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Frandroid Atreides discovered zines in 1999 while living in Vancouver, BC, Canada, though most zines came from the United States. After picking up an issue of [[Broken Pencil]] and realizing there were zinesters in Canada too, Frandroid decided to start a [[distro]] to support the local zine scene. In 2000, Frandroid moved to Toronto, where he continued to expand the distro.  Great Worm Express currently distributes over 100 different titles.
 
Frandroid Atreides discovered zines in 1999 while living in Vancouver, BC, Canada, though most zines came from the United States. After picking up an issue of [[Broken Pencil]] and realizing there were zinesters in Canada too, Frandroid decided to start a [[distro]] to support the local zine scene. In 2000, Frandroid moved to Toronto, where he continued to expand the distro.  Great Worm Express currently distributes over 100 different titles.
  
== Contact ==
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== Postal Adress ==
  
[http://greatworm.ca Great Worm Express Distro website]
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* P.O. Box 19013
P.O. Box 19013
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* 360A Bloor St. W.
360A Bloor St. W.
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* Toronto, ON M5S 3C9
Toronto, ON M5S 3C9
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* CANADA
CANADA
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== External Link ==
 
== External Link ==

Latest revision as of 23:25, 1 October 2007

Great Worm Express Distribution sells various types of independent media focusing on zines.

History

Frandroid Atreides discovered zines in 1999 while living in Vancouver, BC, Canada, though most zines came from the United States. After picking up an issue of Broken Pencil and realizing there were zinesters in Canada too, Frandroid decided to start a distro to support the local zine scene. In 2000, Frandroid moved to Toronto, where he continued to expand the distro. Great Worm Express currently distributes over 100 different titles.

Postal Adress

  • P.O. Box 19013
  • 360A Bloor St. W.
  • Toronto, ON M5S 3C9
  • CANADA

External Link

Great Worm Express Distribution