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'''Hannah D. Forman''' has been writing/editing zines for over ten years. You might know her by other names such as, Jethra Black (her spoken word artist alter ego).  Hannah is mostly known for her three issues of [[Technicolor Polka Dot|Technicolor Polkadot]] and [[Ax Wound|Ax Wound: Gender and the Horror Genre]].  In the past she was a columist for girlpunk.net and currently reviews and does art coordination for [[Zine World]]. Currently Hannah is in the last stages on publishing "The Zine Book Project" and running zine workshops with "at risk" populations in her community.
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'''Hannah D. Forman''' who now writes under the name Hannah Dina has been creating zines for over ten years. She is most known for the feminist horror zine <i> Ax Wound: Gender & The Horror Genre. </i> Which has been featured in Newsweek, Broken Pencil, and Rue MorgueHannah also writes personal zines. In the past she wrote Technicolor Polkadot but now she does Hearts & Butcher Knives. These zines all deal heavily with sexuality, drug addiction, and mental illness.  
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Hannah immerses herself in zine culture. She is the current art coordiantor and a regular zine reviewer for Zine World, she runs zine workshops with girls & women in her community, and she has been working on a book about zines for the past two years.
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==Zines==
 
==Zines==

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Hannah D. Forman who now writes under the name Hannah Dina has been creating zines for over ten years. She is most known for the feminist horror zine Ax Wound: Gender & The Horror Genre. Which has been featured in Newsweek, Broken Pencil, and Rue Morgue. Hannah also writes personal zines. In the past she wrote Technicolor Polkadot but now she does Hearts & Butcher Knives. These zines all deal heavily with sexuality, drug addiction, and mental illness.

Hannah immerses herself in zine culture. She is the current art coordiantor and a regular zine reviewer for Zine World, she runs zine workshops with girls & women in her community, and she has been working on a book about zines for the past two years.



Zines

Contributions

External Links

Ax Wound: www.axwoundzine.com