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'''PMt''' is a [[hardcore]] [[punk]] [[zine]] from New Zealand.  
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'''PMt''' was a [[hardcore]] [[punk]] [[zine]] from New Zealand.  
'''PMt''' was published in North Dunedin, New Zealand by John. Although it was primarily a punk zine, articles ranged from topics such as an overview of interesting [[comic]]s, criticism of genetically engineered plants and animals, nuclear testing, raising [[Anarchism|anarchist]] children, and home schooling. Also included are reviews of recent punk records, zine addresses, a list of New Zealand bands, and comics by contributors. The main feature of the zine are indepth interviews with an international roster of  bands such as Oi Polloi from Scotland, Upright Citizens from West Germany, Acid Reign from New Zealand and Anti Scrunti Faction from the U.S.A.
'''PMt''' was published in North Dunedin, New Zealand by John. Although it was primarily a punk zine, articles ranged from topics such as an overview of interesting [[comic]]s, criticism of genetically engineered plants and animals, nuclear testing, raising [[Anarchism|anarchist]] children, and home schooling. Also included are reviews of recent punk records, zine addresses, a list of New Zealand bands, and comics by contributors. The main feature of the zine are indepth interviews with an international roster of  bands such as Oi Polloi from Scotland, Upright Citizens from West Germany, Acid Reign from New Zealand and Anti Scrunti Faction from the U.S.A.
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'''PMt''' declared itself anti-copyright by reproducing a copyright symbol prominently on its cover with a slash through it. Several issues of this  [[Cut and Paste|cut and paste]], photocopied,  [[Anarchism|anarchist]] zine appeared in the late 1980's.
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'''PMt''' declared itself anti-copyright by reproducing a copyright symbol prominently on its cover with a slash through it. Several issues of this  [[Cut and Paste|cut and paste]], photocopied,  [[Anarchism|anarchist]] zine appeared in the late 1980's/early 1990's.
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Editor John was a member of the band Gorse, who appeared on the ''J.D.s Top Ten Tape'', put out by [[J.D.s]] zine in 1990.
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PMt Issue 3
PMt Issue 3

PMt was a hardcore punk zine from New Zealand.

PMt was published in North Dunedin, New Zealand by John. Although it was primarily a punk zine, articles ranged from topics such as an overview of interesting comics, criticism of genetically engineered plants and animals, nuclear testing, raising anarchist children, and home schooling. Also included are reviews of recent punk records, zine addresses, a list of New Zealand bands, and comics by contributors. The main feature of the zine are indepth interviews with an international roster of bands such as Oi Polloi from Scotland, Upright Citizens from West Germany, Acid Reign from New Zealand and Anti Scrunti Faction from the U.S.A.

PMt declared itself anti-copyright by reproducing a copyright symbol prominently on its cover with a slash through it. Several issues of this cut and paste, photocopied, anarchist zine appeared in the late 1980's/early 1990's.

Editor John was a member of the band Gorse, who appeared on the J.D.s Top Ten Tape, put out by J.D.s zine in 1990.

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