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He first began self publishing in the 1990s with the release of [[Teen Fag]]. Six issues of the zine were released, which featured contributions by a number of notable zine editors and artists such as [[Anonymous Boy]], Sarah Bell,  Bonsoir Dindon, King VelVeeda, David Kelly and [[Robert Kirby]], co-editors of [[Boy Trouble]], LMNOP, creator of [[babysue]], and Blair Wilson.
 
He first began self publishing in the 1990s with the release of [[Teen Fag]]. Six issues of the zine were released, which featured contributions by a number of notable zine editors and artists such as [[Anonymous Boy]], Sarah Bell,  Bonsoir Dindon, King VelVeeda, David Kelly and [[Robert Kirby]], co-editors of [[Boy Trouble]], LMNOP, creator of [[babysue]], and Blair Wilson.
  
[[Skill Shot]], begun in 2007, is a classic [[Cut and Paste|cut and paste]]zine which calls itself "Seattle's pinball zine".  
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[[Skill Shot]], begun in 2007, is a classic [[Cut and Paste|cut and paste]] zine which calls itself "Seattle's pinball zine".  
  
 
Gordon Gordon also contributed to the Seattle-based magazine ''Tablet'' as a writer and interviewer.   
 
Gordon Gordon also contributed to the Seattle-based magazine ''Tablet'' as a writer and interviewer.   

Revision as of 10:03, 24 December 2010

Gordon Gordon is a zine editor and writer from Seattle, Washington, U.S.A..

He first began self publishing in the 1990s with the release of Teen Fag. Six issues of the zine were released, which featured contributions by a number of notable zine editors and artists such as Anonymous Boy, Sarah Bell, Bonsoir Dindon, King VelVeeda, David Kelly and Robert Kirby, co-editors of Boy Trouble, LMNOP, creator of babysue, and Blair Wilson.

Skill Shot, begun in 2007, is a classic cut and paste zine which calls itself "Seattle's pinball zine".

Gordon Gordon also contributed to the Seattle-based magazine Tablet as a writer and interviewer.

Zines

Contributions

  • Tablet Magazine