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Donny 's first zine was created in the 1990's, when he produced [[Dwan]]. Originally a poetry zine, it grew to include contributions of all kinds, such as short stories and zine reviews. During this time he was also a regular contributor to the seminal queer zine, [[Holy Titclamps]]. He began contributing to other zines as well during the 1990's and into the 2000's, including [[Glovebox Chronicles|The Glovebox Chronicles]] and was a regular writer for [[Xerography Debt]].  
 
Donny 's first zine was created in the 1990's, when he produced [[Dwan]]. Originally a poetry zine, it grew to include contributions of all kinds, such as short stories and zine reviews. During this time he was also a regular contributor to the seminal queer zine, [[Holy Titclamps]]. He began contributing to other zines as well during the 1990's and into the 2000's, including [[Glovebox Chronicles|The Glovebox Chronicles]] and was a regular writer for [[Xerography Debt]].  
  
Donny Smith has also published a chapbook entitled [[Solanas]].
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Donny Smith has also published a chapbook entitled [[Solanas]]. Its subject is Valerie Solanas, author of The S.C.U.M. Manifesto and the subject of the film ''I Shot Andy Warhol''. The book begins with an interview with Mary Harron, director of ''I Shot Any Warhol''.
  
 
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Revision as of 10:07, 20 April 2007

Donny Smith is a writer and zinester from Bellafonte, Pennsylvania.

Donny 's first zine was created in the 1990's, when he produced Dwan. Originally a poetry zine, it grew to include contributions of all kinds, such as short stories and zine reviews. During this time he was also a regular contributor to the seminal queer zine, Holy Titclamps. He began contributing to other zines as well during the 1990's and into the 2000's, including The Glovebox Chronicles and was a regular writer for Xerography Debt.

Donny Smith has also published a chapbook entitled Solanas. Its subject is Valerie Solanas, author of The S.C.U.M. Manifesto and the subject of the film I Shot Andy Warhol. The book begins with an interview with Mary Harron, director of I Shot Any Warhol.

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