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'''Shawn Granton''' edits the zine [[Ten Foot Rule]] and also contributes to [[The Zinester's Guide to Portland]]. In 2006 he published [[Temporary Relocation Project]] a travel zine about his cross-country journey via rail and bike. Originally from New Haven, CT, he now contributes to the zine and bicycle communites of Portland, OR. In the past, he has helped organize the annual [[Portland Zine Symposium]] and now hosts local history bike tours he calls The Urban Adventure League. [[Category:Zinester|Granton]]
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'''Shawn Granton''' edits the zine [[Ten Foot Rule]] and also writes and edits [[The Zinester's Guide to Portland]].
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''Ten Foot Rule'' travelled across North America as part of the [[Mobilivre-Bookmobile]] project. In 2006 Granton published [[Temporary Relocation Project]] a travel zine about his cross-country journey via rail and bike. Originally from Ansonia, CT, he now contributes to the zine and bicycle communites of Portland, OR. In the past, he has helped organize the annual [[Portland Zine Symposium]] and now hosts local history bike tours he calls The Urban Adventure League.
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==Zines==
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* [[Ten Foot Rule]]
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* [[Temporary Relocation Project]]
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==Contributions==
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* [[12 Items or Less]]
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* [[Coffeeshop Crushes]]
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* [[Make Something]]
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* [[Not My Small Diary]]
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* [[On Subbing]]
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* [[The Zinester's Guide to Portland]]
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[[Category:Zinester|Granton]]

Latest revision as of 02:25, 10 April 2009

Shawn Granton edits the zine Ten Foot Rule and also writes and edits The Zinester's Guide to Portland.

Ten Foot Rule travelled across North America as part of the Mobilivre-Bookmobile project. In 2006 Granton published Temporary Relocation Project a travel zine about his cross-country journey via rail and bike. Originally from Ansonia, CT, he now contributes to the zine and bicycle communites of Portland, OR. In the past, he has helped organize the annual Portland Zine Symposium and now hosts local history bike tours he calls The Urban Adventure League.

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