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'''Mike Sawyer''' is a St. Paul zinester and musician.
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'''Mike Sawyer''' is a St. Paul, Minnesota based [[zinester]] and musician.
  
 
From 1990-1992, Sawyer was part of the editorial collective behind the anti-war newspaper [[Free Association]]. Sawyer also contributed to the poetry zine [[Urge To Spit]]. At a young age, Sawyer began volunteering at [[Northern Sun News]], a regional political newspaper that grew out of the anti-nuclear movement, becoming the NSN office manager while still in high school.  
 
From 1990-1992, Sawyer was part of the editorial collective behind the anti-war newspaper [[Free Association]]. Sawyer also contributed to the poetry zine [[Urge To Spit]]. At a young age, Sawyer began volunteering at [[Northern Sun News]], a regional political newspaper that grew out of the anti-nuclear movement, becoming the NSN office manager while still in high school.  

Revision as of 12:26, 30 July 2007

Mike Sawyer is a St. Paul, Minnesota based zinester and musician.

From 1990-1992, Sawyer was part of the editorial collective behind the anti-war newspaper Free Association. Sawyer also contributed to the poetry zine Urge To Spit. At a young age, Sawyer began volunteering at Northern Sun News, a regional political newspaper that grew out of the anti-nuclear movement, becoming the NSN office manager while still in high school.

In the late-1990's, Sawyer published the bi-weekly poetry zine Bomb Threat Checklist, in which the editors challenged themselves to put out a new issue every other week.

In the year 2000, Sawyer released a benefit CD called: "Trees and Water: Songs of the Resistance to the Reroute of Highway 55."

He has served on the Board of Directors of Mississippi Market, a natural foods co-op.

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