DJ Frederick

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'''DJ Frederick''' has been in & out & around the fringes of the small press world since the mid 1980's. He was the editor of homespun literary journals [[Bone & Flesh]] from 1988 - 1990 and now [[Color Wheel]] since 1990. He is a free radio advocate, DJ, disability rights activist, writer, living in the reclusive hills of New Hampshire. His latest project is the/wave project, a series of zines such as [[Short/Wave Zine|Short/wave Zine]], [[Radio/waves]], [[Air/waves]] and [[Wave/length]], related to pirate radio.
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<nowiki>'''DJ Frederick''' has been in & out & around the fringes of the small press world since the mid 1980's. He was the editor of homespun literary journals [[Bone & Flesh]] from 1988 - 1990 and now [[Color Wheel]] since 1990. He is a free radio advocate, DJ, disability rights activist, writer, living in the reclusive hills of New Hampshire. His latest project is Signals: A Radio Zine which explores pirate radio, community radio, Low Power FM, and stories from the frontier of free radio and free speech.</nowiki>
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Revision as of 23:13, 31 January 2011

'''DJ Frederick''' has been in & out & around the fringes of the small press world since the mid 1980's. He was the editor of homespun literary journals [[Bone & Flesh]] from 1988 - 1990 and now [[Color Wheel]] since 1990. He is a free radio advocate, DJ, disability rights activist, writer, living in the reclusive hills of New Hampshire. His latest project is Signals: A Radio Zine which explores pirate radio, community radio, Low Power FM, and stories from the frontier of free radio and free speech.

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