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'''marching stars distro'''
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'''marching stars''' is a [[distro]] run by Lizzy Goddard and based in Nottingham/Reading, UK. It opened on the 7th of July, 2007 (07.07.07)
  
Based in Berkshire, UK. Opening 07.07.07
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'''marching stars''' sells lots of lovely zines: [[perzine]]s, feminist, queer, mental health, body image, craft, [[DIY]], fiction, [[Travel zine|travel]], racial identity, [[Riot Grrrl]], veggie/[[Veganism|vegan]] cooking and other zine genres... as well as a few pin badges.
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'''marching stars''' has tabled at a number of international zine events including [[Canzine East|Canzine East 2007]], [[Portland Zine Symposium|Portland Zine Symposium 2008]], [[Zinefest Mülheim|Zinefest Mülheim 2008]],[[London Zine Symposium|London Zine Symposium 2008]] and [[Brighton Zinefest|Brighton Zinefest 2009]]
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== External Link ==
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* [http://www.marchingstars.co.uk marching stars distro]
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[[Category:Distro]] [[Category:Active Distros]]

Latest revision as of 12:19, 2 May 2010

marching stars is a distro run by Lizzy Goddard and based in Nottingham/Reading, UK. It opened on the 7th of July, 2007 (07.07.07)

marching stars sells lots of lovely zines: perzines, feminist, queer, mental health, body image, craft, DIY, fiction, travel, racial identity, Riot Grrrl, veggie/vegan cooking and other zine genres... as well as a few pin badges.

marching stars has tabled at a number of international zine events including Canzine East 2007, Portland Zine Symposium 2008, Zinefest Mülheim 2008,London Zine Symposium 2008 and Brighton Zinefest 2009

External Link