Pavement of Surface

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'''Pavement of Surface''' is a [[zine]] by [[Deke Nihilson]].  
'''Pavement of Surface''' is a [[zine]] by [[Deke Nihilson]].  
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Published in the late 1980's till 1990, five issues of Pavement of Surface were released. The zine included material of both an [[Anarchist|anarchist]] and spiritual nature, often in combination, as well as announcements from various organizations such as the South and Central American Indian Information Center, Greenpeace, Refuse and Resist, the Counterattack Conference, and the I.W.W., among others.
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Published in the late 1980's till 1990, five issues of Pavement of Surface were released. The zine included material of both an [[Anarchism|anarchist]] and spiritual nature, often in combination, as well as announcements from various organizations such as the South and Central American Indian Information Center, Greenpeace, Refuse and Resist, the Counterattack Conference, and the I.W.W., among others.
Pavement of Surface includes much original material as well, including writing and detournment of advertising by the editor, an interview with Doc Corbin Dart of the band The Crucifucks, a story by Ray Reich, a photo of Miss Christine of The Cockettes, a comic by L. Beausoleil, and contributions by Malok, C. Nash, Luke Breckon, and Mike Richard. The zine also reproduces difficult-to-discover material from Temple Ov Psychick Youth, [[Smile]] Magazine, and Aleister Crowley and ''The Emperor Wears No Clothes'' by Jack Herer.  
Pavement of Surface includes much original material as well, including writing and detournment of advertising by the editor, an interview with Doc Corbin Dart of the band The Crucifucks, a story by Ray Reich, a photo of Miss Christine of The Cockettes, a comic by L. Beausoleil, and contributions by Malok, C. Nash, Luke Breckon, and Mike Richard. The zine also reproduces difficult-to-discover material from Temple Ov Psychick Youth, [[Smile]] Magazine, and Aleister Crowley and ''The Emperor Wears No Clothes'' by Jack Herer.  
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Revision as of 17:41, 14 March 2009

Pavement of Surface is a zine by Deke Nihilson.

Published in the late 1980's till 1990, five issues of Pavement of Surface were released. The zine included material of both an anarchist and spiritual nature, often in combination, as well as announcements from various organizations such as the South and Central American Indian Information Center, Greenpeace, Refuse and Resist, the Counterattack Conference, and the I.W.W., among others.

Pavement of Surface includes much original material as well, including writing and detournment of advertising by the editor, an interview with Doc Corbin Dart of the band The Crucifucks, a story by Ray Reich, a photo of Miss Christine of The Cockettes, a comic by L. Beausoleil, and contributions by Malok, C. Nash, Luke Breckon, and Mike Richard. The zine also reproduces difficult-to-discover material from Temple Ov Psychick Youth, Smile Magazine, and Aleister Crowley and The Emperor Wears No Clothes by Jack Herer.

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