Eric Generic

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'''Eric Generic''' (aka "Kid Thalidomide") is a pen name for the writer Eric Mader. Mader legally changed his name to Eric Generic, but later changed it back.  
'''Eric Generic''' (aka "Kid Thalidomide") is a pen name for the writer Eric Mader. Mader legally changed his name to Eric Generic, but later changed it back.  
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In the early 1990's, Eric Generic was one of the editors of [[Cybervision]]. He also published the one-shot punk zine [[Garageland]], together with [[Felix von Havoc]].
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In the early 1990's, Eric Generic was one of the editors of [[Cybervision]]. He also co- published the one-shot punk zine [[Garageland]] together with Spike mayonnaise, which included contributor [[Felix von Havoc]].
Eric Generic was co-host of ''2000 Flushes Pirate Radio''.
Eric Generic was co-host of ''2000 Flushes Pirate Radio''.
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==Zines==
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*[[Cybervision]]
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*[[Garageland]]
[[Category:Zinester|Generic]] [[Category:Minnesota Zinesters|Generic]][[Category:Punk Zinesters|Generic, Eric]]
[[Category:Zinester|Generic]] [[Category:Minnesota Zinesters|Generic]][[Category:Punk Zinesters|Generic, Eric]]

Revision as of 09:53, 3 May 2009

Eric Generic (aka "Kid Thalidomide") is a pen name for the writer Eric Mader. Mader legally changed his name to Eric Generic, but later changed it back.

In the early 1990's, Eric Generic was one of the editors of Cybervision. He also co- published the one-shot punk zine Garageland together with Spike mayonnaise, which included contributor Felix von Havoc.

Eric Generic was co-host of 2000 Flushes Pirate Radio.

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