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'''Fly''' is a comic artist residing in New York City who contributes to zines.
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'''Fly''' is a comic and graphic artist and musician residing in New York City who notably contributes to zines.
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Fly has contributed to a number of well-known zines. Fly's [[comic]] ''Zero Content'' was regularly published in [[Slug & Lettuce]] for a number of years. She also contributed comics to [[Cindy Ovenrack Crabb]]'s [[Support Zine]]. She contributed a comic for the 25th Anniversary issue of [[Punk Magazine]], and her artwork has been featured on the cover of [[Maximum Rock N Roll]] and [[Aaron Cometbus]]' novel, [[Double Deuce]]. In 2003, a book of her portraits, called ''PEOPS'', was published by [[Soft Skull Press]].
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Fly has contributed to a number of well-known zines. Fly's [[comic]] ''Zero Content'' was regularly published in [[Slug & Lettuce]] for a number of years. She also contributed comics to [[Cindy Ovenrack Crabb]]'s [[Support Zine]]. She contributed a comic for the 25th Anniversary issue of [[Punk Magazine]], and her artwork has been featured on the cover of [[Maximum Rock N Roll]] and [[Aaron Cometbus]]' novel, [[Double Deuce]]. In 1999 her book ''CHRON!ICRIOTS!PA!SM'' was published by Autonomedia. In 2003, a book of her portraits, called ''PEOPS'', was published by [[Soft Skull Press]].
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Fly is also a musician who played bass with the New York-based band God Is My Co-Pilot for a number of years. The band released many recordings, and some of their early singles and albums appeared on the [[Outpunk]] record label. Fly is presently in the band Zero Content, named after her own comic.
Fly hosted the ''DIY Comix and Zine-Making Workshop'' at the Museum of Comics and Cartoons in New York City, and brought in guest speakers such as [[John Holstrom]], co-editor of Punk Magazine.
Fly hosted the ''DIY Comix and Zine-Making Workshop'' at the Museum of Comics and Cartoons in New York City, and brought in guest speakers such as [[John Holstrom]], co-editor of Punk Magazine.
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==Books==
==Books==
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*''Juicy Mother 2: How They Met'', edited by Jennifer Camper, Manic D Press, 2007 ISBN 978-1-933149-20-2  
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* ''Juicy Mother 2: How They Met'', edited by Jennifer Camper, Manic D Press, 2007 ISBN 978-1-933149-20-2  
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*''PEOPS'', [[Soft Skull Press]], 2003
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* ''PEOPS'', [[Soft Skull Press]], 2003
* ''Double Deuce'', [[Aaron Cometbus]], [[Last Gasp]], ISBN 0-86719-586-X  
* ''Double Deuce'', [[Aaron Cometbus]], [[Last Gasp]], ISBN 0-86719-586-X  
[[category:Zinester]] [[Category:Artist]]
[[category:Zinester]] [[Category:Artist]]
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* ''CHRON!ICRIOTS!PA!SM!'', Autonomedia, 1999
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==External Link==
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*[http://home.bway.net/fly Fly's Website]
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Revision as of 11:29, 12 December 2007

Fly is a comic and graphic artist and musician residing in New York City who notably contributes to zines.

Fly has contributed to a number of well-known zines. Fly's comic Zero Content was regularly published in Slug & Lettuce for a number of years. She also contributed comics to Cindy Ovenrack Crabb's Support Zine. She contributed a comic for the 25th Anniversary issue of Punk Magazine, and her artwork has been featured on the cover of Maximum Rock N Roll and Aaron Cometbus' novel, Double Deuce. In 1999 her book CHRON!ICRIOTS!PA!SM was published by Autonomedia. In 2003, a book of her portraits, called PEOPS, was published by Soft Skull Press.

Fly is also a musician who played bass with the New York-based band God Is My Co-Pilot for a number of years. The band released many recordings, and some of their early singles and albums appeared on the Outpunk record label. Fly is presently in the band Zero Content, named after her own comic.

Fly hosted the DIY Comix and Zine-Making Workshop at the Museum of Comics and Cartoons in New York City, and brought in guest speakers such as John Holstrom, co-editor of Punk Magazine.

Contributions to Zines

Books

External Link

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