Noise Queen

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'''Noise Queen''' was a [[zine]] done between 1996 and 2001 out of Kingston, Ontario, Canada, primarily by a gentleman named Tim Murphy.
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'''Noise Queen''' was a [[zine]] done between 1996 and 2001 out of Kingston, Ontario, Canada, by [[Tim Murphy]].
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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. The zine contained editorials, fiction, articles, and reviews of zines, recordings and books, frequently [[punk]] or indie oriented.
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It ran for twenty-five issues, of varying length, with #1 being six half sheets of pink laser printer paper, done in one day of delirium on 3/29/96. The zine contained editorials, fiction, articles, and reviews of zines, recordings and books, frequently [[punk]] or indie oriented.
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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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After Noise Queen, 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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Revision as of 21:08, 26 February 2009

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

It ran for twenty-five issues, of varying length, with #1 being six half sheets of pink laser printer paper, done in one day of delirium on 3/29/96. The zine contained editorials, fiction, articles, and reviews of zines, recordings and books, frequently punk or indie oriented.

After Noise Queen, 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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