.  
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In 1992, Christopher Wilde released the first issue of his queer [[punk]] zine, [[Abrupt Lane Edge]]. It was followed by five more issues, the third from Ann Arbor, Michigan, where the zine editor lived during the summer of 1993.  He returned to Minneapolis where he produced issues four through six before moving to San Francisco in 1996.  
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Upon his return to Minneapolis, Wilde was one of the co-founders, with [[Milo Miller]], of [[QZAP]], the on-line archive of queer zines that allows readers to download free copies of the zine. By 2009, even more zines had been added to a rapidly expanding collection as zines at QZAP.
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Upon moving to Milwaukee in 2002, Wilde was one of the co-founders, with [[Milo Miller]], of [[QZAP]], the on-line archive of queer zines that allows readers to download free copies of zines. By 2009, even more zines had been added to a rapidly expanding collection of zines at QZAP.
==Zines==
==Zines==
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*[[Abrupt Lane Change]]  
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*[[Abrupt Lane Edge]]  
==Zine Library==
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Christopher Wilde is a zine editor and archivist from Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A.

In 1992, Christopher Wilde released the first issue of his queer punk zine, Abrupt Lane Edge. It was followed by five more issues, the third from Ann Arbor, Michigan, where the zine editor lived during the summer of 1993. He returned to Minneapolis where he produced issues four through six before moving to San Francisco in 1996.

Upon moving to Milwaukee in 2002, Wilde was one of the co-founders, with Milo Miller, of QZAP, the on-line archive of queer zines that allows readers to download free copies of zines. By 2009, even more zines had been added to a rapidly expanding collection of zines at QZAP.

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