Deke Nihilson

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After Homocore ceased publishing in 1991, Deke began another zine with his bandmates called [[Three Dollar Bill]]. The zine covered everything from queercore to indepth political articles to spirituality. Issue three was retitled "Riot Gear" and covered the blossoming [[Riot Grrrl]] movement. At this time the band broke up and only one last issue, with the original title, was released in 1992. Since then Deke has not published another zine.  
After Homocore ceased publishing in 1991, Deke began another zine with his bandmates called [[Three Dollar Bill]]. The zine covered everything from queercore to indepth political articles to spirituality. Issue three was retitled "Riot Gear" and covered the blossoming [[Riot Grrrl]] movement. At this time the band broke up and only one last issue, with the original title, was released in 1992. Since then Deke has not published another zine.  
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Deke Nihilson is a zine editor, musician, actor and activist.

In 1988, he an co-editor Tom Jennings began publishing Homocore zine. Released just a few years after J.D.s, it was one of the earliest queercore zines and helped expand the queer punk scene. The editors also set up Homocore shows with bands like Fugazi, M.D.C. and Beat Happening and did much to popularize the queercore scene on the west coast of the U.S.. Deke began his own band around this time, called Comrades In Arms; one of the first queercore bands, they played at Homocore shows and released one cassette.

At around this same time, Deke appeared in two films; The Yo- Yo Gang by G.B. Jones and Shred of Sex by Greta Snider, the editor of Mudflap zine.

After Homocore ceased publishing in 1991, Deke began another zine with his bandmates called Three Dollar Bill. The zine covered everything from queercore to indepth political articles to spirituality. Issue three was retitled "Riot Gear" and covered the blossoming Riot Grrrl movement. At this time the band broke up and only one last issue, with the original title, was released in 1992. Since then Deke has not published another zine.

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