M Lloyd

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Her writing appears most frequently in [[The Drink Tank]], though she once edited [[Stacked Decks]], an early webzine called [[That Rounded V]] and has written for [[Claims Department]] and [[The Follow-Ons]].
Her writing appears most frequently in [[The Drink Tank]], though she once edited [[Stacked Decks]], an early webzine called [[That Rounded V]] and has written for [[Claims Department]] and [[The Follow-Ons]].
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===Zines===
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*[[Stacked Decks]]
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*[[That Rounded Vee]]
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===Contributions==
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*[[Claims Department]]
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*[[The Drink Tank]]
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*[[The Follow-Ons]]
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[[Category:Zinester|Lloyd]] [[Category:California Zinesters|Lloyd, M]]
[[Category:Zinester|Lloyd]] [[Category:California Zinesters|Lloyd, M]]

Revision as of 23:36, 19 November 2011

M Lloyd (Born Melora Heil, 1970- ) is a writer originally from Upstate New York. She relocated to the suburbs of Chicago in the early 1980s and spent several years bouncing between Australia, Russia, Boston, Chicago and now lives in Santa Barbara, California and Helsinki, FInland.

M's articles often explore her long-term bi-sexuality, her relationships with both men and women, her medical troubles and her personal possession of, and attraction to, large breasts. She rarely writes about her trust funds, received from both sides of her family. The house she and Jay Crasdan shared near Santa Barbara burned in the 2007 Southern California fires, though they were in Helsinki at the time.

She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, though the cancer is believed to be in remission. She is legally married to Jay Crasdan and the two of them are in a stable relationship with SaBean MoreL. She has two young children.

Her writing appears most frequently in The Drink Tank, though she once edited Stacked Decks, an early webzine called That Rounded V and has written for Claims Department and The Follow-Ons.

Zines

=Contributions

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