Envy the Dead

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The eclectic zine Envy the Dead had a run of four issues between 1992 and 1994.  The zine, published in Kansas City and Minneapolis, targeted an audience of "psycho-hop dawdlers," and comprised frenetic collage art, paeans to Run-DMC, enigmatic bits of short fiction, and extensive social critique, including extensive analyses of nanotechnology and the implications of nuclearism by editor [[David Mac]].  One review summed it up thusly:  "there sure are a lot of words in that zine!"
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The eclectic zine, '''Envy the Dead''', had a run of four issues between 1992 and 1994.   
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The [[zine]], published in Kansas City and Minneapolis, targeted an audience of "psycho-hop dawdlers," and comprised frenetic collage art, paeans to Run-DMC, enigmatic bits of short fiction, and extensive social critique, including extensive analyses of nanotechnology and the implications of nuclearism by editor [[David Mac]].  One review summed it up thusly:  "there sure are a lot of words in that zine!"
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The eclectic zine, Envy the Dead, had a run of four issues between 1992 and 1994.

The zine, published in Kansas City and Minneapolis, targeted an audience of "psycho-hop dawdlers," and comprised frenetic collage art, paeans to Run-DMC, enigmatic bits of short fiction, and extensive social critique, including extensive analyses of nanotechnology and the implications of nuclearism by editor David Mac. One review summed it up thusly: "there sure are a lot of words in that zine!"

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