Ginger Brooks Takahashi

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'''Ginger Brooks Takahashi''' is a queer visual and performance artist from New York City, U.S.A.
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'''Ginger Brooks Takahashi''' is a zine editor and  visual and performance artist from New York City, U.S.A.
She is part of the [[LTTR]] collective but has also contributed to [[BTFA]], [[Ricochet! Ricochet!]] #7, [[The Ballet]] and [[The Third Leg]].
She is part of the [[LTTR]] collective but has also contributed to [[BTFA]], [[Ricochet! Ricochet!]] #7, [[The Ballet]] and [[The Third Leg]].
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Ginger Brooks Takahashi was one of the members of the collective behind the [[Mobilivre-Bookmobile]], a traveling [[zine tour]]/ exhibition/gallery that toured across Canada and the U.S. in the summer in a converted 1959  Airstream recreational trailer for five years, from 2001 til 2006. As well, she was also one of the founding members of the band MEN, along with Michael O'Neil and JD Sampson.
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Ginger Brooks Takahashi is a zine editor and visual and performance artist from New York City, U.S.A.

She is part of the LTTR collective but has also contributed to BTFA, Ricochet! Ricochet! #7, The Ballet and The Third Leg.

Ginger Brooks Takahashi was one of the members of the collective behind the Mobilivre-Bookmobile, a traveling zine tour/ exhibition/gallery that toured across Canada and the U.S. in the summer in a converted 1959 Airstream recreational trailer for five years, from 2001 til 2006. As well, she was also one of the founding members of the band MEN, along with Michael O'Neil and JD Sampson.

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