Reading Frenzy

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Reading Frenzy is a store in Portland, Oregon, that sells publications from independant presses. The store is notable for selling zines, including small-run, photocopied personal zines. The store sells independtantly published comics, magazines, books, and other work much as a traditional bookstore would, while at the same time selling self-published zines on a consignment basis. The store is owned and operated by [[Chloe Eudaly]] (as of fall 2006) and is associated with [[Show & Tell Press]] along with the publishing of such notable zines as [[Craphound]] and [[Dishwasher]].
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Reading Frenzy is a store in Portland, Oregon, that sells publications from independant presses. The store is notable for selling zines, including small-run, photocopied personal zines. The store sells independtantly published comics, magazines, books, and other work much as a traditional bookstore would, while at the same time selling self-published zines on a consignment basis. The store is owned and operated by [[Chloe Eudaly]] (as of fall 2006) and is associated with [[Show & Tell Press]] along with the publishing of such notable zines as [[Craphound]] and [[Dishwasher]]. Reading Frenzy also sells such zine commpendiums as Jen Angel's [[Zine Yearbook]].

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Reading Frenzy is a store in Portland, Oregon, that sells publications from independant presses. The store is notable for selling zines, including small-run, photocopied personal zines. The store sells independtantly published comics, magazines, books, and other work much as a traditional bookstore would, while at the same time selling self-published zines on a consignment basis. The store is owned and operated by Chloe Eudaly (as of fall 2006) and is associated with Show & Tell Press along with the publishing of such notable zines as Craphound and Dishwasher. Reading Frenzy also sells such zine commpendiums as Jen Angel's Zine Yearbook.

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