Mike Taylor

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'''Mike Taylor''' is a [[zinester]] who is a resident of north and south states.
'''Mike Taylor''' is a [[zinester]] who is a resident of north and south states.
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He is prehaps best known for drawing and writing his self publication [[Scenery]]. Scenery, and the art of Mike Taylor was featured in the San Francisco art show ''[[The Copyist Conspiracy: An Exhibition of Zine Art]]'' held in November of 2005.
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Mike is perhaps best known for drawing and writing his self publication [[Scenery]]. Scenery first began publishing in 1995 and nineteen issues have been released to date.  The zine was featured in Issue Three of the [[Zine Yearbook]] of 1998. Scenery, and the art of Mike Taylor was featured in the San Francisco art show ''[[The Copyist Conspiracy: An Exhibition of Zine Art]]'' held in November of 2005.
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.As well, he has been a columnist for [[Maximum Rock N Roll]] and contributed to zines such as [[The Dragomen]], [[The beard hence forth belongs to the hen]], and [[Torsos big and small]].
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As well, he has been a columnist for [[Maximum Rock N Roll]] and contributed to zines such as [[The Dragomen]], [[The beard hence forth belongs to the hen]], and [[Torsos big and small]].
==Zines==
==Zines==

Revision as of 09:25, 17 October 2007

Mike Taylor is a zinester who is a resident of north and south states.

Mike is perhaps best known for drawing and writing his self publication Scenery. Scenery first began publishing in 1995 and nineteen issues have been released to date. The zine was featured in Issue Three of the Zine Yearbook of 1998. Scenery, and the art of Mike Taylor was featured in the San Francisco art show The Copyist Conspiracy: An Exhibition of Zine Art held in November of 2005.

As well, he has been a columnist for Maximum Rock N Roll and contributed to zines such as The Dragomen, The beard hence forth belongs to the hen, and Torsos big and small.

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