Hannah D. Forman

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'''Hannah D. Forman''' currently writes under '''[[Hannah Neurotica]]'''.
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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|Ax Wound: Gender & The Horror Genre]]. </i> Which has been featured in ''Newsweek'', [[Broken Pencil]], and ''Rue Morgue''.  Hannah also writes [[Perzine|personal zines]]. In the past she wrote [[Technicolor Polka Dot|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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H.Neurotica has written zines for over a decade, hosted zine making workshops in different communities, and written/ worked to docuement zine culture through her show [[ZINECORE RADIO]] and print interviews with mostly female zine makers.
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Hannah immerses herself in zine culture. She is the current art coordinator 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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Hannah has edited and continued to make [[Ax Wound]]: Gender & The Horror Genre. Mission statement:
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''“Ax Wound” is a derogatory term for a menstruating vagina. How perfect for a feminist horror zine title! It is my hope that “Ax Wound” will create a dialogue about gender in the horror/slasher/gore genre — a genre typically thought to reinforce patriarchal values. I want both the zine and the website to provide a safe, stimulating environment for feminists who struggle with their enjoyment of these films, and a place to explore what these films are about, and why we love them so much.''''
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On  5/2/2008 Hannah launched ZINECORE RADIO which aims to :" showcase/document the underground zine culture that surrounds me and serve as a platform for artists whom i admire to get attention for their work."
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==Zines==
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*[[Ax Wound|Ax Wound: Gender and the Horror Genre]]
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*[[Hearts & Bucher Knives]]
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*[[Technicolor Polka Dot|Technicolor Polkadot]]
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==Contributions==
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*[[Zine World]]
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==External Links==
==External Links==
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* email: lickmylit@gmail.com
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AW has been written about in
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* [http://www.livejournal.com/users/zinecore Hannah's LiveJournal]
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*[http://www.newsweek.com/id/34145/ ''Newsweek'']
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* [http://www.myspace.com/rhinestonetrash Hannah's MySpace]
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*[http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2008/oct/29/women-horror''The Guardian'']
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Ax Wound: www.axwoundzine.com
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*[http://www.cbc.ca/thecurrent/2009/200909/20090918.html Hannah on CBC Radio discussing the role of women in horror as part of a panel]
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[[Category:Zinester|Foreman]]

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Hannah D. Forman currently writes under Hannah Neurotica.

H.Neurotica has written zines for over a decade, hosted zine making workshops in different communities, and written/ worked to docuement zine culture through her show ZINECORE RADIO and print interviews with mostly female zine makers.

Hannah has edited and continued to make Ax Wound: Gender & The Horror Genre. Mission statement: ' “Ax Wound” is a derogatory term for a menstruating vagina. How perfect for a feminist horror zine title! It is my hope that “Ax Wound” will create a dialogue about gender in the horror/slasher/gore genre — a genre typically thought to reinforce patriarchal values. I want both the zine and the website to provide a safe, stimulating environment for feminists who struggle with their enjoyment of these films, and a place to explore what these films are about, and why we love them so much.''

On 5/2/2008 Hannah launched ZINECORE RADIO which aims to :" showcase/document the underground zine culture that surrounds me and serve as a platform for artists whom i admire to get attention for their work."

External Links

AW has been written about in

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