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'''Larrybob'''  of San Francisco, California, U.S.A., is the editor of [[Holy Titclamps]].
'''Larrybob'''  of San Francisco, California, U.S.A., is the editor of [[Holy Titclamps]].
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Larrybob began publishing Holy Titclamps while living in Minneapolis, MN, U.S.A. After a few issues had been published, he moved to California, where he continued to publish the sine for a number of years. A number of notable zinesters contributed to his zine, including [[Donny Smith]]. During this time, his review section grew so large he eventually been publishing it as a [[newsletter]] companion to the zine, and then finally on its own, under the title [[Queer Zine Explosion]], which contained reviews of hundreds of queer zines, recordings and books and served as a major connecting point for the Queercore movement.
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In [[DIY: The Rise Of Lo-Fi Culture]], Larrybob talked to writer [[Amy Spencer]] about starting his zine; "I was in Minneapolis and in 1988 I found out about zines like [[Homocore]] and [[J.D.s]]. I'd been into punk rock, and I was out as gay, but didn't know many other people who shared both those interests. Those zines showed it could be done, but nobody else in my town was doing it." After a few issues had been published, he moved to California, where he continued to publish Holy Titclamps for a number of years. Among the notable zinesters who contributed to his zine were [[C. Bard Cole]], [[Diane DiMassa]]. [[Robert Kirby]] and [[Donny Smith]]. Holy Titclamps was featured in the [[Factsheet Five Zine Reader]].
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Larrybob has contributed to zines such as [[Chainsaw]]. As well, he appeared in the film ''Queercore'' by [[Scott Treleaven]], explaining the importance of zines to the Queercore scene.
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During this time, his review section grew so large he eventually been publishing it as a [[newsletter]] companion to the zine, and then finally on its own, under the title [[Queer Zine Explosion]], which contained reviews of hundreds of queer zines, recordings and books and served as a major connecting point for the Queercore movement.
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Larrybob has contributed to zines such as [[Chainsaw]]. As well, he appeared in the film ''Queercore'' by [[Scott Treleaven]], in which he explaining the importance of zines to the Queercore scene. He is also a musician and has performed with [[Vaginal Davis]]. At present he performs with the band The Winsome Griffles.
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==Zines==
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*[[Holy Titclamps]]
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*[[Queer Zine Explosion]]
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==Contributions==
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*[[Brave New Tick]]
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*[[Chainsaw]]
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*[[Faggo]]
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*[[Swallow Your Pride]]
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*[[.zap!!]]
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*[[QZAP]] Meta
[[Category:Zinester]] [[Category:California Zinesters]]
[[Category:Zinester]] [[Category:California Zinesters]]

Revision as of 00:15, 14 July 2010

Larrybob of San Francisco, California, U.S.A., is the editor of Holy Titclamps.

In DIY: The Rise Of Lo-Fi Culture, Larrybob talked to writer Amy Spencer about starting his zine; "I was in Minneapolis and in 1988 I found out about zines like Homocore and J.D.s. I'd been into punk rock, and I was out as gay, but didn't know many other people who shared both those interests. Those zines showed it could be done, but nobody else in my town was doing it." After a few issues had been published, he moved to California, where he continued to publish Holy Titclamps for a number of years. Among the notable zinesters who contributed to his zine were C. Bard Cole, Diane DiMassa. Robert Kirby and Donny Smith. Holy Titclamps was featured in the Factsheet Five Zine Reader.

During this time, his review section grew so large he eventually been publishing it as a newsletter companion to the zine, and then finally on its own, under the title Queer Zine Explosion, which contained reviews of hundreds of queer zines, recordings and books and served as a major connecting point for the Queercore movement.

Larrybob has contributed to zines such as Chainsaw. As well, he appeared in the film Queercore by Scott Treleaven, in which he explaining the importance of zines to the Queercore scene. He is also a musician and has performed with Vaginal Davis. At present he performs with the band The Winsome Griffles.

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