Nicole Georges

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(Nicole J. Georges is the author of the autobiographical comic zine Invincible Summer.)
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Nicole J. Georges is the author of the zine Invincible Summer, an autobiographical mixture of comics, writing and illustrations.  
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'''Nicole J. Georges''' is a [[zinester]], artist and musician who lives in [[Portland Oregon]] and works at the [[Independent Publishing Resource Center]].
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She lives in Portland Oregon and works at the Independent Publishing Resource Center.
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She is the author of the zine [[Invincible Summer]], an autobiographical mixture of [[comics]], writing and illustrations. During the past nine years, Nicole  has annually teamed up with [[Clutch McBastard]] and his zine [[Clutch]] for an split issue of their zines that features the work of both cartoonists.
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Nicole is a founder of the Portland Zine Symposium, and an organizer of the Midwest Underground Media Symposium.  
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Nicole is a founder of the [[Portland Zine Symposium]], and an organizer of the [[Midwest Underground Media Symposium]].  
Originating in Kansas City, Georges moved to Portland, OR in 2000 and started Invincible Summer with caffeine and free time as motivators.
Originating in Kansas City, Georges moved to Portland, OR in 2000 and started Invincible Summer with caffeine and free time as motivators.
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Georges has been voted Miss Specs Appeal by the zine Hey! Four Eyes in 2006.
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She has played with the bands Fact or Fiction, The Sour Grapes, The Bitter Dykes, and The Death Eaters.
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Publications:
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==Bibliography==
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===Zines===
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* [[HiTMaN Zine]] 1995-1998
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* [[Kitten Breath]] 1998/99
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* [[Invincible Summer]] 2000-present
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* [[Coffeeshop Crushes]] (ed) 2002
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HiTMaN Zine- 1995-1998
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===Contributions to other zines===
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Kitten Breath- 1998/99
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* [[Bento]]
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Invincible Summer- 2000-present
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* [[The Dragomen]]
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Invincible Summer Anthology- 2004
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* [[IPRC Audio Zine]]
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CoffeeShop Crushes (ed) -2002
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* [[Journal Song]]
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* [[Kitchen Sink]]
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* [[Make Something]]
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* [[No Better Voice]]
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* [[Not My Small Diary]]
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* [[On Subbing: The First Four Years]]
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* [[Yeti]]
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* [[Zine Yearbook]]
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Contributor:
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===Books===
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* ''Invincible Summer'' Anthology 2004 (author)
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* ''DIY in PDX''
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* ''Boys Will Be Girls Will Be''
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* ''Food and Booze''
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* ''Baby Remember My Name''
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The Dragomen
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===On Film===
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Journal Song
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* ''[[$100 & A T-Shirt]]''
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On Subbing: The First Four Years
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* ''[[ Bad Coffee]]''
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Yeti
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* ''[[ Portland Comics]]''
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Kitchen Sink
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No Better Voice
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===Discography===
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IPRC Audiozine
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* ''No More Drama'' by the Sour Grapes
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Make Something!
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* demo by ?Fact or Fiction
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DIY in PDX
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* live recording by The Bitter Dykes
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Boys Will Be Girls Will Be
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* live recording  by The Death Eaters
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==External Links==
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* [http://www.nicolejgeorges.com Official Site]
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[[Category:Zinester|Georges]] [[Category:Portland Zinesters|Georges]] [[Category:Artist|Georges]][[Category:Previously Featured Articles|Georges]]

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Nicole Georges
Nicole Georges

Nicole J. Georges is a zinester, artist and musician who lives in Portland Oregon and works at the Independent Publishing Resource Center.

She is the author of the zine Invincible Summer, an autobiographical mixture of comics, writing and illustrations. During the past nine years, Nicole has annually teamed up with Clutch McBastard and his zine Clutch for an split issue of their zines that features the work of both cartoonists.

Nicole is a founder of the Portland Zine Symposium, and an organizer of the Midwest Underground Media Symposium.

Originating in Kansas City, Georges moved to Portland, OR in 2000 and started Invincible Summer with caffeine and free time as motivators.

She has played with the bands Fact or Fiction, The Sour Grapes, The Bitter Dykes, and The Death Eaters.

Contents

Bibliography

Zines

Contributions to other zines

Books

  • Invincible Summer Anthology 2004 (author)
  • DIY in PDX
  • Boys Will Be Girls Will Be
  • Food and Booze
  • Baby Remember My Name

On Film

Discography

  • No More Drama by the Sour Grapes
  • demo by ?Fact or Fiction
  • live recording by The Bitter Dykes
  • live recording by The Death Eaters

External Links

Personal tools