Noise Queen

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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.  
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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After Noise Queen, the editor moved on to PONYBOYS, his 'zine to 2008 (at which point he has done two digest-sized issues of A BEAR SHOULD KNOW BETTER...AND I DO in 2008), as well as a couple of one-off travel zines (T FOR TEXAS AND T FOR TIMMYBEAR and HOLIDAY IN THE SUN, about Texas and the Dominican Republic respectively) and three poetry collections in 'zine format, two digest and one full-sized...as well as pursuing his career as a rock star and collecting groupies (well, one groupie).
 
==External link==
==External link==
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*[http://www.geocities.com/WestHollywood/Castro/7507/ Noise Queen website]--[[User:Timmybear|Timmybear]] 23:49, 27 February 2009 (UTC)
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*[http://www.geocities.com/WestHollywood/Castro/7507/ Noise Queen website]
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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.

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