Golog: rebel nomad

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'''Golog: rebel nomad''' is a [[zine]] by [[Jeff Junker]], published by Brooding Rant Press.
'''Golog: rebel nomad''' is a [[zine]] by [[Jeff Junker]], published by Brooding Rant Press.
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Golog: rebel nomad was released in 2000 in Middletown, NY, U.S.A. It is a [[Cut and Paste|cut and paste]] zine featuring clippings, collages, writing by the editor, quotes from Johnny Rotten and Margaret Cho, a Homocult poster, and contributions from Billy Waggoner. Jeff describes his zine on his intro page: "It's a little bit of satire, and a little bit of mischief. It's personal, social and political views from a queer anarchist's perspective". He includes a list of "An-Anarcho-Pantheist Ten Commandments", and a list of his favorite queer [[hardcore]] bands, as well as reproductions from A.A. Milnes's ''Winnie The Pooh'', "Pig Pen" from ''Peanuts'' comic strip, and [[Diane DiMassa]]'s ''Hothead Paisan'' character.
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Released in 2000 in Middletown, NY, U.S.A., '''Golog: rebel nomad''' is a [[Cut and Paste|cut and paste]] zine featuring clippings, collages, writing by the editor, quotes from Johnny Rotten and Margaret Cho, a Homocult poster, and contributions from Billy Waggoner. Jeff describes his zine on his intro page: "It's a little bit of satire, and a little bit of mischief. It's personal, social and political views from a queer anarchist's perspective". He includes a list of "An-Anarcho-Pantheist Ten Commandments", and a list of his favorite queer [[hardcore]] bands, as well as reproductions from A.A. Milnes's ''Winnie The Pooh'', "Pig Pen" from ''Peanuts'' comic strip, and [[Diane DiMassa]]'s ''Hothead Paisan'' character.

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Golog: rebel nomad is a zine by Jeff Junker, published by Brooding Rant Press.

Released in 2000 in Middletown, NY, U.S.A., Golog: rebel nomad is a cut and paste zine featuring clippings, collages, writing by the editor, quotes from Johnny Rotten and Margaret Cho, a Homocult poster, and contributions from Billy Waggoner. Jeff describes his zine on his intro page: "It's a little bit of satire, and a little bit of mischief. It's personal, social and political views from a queer anarchist's perspective". He includes a list of "An-Anarcho-Pantheist Ten Commandments", and a list of his favorite queer hardcore bands, as well as reproductions from A.A. Milnes's Winnie The Pooh, "Pig Pen" from Peanuts comic strip, and Diane DiMassa's Hothead Paisan character.

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