David Greenberger

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'''David Greenberger''' began publishing his conversations with the elderly in zine form as [[The Duplex Planet]] in 1979. It has since been collected into books, adapted into a comic book, been the subject of a couple documentaries and the source for a series of performances of monologues with music.
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'''David Greenberger''' began publishing his conversations with the elderly in zine form as [[Duplex Planet]] in 1979. It has since been collected into books, adapted into a comic book, been the subject of a couple documentaries and the source for a series of performances of monologues with music.
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===Zine===
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*[[Duplex Planet]]
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===Contributions===
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*[[Zine Yearbook]]
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===Related Books and CDs===
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''Duplex Planet'' by David Greenberger (published 2/94)<br>
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''Tell Me If I've Stopped: Voice from the Duplex Planet'' by David Greenberger (9/95)<br>
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''No More Shaves: A Duplex Planet Collection'' by David Greenberger (3/03)<br>
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''The Duplex Planet Radio Hour'' by David Greenberger and Terry Adams (Audio CD)
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David Greenberger began publishing his conversations with the elderly in zine form as Duplex Planet in 1979. It has since been collected into books, adapted into a comic book, been the subject of a couple documentaries and the source for a series of performances of monologues with music.

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Zine

Contributions

Related Books and CDs

Duplex Planet by David Greenberger (published 2/94)
Tell Me If I've Stopped: Voice from the Duplex Planet by David Greenberger (9/95)
No More Shaves: A Duplex Planet Collection by David Greenberger (3/03)
The Duplex Planet Radio Hour by David Greenberger and Terry Adams (Audio CD)

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