R.John Xerxes Piche

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'''R.John Xerxes Piche'''' began publishing zines in the winter of 1988. He is the co-founder of [http://www.lovebunnipress.com/ LOVE BUNNI PRESS] which maintains that photocopied paper is an important and vital American artform. In 2004, Love Bunni Press branched out into publishing paperback books, the first title ''[http://www.lovebunnipress.com/symptoms/symptoms.html/ Blister Packs]'' has met with a smattering of praise.  
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'''R.John Xerxes Piche'''' began publishing zines in the winter of 1988. He is the co-founder of [http://www.lovebunnipress.com/ LOVE BUNNI PRESS] which maintains that photocopied paper is an important and vital American artform. In 2004, Love Bunni Press branched out into publishing paperback books, the first title ''[http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0977034704/sr=1-1/qid=1145505987/ref=pd_bbs_1/102-1897083-1998529?%5Fencoding=UTF8&s=books/ Blister Packs]'' has met with a smattering of praise.  
A fierce proponent of the barter/trade ethos of underground publishing, Love Bunni Press continues to give away all the zines it publishes for free, postage or trades welcome.
A fierce proponent of the barter/trade ethos of underground publishing, Love Bunni Press continues to give away all the zines it publishes for free, postage or trades welcome.

Revision as of 03:21, 3 October 2006

R.John Xerxes Piche' began publishing zines in the winter of 1988. He is the co-founder of LOVE BUNNI PRESS which maintains that photocopied paper is an important and vital American artform. In 2004, Love Bunni Press branched out into publishing paperback books, the first title Blister Packs has met with a smattering of praise.

A fierce proponent of the barter/trade ethos of underground publishing, Love Bunni Press continues to give away all the zines it publishes for free, postage or trades welcome.

R.JXP was interviewed for the first Punk Planet: Revenge of Print issue and DerekErdman.com

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