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'''Kevin E. White''', also known as [[Weasel Boy]] is a Fort Worth, Texas [[zinester]], artist, musician, and bookmaker. He has published sporadically under the name [[Psychotex Press]]. He is probably best known for his two [[Weasel Boy]] collections of his poems and art, on beer, cats, women, philosopy, etc. He is also known for the high technical quality of his books. Some consider him to write in the [[shockism]] writing style - built on the terse gritty work of Charles Bukowski.
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'''Kevin E. White''', also known as [[Weasel Boy]] is a Fort Worth, Texas [[zinester]], artist, musician, and bookmaker.  
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White has published sporadically under the name [[Psychotex Press]]. He is probably best known for his two [[Weasel Boy]] collections of his poems and art, on beer, cats, women, philosopy, etc. He is also known for the high technical quality of his books. Some consider him to write in the [[shockism]] writing style - built on the terse gritty work of Charles Bukowski.
  
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Latest revision as of 00:43, 4 November 2007

Kevin E. White, also known as Weasel Boy is a Fort Worth, Texas zinester, artist, musician, and bookmaker.

White has published sporadically under the name Psychotex Press. He is probably best known for his two Weasel Boy collections of his poems and art, on beer, cats, women, philosopy, etc. He is also known for the high technical quality of his books. Some consider him to write in the shockism writing style - built on the terse gritty work of Charles Bukowski.