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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". ''Skill Shot'' is co-edited with [[Bernard Boulevard]].  
[[Skill Shot]], begun in 2007, is a classic [[Cut and Paste|cut and paste]] zine which calls itself "Seattle's pinball zine". ''Skill Shot'' is co-edited with [[Bernard Boulevard]].  
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During the period of the 2010s, Gordon Gordon and  Bernard Boulevard began releasing the minicomic [[Chicken With Penis]] and the mini zine [[Dreamy Vs Sucks]], which Gordon describes as, "the epic battle of beauty versus language".
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In 2009, Gordon Gordon and  Bernard Boulevard began releasing the mini zine [[Vs]], which Gordon has described as, "the epic battle of beauty versus language". Three issues have been released; the first called ''Dreamy Vs Sucks'' in July of 2009; the next, ''Amazing Vs Asshole'', released in November of 2009; and the last one, released in June of 2010, entitled ''Like Vs Shit''. The two editors have also released the minicomic [[Chicken With Penis]].
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In 2010,  Gordon Gordon and Bernard Boulevard contributed a 2D installation to a group show called ''Spun'' at "The Convent of St. Cecelia" in Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S.A.
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.   
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===Zines===
===Zines===
*[[Chicken With Penis]] (2010s) (with [[Bernard Boulevard]])
*[[Chicken With Penis]] (2010s) (with [[Bernard Boulevard]])
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*[[Dreamy Vs Sucks]] (2010s) (with [[Bernard Boulevard]])
 
*[[Skill Shot]] (2000s to 2010s)
*[[Skill Shot]] (2000s to 2010s)
*[[Teen Fag]] (1990s)
*[[Teen Fag]] (1990s)
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*[[Vs]] (20009 - 2010s) (with [[Bernard Boulevard]])
*[[WDC Period]] (1980s)
*[[WDC Period]] (1980s)
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*[http://www.myspace.com/goredon2 Gordon Gordon on MySpace]
*[http://www.myspace.com/goredon2 Gordon Gordon on MySpace]
*[http://wemakezines.ning.com/profiles/blog/list?user=1zm7xxsgok86h Gordon Gordon on ''We Make Zines'']
*[http://wemakezines.ning.com/profiles/blog/list?user=1zm7xxsgok86h Gordon Gordon on ''We Make Zines'']
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*[http://www.facebook.com/pages/Chicken-With-Pens/145842321121 ''Chicken With Penis'' on Facebook]
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*[http://www.chickenwithpenis.com/about/ ''Chicken With Penis'' and ''Vs'' Official Website - Online Issues]
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Gordon Gordon is a zine editor and writer from Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. who has been publishing zines under the Chow Chow Productions name from the 1980s to the 2010s.

He first began self publishing in the 1980s with the release of WDC Period, a music fanzine that was published from 1984 till 1989 from Washington DC.

In the 1990s he published 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. In June of 2000, Gordon Gordon organized the music festival Queer Panic in Seattle, Washington.

Skill Shot, begun in 2007, is a classic cut and paste zine which calls itself "Seattle's pinball zine". Skill Shot is co-edited with Bernard Boulevard.

In 2009, Gordon Gordon and Bernard Boulevard began releasing the mini zine Vs, which Gordon has described as, "the epic battle of beauty versus language". Three issues have been released; the first called Dreamy Vs Sucks in July of 2009; the next, Amazing Vs Asshole, released in November of 2009; and the last one, released in June of 2010, entitled Like Vs Shit. The two editors have also released the minicomic Chicken With Penis.

In 2010, Gordon Gordon and Bernard Boulevard contributed a 2D installation to a group show called Spun at "The Convent of St. Cecelia" in Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S.A.

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

Zines

Contributions

  • Tablet Magazine

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