John Gerken

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He is the editor of [[I Hate This Part of Texas]], of which at least eight issues have been released. His zines address queer issues through personal anecdotes.
He is the editor of [[I Hate This Part of Texas]], of which at least eight issues have been released. His zines address queer issues through personal anecdotes.
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In November of 2002, John took part in the ''[[Y'herd Me Zine Tour]]'' with other New Orleans zinesters, travelling to a number of cities on this tour of the east coast and reading from his zine. The selection from his zine that John read on the tour was reprinted in the [[compilation zine]] [[Y'Herd me]], which brought together the selections read by the zinesters on the tour.  
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In November of 2002, John took part in the ''[[Y'herd Me Zine Tour]]'' with the New Orleans zinesters [[Ammi Emergency]], [[Ethan Clark]], [[Willie Jones]] and Natalia, travelling to a number of cities on this tour of the east coast and reading from his zine. The selection that John read on the tour was reprinted in the [[compilation zine]] [[Y'erd Me?]], which brought together all the selections read by the participants on the [[zine tour]].  
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I Hate This Part of Texas was one of the twenty zines from which writing was featured in the book [[Stories Care Forgot: An Anthology of New Orleans Zines]] by [[Ethan Clark]], with an introduction by John Gerken. The book also dealt with the zine editors' experiences of Hurricane Katrina and proceeds from sales were given to various grass roots organizations working in New Orleans.  
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I Hate This Part of Texas was one of the twenty zines from which writing was featured in the book [[Stories Care Forgot: An Anthology of New Orleans Zines]] by [[Ethan Clark]], with an introduction contributed by John Gerken. Other zines included were [[Chainbreaker]], [[Chihuahua and Pitbull]] and [[Nosedive]]. The book also dealt with the zine editors' experiences of Hurricane Katrina and proceeds from sales were given to various grass roots organizations working in New Orleans.  
==Zines==
==Zines==
* [[I Hate This Part of Texas]]
* [[I Hate This Part of Texas]]
==Contributions==
==Contributions==
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* [[Y'Herd Me]]
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* [[Y'erd Me?]]
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* [[Zine Yearbook]]
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==Books==
==Books==
*[[Stories Care Forgot: An Anthology of New Orleans Zines]], edited by [[Ethan Clark]], introduction by John Gerken, Last Gasp, 2006
*[[Stories Care Forgot: An Anthology of New Orleans Zines]], edited by [[Ethan Clark]], introduction by John Gerken, Last Gasp, 2006
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==Zine Tours==
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*''[[Y'erd Me? Zine Tour]]''
[[Category:Zinester|Gerken]]
[[Category:Zinester|Gerken]]
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[[Category:New Orleans Zinesters|Gerken]]

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John Gerken is a zinester from New Orleans, LA.

He is the editor of I Hate This Part of Texas, of which at least eight issues have been released. His zines address queer issues through personal anecdotes.

In November of 2002, John took part in the Y'herd Me Zine Tour with the New Orleans zinesters Ammi Emergency, Ethan Clark, Willie Jones and Natalia, travelling to a number of cities on this tour of the east coast and reading from his zine. The selection that John read on the tour was reprinted in the compilation zine Y'erd Me?, which brought together all the selections read by the participants on the zine tour.

I Hate This Part of Texas was one of the twenty zines from which writing was featured in the book Stories Care Forgot: An Anthology of New Orleans Zines by Ethan Clark, with an introduction contributed by John Gerken. Other zines included were Chainbreaker, Chihuahua and Pitbull and Nosedive. The book also dealt with the zine editors' experiences of Hurricane Katrina and proceeds from sales were given to various grass roots organizations working in New Orleans.

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