Rick Howe

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Rick Howe was a small press [[minicomic]] creator and [[zinester]], best known for his 1990s [[zine]] [[Topical Studies]], [[folk music]] singer/songwriter and [[poet]]. According to the''Rick Howe Memorial'' page [http://www.wrongplacesaloon.com/memRickHowe.htm] Howe passed away in 2007.
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Rick Howe was a small press [[minicomic]] creator and [[zinester]], best known for his 1990s zine [[Topical Studies]], as well as being a folk music singer/songwriter and poet. According to the''Rick Howe Memorial'' page, Howe passed away in 2007.
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<blockquote>On October 20, 2007 the Wrong Place community lost our friend, Rick Howe. We have added a new Memorial Page for him. -Wrong Place website</blockquote>
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<blockquote>On October 20, 2007 the Wrong Place community lost our friend, Rick Howe. We have added a new Memorial Page for him. - Wrong Place website</blockquote>
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Originally from [[Beaufort, South Carolina]], Howe relocated to [[Columbus, Georgia]] in 1989, where he was an early member of the [[Shadowville]] scene, creating and collaborating on dozens of minicomics and poetry [[chapbook]]s, as well as being a founding member, with [[George Sulzbach]] and [[Will Dockery]], of the [[Shadowville All-Stars]], then known as the [[Search Group]].  
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Originally from Beaufort, South Carolina, Howe relocated to Columbus, Georgia in 1989, where he was an early member of the Shadowville scene, creating and collaborating on dozens of minicomics and poetry [[chapbook]]s, as well as being a founding member, with [[George Sulzbach]] and [[Will Dockery]], of the [[Shadowville All-Stars]], then known as the [[Search Group]].  
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Howe relocated to [[Springdale, Arkansas]] in 1996, where he remained for the rest of his life, putting out new issues of Topical Studies and minicomics work from time-to-time, writing and singing his songs.
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Howe relocated to Springdale, Arkansas in 1996, where he remained for the rest of his life, putting out new issues of ''Topical Studies'' and minicomics work from time-to-time, writing and singing his songs.
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[[Image:Topical_Studies.jpg|right|thumb|250px|Topical Studies, a Rick Howe publication. Cover illustration of [[Macon Road]] in [[Columbus, Georgia]] by Rick Howe.]]
[[Image:Topical_Studies.jpg|right|thumb|250px|Topical Studies, a Rick Howe publication. Cover illustration of [[Macon Road]] in [[Columbus, Georgia]] by Rick Howe.]]
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==Publications==
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*[[Geon, Protector of the Environment]], 1990s, with [[User:Will Dockery|Will Dockery]].
*[[Geon, Protector of the Environment]], 1990s, with [[User:Will Dockery|Will Dockery]].
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*[[Symbolman]] 1987.
*[[Symbolman]] 1987.
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*[[Topical Studies]] 1990s-present.
*[[Topical Studies]] 1990s-present.
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*[[Daily Tweet]], 1987.
*[[Daily Tweet]], 1987.
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*[[Crosscurrents]], the [[Small Press League]] memberzine, 1990-1992.
*[[Crosscurrents]], the [[Small Press League]] memberzine, 1990-1992.

Revision as of 06:57, 21 December 2011

Rick Howe was a small press minicomic creator and zinester, best known for his 1990s zine Topical Studies, as well as being a folk music singer/songwriter and poet. According to theRick Howe Memorial page, Howe passed away in 2007.

On October 20, 2007 the Wrong Place community lost our friend, Rick Howe. We have added a new Memorial Page for him. - Wrong Place website

Originally from Beaufort, South Carolina, Howe relocated to Columbus, Georgia in 1989, where he was an early member of the Shadowville scene, creating and collaborating on dozens of minicomics and poetry chapbooks, as well as being a founding member, with George Sulzbach and Will Dockery, of the Shadowville All-Stars, then known as the Search Group.

Howe relocated to Springdale, Arkansas in 1996, where he remained for the rest of his life, putting out new issues of Topical Studies and minicomics work from time-to-time, writing and singing his songs.

See also

Image:Topical Studies.jpg
Topical Studies, a Rick Howe publication. Cover illustration of Macon Road in Columbus, Georgia by Rick Howe.

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