Gordonzola

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'''Gordonzola''' is the pen name for Gordon Edgar, a San Francisco-based writer and professional '''cheese monger'''. For years, he was a zine reviewer for [[Maximum Rock N Roll]] and [[Zine World: A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press]]. He currently works at Rainbow Grocery, the largest worker-owned co-op in America.  
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'''Gordonzola''' is the pen name for Gordon Edgar, a San Francisco-based writer and professional '''cheese monger'''. For years, he was a zine reviewer for [[Maximum Rock N Roll]] and [[Zine World: A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press]].  
'''Gordonzola''' was the creator of [[Epicenter Zine]], a one-shot devoted to the rise-and-fall of S.F.'s [[Epicenter Zone]], a punk record store and info-shop.  
'''Gordonzola''' was the creator of [[Epicenter Zine]], a one-shot devoted to the rise-and-fall of S.F.'s [[Epicenter Zone]], a punk record store and info-shop.  
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For the past 12 years, '''Gordonzola''' has worked as a cheese buyer for '''Rainbow Grocery''', the largest '''worker-owned co-op''' in America.
He has written extensively on the subject of '''worker co-ops''', '''punk rock''', '''cheesemaking''', '''food safety''', and [[Zines]].
He has written extensively on the subject of '''worker co-ops''', '''punk rock''', '''cheesemaking''', '''food safety''', and [[Zines]].

Revision as of 05:44, 31 July 2007

Gordonzola is the pen name for Gordon Edgar, a San Francisco-based writer and professional cheese monger. For years, he was a zine reviewer for Maximum Rock N Roll and Zine World: A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press.

Gordonzola was the creator of Epicenter Zine, a one-shot devoted to the rise-and-fall of S.F.'s Epicenter Zone, a punk record store and info-shop.

For the past 12 years, Gordonzola has worked as a cheese buyer for Rainbow Grocery, the largest worker-owned co-op in America.

He has written extensively on the subject of worker co-ops, punk rock, cheesemaking, food safety, and Zines.

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