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.  
'''DJ Frederick''' has been in & out & around the fringes of the small press world since the mid 1980's.  
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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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He was the editor of homespun literary journals [[Bone & Flesh]] from 1988 - 1990 and now [[Color Wheel]] since 1990 (Color Wheel has been on hiatus since 2007). He is a free radio advocate, DJ, disability rights activist, writer, living in the hills of New Hampshire. His latest project is [[Signals: A Media & Radio Zine]] which explores pirate radio, community radio, Low Power FM, and stories from the frontier of free radio and free speech. He is also the creator of the radio series, blog and paper zine One Minute Zine Reviews.  
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[[Category:Zinester|Frederick]]

Revision as of 00:08, 9 May 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 (Color Wheel has been on hiatus since 2007). He is a free radio advocate, DJ, disability rights activist, writer, living in the hills of New Hampshire. His latest project is Signals: A Media & Radio Zine which explores pirate radio, community radio, Low Power FM, and stories from the frontier of free radio and free speech. He is also the creator of the radio series, blog and paper zine One Minute Zine Reviews.

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