Jesus Christ Superzine

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Jesus Christ Superzine is a zine by Ariel Birks. It deals mostly with her personal history as an evangelical teen (and her transition into a non-evangelical adult), but also tries to explain aspects of Christianity and the appeal of evangelical Christianity. Issue #1 was nominated for 2009's Best Zine of the Year by the Utne Reader. A revised second edition is due out in fall of 2009 and a second issue in 2010. The third issue is also in the works, a submission-based issue where people give their only stories of coming out of religious upbringing, or finding their own spiritual path.

Contact

po box 2645 olympia, wa 98507

External Link

Ms Valerie Park Distro

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