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Fake Life is fanzine/perzine published by [[paper-xerox-staples]] distro and press.
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Fake Life is [[perzine]] published by [[paper-xerox-staples]] distro and press.
  
 
It has a strong emphasis on story telling which are generally masked as show reports. The writers are older and having grown out of the scene find themselves generally out of place maneuvering in the kinds of clubs and shows they once thrived it. The writing concerns growing up and what it means to them be still be punk or not be punk, to be in a scene or not in a scene. [[Maximum Rock and Roll]] said it was "...sloppy and trashy...but pretty good."  
 
It has a strong emphasis on story telling which are generally masked as show reports. The writers are older and having grown out of the scene find themselves generally out of place maneuvering in the kinds of clubs and shows they once thrived it. The writing concerns growing up and what it means to them be still be punk or not be punk, to be in a scene or not in a scene. [[Maximum Rock and Roll]] said it was "...sloppy and trashy...but pretty good."  
  
The zine also runs articles about black politics in America from a feminist perspective, a variety of comix and murder fiction.
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The zine also runs articles about black politics in America from a feminist perspective, a variety of comix and murder fiction. Contributors include [[Mike Baker]].
  
 
==External Link==
 
==External Link==
 
*[http://www.paper-xerox-staples.com  paper-xerox-staples]
 
*[http://www.paper-xerox-staples.com  paper-xerox-staples]
  
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[[Category: Zine]][[Category:2000's publications]][[category:Perzine]]

Revision as of 03:51, 26 September 2007

Fake Life is perzine published by paper-xerox-staples distro and press.

It has a strong emphasis on story telling which are generally masked as show reports. The writers are older and having grown out of the scene find themselves generally out of place maneuvering in the kinds of clubs and shows they once thrived it. The writing concerns growing up and what it means to them be still be punk or not be punk, to be in a scene or not in a scene. Maximum Rock and Roll said it was "...sloppy and trashy...but pretty good."

The zine also runs articles about black politics in America from a feminist perspective, a variety of comix and murder fiction. Contributors include Mike Baker.

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