Eric Generic

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

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Eric Generic (aka "Kid Thalidomide") is a zinester from St. Paul, Minneaplois, USA.

He was one of the editors of Cybervision, a cyberpunk zine published in the early 1990's. He also co-published the one-shot punk zine Garageland together with Spike Mayonnaise, which included contributor Felix von Havoc.


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