Noise Queen

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It ran for twenty-five issues of varying length, with #1 being six half sheets of shocking pink laser printer paper, done in one day of delirium on 3/29/96.   
It ran for twenty-five issues of varying length, with #1 being six half sheets of shocking pink laser printer paper, done in one day of delirium on 3/29/96.   
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When it felt done, the editor moved on to [[PONYBOYS]] his 'zine to date, as well as a couple of [[One Shot|one-off]] [[travel zine]]s and two poetry collections in 'zine format, one digest and one full-sized.
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When it felt done, the editor moved on to [[PONYBOYS]] his 'zine to date, as well as a couple of [[One shot|one-off]] [[travel zine]]s and two poetry collections in 'zine format, one digest and one full-sized.
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Ontario Zines]][[Category:1990's publications]] [[Category:2000's publications]]
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Ontario Zines]][[Category:1990's publications]] [[Category:2000's publications]]

Revision as of 06:50, 26 August 2007

Noise Queen was a zine done between 1996 and 2001 out of Kingston, Ontario, Canada, primarily by a gentleman named Tim Murphy.

It ran for twenty-five issues of varying length, with #1 being six half sheets of shocking pink laser printer paper, done in one day of delirium on 3/29/96.

When it felt done, the editor moved on to PONYBOYS his 'zine to date, as well as a couple of one-off travel zines and two poetry collections in 'zine format, one digest and one full-sized.

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