Golog: rebel nomad

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

Golog: rebel nomad was released in 2000 in Middletown, NY, U.S.A. It 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 lists of "An-Anarcho-Pantheist Ten Commandments", and 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.